Just right for my use
Mine is the olive (O.D.) color so the name is black and unubtrusive and that's one good thing because a bag should not call attention to itself.
I bought it for my Olympus E-P1 "system" that consists of the body, both the 17mm and 14-42 kit lenses as well as the Olympus 4/3 50mm F:2 Macro, the Lumix 20mm F:1.7, and a Lumix 45-200mm zoom.
I've got the Olympus flash and optical viewfinder along with polarizers, caps, filters, and what all for that camera and it all packs neatly and esily into the bag.
I did not like the chintzy snap for the top cover so I sewed in a carbon fiber snap buckle from a strap I had and improved the bag closer a lot.
There's really no padding other than the heavy canvas between the few compartments. There does seem to be a thick cardboard padding the bottom, but I'm not sure what it is really.
Overall I like it quite a bit.
Domke, the winner's bag!
Photography is mostly about capturing THE moment. Thus I love the fast draw design of Domke bags. I can get my Nikon D80 in just a couple of seconds from the draw. The Domke F3x is perfect for my daily urban shoots where I only need to carry camera (with lens mounted), and two other lenses (Tele and Ultra-wide angle), a flashgun, filters, my Spectra light flash diffuser, memory cards, batteries. The bag expands when you put in gears inside but shrinks back when a bit empty; and sort of hugs your body (instead of staying bulky) which makes for a stealth and unassuming camera bag. Water repellant canvass cloth so no worries for your gears.
The Gripper strap is an engineering wonder, it won't slide from your shoulders (so no problems with hunks out there).
This is the winner's bag!
Less is MORE
I use the F-3X as my grab-all shooting bag. Most times I would have a D700 with 17-35 2.8, 50 1.4 & 70-200 2.8 in it's main compartment. A fast wide, telephoto & standard lens. On the side pocket SB800. The wide strap STAYS where I land it on my shoulder. It's an incredible bag that holds all sorts of shooting configurations tailored to what I may be shooting. No fuss, padding only on the bottom where it's really needed. Form follows function in this amazing bag. Another fantastic product from Domke.
A smallish bag for a lot of gear
A sturdy, practical bag. I like it for it's inconspicuous looks (I wish they'd omit the Domke-label so you wouldn't recognize it as a camerabag right away). It holds my SLR and two or three lenses, flash, spare batteries, a desktop-tripod and there's even room left.
To make the bag even better they could add one or two small closed compartments for little thinks like memory cards, a somehow padded bottom and some optional raincover, but even without that it's still a great bag.
Have F-2 downsized to F-3x
used for overseas travel