What Camera Bag???


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alvinls

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What Camera Bag will fit:

D80 + 17-50 + 50-150 + SB600 and some accessories

Looking for either a backpack or a sling.

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w_chiang

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lowepro fastpack 250.
Just bought one.
Like it , but a tad bit heavy
 

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Think a Lowepro Slingshot 200AW should do the trick :)
or maybe a Slingshot 300AW if you think you'll be expanding your gear in the future :D

cheers,
Trent
 

imvane

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Or if you are going to bring along your laptop, the National Geographic Earth Explorer series is quite a good rough and about bag, that will carry all your necessary camera components as well.
 

calebk

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What Camera Bag will fit:

D80 + 17-50 + 50-150 + SB600 and some accessories
almost any medium sized shoulder bag or small backpack will.

Looking for either a backpack or a sling.
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As you can see, from these criteria, your choices aren't exactly narrowed down.

What I can suggest is bring your gear to a shop, and see which bag you like. Additional criteria such as "don't want the bag to look like a camera bag" or "quick access is a must" goes a long way to narrowing down your choices.
 

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Hihi,

I suggest the following:-

Slings
a) Crumpler 5~7 Million Dollar: the not so "camera bag" bag
=> Depending on your gear, you might consider buying a bigger on to future proof.

Backpack
b) Tamrac Adventure 7: Just Lenses only
c) Tamrac Adventure 9: If you think you ever need the laptop in your gear, this is the one.
 

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F6 is nice!

F2 is rather big...something more fitting would be the F3-X or F-3XB.
But he may upgrade his equiptment and then he will have to buy another bag.:bsmilie:.Anyways,domke is an excellent choice
 

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