Tamrac VS Lowepro


dleugene

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I not sure if anyone compared the pro and con of both brand.

I am actually looking for a backpack to hold my Canon 450D + 3 lens + 430exII flash for travelling oversea.

Can the CSers please advise.:dunno::bigeyes::eek:
 

voxies09

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i am using fastpack 250 from lowerpro.. you might want to check fastpack 350..
 

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a comparision on 2 models from the different brands would be better, rather than comparing other brands as a whole.
 

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I not sure if anyone compared the pro and con of both brand.

I am actually looking for a backpack to hold my Canon 450D + 3 lens + 430exII flash for travelling oversea.

Can the CSers please advise.:dunno::bigeyes::eek:
both are generally the same to me.

lowepro has more padding though, i think.

this is like asking if canon or nikon are better.... duh.
 

dleugene

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i am using fastpack 250 from lowerpro.. you might want to check fastpack 350..
a comparision on 2 models from the different brands would be better, rather than comparing other brands as a whole.


Considering this 2 backpack at this moment.

1) Lowepro Fastpac 250
2) Tamrac Aero Speed Pack 85 Dual Access Photo/Laptop Backpack

Can CSer comment on the above 2 backpack?
 

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dleugene

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Still wondering which one is better?:dunno::bigeyes:
 

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im using fastpack 350 .... :thumbsup:

you will never know when u need the extra laptop compartment ... ;)
 

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In the US, can order both and return one or both if not happy at all.

what you can do is find shops that list both and try them out personally.

for all intents and purposes, the Fastpack is convenient as a sight seeing camera bag.

Might want to consider Think Tank as well as it as well as Lowepro since their distributors are within vicinity of Cityhall MRT which is convenient.
 

dleugene

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im using fastpack 350 .... :thumbsup:

you will never know when u need the extra laptop compartment ... ;)
Ohyah, laptop space. That should on of the thing to consider. thx.
But i heard fastpac not that water resistance.

In the US, can order both and return one or both if not happy at all.

what you can do is find shops that list both and try them out personally.

for all intents and purposes, the Fastpack is convenient as a sight seeing camera bag.

Might want to consider Think Tank as well as it as well as Lowepro since their distributors are within vicinity of Cityhall MRT which is convenient.
Lowepro -- Cathay Photo

Think Tank -- ??????
 

dleugene

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tk foto for think tank. funan.
New shop @ funan 2nd storey?

Think Tank, Lowepro, Tamrac
How good is it in terms of water resistance without rain coat?:dunno::dunno::dunno::dunno:
 

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New shop @ funan 2nd storey?

Think Tank, Lowepro, Tamrac
How good is it in terms of water resistance without rain coat?:dunno::dunno::dunno::dunno:
depends on the bag.

billingham 100% rainproof. without raincoat. :lovegrin:
 

night86mare

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Jia Luck......more and more poison liao........

Whole range of billingham?
should be, all made the same way what.

plus versus lowepro and tamrac and thinktank....... no need zips, no need velcro

you can open your bag anywhere you want without worrying that people will look at you like you killed a koala
 

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Orh.

Hmm... no wonder so ex :sweat: I feel like buying Gucci or LV like that. ;p
i don't know, it is a good buy if you're anal about bags. :)

i've used many shoulder bags before, the hadley pro is something that i'm willing to use for life. :thumbsup:
 

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