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Old Nov 20, 2007, 7:04 PM   #1
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It's a very nice bag.

Idecided onit after reading so many stories about folks running out of room with smaller bags.

Now, I just started with my first DSLR (Sony A) with the vertical grip and a Sony 18-250 lens and a nice Induro monopod MA. I also have a couple of filters.

There will be a flash in the near-distant future, probably another lens and a tripod.

I'm a little disappointed that there is nowhere to attach a tripod or monopod to the Slingshot AW300.

What are you guys doing?

Thanks - Ponz

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Old Dec 4, 2007, 12:59 AM   #2
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I use a lowpro Nova AW1 stays in trunk of car unless the camera is in use.

Fuji S-9100 (with lens hood and UV filter attached, 1GBxD and 2GB Cf cards loaded)

Sandisc large meory card wallet (4xD and 2 CF cards loaded)

2 pens, small memo spiral pocket size pad

5sets of batteries in plastic cases

Sunpack 383 autoflash


cleaning cloth

business cards

ID card attached to outside of bag

No tripod for me just doesn't work for the type of work I do asI am always on the move...... I do own one and it stays in the trunk 363 days a year.

Lowpro bags are great never had an issue with them or my camera. Camera stays in bag and in my car unless it is in use. Goes everywhere I go except to bed and the shower..... I also like how the AW1 is small but has lots of space inside.

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