Crumpler Jackpack 1500 Bag for Camera - Black/Grey
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- Holds a Bridge or system camera with mid-size zoom lens + standard zoom lens
- 1000d Chicken Tex Supreme Hyper Performance fabric with Soft Protective Lining (Nylex)
- External zip-fastened pocket under main flap
- Padded adjustable divider(s) for extra flexibility and ease of handling
- Air mesh padded backside
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Colour Name: Black/Grey
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Features include 1000d Chicken Tex SupremeTM hyper performance fabric, Soft Protective Lining (Nylex), Ripstop Lining, External zip-fastened pocket under main flap, Square silicon logo, Third Base handle, Air mesh padded backside, Padded adjustable divider(s) for extra flexibility and ease of handling, Adjustable shoulder strap, Prince Charles protective seal, and Clip-fastened flap Memory card pocket(s)
Crumpler Jackpack 1500 Camera Bag - Black/Grey
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Anyway I bought an olympus E-pL5 because of it's portability, so needed a smallish bag. My two main requirements were that it could fit the camera plus at least one other lens, and didn't look like a handbag! The bag is plain and unfussy, with a nice shape and finish. Importantly, it doesn't scream "camera bag". It comfortably fits an E-PL5+kit lens, plus two other prime lenses (17mm f2.8, 45mm f1.8). There is probably room for another small lens actually. There is also a handy zip up pocket that is under the cover, that can fit a spare battery or two, and filters. My only minor criticism of this bag is that it has a pale lining and padded divider. Both are likely to get grubby with time. Incidentally for others in the market for bags for M43 cameras, the Mirrorless Mover 20, Tamrac Rally Micro and Crumpler Banana cube ( Crumpler Banana Cube Medium Bag for Camera - Black ) are all similar sizes. I also considered the last in the list (a few pounds cheaper on Amazon) but it used a zip rather than a clip, and had a boxy shape. Overall happy with my choice, particularly as it is small enough that I can put it into a rucksack or holdall for longer trips.
Internally it provides good support and the front zip is good for adding your SD Cards
This bag fits in;
-panasonic gx1 with wrist strap
-a large zoom (14-140mm)
-one pancake prime (20mm)
-a wide angle lens (8-19)
-spare sd cards
-USB OTG cable
It can be a squeeze but it certainly fits in any combination of off/on camera.
Quality of construction is excellent with the materials feeling durable and overall nicely made.
-top flap doesn't feel as secure as it could and I would worry about any small items (eg SD cards) falling out if left in the main compartment (I zip them up in the front pocket instead)
-can be a fiddle getting lenses out and changing things on your own as the top flap is quite structured and doesn't fold back on itself well, and without the camera body and 2 lenses (while you are changing them) the bag is very light and it can get a bit awkward; but the solution to this is to get a larger, sturdier kit bag like I used with my DSLR - which is what I was dying to avoid!
-front pouch is very thin; whilst it does fit a spare battery and one filter (in box) plus sd cards, it is tight and getting a second filter (in box) would be pushing it
- well made,
- compact yet big enough for everything I need
- would highly recommend for a compact micro 4/3 or similar so long as you are aware of space limitations
- if you are used to a big DSLR type camera bag that takes 2-3 lenses this will take some getting used to as it is quite dinky!
This bag is supposedly too small for a DSLR, but I disagree. Allow me to explain:
I wanted a bag that would *only* fit my DSLR (Canon 1000D + kit lens 18-55mm) and *nothing* else! I didn't want to use it with any other gear, so this is in fact great!
The camera fits into this bag on it's side and can easily be retrieved and put back.
Perfect for a quick "out-about-town" take along :)
Not good for bringing extra gear, but I think I made that clear already, right? :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a small bag, but perfect if you want to carry a micro 4/3 camera + a couple of lenses in a well-padded bag that looks fairly inconspicuous. Read morePublished 10 days ago by hml
Been using this for over a year now and it's never let me down. Just the right size for a Sony DSC-HX300 day bag with decent padding inside, secure closing clip, and adjustable... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Andrew Milne
Great bag. Fits my Canon d750 with standard lens, my 50mm lens and a good cover.Published 16 months ago by Gary
Excellent item and service! 10/10++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++Published 20 months ago by Ink Pot
A great little camera bad for a small rangefinder kit. I renamed mine 'The Scrotum.'Published 21 months ago by Vanessa 21
Pleased with this bag, although a bit of a snug fit for my D5200 camera (with standard 18-55 VR kit lens). Read morePublished 24 months ago by Paul
This is a very nice, well made and good looking bag, but unfortunately too small for my needs, therefore returned. Read morePublished on 2 Aug. 2014 by A. Matthews
This is an excellent bag, however the description indicates that its for bridge cameras but my Fujifilm HS50EXR did not fit. This is one of the larger bridge cameras so be warned.Published on 10 July 2014 by Cryptic