Comments about Mountainsmith Mountainsmith Traverse AT Camera Daypack:
I use this pack to transport my camera and 2 extra lenses around. I'm not a professional photographer, but I am serious and spend a lot of time with my camera. There's plenty of extra room if I get a couple more lenses. It's a very tough and substantial bag. There is one trick to it: to keep the main section open you have to forcibly bend it at the base, otherwise the lid just flops down and hinders access. Maybe that's the way it's suppose to work?
My biggest complaint is that it seems to be too long for a short person. I am a 5'1" woman and the heavy duty base of the bag digs into the small of my back just above my buttocks after 30 minutes if I wear the waist belt fastened. I deal with this (because I love the pack) by alternating wearing it with the waist belt fastened and unfastened or slung over one shoulder. Not the best, but this is the best camera bag I've found so far after trying 2 others. otherwise I think it would be fine for an average size person. My 6' husband likes it just fine.