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    how about tripod?

    I owned velbon ultra maxi L, folded height is only around 37cm & managed to fit inside my sling 'non cam' bag & inside my bag are 1 cam bag that only fit 1 camera with lens and two lenses that i put inside the lens pouch. It's quite tight and abit messy, also abit troublesome when changging the lens.

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    I remember OP used to carry padded orange inserts, about S$20-30 I think. Can check with them. Has been quite a while, so not sure if they still carry them

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    Quote Originally Posted by midicity View Post
    I remember OP used to carry padded orange inserts, about S$20-30 I think. Can check with them. Has been quite a while, so not sure if they still carry them
    OP is selling it at $20/-

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    got the inserts from OP some weeks ago.. $25..

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    Default Re: Looking for an inconspicuous camera bag.

    I like using a lens pouch for smaller cameras and a Toploader for slr's
    shaddap and just shoot .... up close
    Walkeast

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    Quote Originally Posted by ed9119 View Post
    ever wonder why most dedicated camera bags use buckles and velcro instead of zippers ?(and when zippers are used, they are usually in a position that tries to avoid contact with equiptment ) (except maybe the quick access zip on something like the Stealth Reporter)

    u need to be careful taking your camera and lens in/out of this bag..........that zipper might scratch the camera body/lens if not careful

    still.... nice bag ......... and that insert is really sweet !
    ed9119... Thanks for the remined.
    So far been using it for almost 1 year so far no problem or scratches on my equipment.


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    Hi!

    Thanks for the link, but rakuten ships their products to Singapore?
    Or you use Vpost account isit?
    I dont know. you can try their English website.

    Quote Originally Posted by salvator View Post
    Rubber_duck,

    I really like your messenger bag. Sadly, couldn't find it.
    Thanks....
    Actually I had upgrade to another messenger bag.
    for the porter I'm giving away to my bro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tecnica View Post


    got the inserts from OP some weeks ago.. $25..
    COOL.!!!!

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    here is my new messenger bag.

    is bigger than my porter bag...

    list of Equipments
    Canon 7D
    10-22mm f3.5 USM
    24-70mm f2.8mm
    70-200mm f2.8 IS USM
    85mm f1.2 USM
    14inch note book.

    other stuffs will be like; filters, cleaning kits, blower and etc.

    on the both side I still have rooms to put a water bottle and etc.






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    ^ nice setup..
    but doesn't it hurt ur shoulder, since u carry heavy bag over the same shoulder?
    I mean, the weight is on one side of the body, giving an unbalance distribution which results to pain on the part which carriers the weight of the bag.

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    Default Re: Looking for an inconspicuous camera bag.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rubber_Duck View Post
    here is my new messenger bag.



    on the both side I still have rooms to put a water bottle and etc.


    Is that the Canon 70-200 coffee mug ?
    shaddap and just shoot .... up close
    Walkeast

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    Quote Originally Posted by ed9119 View Post
    Is that the Canon 70-200 coffee mug ?
    to continue press hex key , to return to main menu press star

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    holy mama, that's one heavy sling bag!

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    Quote Originally Posted by flintflameinferno View Post
    ^ nice setup..
    but doesn't it hurt ur shoulder, since u carry heavy bag over the same shoulder?
    I mean, the weight is on one side of the body, giving an unbalance distribution which results to pain on the part which carriers the weight of the bag.
    thanks!!!
    I don't really carry all of it.
    Just to show how big is the bag and capacity.
    The strap is very wide and well padded but I still able to switch on either side of my shoulder. Thank for ur concern.

    Quote Originally Posted by ed9119 View Post
    Is that the Canon 70-200 coffee mug ?

    oh no..!!!! U notice that!!!!

    Actually is a dummy.....lol...

    Quote Originally Posted by garagez View Post
    very funny.....

    Quote Originally Posted by tecnica View Post
    holy mama, that's one heavy sling bag!
    actually I also saw other ppl carry Big domke shoulder bag
    with heavy gears...i think mine is still normal case.

    Btw, my 7D is with BG.... Forgot to mention that...
    Last edited by Rubber_Duck; 17th June 2010 at 01:50 PM.

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    I'm using the following...

    (1) black domke F3 shoulder bag
    (2) wonderful 3737 shoulder bag
    (3) black crumpler pretty boy sling bag
    (4) dirty green crumpler western lawn with inserts

    Looking to sell a few others
    (1) crumpler canon eos 5mdh
    (2) nikon domke f3 replica copy

    I think they're fairly inconspicuous enough... though some will disagree
    Last edited by niwdehos; 19th June 2010 at 11:27 AM.
    Unobtrusive, detached, yet close...

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