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Domke F-1X Little bit bigger bag Sacoche pour appareil photo Noir
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- Description du produit: Domke F-1X - 700-10B
- Type de produit: Sacoche
- Compatible: Pour appareil photo
- Dimensions (L x P x H): 40 x 17 x 22 cm
- Poids: 2,1 kg
- Couleur: Noir
- Garantie du fabricant: 1 an
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Description du produit: Domke F-1X - 700-10B Type de produit: Sacoche Compatible: Pour appareil photo Dimensions (L x P x H): 40 x 17 x 22 cm Poids: 2,1 kg Couleur: Noir Garantie du fabricant: 1 an
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The first negative thing that I noticed were the clips that hold the cover down. These appear to be the same small little metal clips that adorned military bags and gear in the 40s and 50s. And there is a reason they don't use them any more. They are not very ergonomic and if you are in a hurry, a really awkward flesh-pinching irritant. The second negative thing that hit me was the stiffener sewn into the canvas webbing handle. I'm not sure what that object is, but on mine, it seems like it would only be a matter of time before it poked thru the canvas webbing. The third big turn-off was the lack of any weather protection. Sure, the body is canvas and it will be durable, but I spend a lot of time outside and in the field. Which means I get rained on and blasted by dust storms and I'd prefer to have something that will protect my equipment.
In spite of these complaints, I actually liked the bag. Enough so that I started to planning on replacing the cheezy hardware, reinforce the handle and have a weather cover made. Then I had a moment of clarity and realized that I just paid $200 for a bag that I had to do some serious upgrading work to. It's a nice bag, but it's as if they just didn't finish it. So I figured at that premium price, it just wasn't worth it and I returned it.
The F-1x, as it's extended name implies, is a "Little Bit Bigger Bag." I specifically compare the F-1x to the Domke 700-02A F-2 Bag (Brown Waxwear Finish)and it is in fact a "Little Bit Bigger." However, in my opinion, it still maintains the nearly same sleek design as the F-2. It does not feel or look bulky, but it sure carries more gear. The construction of the bag is near military specs in my opinion. Heavy duty stitching, quality workmanship, heavy canvas, strong hardware, etc... This bag, as many people report of other Domke bags, will last many years under the roughest conditions. The strap, in my opinion, does not need any padding because it is wide enough. Some might still prefer to use a Domke 725-310 FA-031 U.S. Post Office Shoulder Pad, which I actually own but rarely use. The underside of the strap provides some type of rubber grip that will keep it from sliding and it does a good job.
The genius of Domke bags is the streamline approach (simplicity) and limited padding. This helps the bag avoid becoming cumbersome like the Lowepro Stealth Reporter D400 AW Camera Bag. However, it is a tradeoff in gear protection and bag structure. Since the bag is canvas and with limited internal padding, when empty, the bag loses it's structure. But really, who cares? And while Domke does provide the Domke 720-240 FA-240 4 Compartment Insert (Green), it's flexibility, size, and protection leave a lot to be desired. In fact, I replaced it with the Ciesta Flexible Camera Insert Partition for DSLR SLR Lens (Brown / Large), which I found better suited for my partcular needs. The Ciesta insert also provides better weather and dust protection since the F-1x does not come with a raincover.
The bag provides a very large main compartment, two front pockets (flapped), two side pockets (flapped), and a magazine pocket backside. The external pockets allow you to load them with a large amount or gear.
What's in my bag today:
-Nikon D300s w/ grip
-Nikon D7000 w/o grip
-4 Nikon prime lenses
-2 Nikon SB-900's
-2 Pocket Wizards (in a Nikon case)
-Moleskine and pen
-Small Giottos Rocket blower
-Lowepro Memory Card Wallet
-8 AA batteries (in 2x Storacell by PowerPax SlimLine 4 AA Battery Caddy Yellow - Holds 4 "AA" Batteries)
Besides being able to hold a ton of gear, the bag actually feels good to carry AND it does not scream "camera bag!" on first or even second glance. It is subtle and professional. The selection of a camera bag is a highly personal and studied task by most photographers. In my case, moving to the Domke F-1x and F-2 is more evolutionary than revolutionary. I eventually found my Lowepro bags were incredibly bulky and overly padded for carrying downtown, though they protect the equipment perhaps like no other. Now, I simply use the F-2 for street shooting and quick moving scenarios, the F-1x when I have to bring more gear for a generally static or slow moving situation, the F-1x or F-2 and the Domke Rolling Propack 220 Camera Bag - Black when I have to bring all my gear to a static location shoot. My lighting gear (stands, umbrellas, grip, etc.) is all carried in a duffle type roller and only brought to static locations.
As a side note, a cheaper alternative to this bag for some may be the Opteka Excursion Series C900 Full-Size Weatherproof Canvas Bag for Photo and Video Cameras, which is similar in design and possibly even bigger (I do not own it). And, for those concerned with the open (to the elements) aspect of the F-1x main compartment, the Opteka addresses this concern with an internal flap, under the main flap, that zips shut.
This larger bag isn't something I'd want to carry every day but it perfect for travel when you are carrying more gear on the airplane than you're going to need on a daily basis but still need to take it along. Maybe that means an extra flash head. An extra lens or two. An additional body. You're going to leave some of that in the car or the hotel because you're not going to need it all at once. But you need it along for the trip because of the variety of subject matter you're shooting.
The back zippered pocket will easily fit a classic iPad, book and folded-up newspaper. Maybe even a small laptop. The exterior pockets are a bit larger than on the Domke F-2 and can easily hold a large bottle of water. Like I said, for travel, this is the bag I use. A little too bulky for day-to-day use but nice when you are over-packing.
The insert that comes with the Domke 700-10D is awful and only has four slots (which is why the bag loses a star), same as the F-2. When you order the 700-10D, make sure to grab the Ciesta Flexible Camera Insert Partition, too. It makes the 700-10D twice as functional.
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