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    Cool Photographer's best friend.


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    Quote Originally Posted by fude
    Looks dangerous, esp. in Singapore. Let's say you photo shoot in a crowded place like Orchard Road. Suddenly stomach ache. Then how? Here bicycles double, triple chained also can get stolen. Never mind a soft body bag.

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    Thanks for sharing, it is interesting..
    wondering what bag is that, since the blogger didn't mention it and don't have close up photos of the bag.
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    look dangerous if the bike fall, all those glasses inside is heartpain...

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    Definitely a good idea, better than using car to get around. Personally I find the bag a bit too big, too much stuffs for street photography, imho.
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    wah thanks for sharing! hahaha
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    Wow it's a nice idea but who actually uses it? This qn remain unanswered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silverback84 View Post
    Wow it's a nice idea but who actually uses it? This qn remain unanswered.
    Totally Agreed!!! ..
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    This makes you cycling alot easier.. rather than having a sling bag or back bag on..but looks more dangerous. for example if u crash.. u cant use yourself to shield those equipment and theft also. Another point is .. that is alot of gear.. how many would actually carry their whole dry cabinet out for shooting or even to have so many equipment..not cool..

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    i'll wait for the person to stop, unzip the bag and then watch the hilarity that ensues when the person rides off

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    I did this on my brompton though i got a carry me bike as well ..
    If the photo i took is 1% unclear, I will rather delete .. www.flickr.com/photos/59837685@N03/

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