Kattee leather canvas digital camera bag vintage dslr slr messenger shoulder bag

(4 customer reviews)


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  • digital camera bag built with true leather-based and durable canvas.
  • designed for dslr digital digicam. Also can be used for a antique digicam (outside size: 35 x 32 x 11cm/13. Eight”x12. 6”x4. 35” inner length: 30 x 21 x 10. 5cm/eleven. Eight”x8. 25”x4. 2”)
  • self adhering padded dividers for indoors customization; soft liner protects electronics from any damage
  • extra pockets designed for memory cards, business playing cards, cds, and many others
  • spacious sufficient to maintain day by day necessities like headphone, umbrella, glasses, notebooks, water bottle, and so forth. Best for college, office, tour and other daily occasions.
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Blue, Brown, Khaki, Army Green-brown, Dark Gray, Light Green

4 reviews for Kattee leather canvas digital camera bag vintage dslr slr messenger shoulder bag

  1. Matthew N. Potter

    I am constantly searching for the perfect camera bag, which is like searching for a unicorn. It just does not exist. While the Kattee bag did most of what I had wanted it would do, it still falls short of what I had hoped for. I needed a bag to carry a Canon 5d Mark III body, a Sigma f/2.8 24-70 lens, and a Sigma f/2.8 70-200 lens while walking around Rome on a once-in-a-lifetime trip. I wanted to carry a speedlite, batteries, Black Rapid camera strap, sunglasses, water, memory card case, and a small notebook. When it arrived, I knew I was going to have to modify my plans. No way was all that going to fit in here. I gave up the 70-200 and the speedlite, and suddenly all the other stuff fit. It was disappointing because the 70-200 would have made a big difference in several places, and I longed for a speedlite for fill on the lone cloudy day. (No flashes in virtually every church we went into, which made the fast lenses vital.) So cargo capacity wasn’t near what I expected, hence the deduction of one star. Another requirement was that the bag not look like a camera bag due to the purported proliferation of thieves in the touristy areas of Rome. That part was better than expected. It looks great, and it doesn’t look like it carries $6,000 worth of camera gear. The inside zipper kept things from falling out of the main compartment, while the magnetic closures on the flap made it convenient to get into the pockets on the front. Those pockets are where I stored my sunglasses, gum, and some other stuff to which I needed easy access. The side pockets contained another glasses case and a small bottle of water. Water was real important here, as we walked many miles each day in Rome’s blistering heat. I never used the straps to close the side flaps because I needed easy access here, too. The bag was easy to carry, and in spite of the heavy gear, it was pretty comfortable for all-day journeys in the ancient cities streets and byways. On buses and cabs, it sat quite comfortably in my lap. While walking, It rested on my hip, with the strap across my chest messenger-bag style. In fact, the way the strap is constructed, that is really the only way it can be carried. The wide leather part on the strap is curved nicely so it doesn’t dig into my neck. I continue to keep my camera in the bag, but in my day-to-day work I don’t need to carry a bunch of stuff around with me. House to car, car to office. It all works fine for that limited movement. I like the bag’s looks a lot. It blended in with the crowds in Rome, and I don’t feel out of place at home when I use it. My only disappointment with it is that it is NOT as roomy as I thought it would be, given the reviews here on Amazon. If I had a mirrorless camera and a small lens, it would be great. My setup just overwhelmed the space. Not only was I not able to carry all I thought I could, but I had to wrestle the body, with 24-70 attached, out of the bag, and take extra time to get it back in. It was just a shade too small to make those transitions effortless. I’ll continue to look for the perfect bag, but for now I’ll add this to the other 4 that I own. Each works well in different situations. There is nothing wrong with this bag. Rather, it just didn’t work as well as I had hoped in my particular situation. Read more

  2. Blagoj Klincharski

    This bag is perfect for my Canon 5D Mark IV and my DJI Mavic Pro with the remote that is bellow the camera on the right side perfectly safe. On the sides, I put two spare batteries for the Mavic Pro. I use the front pocket for my wallet and the other one is empty for other things that I can carry on the go. I have my main backpack with all the lenses, but sometimes seeing the big backpack prevents me taking the camera out. Now I don’t have an excuse not to take my camera and my DJI Mavic Pro with me. The thing is if you have a setup like me you can’t carry more than one lens. I like to keep my lens attached so I can pull out my camera and take the photo immediately. The quality is good there is no doubt about it. So I would recommend this bag for anyone that would like to take the camera more often but not carry a big backpack with him. And will be less a target for a thief. Read more

  3. DE

    What I like most about this camera bag is that it doesn’t look like a camera bag at all and that’s exactly what I wanted. Also, it’s a good size; it easily holds my Nikon D850 with a Tamron 70-200 F2.8 lens attached. It comes with two Velcro dividers, so you can configure the bag to your needs. However, it lacked two things that I would have preferred it came with; a shoulder strap that was connected by swivel hooks that can be detached from the bag and some type of carry handle. The advantage of a detachable shoulder strap is you can easily change it out to any strap of your preference and also swivel hooks prevent the strap from getting twisted which I find to be an annoyance. A carry handle is a plus because it allows you to quickly pick up the bag without having to deal with the long shoulder strap. I bought the bag even though it didn’t have these two things because the price was pretty affordable, and frankly I couldn’t find a bag that looked as discreet and casual as this one with all the features I wanted for under $125. And even at higher prices, for some reason there are not many choices in this discreet camera bag style. But after receiving it I decided to add the features I wanted. As you can see from the pictures I uploaded, I replaced the shoulder strap to one with swivel hooks and better shoulder padding. The color is virtually identical, and it looks like it came with the bag. I took the original strap that came with the bag, shortened it with scissors, added antique brass swivel hooks and attached it as a carry handle. These were easy modifications and very inexpensive. The manufacturer of the bag should consider adding these features into its design. These tweaks, in my opinion, make a good product even better. Read more

  4. Jason

    Update: one day after I left this review the company contacted me asking about the problem and offered to send me a new bag. Really great customer service, hopefully I just got a fluke bad bag and this one will be better. I’ll update this review again after I receive the replacement and determine if it’s better quality. What can I say, I had high hope for this bag but it’s just not held up at all… 1st thing I noticed is the buckles on the strap don’t start where you set them so it’s always sliding to nearly full length. The rectangular attaching brackets always flip to the narrow end putting undo stress on the strap and I just noticed that one end of the strap is nearly torn off the bag… All this with fairly light use. Looks nice, but the quality is lacking… Read more

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