Originally Posted by presspass
Or is the better option to get out one of my old Domkes and spray the canvas with some kind of waterproofing? Thanks,
We just had a recent discussion about methods of making a Domke bag water-resistant. Water-proof, though, I think you can forget.
Domke offers some of its bags in a wax and oil impregnated version. "Waxwear," I think, is one of their names for it. They are on the B&H site. There have been reports of the wax or oils rubbing off onto things you don't want them rubbing off on. Since you already have some Domke bags, you could try treating them with one or another product. Nikwax, which you can get in an outdoor store, is apparently a good choice. Recently I tried spraying my F2 with some Scothgard. I'll see how that works out, but probably the Nikwax is the better idea.