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Old Jul 25, 2006, 3:28 PM   #1
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any recommendations for a camera bag that can hold:

dslr + 4 lenses + external flash + accessories

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Old Jul 25, 2006, 3:39 PM   #2
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depends on what 4 lenses for starters.

Also, what style bag are you looking for?
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Old Jul 25, 2006, 8:53 PM   #3
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70-300

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50mm

77mm



just looking for something compact and casual - need more for capacity as i have a smaller bag for walking around.
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Old Jul 28, 2006, 2:06 AM   #4
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The lowepro minni trekker. I have two and I love them. They're comfortable, can hold quite a bit, but they not over sized and they quite waterproof(saved my gear on two occasions)
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I've got the Tamrac Adventure 9 backpack. Pretty big, but I like the design and, best of all, it doesn't look like a camera bag at all -- more like a daypack for mountain climbing. It also has a laptop compartment that zips at the side, and the build quality is excellent. If you won't be using a laptop, the Tamrac Adventure 7 & 8 (I think) are smaller, less bulky and still hip looking.
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I have the Naneu Pro 110 backpack and love it! It was less than $100 at a local shop and is very well made.

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First of all go here www.cambags.com

Take a look at the Domke's

I have the F-6 and love it!
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Do you want to carry all your gear all the time? I have a large Lowpro backpack, but I only used it once. With all my gear in it, it's more than I want to carry. So I'll probably be getting a smaller one and carry just what I need for that day.
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For $34 delivered freea couple months ago from Amazon directly, the Canon Deluxe Photo Backpack 200EG for Canon EOS SLR Cameras was my choice for a light, everyday use bag ... price, delivery-time, and size was just perfect to carry my 4 lenses (one is the 50-500 "Bigma"), camera, and a few needed accessories such as cleaning kit and recharger and flash. The only thing I doNOT care foris it carries a tripod across the bottom rather than vertically up the back of the pack.
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