Billingham make such a wide range of camera bags that it’s sometimes hard to decide which is best for a particular system. The Hadley Small Pro is my all-time favourite for a smaller system — typically an M rangefinder and a few lenses — but it struggles to accommodate an SL2, even when it is wearing a compact M lens.
If you need something bigger, which is the best to go for in order to keep down overall size but still enjoy sufficient versatility to house your gear?
Fortunately my friend Patrick Leong at Findingrange.com has the answer. Over the past couple of years he has become a prolific and trusted reviewer of Billingham bags and seems to have one of everything to hand. He is also a dedicated SL/2 system man, so his views on choice of bag are likely to be spot on.
I found his latest review, a comparison between the Hadley Pro, the Hadley One and the larger 207 bag extremely useful.