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PostPosted: Fri Aug 28, 2009 1:03 pm 
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As above really, i dont want to spend the ridiculous money on the sony branded one.

Dont want anything too big - only have the one lens at the moment, will probably buy more in the future.

i dont want a rucksack.

Just something to go over the shoulder i guess.

There are far too many to choose from.

I was looking at a Lowepro Cirrus 120?

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I quite like the Lowepro Rezo 160. Get up to 3 lenses in if they're small and short enough.

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I tried to use lowepro quick product finder and I found

AW 140 = classy camera bag, does not look like camera bags, but expensive!
Slingshot 100 AW = popular bag that let you draw your camera fast

Think Tank Urban Disguise 20 = quality bag that does not look like camera bag. It has many pockets to store accessories or other things.

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 29, 2009 1:54 pm 
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See the list of bags and size you need. Also shoulder and backback models of Lowepro.
http://products.lowepro.com/catalog/Camera,20.htm


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i got a cheap tamrac for my a700 but its good for me

http://tamrac.com/3340.htm

http://tamrac.com/welcome.htm

thats what i got for my oly one lens :D for now

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Depends on how many lens and accessories you want to carry with you, I would recommend Crumpler bag.

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Another vote for a Crumpler Bag.

I have the Muffin Top 5500. It easily holds my a200 with the SAL18250 attached. SAL50F14 lens. Flash gun. Spare battery for camera and flash. Front pocket for memory cards, cable release etc.

Another bonus is, at first glance, they don't look like camera bags.

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You can get a Crumpler X million dollar home. X being the size from 1 - 8.

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I will only ever use the Pelican hard shell cases. They come in a huge variety of sizes, you could drop it a huge distance, get it submerged in the oceans undertow, get it run over and it'll be fine. It absorbs impact inside the case as well.


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