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    Ditto. I only have one backpack in the collection now, but 3 shoulder bags. Still don't have a Domke though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eileenksj View Post
    cannot mount tripod. but i improvise. get a hook and hook in front.
    Hmm, sounds good but where do the legs of the tripod get anchored?

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    Lowepro Slingshot is nice. Its easier to access than backpacks caus the opening is at the side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Racing Turtle View Post
    Am looking for a backpack, and the the Lowepro Fastpack seems like a good design, but someone mention that it was awkward? would i be better off with something like the regular Tamron Adventure series design or Lowepro's Computrekker?
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    Could explain more about why you find the Fastpack awkward? I've been using it for quite a while now and how no problems with it at all other than a lack of a tripod holder.
    There're no inherent design flaws in the Fastpack... it's just me. I thought I could get used to swinging it around to access my gears from the side, but realise I'm no gymnast! Personally I prefer a more "regular" bag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grey Knight View Post
    I'm intending to put in it a E520 , the kit lens and the 40-150 ( if all goes according to plan)
    any extra would be nice but the bag must allow me to get the equipment quicky (do not want to miss shots )

    how about the Inverse 200 ? so sad no1 commented on it
    better dun get inverse 200. I saw someone damage his 72mm B+W<--- not worth.

    unless you go army market and change the main buckle. then it is ok...

    but in design wise, it look like a big butt to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by egnaro View Post
    better dun get inverse 200. I saw someone damage his 72mm B+W<--- not worth.

    unless you go army market and change the main buckle. then it is ok...

    but in design wise, it look like a big butt to me.
    Which main buckle, and how does one damage a filter via a bag?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by calebk View Post
    Which main buckle, and how does one damage a filter via a bag?!
    yes. the buckle is soft so accidentally release buckle is pretty high. if you can catch it, u are lucky, if not good luck.

    my frz inverse 200 drop a few time, few time manage to catch it, drop twice on the floor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by egnaro View Post
    yes. the buckle is soft so accidentally release buckle is pretty high. if you can catch it, u are lucky, if not good luck.

    my frz inverse 200 drop a few time, few time manage to catch it, drop twice on the floor.

    pm me for more infor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by egnaro View Post
    yes. the buckle is soft so accidentally release buckle is pretty high. if you can catch it, u are lucky, if not good luck.

    my frz inverse 200 drop a few time, few time manage to catch it, drop twice on the floor.

    pm me for more infor.
    OH..you're talking about the waistbelt buckle! Didn't realise earlier.

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