- Dimensiones del producto: 25,4 x 11,4 x 27,3 cm ; 798 g
- Número de modelo del producto: 700-53S
- ASIN: B0013FE9SK
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 12 de agosto de 2011
- Valoración media de los clientes: 2 opiniones de clientes
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº1.114.036 en Electrónica (Ver el Top 100 en Electrónica)
Domke Classic F-5XC - Bolso bandolera para cámaras color marrón
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- Descripción del producto: domke F-5 x C - 700 - 53s
- Tipo de producto: Bolsa
- Compatible: para cámara
- Tamaño (L x P x H): 25,5 x 12,7 x 27,3 cm.
- Peso: 0,76 Kg
- Color: Beige
- Garantía del fabricante: 1 año
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Descripción del producto
Altura: 273,1 mm
Ancho: 254 mm
Color del producto: Arena
Dimensión interior (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 247,6 x 101,6 x 234,95 mm
Estilo de funda: Tirante
Profundidad: 114,3 mm
Tipo de funda: Cubierta de hombro
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Me cabe la d7100 mas 18-140 y 50mm, mas flash y gopro 3+, y aun sobra espacio para alguna cosa mas.
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The F-5XC will not win fashion kudos but is about being inconspicuous, perfect for minimalist street shooters. Stylistically it is well matched with a destructed leather or demin jacket and won't get a second look on the street. If being inconspicuous is important, remove the red Domke logo from the front flap.
Unlike an army medic bag, the outer canvas is flexible, the inside lining is soft and the bottom reinforced with a rigid platform for support and shock absorption. The sides of the bag have thin foam padding between the lining and outer canvas. The top flap has no padding. Thin padding leaves room for surprising capacity within a slim profile. The downside is there is minimal protection from impact.
Velcro secures the main flap. Not my favorite fastener and this one is giganormous: difficult to open and noisy. A leather and brass latch would be a more elegant solution.
USING THE F-5XC: "Large Shoulder Bag" is a misnomer as, while it is a shoulder bag, it isn't large. It's small and best suited for a compact system, e.g., Micro 4/3 or medium DSLR without battery grip. The F-5XC has two tall dividers/pillars with padded "wings" on top. The dividers are strong enough to support a DSLR with mounted lens, but are sectioned so they can be bent to partition the compartment into two levels, with the lower level accessed via the zippered trapdoor on the front. I use the compartment full length with one divider fully extended to store a lens on the left side (an EF 70-200 2.8L USM fits with hood reversed). The upper end of the other divider is bent over to the right as a platform for a camera with mounted lens. The dividers are semi-rigid and have Velcro in every possible place, so they will not move while your gear is stowed.
The F-5XC swallowed my EOS 5D MKII with mounted EF 70-200 4L IS USM with plenty of room for another medium sized lens and large shoe flash. Yes, that was pushing it but the flap closed fine and there were no bulges. Due to the lack of padding, there is more room inside than it appears. Nevertheless, gripped DLSRs and pro models, e.g., EOS 1D series, don't fit.
GOTCHAS: With an EOS 5D MKII and 24-105 4L IS USM inside, the 1.5 inch strap bites into my shoulder like an angry dog. A thin strap is fine for M4/3 cameras but a wider strap and/or shoulder pad are needed for a DSLR. If you carry a DSLR, expect to pony up $20-30 for a wider strap and/or shoulder pad. I added the Billingham SP-15 shoulder pad and it's more comfortable and grippy than the stock strap. It also matches the vintage vibe of the bag. If you prefer to stay pure Domke, you can buy a matching Domke 2-inch Gripper Strap (black) from major photo gear retailers.
The F-5XC lacks a grab handle. This omission bothered me so much I rigged up a handle by sewing Timbuk2 cross-strap hooks to a handle I removed from an old Tamrac bag. Works great! Domke makes a handle replacement for their J series bags but it is too long for this bag.
A lack of pockets for accessories is this bag's greatest shortcoming. There is no zippered inner pocket to stash your wallet or passport and the two tiny front pockets are almost completely useless. The front pockets wouldn't bother me much if I could add a pouch for my iPhone or sun glasses but there is no provision for side mount accessories.
This Amazon product listing is for two different Domke bag models: F-5XC and F5ZX. The reviews confuse matters more by averaging bag scores. Yes, these bags have a similar shape, but sport different interiors sizes and features. For example, the F-5ZX (brown Waxwear) has shorter and more flimsy dividers and lacks the lower trapdoor opening. It's also stiffer and more difficult to get gear in and out. Unfortunately, Amazon has not provided images of the differing features--especially interiors--so you're on your own. Google the model and look at pictures on other sites. I briefly owned the F-5ZX (brown Waxwear) but returned it to Amazon.
FINAL BLURB: This is my first Domke bag and it revealed an excellent fit and finish, quality materials and a classic albeit spartan design ethic. Yes, it is pricey but has surprisingly ample storage in a small space. The soft cotton canvas molds to your body thereby taking some weight off the shoulder. Even loaded with a 5D MKII and EF 70-200 4L IS USM I found it comfortable to hump around town all day, provided I wear it sling style with a shoulder pad. The cotton canvas is easy on clothing and does not "sand" delicate fabrics like ballistic nylon used in other bags. I often reach for this bag first, finding it ideal for casual shooting around town.
I posted images of my Domke F-5XC (black) in the user image area.
The one issue I have is with the two accessory pockets under the main flap. they're rather small, not useful for anything larger than small filters, my m42-K adapter and tool, and maybe batteries or SD cards, but beware: things can and will fall out of these pockets. I prefer to use an old Takumar lens case to store smaller accessories in.
Another minor issue is the large velcro strip. It's impossible to open silently! But I keep a strip of adhesive backed velcro lined with black duct tape which solves this minor annoyance.
It's not a large bag, but it's perfect for my use. If an item doesn't fit, do I really need to be carrying it around?
Modifications I made. The Velcro on this is LOUD when you open it so I attached a small piece of Velcro just above the existing Velcro so I can fold the bottom under, attach the huge piece of Velcro on the flap to that so it doesn't catch. I also put a small loop on the strap at chest height to dangle sunglasses from. The outside pockets are an invitation to loose stuff and almost a joke so I have small mesh bags that fit in each of them that are attached to the camera bag with a cord so if they fall out they just dangle.
Even with the minuses I would buy this again as it is just the right size and there is nothing else as "stealthy" is available.
UPDATE I am looking for a bag that is just a bit bigger and measured this one for a comparison and discovered that the dimensions listed here here are incorrect. actual size is 11W 10T 5D Still a great bag but living in the tropics I NEED w water bottle pockets, one for water and one for umbrella
One thing I wish Domke had done is to make the 2 front pockets a bit bigger and deeper.
Otherwise it is as close to perfect for me as I have found without having to make a bag myself.
can fit in
Sony A7 with FE 70-200 attached in the right slot.
FE 16-35 in the middle slot
FE 55 in the left slot. I can attach any of these lens at their slots and zip the bag easily.
In the bottom, I can choose to put a nissin i40 flash, plus batteries and cloth etc; or a Zeiss MP100/2 with EF/FE adaptor
the two pockets are small, only good enough to room a CPL/72mm, and a F20M flash.
think about it. A bag at the size of 10x10x3.4, can take such a complete full frame system. truly amazing!
The padding can be a little bit thicker. But I guess that is a trade off for the form factor and weight.