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Oct 31, 2011 13:31 |  #211

yeeitsmarc wrote in post #13332768 (external link)
Are there any camera bags you'd recommend for my gear that's under $50?

So many just take a look. What kind of bag you want is the first question?


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Oct 31, 2011 13:42 |  #212

_aravena wrote in post #13333074 (external link)
So many just take a look. What kind of bag you want is the first question?

First a bag that my gripped 60D can fit. Secondly a bag for storage and transporting from place to place, if that makes sense.


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Oct 31, 2011 14:08 |  #213

Storage? For that little bit? Never the less I'd say a Flipside 200 would be great, 300 if you plan to grow soon. Backpacks are great for storage and going from A to B


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Oct 31, 2011 21:10 |  #214

Joris wrote in post #13332982 (external link)
You might want to look at the Lowepro Flipside 200 or 300...They're not under 50 bucks, though. Just personally, I'd rather spend more on my camera bag (then again I'm a "Loweproholic" :lol:) :).

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Storage? For that little bit? Never the less I'd say a Flipside 200 would be great, 300 if you plan to grow soon. Backpacks are great for storage and going from A to B

Thanks! I just ordered a Flipside 300!


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Nov 06, 2011 19:03 |  #215

I didn't see any reviews for this bag so I figured I would post it here. I got this Apollo backpack a little less than a year ago. It wasn't even 3 months before the bag stared falling apart, all the seems were falling apart and what not. I tried to contact the seller and never got back to me. Avoid this at all costs, not even worth the $60.

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Nov 10, 2011 16:55 |  #216

I should have never looked at this web site. so I wanted to pass the favor

http://www.onabags.com …et.html?color=s​moke#smoke (external link)


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Nov 25, 2011 12:12 |  #217

yeeitsmarc wrote in post #13333154 (external link)
First a bag that my gripped 60D can fit. Secondly a bag for storage and transporting from place to place, if that makes sense.

_aravena has a great bag for sale in his signature line...7MDH would let you put your equipment in it, and have room to store some other things!

It would make a great every-day-carry bag with the dividers removed.
Just thinking. :)


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Nov 28, 2011 00:17 |  #218

I did a review of the Lowepro Pro Runner 200 AW It can be seen here

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Nov 28, 2011 06:23 |  #219

I was using a Tamrac Aero 3345 (external link) which I bought for my Canon SX20IS and was very happy with it, but find it is too snug for the 60D+55=250+18-55 with Sunpak flash.

Have managed to sweet-talk the wife into getting me a Tamrac 5564 Explorer 400 (external link) as my anniversary gift.

Will try and post up some pics here as soon as I receive it.

Strangely though, it seems there are not too many Tamrac users here as compared to some of the other makes.


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Nov 29, 2011 12:24 |  #220

This can be added to the list

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Dec 06, 2011 10:53 |  #221

Just got my Tamrac 5564 Explorer 400.

The bag itself feels pretty well made, and comfortably fits my 60D (will easily fit the camera with grip) and 55-250 mounted, my 18-55 with hood, and my Sunpak PZ42X flash in the main compartment with loads of room to spare. The front pocket holds my charger with cable, 2 sets of 4 Eneloop AA's, LensPen and a few sundries. The pocket inside the lid is perfect for memory cards, microfibre cloth, lens wipes, etc.

The included rain protector does not fit in the bottom of the bag as in the Lowepro's (it sits in its own removable pouch).

The strap has a very comfortable moulded pad for over the shoulder wear (a la Black Rapid), and there is a zippered pocket on the back for manuals etc. there is another (open) pocket in the back with a zip at the bottom, which when opened allows the bag to be slipped securely over a strolley.

Will post a few pics as soon as I am able.


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Dec 15, 2011 00:43 |  #222

You can add this review too:

Kata DL-210
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Dec 15, 2011 19:15 |  #223

Great bag! ;)


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Jan 11, 2012 12:42 |  #224

Dj R wrote in post #13382685 (external link)
I should have never looked at this web site. so I wanted to pass the favor

http://www.onabags.com …et.html?color=s​moke#smoke (external link)

Darn, I fell for it.

I'm a fan of the Ranger Tan color myself, but as my (ahem, slightly misogynistic) coworker said, "only women spend that much on a bag". It is oh very tempting though.


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Jan 12, 2012 13:40 |  #225

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Darn, I fell for it.

I'm a fan of the Ranger Tan color myself, but as my (ahem, slightly misogynistic) coworker said, "only women spend that much on a bag". It is oh very tempting though.

See the link in my signature and then click the RED in the first post!


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