Anyone got good recommendation for a camera backpack?


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The_Cheat

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It depends on what kind of gear you have, and how much you're willing to spend...
 

ck71

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currently just D70 with kit len, planning to get 2 more lens and a tripod. hopefully can get a bag below $100
 

AhV

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you can consider the following if u stretch to about $150 :

1. Popular Lowepro Mini Trekker - (non-AW/ AW)

2. Rare Tatonka Equipment Pack S - (non-AW)

I hope these help :) The rest of the backpacks may be too big for you. If u cant stretch your budget, get a used one at B & S. I remembered some1 was selling item 1 recently.
 

The_Cheat

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If it's just D70 + 1 or 2 lenses, then Lowepro Micro Trekker would be enough. It's less than $100 too. You could check it up at CP.

If you wish to have a slightly bigger bag, you could consider a Lowepro Mini Trekker as well. It's slightly more than $100 brand new. Check it up at CP too!
 

F5user

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You might want to check out the Tamrac Explorer series... (mini backpacks)

Looks kinda cute to me, but it handles well, and is $@!@!$$@! Durable

I've used mine for over 6 yrs now, through rain, snow, and my last 2 reservist call ups. (heheheh, up and down peng kang quite a bit, covering saf newsletter.)
and it's not like the made in china lowerpro series... it's made in usa, and the u CAN feel the difference.


Only drawback is that only Pro foto carries them if i'm not wrong, showroom in plaza sing has them the last time i went 3 mths ago. It may be slightly more expensive but it's worth the investment to your equipment.

good luck
 

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