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The reviews on the site for this product are portraying this product as too good to be true at this price.
Here is a simple, “To The Point” review for buyers:
Loads of space and compartments. Top compartment can hold lots of small stuff like batteries, chargers, cables etc. The main compartment can hold a DSLR body, a tele lens, a couple of primes, a kit lens and an external flash. Small zipper compartments on the outside can hold a couple of filters. There is a compartment just behind ones back, on the top, that easily fits my 7 inch tablet. Very spacious. I would give five starts for space.
Quality of the fabric used to make the bag is pretty decent and rugged.
Zippers are not of the best quality. Needs a little tugging to get them around. Just a minor hiccup.
The inner (main) compartment has some kind of felt-cloth like lining. A little of the fine lint (fine cotton) is sticking to the rubber grip of the body when taken out. May happen with any other rubberized stuff we put in there.
The compartment separators have the male part of the velcro, but there is no velcro lining on the inside of the main compartment. What was flipkart thinking here? The velcro barely manages to stick to the felt-like lining on the inside. Mind you, BARELY MANAGES to. Not a very huge concern if the compartment is filled with gear though, as the stuff inside will then be closely packed without moving around much.
Beginners: This is an OK deal, considering the price. A camera backpack from any other brand is priced higher and would be smaller too. This would do the job just right, to get rid of the messenger bag you get along with the DSLR kit.
Pro’s: What are you even doing on this page?? O_o
The monopod is not very thick. It can hold a medium sized DSLR well. The mounting mechanism is not the best. There is no separate release plate that goes on the bottom of the camera. This makes it difficult, if u want to quickly shoot handheld by unmounting the camera. Once the camera is mounted, it is a little difficult to detach the camera from the monopod. I guess this both good and bad. Turned out bad for me, as the screw got separated from the ball head, while trying to unmount the camera. This was within a year of purchase, used just a few times. I was never able to put it back together. Some specialized tools are required, available i guess only with service centers. I gave up on it as it was not worth roaming around to get it fixed. There are no local service centers by the way. Not a very good experience with this monopod.