Backpack for my needs...


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Crabby

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I am adding on 1 more lens to my collection in near future. Would like to change to a bigger Lowepro backpack or maybe crumpler to suit the usage. Any recommendations?

My lenses will be
EF-70-200 IS 2.8L
EF-17-85mm USM
EF-50 F1.8
20D body plus other accesories
EX 580 Flash
A tripod(maybe adding a Monopod soon)

These are the combo that I would like to have. From the website it is rather difficult to judge if the back pack is useful & easy access anot. And there too many selections which is quite difficult to choose. Where can I see any samples etc.

I would like to seek those who has used it & think that it is a good recommendation price is also a factor. Also is TK having the best price in SG? Where is it located?

Oh ya I am using Orion Trekker II right now. I think it have no space for the 70-200mm lens.

Thank you & genuine help would be appreciated.:)
 

FilterFunk

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sounds like the job of a Lowepro Minitrekker AW or if you really need ALOT of space, Lowepro Rover AW..

Crumpler options include Whiskey and Cox & Karachi Outpost (both with notebook option)

TK Foto is at Shaw Towers, Lvl 2.
 

wanzw

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if there are really too many lenses, you always have the option of getting lens cases to put them inside. i like mini trekker because the tripod holder really comes in handy at times.



this may give u a clearer picture. my 70-200 was attached to a LC.
 

syc77

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try the backpacks from ThinkTank
i'm using Airport Antidote
my Nikon equipment is about the same as ur.should b able to fit in all.
 

Crabby

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if there are really too many lenses, you always have the option of getting lens cases to put them inside. i like mini trekker because the tripod holder really comes in handy at times.



this may give u a clearer picture. my 70-200 was attached to a LC.
Guys, thankz for ur advices I will definitely go see this one... however, in ur case u seem to remove all the lenses from the body. I would like it be easy accessible when walking coz I travel alot. As this backpack seems like I have to put on the floor & access to the lens I want.

Is there anythink close to Orion TrekkerII but bigger compartment?

Will go TK & see see soon :) Thank again :thumbsup:

Oh ya... how much does this one cost?
 

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I am adding on 1 more lens to my collection in near future. Would like to change to a bigger Lowepro backpack or maybe crumpler to suit the usage. Any recommendations?

My lenses will be
EF-70-200 IS 2.8L
EF-17-85mm USM
EF-50 F1.8
20D body plus other accesories
EX 580 Flash
A tripod(maybe adding a Monopod soon)
I think Lowepro Minitrekker can fit all your items.

See mine setup :)
 

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