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Review of the Domke FXB
|Pros:||Lighter and smaller than comparative sized models|
|Cons:||Design is a little girly and also the fabric marks so it can look scruffy very quickly|
Designed by US photojournalist Jim Domke, the Domke range of bags cut down on the bulk of padding and protection to offer a lighter, smaller models.
There’s still enough protection for small spills though.
This is a slim, fairly wellmade bag, with space for a small body, lens and flash in a zip-up compartment and a small, open document pocket in front.
The straps are secure and well made, and there’s a belt loop for using it as a bum bag. On the downside, it’s light but a bit girly and the fabric marks easily.
The fact that this bag is designed to be as compact as possible goes a long way, but the lack of padding also worried us slightly
Lighter and smaller than comparative sized models
Design is a little girly and also the fabric marks so it can look scruffy very quickly
What Digital Camera Score: 80%