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Feb 20, 2005 23:08 as a reply to  @ post 419478 |  #46

i placed a bunch of photos (external link) of my bags packed and loaded. i use different bags, depending on whether i'm travelling, whether i intend to take lots of photos, and what else i'm carrying.

this includes 3 crumplers:
december quarter (external link)
december (external link) quarter (2)
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december quarter and shrinkle (external link)
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tallee (external link)
tallee (external link) (2)

and the lowepro roadrunner mini aw rolling backpack (external link)

i forgot to take a photo of the outside of the roadrunner, so i'll do that soon


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Feb 20, 2005 23:11 as a reply to  @ post 241711 |  #47
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Tom W wrote:
That's all find and dandy, but I got a really good deal on this bag:

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If any of y'all are interested, I can hook you up with my supplier. ;)

That's sweet...

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Feb 20, 2005 23:17 as a reply to  @ Steve Parr's post |  #48
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I use one of these:

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It's designed for guitarists to carry guitar cords, extra strings, microphones, tuners, tools, etc.; It's a good size bag; seems to have pockets everywhere.

It holds my Digital Rebel, my step-dad's old AE-1, and my old FTb, along with a few lenses.

It ain't a camera bag, but it ain't bad...

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Feb 21, 2005 00:47 |  #49

I went to Wal-Mart today, and I picked up the same bag as Tom W. Though I am not in tune with the blue. So I might return it and get a Target one. Bullseye = Sharp shooter...!!


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Feb 24, 2005 07:52 as a reply to  @ mbze430's post |  #50

better late than never...

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Feb 24, 2005 15:48 as a reply to  @ abel's post |  #51

I have a Lowe Pro Photo Trekker AW II now

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Feb 24, 2005 16:29 |  #52

That is one sweet setup . . . very nice.


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Feb 24, 2005 16:52 as a reply to  @ post 241711 |  #53

Tom W wrote:
That's all find and dandy, but I got a really good deal on this bag:

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If any of y'all are interested, I can hook you up with my supplier. ;)

There are merits of carrying your equipment this way. Minimal protection from damage, but at least your stuff won't be stolen. This technique is used by many people who have to move large amounts of money in third world countries. Say for example you have a business that generates a lot of cash...real cash, like bills, not the things we call "cash" in the West. So you bundle up this cash and wrap it with some cheap plastic bags or a duffle bag that looks like a bag you use to carry laundry. You put this in the hands of a trusted person who looks like a country bumpkin and then you put him on a bus to the intended destination. Unless someone knows of what you are doing, there is almost no chance this guy is going to get found out. If you use a flashy armored car service or use some own improvised money collection vehicle, it will be attacked for sure. So when I travel, you'd be hard pressed find a camera bag on me that looks like a camera bag. :cool:


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May 10, 2005 21:29 as a reply to  @ pradeep1's post |  #54

My new Mini Trekker ....

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May 10, 2005 21:45 |  #55

No crumplers????!!!!???

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May 11, 2005 13:44 as a reply to  @ roanjohn's post |  #56

I have the promaster Gear 2020 IV XL Back Pack. Still have room


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May 11, 2005 23:39 as a reply to  @ roanjohn's post |  #57

roanjohn wrote:
No crumplers????!!!!???

look at my post above...

i just picked up a 7 million dollar home yesterday. it's nothing like what i expected - it's like a touristy camera bag. it has a handle on the top and you can wear it like a messenger bag. it holds about the same amount of kit as the tallee, but it's wider and doesn't have the 'hidden compartment'.

their new backpacks are a little bit better than the older ones, but essentially the same design.


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May 12, 2005 11:59 |  #58

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May 12, 2005 12:09 |  #59

crc,.. your bag looks so clean it's like an advertisement! lol


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May 13, 2005 03:21 as a reply to  @ blackviolet's post |  #60

blackviolet wrote:
look at my post above...

i just picked up a 7 million dollar home yesterday. it's nothing like what i expected - it's like a touristy camera bag. it has a handle on the top and you can wear it like a messenger bag. it holds about the same amount of kit as the tallee, but it's wider and doesn't have the 'hidden compartment'.

I'm strongly considering getting this one, do you think it'll hold what I have listed posted here?


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