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Jul 17, 2012 02:00 |  #1

hey guys, does anyone know what bag this is in the picture?
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Jul 17, 2012 08:30 |  #2

I have a nearly identical bag that I bought in 1990 with my EOS 630 film camera. It holds a SLR with lens and maybe 1 more small lens and flash.

Mine says "Classic" on it and has no other labeling.


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Jul 17, 2012 12:23 |  #3

could be one of these:

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Jul 17, 2012 17:04 as a reply to  @ treck_dialect's post |  #4

If you like this "style" of bag, which I do very much, look into the Domke offerings...

http://www.tiffen.com …pe_no=430&table​name=domke (external link)

I use a Domke F-2 and absolutely love it. I will admit it is pricey but, I have a closet full of less expensive bags that I bought "trying to save money" and none of them are as fun to use as the F-2. Plus in aggregate, they cost a LOT MORE than the F-2!


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Jul 17, 2012 23:25 |  #5

RPCrowe wrote in post #14731128 (external link)
If you like this "style" of bag, which I do very much, look into the Domke offerings...

http://www.tiffen.com …pe_no=430&table​name=domke (external link)

I use a Domke F-2 and absolutely love it. I will admit it is pricey but, I have a closet full of less expensive bags that I bought "trying to save money" and none of them are as fun to use as the F-2. Plus in aggregate, they cost a LOT MORE than the F-2!

happened to me too. i didnt want to spend for a domke at first so i got different bags that look like domkes. now i have the f-3x and f-803


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Jul 18, 2012 17:15 |  #6

I don't think it's any of the ones treck linked.

To me, it looks like the Canon-branded bags from the 80s/90s.

I've had a few of them, and I think I still have one (I usually pick them up from thrift stores or as part of a deal when buying old film cameras) and then give them away when selling camera stuff.

I like the bag for LOOKS, but they're pretty flimsy and would offer very little protection against bumps and drops. It's basically a soft bag with maybe 1/8" of soft padding. My guess is that they were sold as part of the same kind of packages you can get now (camera, lens, bag, cleaning kit, etc all in one package) 20+ years ago.

Most of the ones I've seen/owned were various shades of green for the bag and tan for the straps/buckles/logo.


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