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    Hi Guys,

    Barang-barang as follows:
    D90 body
    Tamron 28-75 & 17-50 f2.8
    Nikon 50 f1.8
    Nikon 70-200 f2.8 vr1
    SB600

    I am looking for shoulder bags only which is comfy and can nicely fit all of my items.
    I am thinking about crumpler 7 million dollar
    Any bags to recommend other than crumpler 7 million dollar baby?
    Just any other camera, flash and lens

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    Thinktank Urban Disguise 40/50

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    get a backbag~ Too heavy to sling...

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    Quote Originally Posted by erictay2000 View Post


    Hi Guys,

    Barang-barang as follows:
    D90 body
    Tamron 28-75 & 17-50 f2.8
    Nikon 50 f1.8
    Nikon 70-200 f2.8 vr1
    SB600

    I am looking for shoulder bags only which is comfy and can nicely fit all of my items.
    I am thinking about crumpler 7 million dollar
    Any bags to recommend other than crumpler 7 million dollar baby?
    With all these loaded fully, you are gonna break your shoulder
    Get a backpack

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    Quote Originally Posted by erictay2000 View Post


    Hi Guys,

    Barang-barang as follows:
    D90 body
    Tamron 28-75 & 17-50 f2.8
    Nikon 50 f1.8
    Nikon 70-200 f2.8 vr1
    SB600

    I am looking for shoulder bags only which is comfy and can nicely fit all of my items.
    I am thinking about crumpler 7 million dollar
    Any bags to recommend other than crumpler 7 million dollar baby?
    thats a lot of long lenses. might want to look at the domke line of canvas bags. domke bags will outlast whatever crumpler has to offer.
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    i agreed with the guyz.
    ur shoulder is not going to last.

    7 million dollar bag has poor paddings for the shoulder, i know cos i used to own 2, but sold them off.
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    I am thinking about shoulder bags cos for convenience during travelling as i am having a backpack as my luggage already
    Mostly have leave out some lens during travelling to avoid taxing load on shoulder

    Any shoulder bags with good padded strap?
    I saw from shasinki.com and yamiya.com.my that there is better padded shoulder strap such as Matin and Kata (one of it is neoprene made soft material)

    Anyone tried the padded shoulder strap from Matin or Kata?
    Anywhere in sg I can find that?
    Just any other camera, flash and lens

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    I have Crumpler 7M it will fit in nicely, but i suggest lowepro stealth series. It is fantastic after testing my friends D650, Im looking for one now =)
    D300/700/3S|14-24|24-70|70-200|17-55|16|14|24PC|28|50|85|105M|135DC|500|18-200|24-120|200-400|T11-16

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    I use this shoulder bag for serious outings (and only if I drive, otherwise it's too freaking heavy):

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...Tango_Bag.html

    http://www.cambags.com/nikon/d70/sho...ngo_frames.htm

    Usually I only carry the National Geographic backpack.
    http://www.amazon.com/National-Geogr.../dp/B001UJ4ED4

    It's more than enough for 1 body and 3 small-medium size lenses.
    Mamiya 7 + 43mm + 150mm + a compact
    or
    5dmkii 12-24 + TSE 45mm + 135 f/2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reportage View Post
    thats a lot of long lenses. might want to look at the domke line of canvas bags. domke bags will outlast whatever crumpler has to offer.
    hmm which domke can fit the 70200 nicely? it's sticking out on my f2. lol

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    Billingham/Thinktank series is nice and comfortable..
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    Quote Originally Posted by wdEvA View Post
    hmm which domke can fit the 70200 nicely? it's sticking out on my f2. lol
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    I've previously own a Crumpler, a Lower pro and a think thank. I still think Kata make the most ergonomic and toughest bags out there. Based on their origins of developing military equipment, I trust them to hold my gear.

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    A late reply but i recommend the urban disguise 35 thinktank. It can hold your d90 with 70-200 attached and swallow the rest of your gears nicely plus u can still throw in a 13" laptop. But as they said, your shoulder will be in for a "treat". maybe cross slinging the bag will lessen the strain.

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