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OllieD27 View Drop Down
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    Posted: 24 Jul 2014 at 3:31pm
Hi all, what bag would you recommend for me, I will be using it for landscape work but I will be traveling to the location on a mountain bike. I will be using a 1 camera with 3 lenses and filters, as well as a tripod.

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Ollie
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Have a look at the Lowepro range of bags
there are a wide variety of sizes depending on what gear you have

I have 2 different ones, a smaller one for the Pentax K5, lenses and accessories ---- Lowepro Streamline Sling

and a larger one for my Canon 5D3 and lenses etc --- Lowepro Transit 350 AW Backpack

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Dave

Edited by davenn - 24 Jul 2014 at 11:27pm
Canon 5D3, 6D, 700D a bunch of lenses and other bits, ohhh and some Pentax stuff
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In my opinion, you can get a backpack camera bag. The backpack is large enough to store both your camera gears and other necessary outdoor devices like umbrella, water bottle, etc. More importantly, the backpack is more comfortable to carry when you're riding.
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