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Deciding between 2 bags


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As I have now added a Canon 70-200 F4 IS to my existing lens the current bag I have is no longer suitable.
Im interested in a Domke F2 or F6 however I'm trying to work out which one is best suited with regards to the kit I have. I'm slightly leaning towards the F6's size.
Kit I have is:

10-22 with hood
28mm 1.8 with hood
70-200 F4 IS with hood
3 filters, spare battery, couple of memory cards, remote.

The filters, battery etc all fit nicely in a little pouch so I have no concern with them being in one of the little pockets just inside of the flap on either of the bags.
However I would like to be able to have the option of leaving whatever lens is currently fitted to the body on and then popping it in the bag.
I noticed that the bags come with a 4 compartment divider, however they also sell a 2 compartment version. With whichever bag I go for I was planning on getting this divider as well thus leaving as much space as possible for the camera and lens.
So with the worst case scenario being leaving the 70-200 attached does anyone think I would struggle with the F6?
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Thanks for the reply 'simonblue'.
Do you think the F6 should suffice with regards to the kit I have? In particular being able to accommodate the body with any lens attached?
I do appreciate the lack of protection afforded by Domke bags however I believe this is what makes them sit around the body better whilst being worn, especially when not full to capacity.

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