Bags for Nikon 5000D


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Hi, asking a question for my friend here.

He's getting a Nikon 5000D soon, and it only comes with a 8GB memory card. He needs a bag as well, so any options for him?

Also, any tripod recommendations for 5000D?

Thanks in advance.
 

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Get the Rezo 190 AW Nikon bag then, try to find a dealer that would bundle it in. It's sufficiently big for a beginner's kit - DSLR and 1 or 2 medium to small lenses.

Alternatively, Lowepro Stealth Reporter 100 AWs(old model) are going cheap.
 

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First off, it's Nikon D5000.

Is he going to get a bag just to fit the camera with the attached lens, or does he want to carry any additional lenses?
 

Rashkae

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There are about 1000 "recommend a bag" threads here. Any will fit.
 

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Hi, asking a question for my friend here.

He's getting a Nikon 5000D soon, and it only comes with a 8GB memory card. He needs a bag as well, so any options for him?

Also, any tripod recommendations for 5000D?

Thanks in advance.
simple...how much he want to spend?
 

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Get him to try the bags out at a camera shop to see what he likes.For me, I only use 3 brands: Billingham,Domke and National Geographic.
Kata and Domke bags are really good bags for beginners as they are made very well with Kata being significantly cheaper.Thinktank is also very good but I only like their modular system.Lowepro is the absolute worst of the lot with bad build quality and ugly features and looks.They also SCREAM camera bag with their box-ish shape.The last brand, Crumpler is decent but not very smartly made with some stupid flaws such as gaps at the sides of their million dollar home series.
 

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:bsmilie: LOL :bsmilie:

why get a bag when your friend's objective is to buy D5000 to take photographs instead of keeping it in a bag :bsmilie: ... get a dry cabinet would be a better choice.
 

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to our dear friend PP: thanks for the info...and we know you are rich...:)

for ts: my suggestion is set a budget...if budget is not a prob....then go for high end...brands like our friend PP had recommend....if ur friend is like me....no $$..then no choice...find one that fits ur budget...go surf the webs for it....google for the different brands....confirm got state the features and the looks...happy buying...
 

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