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A small bag for 7D with ONE Len - recommend?

 
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Feb 16, 2013 09:49 |  #1

I do have a backpack but its a bit too big to carry to family's or birthday party etc

I'm looking for a bag that FIT 7D with 15-85 or 70-300L (future) and 2 batteries

How about Tarmac Velcoi 6x , http://www.tamrac.com/​5766.htm (external link) ??

Any recommended will be great!

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Feb 16, 2013 19:30 |  #2

You can get a much smaller bag like a toploader:

http://www.tenba.com …-Load-1-Carbon-Black.aspx (external link)




  
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Feb 16, 2013 20:34 |  #3

Lowepro 200 or 300 series in various models of bags would be the right size.

I use LowePro Stealth Reporter 200AW, and I also supplement it with two outer lens cases that attach to the outside, based upon the lens selection which I feel I most like want to use for a particular situation. I carry my 70-200 in a lens case, simply because my shooting does not require it often enough to warrant a larger bag to fit it inside.


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Feb 17, 2013 00:28 |  #4

I have this and love it.
Case Logic Toploader:http://www.amazon.com …ster-Black/dp/B001TZUS98/ (external link)

If you want to carry a second lens and minimal accessories, I recommend this: Case Logic SLRC-205 SLR Camera Sling http://www.amazon.com …mera-Sling/dp/B002ISXBFI/ (external link)


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Feb 17, 2013 00:47 |  #5

I recently picked up a Think Tank Retro 5 for my 5D. It'll hold the camera with the 50mm mounted with the hood and my flash, or the camera with the 24-105 mounted. The front pocket collapses when empty but can expand to accommodate a flash or another lens if needed.




  
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Feb 17, 2013 03:33 |  #6

I really like the think tank retrospective series.
http://www.thinktankph​oto.com …r-bags/retrospective.asp​x (external link)


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Feb 17, 2013 06:14 |  #7

Superdaantje wrote in post #15618721 (external link)
I really like the think tank retrospective series.
http://www.thinktankph​oto.com …r-bags/retrospective.asp​x (external link)

Them bags look good which one you rocking..


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Feb 17, 2013 10:47 |  #8

Here is the Lowepro Stealth Reporter D100 (I was mistaken in mentioning the D200 as the smallest suitable model number in each of Lowepro's bag series).

http://products.lowepr​o.com …G1_LRG.jpeg&Tit​le=Stealth (external link) Reporter D100 AW


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Feb 17, 2013 13:06 |  #9

pkilla wrote in post #15618926 (external link)
Them bags look good which one you rocking..

I have the retrospective 20.


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Feb 17, 2013 13:35 |  #10

Domke F3x.

Or there are many other Domke options that would work.


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Feb 17, 2013 18:55 |  #11

Heath wrote in post #15620213 (external link)
Domke F3x.

Or there are many other Domke options that would work.

Actually, for what he's outlined the F5Xb would be plenty! The F3X would let him carry both lenses and a flash with room to spare.
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Feb 17, 2013 19:05 as a reply to  @ Jon's post |  #12

I have the thinktank holster 20. Fits my 7d no grip with a 70-200 2.8 lens reversed. I also have a domke and love that bag for when I need to carry more. The thinktank will not fit a flash with it if that matters.

http://www.thinktankph​oto.com …igital-holster-20-v2.aspx (external link)


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Feb 17, 2013 21:24 |  #13

Jon wrote in post #15621313 (external link)
Actually, for what he's outlined the F5Xb would be plenty! The F3X would let him carry both lenses and a flash with room to spare.
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The F5Xb looks too much like a man purse to me, and i always prefer the room (and pockets) of the F3X for personel effects I might need to carry.

I have both, and the 5 rarely leaves the house.


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Feb 17, 2013 21:39 |  #14

Use its belt loop . . .


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Feb 17, 2013 22:23 |  #15

Billingham 107. Very nice match.




  
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