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LowePro S&F Series Utility Bag 100 AW

 
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Oct 09, 2011 20:35 |  #1

Perfect for me!
Why?
Sony NEX5...kit zoom lens 18-55....55-210 zoom, flash In an All Weather Bag!

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Open the bag...
Here's what you see. NEX5 with Domke Gripper strap...
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The bag has a microfiber cloth sewn in to protect the screen.

Cloth pulled back...
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Camera with 55-210 outside the bag..., kit zoom lens in the bag...
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The bag comes without a strap. I have a Think Tank Urban Disguise 40 (Gen1) Strap on the bag.
The camera has a Domke gripper strap installed.

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Oct 10, 2011 10:58 |  #2

I use this bag to carry my NEX-5, too, with my Deluxe Technical Belt - Technical Vest combination. Works great, I highly recommend this bag, particularly when used as a part of the Street & Field seriesexternal link :).




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Oct 10, 2011 14:49 |  #3

Nice! That fits very well. Good find!


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Oct 10, 2011 20:21 |  #4

Thanks Joris

Thanks Ben.

I was amazed when I saw it. I've used other all weather pouches for small cameras. Don't want to get caught in the rain without protection!

I want to use it as a shoulder bag. I'mlooking for a better strap for it. I have an OpTech SOS strap somewhere....

I have used my Domke Gripper strap for a long time. It hasn't held well lately. Should wipe it down with a microfiber cloth.

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Oct 28, 2011 14:16 |  #5

My wife found the ideal strap. It's a Tamrac strap. Suede. Grips tenaciously. It's so good I should get another one for the camera! :-)

In fact it outperforms my Domke gripper straps I've used for over 20 years.


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