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    Default Re: Small camera bag recommendations .

    A LowePro TLZ 2 for $50 from Orient Photo.

    Can squeeze in a 75-300 and a 18-55 with 500D and battery grip in it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by loozhengyuan View Post
    Okay , first off please pardon me if this is posted in the wrong section .

    Yeah , okay . Im looking for small bag for me keep my dslr when carrying around school or small functions . Dont have to put accessories , just the camera itself can already . Hmm , just wanna keep low profile when not using . Any solutions or camera bag/pouch/toploader you can recommend me ? I have a real tight budget , less than $100 .

    Hope you can help , thanks so much .
    I also recommend 4MDH, can fit your D90 with 18-200 and also a small 35/1.8.

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    billingham hadley small.

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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    billingham hadley small.
    Budget less than $100. Can get?
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    Billingham leh.. How to be below $100?

    But TS can consider this, why?

    Spend abit more and get a better one.. Which I feel u can use it longer.

    One example:

    when I was primary 6, my dad bought me a crumpler backpack. For $175.

    I'm still using it even though I'm secondary 4 now..

    Here's my calculation:

    bag cost: $175.

    2006 - 2010 -> 4 years.

    4 years of usage -> $175
    1 year of usage -> $43.75 !

    One year I'm paying $43.75 for it..

    My friends did not wanna get crumpler cos they feel that it's too pricy, end up they buy bags like Zinc, Nike , Everlast.. Which is around $60-70.

    So if TS buys a bag like say $250. Billingham..
    Use it for 5 years and pay $50 a year compared to other brands which I would say it's more cheaper.

    Depreciation rate is also lower as you can see in the Buy Sell section where a billingham still hold it's value at around 250-400 bucks..

    Unlike crumpled whereby a 5mdh cost $100 brand new where u can sell it for like $75-85 ? Single buckle version for like $50-65 ? .
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    Default Re: Small camera bag recommendations .

    Quote Originally Posted by Xiao_shin View Post
    Budget less than $100. Can get?
    Fake one can

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xiao_shin View Post
    Budget less than $100. Can get?
    depends on who the seller is, if they are GWC and you are XMM, can get for free.

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