Domke F-5XB

Domke F-5XB is Shoulder and Belt Ruggedwear Camera Bag to hold a D-SLR or rangefinder camera, 1-2 lenses, filters, film and accessories. The bag features Five compartments, Street tough hardware, Non-slip Gripper strap, Lightweight design, Convenient pockets, and Accessible and ample room. The Domke F-5XB has exterior size 10 x 4.5 x 7.25″ (25.4 x 11.43 x 18.42cm) (WxDxH), interior size 9.5 x 4.0 x 6.0″ (24.13 x 10.16 x 15.24cm) (WxDxH), and weighs 1.0 lbs, 4.0 oz (567g).

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


User Opinions

Domke F-5XB User Reviews

Love this bag… already had it in black but needed another
“This bag is perfect for a Nikon DSLR with kit lens mounted or zoom that’s not TOO long… it fits the 35-70mm f/2.8D but without a lot of room to spare. It also fits another small to medium sized lens plus small flash unit (such as SB-400), or two additional lenses without flash. The SB-600 might make it a little snug for fitting another lens in, unless maybe it’s the teeny 35mm f/2. Depends on how comfortable you are packing your gear a little tight. It seems the pocket on this one is a little smaller than on the black version.” – By Perspicacious One
Rating: ★★★★★

Great small bag
“I bought this for my Panasonic GF1, and essentially my micro 4/3′s kit. I intend to have two lenses, the 14-45 and 20, and this will have room for a tiny giotto rocket blower, too. Right now, I only have the 20, so it’s too big for just those things. Well, rather I have extra space. The small accessory sleeve has room for flat items like memory cards and microfiber cloths. For kicks, I could use this to carry my 40D+sigma 30 without a problem too. Unmounted, I could fit a 50/1.8 too (or the blower, heh). I think I will also use this when I want to use that combo on the go. The strap is also very nice. A bit too grippy though, as I like to sling it forward to pull stuff out of my bag.” – By Linh Nguyen
Rating: ★★★★☆

Great Small Bag
“This is a great bag very well built with just the right amount of padding. When I say just the right amount of padding I was looking for a bag that had less than the usual camera bag because I didn’t want a bulky heavy bag. I use this as my walk around bag for my Olympus E-P1 I carry this bag every day and it is holding up very well. It is also just big enough to hold my 40D + 17-55mm F2.8 with the dividers folded flat.” – By E-Shooter
Rating: ★★★★★

Just What I Wanted
“I like this bag. It is just what I wanted and I like how it looks. I have other larger bags when I want to take more gear like the Domke F6 but I was looking for a small bag to hold my D90 with a 16-85 lens or 35 1.8 lens and still have room for an extra lens or flash and my wallet, cell phone and keys and this bag is perfect for what I want. Like all Domke bags it is well made, comfortable to carry and I can take it anywhere. Sometimes I use it as a shoulder bag without the camera. I haven’t found the velco fastener to be a problem in fact the wide size lets the cover be fastened in different positions. Others have criticized it for being small which I don’t feel is fair thats the way it was designed. If the bag is to small for your use buy a bigger one. “ – By CC
Rating: ★★★★★

Expert Reviews

Domke F-5XB Expert Reviews

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Features & Specifications

Domke F-5XB Features & Specifications

The Domke F-5XB RuggedWear Medium Shoulder and Belt Bag (Brown) can be used as a camera bag, or remove the Gripper shoulder strap and thread it through the belt loop for an instant waist/Hip pack. The bag can hold a D-SLR or rangefinder camera, 1-2 lenses, filters, film and accessories. There is a zippered, padded main compartment lined with touch fastener material, thin compartment on the front of the bag and a U-shaped pad that make a compartment for papers. The bag has pockets for cell phone and an MP3 player.

Weather-resistant RuggedWear fabric produces a unique distressed and weathered look right from the start. The high-quality, weather-tough, durable cotton canvas that is treated with special non-solvent, environmentally friendly waxes to afford the fabric a lifelong resistance to inclement weather. The special formula allows the fabric to breathe while the waxes produce a unique, timeless, weathered, distressed patina finish. By using the included refinishing wax, bags can be restored to its original finish quickly and easily.

Construction
* Weather-resistant RuggedWear canvas
* Street tough hardware
* Padded divider
* Protective weather flap on the front
* Zipper and touch fastener closure

RuggedWear fabric produces a unique distressed and weathered look right from the start. The high-quality, weather-tough, durable cotton canvas that is treated with special non-solvent, environmentally friendly waxes to afford the fabric a lifelong resistance to inclement weather. The special formula allows the fabric to breathe while the waxes produce a unique, timeless, weathered, distressed patina finish. By using the included refinishing wax, bags can be restored to its original finish quickly and easily

Compartments
* One long thin compartment on the front of the bag
* Zippered, padded main compartment lined with touch fastener compatible material and removable padded divider
* U-shaped pad make a compartment for papers

Pockets
* Pocket for cell phone
* Pockets for MP3 player

Carrying options
* Removable, non-slip Gripper shoulder strap; doubles as a waist belt.
* Belt-loop at the back of the bag


See also: Accessories | Camera Bags





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