Red or Black 7MDH.... :|
black suits many clothing.
Crumpler online store, ships from Australia. Free shipping to SG for orders above A$50. Got my mild enthusiast large there when the shops here didn't have stocks of the colour I wanted. Worked out cheaper than the shop prices here too
Ohh thanks. Will check that out
Turns out they're out of stock too
Last edited by MarkersNg; 29th September 2013 at 09:59 AM.
those using Crumplers...do u feel the series used in MDH kinda...destroy ur polo t shirts? as in it makes the wool fluffy in a way..pulls out the material on the polo t shirts...due to the material used...
doesnt have any effect on t shirts..only on polo t shirts..
I understand your point ; when I first started I couldn't get pass the pain of understanding why people pay so much for a camera bag ; that was until one day in a spur of the moment paid for a Hadley pro with Mr Chan. now years later ; after trying probably all the commonly known names and even branded (Gucci etc)(curious ma) I'm still sticking to Billingham.
Not to say other brands are not good ; but the design down to the size and depth of the pockets work for me in the Billingham
National Geographic NG A2560 - not really fancy, but very tough. I bought this for my bro when he go to Australia for studies. Really nice. If I have not forgotten, it is around 1xx to 2xx (should be 1xx). Anyway, can get this in TKfoto and other shops in Funan.
For my usual casual lighting shooting needs, I will normally just use a XS size Timbuk2 messanger bag. And I had recently added a Timbuk2 camera insert for the added protection. Able to carry a DSLR body, 2-3 small lenses, some small accessories and a 10" tablet. In a pinch I am able to squueze up to 1 DSLR body, 2 lenses, a flash, a small Sirui tripod, a 10" tablet and some small accessories. What I like about it, is that it doesn't look like a camera bag, it's just like any casual messenger bag, and it is not bulky to carry around.
Other than that, I have a Crumpler 5 million camera bag for those times when I need to carry more and another old Crumpler camera backpack which I had not used for quite a while as it is quite bulky.
Canon 650D|Panasonic LX3 / LX5
50mm f/1.8 | 85mm f/1.8 | 12-24mm f/4 | 28-75mm f/2.8
Check out think tank bags also. Wonderful bags that last a long long time.
Personally love the urban disguise series.
So MarkersNg, many people here share on the options Liao take your pick.
End of r day , last piece of advise is always try the bag physically before buying it. Remember u r buying a bag to lug your stuff, protect them and more importantly , allow u to retrieve your camera stuff easily. Any bag that fulfills these 3 should be good enough ; another lesson is more pockets doesn't mean better ; they have to be useful.
And if u don't mind pre-loved ; wait patiently on B n S for the billinghams to appear. I recently hooted a almost brand new Hadley pro with shoulder strap (actually mint) for <$300 , not very far off the budget.