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    The Crumpler Whickey and Cox would be good for ur stuff. Can put in the laptop and its well padded. Cost $255 at tkphoto.
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    Lowepro still has the compudaypack too. This is more suitable for travelling around the city, but not for hiking. It's quite comfy.

    See here: http://les-revues.blogspot.com/2009/...pudaypack.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by geraldkhoo View Post
    What you can try is to get a Crumpler messenger bag which can hold your laptop, then go to Orient Photo and buy the orange colored padded insert ($25) and put it in your Crumpler.

    I've done this for my Crumpler Dreadful Embarassment bag, and love it

    The insert also helps me organize my bag better...
    Here's a pic of what I was talking about...



    Inside the bag, you can find the following:
    1. 15.4 inch laptop
    2. D70s with Tamron 17-50 attached to it (face down)
    3. A 3-fold umbrella
    4. 3 books
    5. A pencil case
    6. A blower
    7. A lenspen
    8. A SB-600 flash
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    Quote Originally Posted by geraldkhoo View Post
    Here's a pic of what I was talking about...



    Inside the bag, you can find the following:
    1. 15.4 inch laptop
    2. D70s with Tamron 17-50 attached to it (face down)
    3. A 3-fold umbrella
    4. 3 books
    5. A pencil case
    6. A blower
    7. A lenspen
    8. A SB-600 flash
    interesting...

    i din know messenger bag can...

    Stress Man @ work... :bigeyes:

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    Think Tank Photo Urban Disguise 50 I think can fit 15 inch laptop. I;m using UD35 with 12 inch lapto. very convenient for work.
    Shahrul Esa

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    finally got 1 Crumpler messenger bag.. now it's time to get the orange padded insert

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