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Carry system for multiple p&s cameras needed (G10, LX3, F30, F200, etc)

 
ZoranC
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Mar 12, 2009 19:15 |  #1

Now that my F200EXR is here I am finnaly ready to do shootout between F30, LX3, G10, and F200EXR (and maybe few others) I have been talking about for a while.

While getting ready I have come across small logistical problem: How to easily carry all of these at the same time pulling any of them easily out and putting back in?

Obviously I would need something with multiple pockets.

Anybody knows what exactly would fit the bill? I prefer over the shoulder solutions as I find vests uncomfrotable and belts get in my way.




  
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Mar 14, 2009 11:39 |  #2

Why not buy as DSLR bag and use each of the divided lens section for a camera pocket


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Mar 17, 2009 12:22 |  #3

ZoranC wrote in post #7512102 (external link)
Now that my F200EXR is here I am finnaly ready to do shootout between F30, LX3, G10, and F200EXR (and maybe few others) I have been talking about for a while.

While getting ready I have come across small logistical problem: How to easily carry all of these at the same time pulling any of them easily out and putting back in?

Obviously I would need something with multiple pockets.

Anybody knows what exactly would fit the bill? I prefer over the shoulder solutions as I find vests uncomfrotable and belts get in my way.

If you don't like belts and vests...I hope you don't mind doing the on-off routine with a back pack...because that's pretty much whats left.

OTOH I routinely shoot two XXD bodies with straps across my chest. But that means if there is anything else I want to bring along...be it water, filters, glass etc....those go on a belt.

Good luck hunting.


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Mar 17, 2009 17:55 |  #4

I use the National Geographic belt with the two pouches on it to carry a G10 and LX-3. Nice little system, even has a security pouch on the inside of the belt where the pouches are. Unique fastening system that makes it very secure and easy to rotate the pouches to the front for quick access.




  
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Mar 18, 2009 11:51 |  #5
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wcimages wrote in post #7543770 (external link)
I use the National Geographic belt with the two pouches on it to carry a G10 and LX-3. Nice little system, even has a security pouch on the inside of the belt where the pouches are. Unique fastening system that makes it very secure and easy to rotate the pouches to the front for quick access.

Can you post a link to this Natl Geo belt?

I'd like to see one.


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