Help : Crumpler stamp claimer to fit a DSLR


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petetherock

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Hi friends
I inherited an old model Crumpler called stamp claimer recently, and I will be checking out some DSLRs, the bag isn't here with me, but I was hoping the pros here can advise if this wil fit a DSLR with say the 18-135 or 18-200mm attached to the body, plus a charger and battery plus some memory cards and maybe a polariser + blower / cloth.
Thanks so much.

This is a pic of it, but the lens isn't attached:
http://www.digitalcamerawarehouse.com.au/prod2913.htm
 

wahZe

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Note the dimension of the bag stated on that website.

Now, go measure the dimensions of the stuff that you have mentioned that you want to put inside.

Do some calculations.

Is the total dimension of your "stuff" more than the dimension of the bag?
Yes - they/it will not fit
No - they/it will fit

Anyway, wrong place to ask such question. This is the Nikon thread. :)
 

jeff3tan

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Hi friends
I inherited an old model Crumpler called stamp claimer recently, and I will be checking out some DSLRs, the bag isn't here with me, but I was hoping the pros here can advise if this wil fit a DSLR with say the 18-135 or 18-200mm attached to the body, plus a charger and battery plus some memory cards and maybe a polariser + blower / cloth.
Thanks so much.

This is a pic of it, but the lens isn't attached:
http://www.digitalcamerawarehouse.com.au/prod2913.htm
Which DSLR are u having?

Stamp cannot fit most DSLR with any of the zoom but if u are lucky enough you can have a D40 with a 50mm and squeeze it in like a bar chang like that ..!

Usually people use the Crumpler Stamp to hold a FZ 5/7. Nothing more than that.
 

zac08

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Dude... wrong forum, this belongs to the General, Reviews, Tech Talk sub-forum.
 

petetherock

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Thanks for highlighting my erroneous post and thank you bro jeff3tan for trying to answer my question.
Apologies
 

littlejt

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hmm yea from the looks of it it seems for only prosumer cams + some accessories.

if you wanna get a CRUMPLER photog bag, get the 6/7 million dollar home.

i think its rather spacious, i use it to cary around my cam and some clothes + waterbottle or my cam + laptop+ books.
 

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I have a stamp claimer and a D70s w/kit lens. It does not really fit it. You can squeeze the D70s into it but it will be tight. The D70s is too tall to fit. But I will imagine you can fit a D50 or D40 into it with a 18-70 without any issue. I think you may do it with a 18-135. There will be just enough space for a small lens like a 50mm, but not enough for the 70-300G. There is an external pocket that should fit your small items but there is no way to fit a SB600 or similar to it.
 

petetherock

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I just got my D80 and a 18-200mm VR, it fits snugly into this bag, plus a polariser and spare batt, and blower.

Cheers

P
 

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