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    Posted: 16 Aug 2011 at 1:40pm
Hi Guys and Girls

Im stuck on what new bag to buy!!

I am tossing between Lowepro Pro Runner 350 and Vanguard Up rise 48

I currently have a Vanguard Bin 40 sling for taking to parties and general photo stuff and a Lowepro 350 fast pack for when I do shoots or holiday when I need all my kit and laptop. These are good bags but I find that my fastpack is quite what I need

I have the following

Canon 60d with grip
Canon 1000D no grip (my wife’s)*
Canon 55mm to 250 mm Zoom lens with hood
Canon 18mm to 55mm kit lens
Canon 50mm 1.8 lenses
Canon 430EX II
Roll of filters
Cokin filter set
80cm Reflector
Manfrotto 390 tripod
My 13" dell laptop and charger
Portable hard drive.

*not essential to carry in my bag but easier

Im off on holiday in September and I currently have to carry tripod on it own so I want a comfortable bag which I can store all my kit including a laptop and tripod and have room to expand if I want

I have narrowed it down to Lowepro Pro Runner 350 or Vanguard Up rise 48 but I can make my mind up can any one help
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I have a crumpler bag, I love it as its very informal so I don't feel i am going to get mugged if I go out, but its very practical and very funky! they come in all different color and styles and i love it, would not ever have any other one now,hope this helps
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