Domke 700-40S F-4AF

Domke 700-40S F-4AF is camera bag to carry 1 Pro SLR with zoom lens mounted, 1-2 lenses, flash, and accessories. The bag features Eight compartments and pockets with Large Padded Insert holds autofocus SLR/zoom lens in a “grab-and shoot” position, Adjustable non-slip Gripper Strap, Open cell foam liner sewn into bottom, Removable hand carrying strap Includes 1 padded 2-compartment insert and 1 large sigle compartment insert, Additional inserts available. The Domke 700-40S F-4AF has exterior size 13 x 8.5 x 11″ (33.02 x 21.59 x 27.94cm) (WxDxH), interior size 8.0 x 7.0 x 9.5″ (20.32 x 17.78 x 24.13cm) (WxDxH), and weighs 2.0 lbs 7.0 oz (1.1kg).

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Overall Rating: ★★★★½ | Latest Price Info


User Opinions

Domke 700-40S F-4AF User Reviews

Not as big as Domke says
“I ordered the bag because I needed a larger one than the F6for my Nikon F5 and the three zoom lenses I usually carrywith me (17-35, 28-70 and 80-200). I have to say that thereis no way of fitting a large camera with zoom lens intothe compartment. It is only possible to put the camerawithout any lens, not even with a 50mm, into the cameracompartment. Then there is room for two other zooms in thelens compartment. There are two side pockets, large enoughto take the SB600 in its case, and plenty of film and filters.I love Domke bags, but the carrying capacity of this one isreally over-stated.” – By Luca Alessandro Remotti
Rating: ★★★★☆

Love it
“It is great working bags if you want to get camera/lenses in and out easily. I added 3 cushion padding from J-1 end pockets into its three pockets and I can put one body without lens in the front pocket, sigma 10-20 with hood in left pocket and 17-35/55mm with hood on the right pocket. Inside I can put D2-series Nikon body with lens attached in main compartment (I also use the one from J-1 bag without any insert) and there is a space left outside the compartment that I can put 70-200vr vertically or I can put two primes in a leather Nikon bags next to each other e.g. 105mmvr, 85mm f1.4.” – By Adam
Rating: ★★★★★

incredibly well thought out
“Had this bag for years .Made in USA of quality materials.Here’s what mine usually holds… In the main compartment it usually carries a 100-400L , Sigma 12-24 , Canon 5D with 24-105, and a 3 filter pouch .One outer pocket holds Nikon 8×42 binoculars and the other a 430EX flash and ball blower. Front pocket holds microfiber lens cloth and spare lens/body caps and G7 point and shoot , Under top compartment for chargers ,spare batteries and memory . Maps/notebook in back pocket.” – By K
Rating: ★★★★★

Pretty good bag
“I bought the bag to carry my Cannon D5II along with a cannon 70-200 zoom and a sigma 17-35 wide angle. The bag has the depth for the 70-200 zoom, but the compartments are not wide enough to accommodate the lens hood. Otherwise a great bag.” – By Pat
Rating: ★★★★☆

Perfect Day Bag
“This bag is perfect for a days shoot. I carried a D700 w/grip, and at 17-35m f/2.8 lens attached. In the inserts, you can carry two items. I had the 24-70 f/2.8 lens and a 50m f/1.4. I placed a SB900 in one of the side pockets. Rear pocket allows for cords, cards, batteries etc. It is actually half the size of the “F1X A Little bit bigger bag”. So when you need just a few items to grab and go, this bag fits the bill. Perfect for a bag to always have a camera handy.” – By William
Rating: ★★★★☆

The Mercedes of Bags
“After buying based on a web page describption, I was a bit surprised at the smallness of the internal space. It’s absolutely perfect for my Nikon D70, a couple of lenses, and the odds and ends that go with it, but if I throw in my backup film Nikon body things get very, very crowded. No way of adding my video camera without taking out the padded insert. Overall, I love it and believe I made the best possible choice from the plethora of bags available.” – By Analyst
Rating: ★★★★★

One tough bag
“I have gone through several bags for my camera gear and this is the one I have used the most. It is tough, simple, easy in-and-out, and adequate for most of the equipment used everyday. Cannot pack my 70-200 Nikkor in it, the lens is too tall, but one body, two lenses (one on the body)and a flash fill it up. Side pockets for small stuff and a pouch for papers. Well padded too. I have drug this through Greece, Italy, the Baltic and all around town. Shows no damage, tears, or strains. A simple, strong gear bag. I’ll keep this one!” – By C. Henrickson
Rating: ★★★★☆

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Domke 700-40S F-4AF Expert Reviews

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Features & Specifications

Domke 700-40S F-4AF Features & Specifications

Today’s professional digital SLR bodies are larger than ever. Twist on a state-of-the-art zoom lens, and you’ve got a formidable piece of equipment that can challenge any compact camera bag. The F-4AF is a great working camera bag for light assignments. It combines the right amount of protection with easy access to your equipment. Includes an adjustble non-slip Gripperâ„¢ Strap, removable hand carrying strap, YKK zipper, and steel snap hook.

Ideal For: 1 Pro SLR with zoom lens mounted, 1-2 lenses, flash, and accessories.

Facts and Figures:
* Eight compartments and pockets
* Large Padded Insert holds autofocus SLR/zoom lens in a “grab-and shoot” position. Second insert has twin compartments for extra lenses or “potato masher” strobes. Insert system fully compatible with other Domke Bags
* Adjustable non-slip Gripper Strap
* Open cell foam liner sewn into bottom
* Removable hand carrying strap
* Includes 1 padded 2-compartment insert and 1 large sigle compartment insert
* Additional inserts available


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