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Anyone got a Fastpack 200 and a XXD?

 
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Feb 27, 2009 14:02 |  #1

I'm wondering how you pack your camera in this backpack. I can definitely get it in there, but back of the camera seems to be right up next to the flap and to zip it up is kind of tight. I don't see a way to push it back to allow the camera more room because of where the velcro strips are located. Is this how it is supposed to be? In pictures that I've seen with this pack carrying the 40d, it looks much more roomy and an inch or so away from the closing flap. BTW, I don't have lenses, flash, or any accessories yet, so all the other compartments are empty.


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Feb 27, 2009 18:03 |  #2

yer its snug but holds it fine

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Feb 27, 2009 21:29 |  #3

Ya, it will probably butt up against the flap but there shouldn't be any "bulging". Here's mine with a gripped 40D (the 200)


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Feb 27, 2009 22:07 as a reply to  @ bohdank's post |  #4

Yeah, it's tight. I think it might be to allow for 'stretch' over time. I haven't had/used mine for very long to tell. I have a Rezo 190 AW shoulder bag I use interchangeably with the backpack depending on my needs.


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