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Nov 30, 2011 22:49 |  #46

Thanks so much for the review that was great!. Is that the 7D you have in the bag or the Xsi, and does it have the 50mm lens on it?


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Dec 01, 2011 08:05 as a reply to  @ kathfern's post |  #47

I put the Xsi in, just because it's right now my daytrip camera. However, the Ginger would easily hold the 7D, no problem. And yes, the 50mm is mounted on it.

I take the Xsi if I am worried about theft or damage, I take the 7D when I am trying for really outstanding images, or anything that requires sophisticated focus. The focusing difference between the Xsi and the 7D is night and day.

I'm taking Ginger out for a photo trip this weekend and will post the results. I think she'll do just fine.




  
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Dec 02, 2011 06:17 as a reply to  @ post 13482759 |  #48

Kathy & Rainyday. Maybe I should thank you, or maybe not. My wife saw the pics of the epiphanie bags, and read your comments. Now, she wants one for her 65th B-day, to carry her N*k*n camera & lenses. In addition to Suzy, if I ever want to know how to spend my money, I will contact you. Seriously, thanks for the suggestion. I did not know what to get her. Nick


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Dec 02, 2011 09:37 |  #49

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Kathy & Rainyday. Maybe I should thank you, or maybe not. My wife saw the pics of the epiphanie bags, and read your comments. Now, she wants one for her 65th B-day, to carry her N*k*n camera & lenses. In addition to Suzy, if I ever want to know how to spend my money, I will contact you. Seriously, thanks for the suggestion. I did not know what to get her. Nick

Go for it! Honestly, she'll dance around the room and give you lots of hugs and kisses. I'm told by other Epiphanie owners that is what happens.




  
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Dec 04, 2011 18:48 as a reply to  @ Rainyday's post |  #50

Well, folks, I had hoped to take Ginger for a spin this weekend. However, it's cold and wet and windy and I said "forget it!" and curled up in front of the TV with some hot chocolate instead. I'll get a field trip scheduled later, when the weather isn't so awful.




  
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Dec 05, 2011 10:31 |  #51

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Go for it! Honestly, she'll dance around the room and give you lots of hugs and kisses. I'm told by other Epiphanie owners that is what happens.

Rainyday. I am going to hold you to that. If she does love it, she will probably want some N*k*n glass for x-mas to put in it. Thanks for spending my money. lol


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Dec 05, 2011 10:41 |  #52

I forgot about this thread. I'm getting a Kelly Moore Mimi in black for Christmas.


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Dec 05, 2011 11:06 as a reply to  @ MichelleB675's post |  #53

I am hoping to get a bag this Christmas that can function as a purse/camera bag when I want to bring both.

To throw another brand out there I have had my eye on, Cheeky Lime, I think their designs are pretty fun.

http://cheekylime.com/ (external link)

& their prices are fantastic ;)


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Dec 08, 2011 14:39 |  #54

Nick that's great news. I hope she loves it. Which one did you get for her?

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Kathy & Rainyday. Maybe I should thank you, or maybe not. My wife saw the pics of the epiphanie bags, and read your comments. Now, she wants one for her 65th B-day, to carry her N*k*n camera & lenses. In addition to Suzy, if I ever want to know how to spend my money, I will contact you. Seriously, thanks for the suggestion. I did not know what to get her. Nick


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Dec 08, 2011 17:15 as a reply to  @ Rainyday's post |  #55

Here is another one... only here you can CUSTOM ORDER your fabric/design! :D

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http://porteengear.com​/ (external link) :cool:


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Dec 09, 2011 19:12 |  #56

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Nick that's great news. I hope she loves it. Which one did you get for her?

Kathy, if I knew she would not see this thread, I would say a brown ginger. But, if she does read this, she is getting a Cleveland Browns' gym bag.


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Dec 10, 2011 05:28 |  #57

Ohh that cracked me up!! lol

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Kathy, if I knew she would not see this thread, I would say a brown ginger. But, if she does read this, she is getting a Cleveland Browns' gym bag.


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Dec 10, 2011 18:55 |  #58

Lore wrote in post #13497995 (external link)
I am hoping to get a bag this Christmas that can function as a purse/camera bag when I want to bring both.

To throw another brand out there I have had my eye on, Cheeky Lime, I think their designs are pretty fun.

http://cheekylime.com/ (external link)

& their prices are fantastic ;)

Yeah, the Livy is cute. But their blog is incomplete and there is nothing on their YouTube page. Maybe they are brandy new?




  
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Dec 11, 2011 10:10 |  #59

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Yeah, the Livy is cute. But their blog is incomplete and there is nothing on their YouTube page. Maybe they are brandy new?

That's what it seems like, they seemed to have popped up on FB is where I saw them they had a FB biz page, then a website they just had their 'lime classic for awhile, then had other colors, then just introduced their Livy. Seems to be quite new.


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Dec 11, 2011 17:53 |  #60

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Ohh that cracked me up!! lol

Kathy. Are you hoping for a Cleveland Brown's football gym bag, also? My wife went to college where the Browns had training camp. Yes, we have a mixed marriage: Me, Pittsburgh born, and wife loving the Browns. When the two teams play, we watch the game in separate rooms.


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