View Poll Results: What sort of bag do you use?

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  • Back Pack

    25 27.17%
  • Sling Bag

    61 66.30%
  • Hardcase (Flight Case)

    0 0%
  • Others

    6 6.52%
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Thread: Camera Bags

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    Price is reasonable... IYO, will it carry what I have mind? - 1 Dynax 7 body with vertical grip plus 4 lens - 24-135 (77mm diameter) + 17-35mm (82mm diameter) + 100-400mm APO (72mm diameter) + 50mm (55mm diameter). As u can see, my lens are all very bulky...

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    I am not familiar with the lenses that you are using. But, you can probably carry body with a short lens attahed, and put two more lenses into it. The 100-400 should be quite long, and you can put into the Sideline Shooter. Maybe the Specialist 80AW + Deluxe S&F Belt or the new Specialist 85AW (comes with belt) is more suitable for you. But the Specialists are more expensive, probably about $150 each set.

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    Personally, I think back pack is more convenience. For sling bag, sometimes you stack 2 lens, one on top of the other (to max. the usage and also secure the lens). When there is a need to use the lens below, very troublesome.
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Helbreath
    wow this is something new...... never seen/heard before..... any idea how much this cost?

    It is not something new... Had been around for sometime...

    Just that not much people bought it. It should be selling slightly more expensive than minitrekker.

    CP should have it.

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    When I went to UK recently, I shoved a Lowepro Nova 2 inside my seasoned Deuter backpack. The Lowepro sits firmly taking up half the space inside the backpack leaving some room for snacks, clothing etc. I left the zippers of the Lowepro open for quick access to my cam. I think this is a cheap way of transporting equipment and it doesn't attract much attention until you pull out the camera.

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