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    Out of control poster! MidLifeCrisis's Avatar
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    I went with the Lowepro Flipside 300.

    Will source a small camera and lens on bag locally when the camera arrives. Apparently it is being airfreighted via Malaysian airlines when the plane lands in China.......


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    I'm quite partial to the Crumpler range - very good quality, functional and look cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MidLifeCrisis View Post
    I went with the Lowepro Flipside 300.
    That's a nice bag. Apart from added security, another advantage is that when you pop the bag on the ground to open it up, the dirty side doesn't get on your back when you put the backpack back on.
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    Check out the crumpler range. They are tough, stylish, and well built, and come with a lifetime warranty on the zips, stitching, etc.

    They have a decent range, and have adjustable inserts, so easy to arrange to how you want it to work based on the lenses you have.

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    Here's another option from a mate who is a pro-photog
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    These are functional camera bags - but for women.. Www.3annies.com - very expensive thou. Make a good gift for the photographic wife.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darran K View Post
    Yep Lowepro are the go. I have the same as SOL and its served me well for 5 years getting dragged everywhere.

    This is it. http://www.digitalcamerawarehouse.com.au/prod1556.htm

    Speaking of it, this bag is definitely one of the best ones. https://www.camera-warehouse.com.au/...mera-bag-black 140$ is not cheap, but it really saves cam

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    I prefer Tamrac bags over lowepro.
    Best i use is think tank from the US. Make great camera harnesses etc.

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