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    If I may suggest Domke F2,thugh it may be higher initial cost, but is worth while and will usually serve you a long long time. It is soft and even with min. equipment it fold-in nicely and it does not look big. When you have more equipment you do not have to reinvest in bag again.
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    There is a lowepro messengar bag available at cathy photo. It is can accomodate a camera, spare lens and flash. It is light, not bulky and easy to use.

    The only issue is that it is not well padded.

    See link below.

    http://www.cathayphoto.com.sg/offers...ra-bags?page=3

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    Any place carries both the lowepro slingshot and kata 3n1.
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    i will recommend billingham hadley pro for walkabouts.

    the amount of gear it can hold is just nice, won't kill you as a shoulder bag.

    even kittens love billingham.


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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    i will recommend billingham hadley pro for walkabouts.

    the amount of gear it can hold is just nice, won't kill you as a shoulder bag.

    even kittens love billingham.




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    the bag, yes.

    the kitten, no.

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    Hi, may I assume that the Billingham products are the cheapest when bought in the UK since it's based there? Compared to countries like SG/HK?

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    with current exchange rate, yes, it is cheap in uk.

    the pound is exceptionally weak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrimePhotog View Post
    A caveat:

    Bigger bags would make you carry more than what you actually need.
    The more unnecessary equipment with you, the less you focus on trying to make a good picture.

    It's okay to own every single camera and lens in the world. It isn't okay to carry all of them.
    True. If I bring more than one lens out, I would keep changing the lenses.

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