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Old 14-02-2006, 18:52   #1 (permalink)
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Minnie review: Crumpler Geekstar

My new bag, very nice it is to. Anybody that's after something along those lines can check some shots of it on my pbase account http://www.pbase.com/sean_mcr/crumpler_geekstar

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How long you had a 10D as well then ?

Wondered how you got that shot of Diane with the 20D
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Good review - was surprised at how much it appears to be able to carry
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How long you had a 10D as well then ?

Wondered how you got that shot of Diane with the 20D

A fair while now Robert, i've not used it much as i never had a bag large enough for two bodies
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Good review - was surprised at how much it appears to be able to carry

Yeah it holds a fair bit that's for sure. I paid 82 for it new, i think they go for about 60 used on ebay.
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I like that very nice .... great picture based review as well

You've gone and blown it though havent you...... now we all know where the secret compartment is ...................

On a more serious note what is the shoulder strap like, does it have anything to stop it slipping off 'so to speak' ?? Can be a real pain sometime... .... although it does depend what sort of material your coat is made of doesn't it.
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The weight keeps it there matey I tend to have it over my far shoulder and it's pretty stable, its a great bag.

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