I thinks its a cool concept... did you actually make it? If not, that is cool. How does it perform?
You may have a really innovative protection system or not. How would I know? This is an ACTION SPORT CAMERA
bag... surely, you included BOMB PROOF protection
2. Other than "rubberized bottom" (whatever that means) you don't share anything about material in your picture dealio. A technical bag like this needs to have listed material type(s) at the very least, I would think. A paragraph explaining the "why you choose material x" would be even better somewhere in the picture dealio. Hint: Look at the big Camera bag manufactures... ("emulating" is not "copying"!!!)
3. I know its hard to get solid data regarding bags and softgoods in general. There is a reason why you see BALLISTIC woven nylon on the bottom of bags and other woven materials as the shell. There is a reason why you don't see a lot of Lycra laminated Neoprene used as the shell of most bags. I'm not going to say it isn't cool. Because, quite frankly, using neoprene is DAMN cool and good on you for thinking outside the box.
I will say that you should take a swatch of neoprene outside and rub it up and down a concrete sidewalk 10 or 15 times, not pretty. Overall, the neoprene material will hold up fine... but you'll see a lot of nasty pilling of the lycra laminate in short order. If you have access to a TABER Rotary Platform Abraser machine you should run the lycra side of the Neoprene "head to head" with Denim. My bet is on Denim by a long shot. Don't bother putting lycra laminate neoprene up against Cordura or anything made of Kevlar. U-G-L-Y.
4. I made a range bag awhile back and it was a single zipper. It was made to a customers specs and he adamantly wanted a single zipper against my advice. He was in a big hurry so I could only take these crappy pics, but he was very happy. What works for some may not work for others.