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Old May 9, 2005, 4:41 AM   #1
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Can anyone sugest a good kit bag for me. I have the FZ20, 250 macro lens ( plus thred adapter ) nikon 6t ( plus MORE adapters) and the 383 SUNPAK and my trusty Tripod.
I'm looking for a bag that can handle this neatly plus allow room for additional lens i'll get in the future.
Any idea's are greatly helpfull.
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Old May 9, 2005, 5:24 AM   #2
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A wheelbarrow??:lol:

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Old May 9, 2005, 9:04 AM   #3
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:G , ive ran into that problem as well somthing not terribly big but lots of room .

You could use a backpack but time consuming setting up . The best least exspensive bag ive seen so far is a portable LCD DVD playercarrying bag . Also if you have a telescopic tripod that will extend to 48" in will fit in the side pouch .
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Can anyone sugest a good kit bag for me. I have the FZ20, 250 macro lens ( plus thred adapter ) nikon 6t ( plus MORE adapters) and the 383 SUNPAK and my trusty Tripod.
I'm looking for a bag that can handle this neatly plus allow room for additional lens i'll get in the future.
Any idea's are greatly helpfull.
8)
cheers
I use the Lowepro NOVA 2AW -With a little organization,it fits FZ20, 383 Sunpak w/Sto-phen, TCON 14B, WCON 08B, Nikon 6T, Remote, Battery charger, Hoya72mm hoodand filters.

It's a very compact bag considering all I can fit in it. If you go for it, I'll be glad to tell you the best way I found how to configure all the equipment so it will fit in the bag. Just leave me a private message.

Hope this helps,

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Old May 9, 2005, 9:18 PM   #5
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Thanks for the feedback:-)
i'll go and check out the 2AW lowepro

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