Isn't she lovely? ;)
There's a flat zipper pocket on the back of the bag:
The front clasp is easy to open with a little twist & lift:
Inside of the top flap, you can see the "Johansen Camera Bags" stamp. There's a small zipper pocket on the inside of the bag and a flat pocket section on the outside of the bag (only accessible after opening the clasp & flap).
This bag comes with 3 dividers so you can customize the set-up of the interior of your bag depending on what you'll be carrying. I like to carry my DSLR with a lens attached, ready to shoot, so I would only need one divider if I were also carrying an extra lens or flash. Maybe I'd add another skinny section if I wanted a spot for my wallet and some other small items.
The bag can be carried by the handle on the top, or you can add a shoulder strap by clipping it onto the side like so:
The strap size is adjustable (just like a belt) and comes with a shoulder pad.
Earlier this year, I reviewed Jo Totes' Gracie in Butterscotch. It is a very similar colour to the Siena so I thought I would show you a comparison so you can see the difference. The styles are very different (the Gracie is larger, the Siena is much more stiff, there are more pockets and sections in the Gracie), but you can see the similarity in colour here:
Here's a close up of the leather. The leather on the Gracie is much more textured than the Siena:
I think this is a really fun bag with a different look than any of the other Jo Totes bags I've reviewed in the past, and one of you is going to be lucky enough to win it for yourself!
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More Camera Bag Reviews:
Jo Totes Gracie
Jo Totes Missy
Jo Totes Millie
Kelly Moore B-Hobo.
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