A&P Domke F-4AF review

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  1. Mutombo

    Mutombo New Member

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    I bought a new compact shoulder bag last week for walk around use, the Domke F-4AF in the "sand" color. So far I love it. Very easy to get gear in and out of the bag. I like the way it looks, I think it'll definitely be replacing my 6MDH as my compact shoulder bag.

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    The bag includes two removable inserts, the one on the left has the 14-24, sb-800, and aa battery case for the mb-d10 grip. The compartment on the right is divided into two and has an sb-24. I can fit the 105VR in there too but it's snug. There is also a big pouch in front (I have filters in it) and a zip pouch on the inside of the top flap.

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    The bag has two large side pockets, I put my cybersyncs and eneloops in one side, and my rocket blower and hoods in the other side pocket.

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    View with the D700 and 24-70 inserted face down into the other compartment on the right.

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    Small open pocket in the back:

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    The strap is really nice too. Wide and comfortable, with rubber sewn into the bottom side to grip your shoulder.

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    I also have a Domke camera strap for my D700 (much nicer than the awful D700 strap). I like the bag so much I just bought a bigger version (the F-1x) for when I need to travel with more gear.
     
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    I have the smaller version of this bag. It's awesome. My only complaint is that lenses that are 77mm in diameter can't be stored with hood on. :hs:
     
  3. Mutombo

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    Domke sells different sized inserts that would probably allow this, but they are pretty expensive :hs:
     

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