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Searching for a camera bag which does not look like a camera bag (!)

 
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Apr 02, 2014 09:20 |  #16

+1 for the Think Tank Retrospective line. Best normal use camera bag I have ever used.


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Apr 02, 2014 09:21 |  #17

Crumplers are nice, and sales do come up. Like stated above, you get what you pay for. Buy once, cry once. If you don't know how much they hold go to their web page. It clearly shows what will go in there. If you cannot figure it out then post the question here. I bought a 7MDH from Adorama for super cheap a few months ago and absolutely LOVE it. I thought I would hate the baby blue interior but it's really growing on me. I will definitely keep them high on the list for a next purchase as they are quality bags.


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Apr 02, 2014 09:41 |  #18

Lt Colonel wrote in post #16801165 (external link)
5.11 Side Trip Briefcase with a camera bag insert.

I really liked the 5.11 stuff. But the last time I checked their messenger bags it seems a little too narrow as a camera gear bag, so I ended up getting a Tenba Large messenger (external link).

I just looked at 5.11 site again and they have one called RUSH Delivery X-Ray (external link). There's a few superficial things I didn't like on my Tenba so I may checked this one out.


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Apr 02, 2014 14:28 |  #19

Hogloff wrote in post #16803047 (external link)
They scream camera...or at least I am carrying something expensive.

Have to disagree, it's basically a canvas messenger bag with no logos. With the amount of gear that the OP mentioned carrying one of the smaller models would do the job and be even less obvious. I have the Retrospective 50 and I've had a few people comment how they were surprised that it was a camera bag because it doesn't look like the typical camera bag. The only bad thing about the 50 is if you load it up and doing a fair amount of walking your back will hate you at the end of the day. I prefer sling bags more just because of the amount of gear I pack in them. This is all personal preference/opinion though.




  
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