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Gadget Bag Advice

Discussion in 'Photography Forums' started by tuttonp, Aug 2, 2005.

  1. tuttonp

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    I have finally managed to pick up a cheap 300D Kit!! (Only been looking for about 3mths). Now I want to try and find a bag to put it in. Most of the time it will be just the camera itself and a few odds and ends (CF Cards, a spare battery or two and some leads).

    What I want is something as nondesript as possible, the last thing I want is to get it nicked because it looked too 'photographic', any suggestions??.

    I am quite keen on the Crumpler kit but find the website so hard to navigate and work out which is the best for my needs I just end up giving up!!
     
  2. mattym

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    i have a hama rucksack, cost all of £17.99 from 7dayshop, slightly rough review can be found here

    HERE
     
  3. tuttonp

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    Great Review matt but a fair bit too big for my needs. looking for something just to hold the camera and 18-55mm.
     
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    Paul,

    Have a look at the Crumpler Lollypop. Ideal size for your needs. It also has the Crumpler secret compartment (trap door) which is ideal for charger & leads etc.

    £34.99 at Fotosense
     
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    i had a lowepro EX140, but once the sigma lens and battery grip got in the bag it was too small...

    good luck with your search
     
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    Whichever bag you choose.....triple it in size and get the big one..

    You WILL fill it up..... :smashin:
     
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    Ironically I sold my Billingham 335 only a month ago!!!
     

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