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guys, i'm looking for a backpack and so far visually the lowepro dryzone rover looks best... just wondering if there's any other alternative besides this $300 back pack...

i'll be carrying a 300mmF4, 17-50 2.8, 100mm 2.8, 85mm 1.8, 50mm 1.4 and a 70-200mm f4... some assorted filters a flash and finally a zen vison... :) oh yes my camera body 20d with grip

my needs will be for, occasional birding, wildlife and landscapes... i won't require a compartment for a lappy though...
 

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do you need complete water resistant? if not the trekker with the weather shield (cover) is good enough for rain protection..
 

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i suppose the more the bag provides the merrier it will be! anyway you mentioned trekker... what brand is it may i ask? just want to have a look at it on the internet first:)

do you need complete water resistant? if not the trekker with the weather shield (cover) is good enough for rain protection..
 

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