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 Post subject: Lowepro Cirrus 140
PostPosted: Fri Mar 28, 2008 3:25 pm 
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First off i have to cheap :oops:

I picked up the Lowepro Cirrus 140 for my E-510 and must say i am very impressed.

it has room to hold my camera (with either lens attached) the second lens , and even a spot for a 3rd , or a small flash.
In the front pocket I carry my charger cradel ,cord and USB cable.
In the top flap there is a pocket for my spare battery and 2 CF cards.

Size(Interior) - 8.7W X 4.3D X 5.5H in. / 22 X 11 X 14 cm
Size(Exterior) - 11W X 7.3D X 7.3H in. / 28 X 18.5 X 18.5 cm

Advantages :
Felt lined - wont scratch the LCD
looks like a lunch bag - wont get snatched from your shoulder or car

none that i have seen.

Great price too :


Digital SLR Photographer as of Janurary 2008
NIKON D90 w/grip || D300 w/grip || D2x || NIKKOR 18-105 ED VR || NIKKOR 50mm 1.8 || NIKKOR 70-300 ED VR || NIKKOR 70-200 2.8 || SIGMA 28-70 2.8 || 2x Teleconverter || SB-900 Flash || SB-600 Flash || SLIK Tripod

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