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    Crumpler are never good.....

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    Crumpler is good for the cam..but not really good on ur clothings..if ur clothing is Wool or polyester..

    remembered i was using MDH series..then backpacks..the Chickendex material..kind of like 'bites' the material on ur clothes..then ur clothes will have like wool coming out..not sure anyone have that...

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    just a quick check, will the the air carrier allow camera bags slightly bigger than their allowed carry-on luggage???

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    Quote Originally Posted by humble View Post
    just a quick check, will the the air carrier allow camera bags slightly bigger than their allowed carry-on luggage???
    Most of these bags are made to carry-on standards, so you should be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wizongod View Post
    Are you refering to me? Took it from an old bag that I had many years ago. I heard camping/traveller shops might sell. Can't remember the name of the store the guy at Cathay Photo recommended. Think it's travel planet or something similar.
    Thanks for the reply! Think the Planet Traveller rain-covers cost like half the price of my bag - a bit steep!
    theDevilisinthedetails.

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    crumpler bags are made for fashionistas who want to look trendy and look like idiots trying to dig the camera out of the bag

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    Quote Originally Posted by toxicboy View Post
    Thanks for the reply! Think the Planet Traveller rain-covers cost like half the price of my bag - a bit steep!
    You can go to the hiking store called "Sports Connection" and buy their rain covers. I got a very nice and big one for $10 IIRC.

    This is their site.. |: Sports Connection :|

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