So when I decided I was not happy with my current camera bag
I am a self proclaimed bag addict. So when I decided I was not happy with my current camera bag, I took on the task of searching for the next bag to add into my arsenal. Insert K&F Concept here. I have plenty of larger bags for traveling, but I need a good daily carry and day pack. And after receiving the bag, I found out that this is perfect as a day pack. If you area traveler, this bag is probably about 10L to small for you. And it the laptop sleeve is a hair to small for a 15" MacBook Pro. But as a city shooter, or outdoor shooter this is perfect. To start this bag has my absolute favorite feature in a mountaineering style bag. A pocket in the flap! Most bags completely over look this, and then the flap is just waisted space. AND! This bag comes with a rain fly stashed inside this pocket. So double bonus. The zippers so far seem nice and sturdy. The zip/unzip smoothly without being held up or snagged. And the magnetic clasps are really nice. They hold very nicely and actually make a better bond than my Hershel bag. The top opening is equipped with a nylon sleeve with pull tie. This will allow you to actually over stuff the bag if you are out in the city and pick up a few things. The tripos/bottle pocket is nice and expandable for you to fit that full size tripod, or bottle of liquid gold. the top compartment has some mesh pockets, as well as a hook and loop divider that you can remove to add more gear, or remove the camera dividers and use this as a straight backpack.Moving into the camera cube area. There are two points of access, the larger rear opening (keeping your gear safe from would be thieves) and the quick access side camera opening. Both opening feature two small hook and loop closure pockets. I am using pockets on the larger back opening for my batteries. I an currently not using the other two, but they would be great for memory cards. Inside the cube I am able to fit my Sony A7Sii with 24-240 on the body, as well as two more lenses and a lavalier mic, and I still had room for at least one more lens.The Con's of this bag. The laptop sleeve is a hair to small for a 15" MBP, and the rear opening is a tad to small and covers the top section of the cube.The Pro's of this bag. It is a great size for a day pack, and city shooters. It allows you to carry everything you need for the day, and not over pack and lug around gear you are not going to use. The rear opening is a tad smaller than the cube helping to keep things you place in the top section of the cube secured inside. (I know, I know).