Looking for an ideal bag


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Hi,

Does anyone of you know which is the smallest bag I could find in the market that could fit a SLR, a Tripod and maybe one or two lens?

Looking forward for any suggestion and advice.

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Hi,

Does anyone of you know which is the smallest bag I could find in the market that could fit a SLR, a Tripod and maybe one or two lens?

Looking forward for any suggestion and advice.

:)
To fit a Tripod? :bigeyes:
Which tripod you are using, because it's the most bulky thing in your systems.
 

Rashkae

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Most camera bags will have external straps for attaching tripods.
 

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The title doesn't make sense. If there was an ideal bag, we wouldn't have so many.

In any case, you haven't provided enough info. Lens? How big? How long? A 300 mm lens needs a bigger bag than a 35 mm lens.

How well padded do you want your bag? Do you want shoulder, hip bag or backpack? Etc.
 

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well i'm sorry. i should have provided more info than that.

currently, i'm having a manfrotto 725B tripod, a 50mm and 18-135mm lens, including my camera in my package. and i'm looking for a backpack, but most of them i've seen are really big.
so i wanna know if there's a "not-so_bulky" backpack available out there which could fit my package.

thanks and regards.
 

Leong23

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Most of the bag look bulky because of the padding.
The best is you bring your gear down to the shop to try out.

CP & TK carry a wide range of bags.
 

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hi,
the smallest backpack that i've seen is the Lowepro MicroTrekker 100. You might want to take a look at it one of the photo stores.
 

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The Lowepro MicroTrekker 100 does not have the means to hold the tripod. The next closest will the the MiniTrekker 100 which includes the tripod holder.
 

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This is the smallest backpack I have. Not some big brandname product but able to put in a SLR/DSLR, a couple of lenses and filters. and side straps on one side to tie a monopod or small tripod. It has shoulder strap and also back straps, so it can be carried both ways. The shoulder strap is ok but the back straps are a bit thin therefore making carrying long hours a little uncomfortable. Got it a few years back from 'The Camera Workshop'.

 

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I suggest the Lowepro Slingshot 100. But would have to think of a way to secure the tripod.
 

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if i am not wrong, Kenko promoted a bag with a small 4 section tripod, can carry 1 SLR and 2lenses. the brand is called Aosta, sold in Japan about JPY2800, including th tripod, it is compact and convenient! but can't be found in Singapore!
 

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Hi,

Does anyone of you know which is the smallest bag I could find in the market that could fit a SLR, a Tripod and maybe one or two lens?

Looking forward for any suggestion and advice.

:)
if you dun intend to bring a tripod, billingham shoulder bags is a good bag and last really long. it is pricey though, but worth it. just like B+W versus hoya UV filter.
 

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