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    but i must say..the Crumpler does have a good protection..other than the material issue...its a pretty nice bags..
    used from 5 mdh..6mdh..7mdh..then backpacks..then stopped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hinata76 View Post
    but i must say..the Crumpler does have a good protection..other than the material issue...its a pretty nice bags..
    used from 5 mdh..6mdh..7mdh..then backpacks..then stopped.
    yup +1 for crumpler... currently im using the 5mdh also. haha can only say its worth the penny =D though its getting smaller for me now haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyorange

    yup +1 for crumpler... currently im using the 5mdh also. haha can only say its worth the penny =D though its getting smaller for me now haha
    5MDH damn small leh ! Not even a4 paper's width i think ...

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    Take a look at the Kata R-103 too.

    http://www.kata-bags.com/productFRM2...&Version=Photo

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    ever consider: lowepro compuday photo 150
    is using a digital camera that works ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by xtemujin View Post
    Think Tank has better shoulder strap design and material. I've both the Kata DR467 and TT HD. HTH.
    Think Tank Streetwalker HD. i'm using it too. 14" notebook with adaptor. 1 flash, 4 lenses, filters and tripods can all go into it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hinata76 View Post
    but i must say..the Crumpler does have a good protection..other than the material issue...its a pretty nice bags..
    used from 5 mdh..6mdh..7mdh..then backpacks..then stopped.
    Quote Originally Posted by luckyorange View Post
    yup +1 for crumpler... currently im using the 5mdh also. haha can only say its worth the penny =D though its getting smaller for me now haha
    Quote Originally Posted by AkemiOgre View Post
    5MDH damn small leh ! Not even a4 paper's width i think ...
    Crumpler's actually a photographer's nightmare. i would say the slings are good, but can't store much. for the backpacks, they're a headache to access. if you need the speed and such, go for Think Tank or Kata.

    sorry crumpler users... Crumpler's just too overpriced and not that friendly to use.

    but if u're talking about slings, i converted a waterproof Timbuk2 into a camera bag using matin inserts. i can hold my notebook, along with 1 flash and camera body. also space enough for 3 other lenses including a 70-200

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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309 View Post
    Think Tank Streetwalker HD. i'm using it too. 14" notebook with adaptor. 1 flash, 4 lenses, filters and tripods can all go into it.
    Bro, you bite the bullet and pay $239 for it? Or got special lobang?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cowseye

    Bro, you bite the bullet and pay $239 for it? Or got special lobang?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cowseye

    Bro, you bite the bullet and pay $239 for it? Or got special lobang?
    I bite the bullet for the streetwalker pro when I imagine the sweat and grime seeping into a pre-owned bag

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    Quote Originally Posted by spree86

    I bite the bullet for the streetwalker pro when I imagine the sweat and grime seeping into a pre-owned bag
    Lol, good one.
    The bullet will be right in the heart if I buy the harddrive...
    Pro just miss the laptop compartment that I want.... Sigh
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    the price of think tank bags are controlled. at least that's what the guy told me. called up many shops LOL

    can't go any lower.

    but there might be others selling lower.

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    I got my TT Streetwaler Harddrive 2nd Hand for 200. The nice seller said not use and brand new, bought on impulse. The bag look very new and still smell new inside haha.

    Very good bag, but I got too little camera things to put inside. 1 body, 2 lens (will be getting a grip and flash soon). I used it mostly when I travelling back home or oversea (around once a month), useful for short trip, can load laptop, ipad, cables and stuff, with some clothing for the trip. One bag just carry and go, no need wait for luggage after landing, save a LOT of time if you travel often.

    Some airline let you carry one cabin sizel trolley luggage bag, and the TTHD as laptop bag. But some don't, depend on the staff I think.
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    Thinktank Streetwalker Hard Drive out of stock in TK liao. Temporary cure for my BBB virus
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tucksoon View Post
    Thinktank Streetwalker Hard Drive out of stock in TK liao. Temporary cure for my BBB virus
    Asked the sales at TK yesterday, need to wait till next month.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by NikF601 View Post
    Asked the sales at TK yesterday, need to wait till next month.....
    Ya lor. Not sure where can buy? Maybe John 3:16 or OP? Or save $ first? Hehe
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tucksoon View Post
    Ya lor. Not sure where can buy? Maybe John 3:16 or OP? Or save $ first? Hehe
    Try Orient Photo

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    There are still shops that has it. But I still cannot bite the bullet....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cowseye View Post
    There are still shops that has it. But I still cannot bite the bullet....
    Its a wonderful bag. Used it this recent entire trip. Saved my shoulders!

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    i've got kata 3n1-33 and a lowepro passport sling. Using the passport sling as my everyday bag. As for your usage, u can get a padded insert for your camera and put it in a normal backpack? That's what I do with my passport sling's inserts when i need to carry A4 docs around.

    The Kata 3n1-33 is more suited for traveling (holidays). IMHO.

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