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Crumpler Bags

Discussion in 'Photography Forums' started by witters, Jun 11, 2005.

  1. witters

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    I have just bought a Crumpler "Bunny Man" bag. It's exceptionally well made, albeit a bit expensive.

    Was wondering if anybody else has one, and what type.

    Crumpler
     
  2. mattym

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    great bag, rubbish website.

    I have a hama rucksack, not bad at all for £20!
     
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    Bens Pizza XL but mine is red with a light blue interior - a colour they don't show on the site. I like it. Easy to get the camera out and in use quick.

    The site picture shows stuff in the front pocket. In reality the pocket is only good for a few CF cards and other flat items.
     
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    ive got a love15 bag in green and orange

    its a lovely bag, comfy, stylish, fits the camera nice and snuggly, along with space for 2 lenses in the top along with the camera (fitted with another lens) and the flash fits nicely underneith in the compartment below, with enough space for another lens.

    the front pocket has bodycap, memory cards, spare batteries, a pad of paper and a pen


    i like it, my only grumble is that the shoulder strap pad tends to slip off my shoulder. but thats not really a big issue :smashin:
     
  5. Pete Delaney

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    Yup...I got me one of them 'Hamars' too. Cheap but well built, a rare combination! :cool:
     
  6. witters

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    Must admit I'd never looked at Crumpler before. Glad I did!
     
  7. seany

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    Going to be looking for one soon actually.
     
  8. Pete Delaney

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    I'm going to have a few pints of what that website designer has been drinking :eek: :eek: :eek:
     

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