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Women's Camera Bag - Epiphanie Bags?

 
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Jul 17, 2011 08:01 |  #16

yes. I've seen some at Etsy, and I think there is one at Amazon.


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Jul 17, 2011 08:17 |  #17

Thanks Michelle, I'll go check it out.


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Jul 17, 2011 08:27 as a reply to  @ kathfern's post |  #18

You're welcome.

There are also some tutorials for making your own.

Here's one.. Camera Bag Insert Tutorial by Little Blue Boo (external link)


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Jul 18, 2011 03:14 |  #19

wow that is so cool! I just need to find someone who do that craft/sewing sort of stuff.


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Jul 18, 2011 04:20 |  #20

MichelleB675 wrote in post #12750874 (external link)
Jo Totes (external link) has some nice looking ones too.

I keep trying to decide between Jo Totes Millie bag, Kelly Moore Classic or Mimi, and Epiphanie Lola.

I just bought my wife one of their bags. It was supposed to be a surprise, but she intercepted the package!! She's just getting into photography and totally LOVES this bag. She says it's "cute." Is that good for a camera bag? I'm annoyed because she is using it as a purse, but as long as she's bringing a camera too, I guess we are all good....

As far as room goes? It's good for a 7D w/o a grip with the brick and maybe a flash. The last of the remaining room is for her wallet, keys, etc.


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Jul 19, 2011 10:55 |  #21

I have been eyeing up the Epiphanie bags myself (Gorgeous) but need to sell my red crumpler first before i invest.....I have a Vituri fashion bag as well that i rarely use....seem to just grab my little backpack style bag these days.


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Jul 19, 2011 17:26 |  #22

MikeI wrote in post #12777539 (external link)
I just bought my wife one of their bags. It was supposed to be a surprise, but she intercepted the package!! She's just getting into photography and totally LOVES this bag. She says it's "cute." Is that good for a camera bag? I'm annoyed because she is using it as a purse, but as long as she's bringing a camera too, I guess we are all good....

As far as room goes? It's good for a 7D w/o a grip with the brick and maybe a flash. The last of the remaining room is for her wallet, keys, etc.

Which one did you get her Mike? Geez I obviously need a husband!:)


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Jul 25, 2011 18:05 as a reply to  @ post 12771912 |  #23

I suppose you could but would it slip around a bit? Are you familiar with the store chain Fossils? Or Kipling? Don't know if you have them in Oz, but if you do, they make bags with real potential as camera bags. Ditto for Tumi luggage.




  
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Jul 26, 2011 06:10 |  #24

Yes I think we have those brands in Oz. Seems to be alot of really big bags out there at the moment, I guess its the fashion!

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I suppose you could but would it slip around a bit? Are you familiar with the store chain Fossils? Or Kipling? Don't know if you have them in Oz, but if you do, they make bags with real potential as camera bags. Ditto for Tumi luggage.


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Jul 27, 2011 15:21 |  #25

I have the red lola and a couple other epiphanie bags I am kinda bag crazy. I like the shape of the lola the best for daily use it is big though but most camera bags are. I LOVE my Kelly Moore HoBo currently. If you want some real life comparisons let me know.


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Jul 27, 2011 21:16 |  #26

kathfern wrote in post #12777447 (external link)
wow that is so cool! I just need to find someone who do that craft/sewing sort of stuff.

If you don't have time to sew, you can purchase one:

http://thejoybag.com …fo&cPath=1&prod​ucts_id=10 (external link)

I luv mine!


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Jul 28, 2011 06:24 |  #27

Nyxxie are you able to post some pics of what the lola looks like against your body - maybe side on? Just trying to get an idea of how wide it looks when you are carrying it.

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I have the red lola and a couple other epiphanie bags I am kinda bag crazy. I like the shape of the lola the best for daily use it is big though but most camera bags are. I LOVE my Kelly Moore HoBo currently. If you want some real life comparisons let me know.


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Jul 28, 2011 08:02 |  #28

I'm waiting to see the fall line-up from Epiphanie. I think I read somewhere that there will be more designs.

I like the look of the Lola but how easy is it to get things out of the sides? The shape of it with the wider base and cinched in top seems counter-intuitive.

How fabulous is that red though!




  
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Jul 29, 2011 06:12 |  #29

I have to agree Quizzical, Ive looked at lots of bags online now, but just can't stop thinking about that Lola in red!! Really need to see how big it is sideways though when carrying it. So many things to buy....such a limited bank account!


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Jul 29, 2011 06:24 |  #30

The main problem with any bag is the strap comfort. For me the TT bags have terrible padding and the Domke bags all need a pad. I bought the Lowepro pads for $9 each and I put them on all the bags. Just have so much equipment, usually carrying 2 camera bodies 3 lenses, a flash and an iPad. So I split the gear, but one bag is too heavy. I bought a Passport for my 5D2 and 24-70 and a flash with all the purse stuff inside. It's a great bag for $59. It's not leather, it's not beautiful. But it is functional and the strap is amazingly comfy. Maybe if I was going out at night an wanted to take my minimal, 5D2, 24-70 and a flash, I'd consider a nice leather bag. My husband would like that. ;)

Have fun deciding because $200 is not a lot of money to buy a nice leather bag.


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