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    Default Re: Camera Bag (side Sling)

    Quote Originally Posted by redmonsoon View Post
    lowepro inverse 100/200?
    Can pick up cheaper from BnS
    not sure its the best option though. Using inverse 100 now. Facing same problem as TS as my gf complain it looks ugly too haha maybe its the ladies' taste.

    The National Geographic bags looks not bad too. Might be considering them Anyway they are on display at the vivo city showroom. If I dun remember wrongly should be less then $150.

    http://www.video-direct.com/accessor...40-sachel.html

    http://www.video-direct.com/accessor...60-sachel.html

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    Default Re: Camera Bag (side Sling)

    Quote Originally Posted by jlpk007 View Post
    Any place to recommend for side sling camera bag?
    I am currently the Canon bag (black colour with red logo) that comes with my 450D.looking for a replacement as my gf always complain that bag is "ugly"...
    I have only the kit lens at the moment.

    Thanks!
    billingham hadley pro.

    you will pay a bit more, but it is worth it. there are many benefits.

    however, if you do not think the benefits worth it, then don't buy it.

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    Default Re: Camera Bag (side Sling)

    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    billingham hadley pro.

    you will pay a bit more, but it is worth it. there are many benefits.

    however, if you do not think the benefits worth it, then don't buy it.
    love billingham but the price is too high for me..guess i will stick with my canon bag for the time being
    OLympus EP3 17mm..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cartman2000 View Post
    The red bag looks ridiculous, and it doesn't even have a Crumpler logo on the front
    I so agree with you!

    To pay 100+ for a Crumpler that doesn't have their logo on the bag is a little too much for me.

    I just got the 4 Million Dollar Home (wanted the 2 million dollar home, but was a tight fit for my Canon 500d), it has enough pockets and space for a DSLR and lens and flash (I only have the camera and the lens that came with the camera, which you guys call it 'KIT"? Sorry, newbie to the terms). It cost me $102.


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