I’m a grip and cinematographer based in Los Angeles.
I have 9 years of continuing professional experience as a gaffer, key grip, best boy grip and dolly grip on low budget features, commercials and music videos, under some of the most talented cinematographers in the industry. I am now ready to shamelessly steal all of their lighting and camera techniques for the benefit of your project.
I watched quite a few YouTube reviews on this bag before I decided to buy it. All those reviews were aglow with adoration for all of the interesting design elements of this bag but after using it for about 6 months I realized that none of these reviewers had ever really lived with this bag in the real world.
To sum it up, I have a few gripes about this bag. The first is that the front pocket is really too small to be useful for very much. The second is that the straps tend to work themselves loose which can lead to the bag unceremoniously dropping to the ground. My final grip is that it will not fit a full frame DSLR comfortably (or at all, depending on the camera). However this is not really a legitimate gripe as they market this bag primarily toward mirrorless and compact DSLR users.
But there are still many things that I do love about this bag and I’m still using it as my main camera bag for travel and day to day use.