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    Never had this issue

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    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    Its a wonderful bag. Used it this recent entire trip. Saved my shoulders!
    if I buy it, finance minister will declare state of emergency.... -_-""

    Must do it subtley....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cowseye View Post
    if I buy it, finance minister will declare state of emergency.... -_-""

    Must do it subtley....
    i also facing same problem with my cabinet, need share tips to smuggle in... First, no tags, no wraps, no receipt..

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    Receipt.... u better keep it. Subtley of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by labla View Post
    Hi all,

    I have got a question.

    Would anyone recommend me a camera bag that I could put documents, preferably A4 size and a 14 inch laptop + my camera which is a 40D with a battery grip and 3 other lenses, longest being the 70-200 f/4 IS?

    I have looked at some,

    KATA 3N1-33 series,
    Nat Geo Walk About Collection 5070; and
    The Nat Geo NG A5270.

    Any comments?

    Thank you in advance.
    I just kope a Manfrotto Unica V off B&S for a steal, it's an option for you.

    It's a shoulder bag though, so might not be as easy to carry around, but definitely shoulder bags are much easier when it comes to changing lenses.

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    Just got my TTHD 2days ago from OP (last piece) and now using it to travel, really good and useful.....love that feel

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    my vote for thinktank too... comfort and will not kill your shoulder from aching. Can put alot of equipments yet you wont feel much load on your shoulder. Price for the bags are standard at all outlets so depend on whether they will give any discount.

    Better go down and try before you get it. The hard drive series seem very popular and some outlets are out of stock.
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    i think the nat geo 5070 will be a good choice.. its nice but a bit pricy tho..

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    Quote Originally Posted by doubleace View Post
    my vote for thinktank too... comfort and will not kill your shoulder from aching. Can put alot of equipments yet you wont feel much load on your shoulder. Price for the bags are standard at all outlets so depend on whether they will give any discount.

    Better go down and try before you get it. The hard drive series seem very popular and some outlets are out of stock.
    One shop in SLS quote at ridiculous price of $320 for this bag, it's not OP or AP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cowseye

    One shop in SLS quote at ridiculous price of $320 for this bag, it's not OP or AP.
    Wow...u must look like a Robert ..lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Berkins View Post
    Wow...u must look like a Robert ..lol
    -_-" Dun chop me...

    They got a cold shrug and walk away from me.

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    haha. i called up TK and OP before buying. they quoted the same price. so i bought it. at TK. for $238. gosh. $320?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309
    haha. i called up TK and OP before buying. they quoted the same price. so i bought it. at TK. for $238. gosh. $320?
    Wah!! Got $1 discount! Unfair!! Lol
    I tot TTHD is standard price $239?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309 View Post
    haha. i called up TK and OP before buying. they quoted the same price. so i bought it. at TK. for $238. gosh. $320?
    How to get 1 dollar discount? They quote me all RRP... Looking for another TT sling bag, the TTHD too big to bring out for shooting here. TT bag very poisonous
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    normally on the price will show on the tag of the bag if dont have they can just anyhow quote you. So becareful not to give carrot to them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doubleace
    normally on the price will show on the tag of the bag if dont have they can just anyhow quote you. So becareful not to give carrot to them.
    As long as you do ur homework, know the price, u will not get con easily, watch out for some so call reputable stores too, their knives are much well hidden with the big shop front and good sales tactics.
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    For small shoots equipment is transported in SKB cases (think Pelican cases, but better), and within the cases/case are ThinkTank bags for on-location shooting.

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    i dunno. the guy quoted me $238.

    and i heard that the price is controlled tightly by TT

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    thinktank hard drive is $238 standard.

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    Really, I'm getting $239 everywhere
    Except the $320 case of course..
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