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Which bag will fit better!?

 
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Jun 25, 2008 06:54 |  #1

First off, i would like to say what a great forum this is! So many interesting and educational threads! I don't know how i manage to go on all this time not knowing about a forum like this.

I had my little G7 for like a year and half or so and now trying to get some stuff for it. I'm looking for a bag, the Crumpler 2 or 3 MDH in mind. I tried going to my local REI store to see it for sizing, but they didn't have any. Its kinda hard to tell from the pictures on the website. I want it to fit the camera+adapter, filter, and lens cap on. Also the charger, some extra filters, cell phone, wallet, and cleaning cloth.

I tried doing search for "canon g7/9 crumpler" and came up empty handed. So anyone with experience with the bags would be very useful. Thank you in advance for everyones help! :D


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Jun 25, 2008 07:01 |  #2

I bought a original Canon bag, but not the one for G9. Instead I bought one for the A-series, fits perfectly!

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Jun 25, 2008 08:50 |  #3

I have G6 with a Lensmate adaptor and it would be about the same size as the G7 with accessories. Everything that you mentioned will fit in a Tmbuk2 Metro. It is not actually a photo-specific bag, but on the plus side no one will suspect that it will contain exclusively photo equipment.


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