I don't have a DSLR camera, but I do have a big set of binoculars with a case so tightly-fitted they're a pain to get in and out, and so the binoculars are rarely used. So being offered this case through Amazon Vine, I thought I'd see if it could take the binoculars along with my small camera. And the answer is yes. The main compartment has dividers that can be moved to accommodate different sizes of equipment, meaning that this case is suitable for a range of equipment beyond camera lenses.
The case is well made with all zips working smoothly and well. There are lots of well-padded pockets of different sizes, so that all kinds of things can be stuffed in, while being kept separate and safe. It happily accommodates my camera, binoculars, Kindle, shades, reading glasses (but don't tell anyone I need those), iPod, headphones, purse, emergency chocolate supplies, ordinary chocolate supplies etc etc. And there are still plenty of pockets and spaces for other stuff.
There are various handles and strap configurations so that you can choose your preferred way to carry it, and of course the straps are adjustable for length. I find it quite comfortable to wear as a backpack. Empty, it's very light so doesn't add much to the weight of the equipment you want to carry. It has a Velcro pocket at the bottom containing a waterproof cover, should you wish to cart your valuable equipment about in the rain. (Personally I'm more likely to make for the nearest coffee shop, but I accept that might not work if you're hiking the Himalayas.) Oh, and it looks good too. Recommended to the casual user and more serious photographer alike.