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Old Feb 8, 2011, 4:36 PM   #11
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The bag I use for my FZ100 is a Lowepro Apex 110 bought off ebay for a bargain price. It take the camera, flash, filters and cards & it seems to be well padded.
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Old Feb 27, 2011, 6:32 AM   #12
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Hi all,

which bag would be large enough to keep the FZ40/45 together with a LA5, a TCON-17, the LC55, an additional storage battery, one or two additional SD cards, but small enough for longer hiking trips also in difficult terrain?

Any ideas, recommendations, experiences?

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Old Feb 27, 2011, 6:44 AM   #13
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Hi all,

which bag would be large enough to keep the FZ40/45 together with a LA5, a TCON-17, the LC55, an additional storage battery, one or two additional SD cards, but small enough for longer hiking trips also in difficult terrain?

Any ideas, recommendations, experiences?

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hi stefan i was looking for a new bag also for my fz45 and tele lenses and bits and bobs
heres what i narrowed it down to
http://www.play.com/Electronics/Elec...rlrefer=search
more pics here also ,,they also do a grey 1 in a different size ,thought you might wanna take a look
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Tuff-Luv-Sho...806953&sr=1-13
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Old Feb 27, 2011, 3:30 PM   #14
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I too am looking for a camera bag. I simply carry mine around in my handbag (purse) as i have always done with my cameras. This is the first camera i have had that i have bought lenses for though. I have both the long and macro lenses now, plus adapter so might need to get a proper camera bag soon. Any good ones in the UK amazon?
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Old Feb 27, 2011, 5:45 PM   #15
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the links above look good there are also different sizes
thanks good luck on the bag hunting i just bought the black and beige 1from above post ,i post some pics when it arrives
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Hi Eyesha, I have the Lowepro Nova 160AW which fits my FZ35 with bayonet hood, TL55 macro lens and adaptor, memory cards, spare battery, filters, lens pen (and will fit the TL55 teleconverter lens when it arrives). It has a long strap which you can wear across your body or over your shoulder. Well padded but light. I recommend if possible you check out bags in the store as measurements can be deceiving when buying online, sight unseen. Good luck.
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When I go on a short outing, I just sling the camera around my neck. If I go on any extended outings, then I use this Case Logic sling. It's smaller than it looks in this catalog photo. It hugs the body and not bulky, plus it swings forward easily so I never have to take if off to get to the pockets. And, it has straps to attach a tripod. It completely frees my hands, which was my highest priority. And, it's on sale on Amazon..
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Yes i agree, i need to go look in the camera shops for a bag and the right size to then look on line for it being cheaper.
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Saly, the sling looks like a great idea and hands-free to boot.
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I have a LowePro "Polo" camera bag that I really like a lot. But for walks, etc., I use an OPTEC Stabilizer strap; that holds the camera against the body; and wear a fishing vest, for odds n ends.
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