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 Post subject: Need a good bag
PostPosted: Fri Jun 13, 2008 7:23 pm 
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I need a bag that can fit my 40D,28-135,170-500 and maybe a battery grip, something not so big.
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there are lots of different types of bags. I just recently purchased a lowepro slingshot 200 and im very happy with it. It is a back pack but with only one strap so it slips over your body. it is designed for quick access to the contents while the bag is still on your back. Im very happy with it.

This bag comes in three different sizes, 100, 200 and 300 each being bigger and able to hold more kit. I would recommend the 200 as its a good size.

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tobywuk wrote:
there are lots of different types of bags. I just recently purchased a lowepro slingshot 200 and im very happy with it. It is a back pack but with only one strap so it slips over your body. it is designed for quick access to the contents while the bag is still on your back. Im very happy with it.

This bag comes in three different sizes, 100, 200 and 300 each being bigger and able to hold more kit. I would recommend the 200 as its a good size.

Thanks, I think I'll go for that one, looks pretty good.

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I have the Slingshot 300AW and I find that it hurts my shoulder's whether it is slung across one shoulder or right across to the other, for me it feels like all of the weight is on one shoulder or the other.... so I am now looking for a backpack so as to distribute the weight evenly.

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