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    Hi guys,
    Thinking of getting a camera bag for my 350d. Would like to get some advise from u guys.
    Is there any brand i should go for??
    What do i have to look out for?
    Lastly, where can I get a good deal??
    Thanks guys.

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    Default Re: DSLR camera bag

    Quote Originally Posted by fude
    Hi guys,
    Thinking of getting a camera bag for my 350d. Would like to get some advise from u guys.
    Is there any brand i should go for??
    What do i have to look out for?
    Lastly, where can I get a good deal??
    Thanks guys.

    What is your budget?
    What kind of photography do you do?
    How much equipment do you intend to put inside?

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    Decide on these ...

    1) budget
    2) no of lens you hv / will hv (plan for at least 1-2 more lens)
    3) haversack or shoulders bags
    4) plan for ext flash etc
    5) you bringing out your tripod freq?
    6) space for some other misc items like water bottle and change of clothes etc
    7) do you need to access your camera fast?

    B&S in ClubSnap is a good place to find one. Be prepared to do homework first cos not nice to ask people out and then say dun want liao ...

    Get 2nd hand is always cheaper and allows you the flexibility to change / upgrade later at a lower cost.

    If you hv just one kit lens, simply get a toploader bag lar ... wait til you are more familiar with wat you like to take before upgrading ...

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    Hi All,

    I have seen someone using this Top Loading camera bag for his D70s , but i coundly catch wat brand is it. Its red and blue in color, anyone have any idea wat brand izzit? Tried seraching the net but could not find it too.

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    sounds like a crumpler burgie smuggler

    i also have one and it can hold a body, 2 lenses and a flash
    plus one pocket in front and one on top

    not too bad for a small setup

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    Default Re: DSLR camera bag

    Quote Originally Posted by ortega
    sounds like a crumpler burgie smuggler

    i also have one and it can hold a body, 2 lenses and a flash
    plus one pocket in front and one on top

    not too bad for a small setup
    Hi Ortega,

    I dunno if its a crumpler, but i dun see additional lense compartment for it. Have any idea any other brand has something like this and it top load?

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