Advise needed - Lowepro Steath Report for D300


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seaview

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Greetings.
i am a newbies.
i just bought a D300 with MB-D10. i am thinking of getting a smaller bag just enough to carry my D300+18-200VR+MB-D10. Lowepro Steath Reporter bag seems interesting for me but i wonder if you could advise which size is suitable?

Thanks
 

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Depends on how how many lens you're going to fit in. For me I'd used the D200 with 2 lens and lotsa bottled drinks, 300ma or sth should fit fine.But 200 is good too. I like 300... personal preferance, slot in cokes, gatorade, more gator, etc. 1 lens+flash 100 will do.
 

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Greetings.
i am a newbies.
i just bought a D300 with MB-D10. i am thinking of getting a smaller bag just enough to carry my D300+18-200VR+MB-D10. Lowepro Steath Reporter bag seems interesting for me but i wonder if you could advise which size is suitable?

Thanks
if it is simply JUST for d300+mb-d10+18-200, even the smallest 100 will do just nice but not much space for any other stuffs... anyway 200 and 300 is highly recommanded due to the more flexible size, 400 is just too large imho for such "basic" 1-2 lens setup
 

seaview

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thank you for your advise
 

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get the 200AW. enough to store your D300+18-200 with grip plus a flash and another lens etc. To be sure. bring your cam down to Cathay to try it out as this is the surest way to choose the right one.
 

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Personally i find the SR-300 more suitable..:think: good for 2 lens, 1 flash, 1 body w/ grip and some room for extra stuffs..
 

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