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Old 27-10-2008, 22:12   #1 (permalink)
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lost in camera bags

im looking for a new camera bag atm i have a lowerpro bag that is just big enough for the canon 350 with the 18-55mm lens attached. i have just ordered my canon 40d, so need something a bit bigger with enough room not to have to buy another when i start my collection of lens's other than my 75-300. i plan on a 100mm macro and another 300mm zoom as im giving this lens away, plus a nifty fifty at the moment. i would ideally like a back pack style as i travel and its a lot easier i would have a large 70ltr rucksack on my back for a lot of the travelling so need something i can have on my front aswell so slingshot is out of the question, i have had a brief look and i think so far the

lowerpro micro trekker 200
lowerpro mini trekker AW
crumpler pretty boy
tamrac 5546 adventure 6

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Old 27-10-2008, 22:18   #2 (permalink)
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You'll get all you want in a Lowepro Mini trecker AW.

I have one and get my 40D with grip, 10-22, 24-105 and 100-400 in it. I can also get all my hoods, batteries etc and my tripod piggybacks in the built in tripod support.

I was recommended it on Pixalo and it's the best money I've spent on bags
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Old 27-10-2008, 22:44   #3 (permalink)
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Yeh certainly a good one. Lowepro mini trekker AW You'll be surprised what you can put in the bag.
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Mini trekker is a great bag, with lots of space and adjustable compartments.
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Re: lost in camera bags

If you want a rucksack, you will be hard pushed to find better value than the Lowepro Mini Trekker.

If you prefer a shoulder bag, look at the Tamrac Pro System 12 or 8

Go for one that is bigger than your current needs, it will save you money in the long term.
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Might be worth having a look in Harrisons. Not sure if Jacobs are still at the bottom of the Moor......they had a selection the last time I was in.
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You'll get all you want in a Lowepro Mini trecker AW.

I have one and get my 40D with grip, 10-22, 24-105 and 100-400 in it. I can also get all my hoods, batteries etc and my tripod piggybacks in the built in tripod support.

I was recommended it on Pixalo and it's the best money I've spent on bags
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20D with grip,
10-20,
18-55
24-70
70-200
and 2 flashes plus all other wee odds n ends

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Re: lost in camera bags

brilliant i will go and get one of them some time in the near future my 40d has just arrived i hate waiting for the battery to charge but its been on a while no so might be ok in about 1hour
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