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    Posted: 04 Mar 2011 at 3:56am
really getting a lot from Karl's DVD Series and wondered what shoulder bag he is using on the landscape location shots

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Hi jimmy_racoon!

As Karl posted HERE it is probably his LowePro Commercial AW.

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thanks Mr. Blue,

I considered that option, but only saw black options.
Karl's was tan in the video and looked a bit larger.
Maybe his review of bags will further enlighted us.

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I absolutely love my Lowepro Fastpack 200. I had no need to haul a laptop around all day so went with the 200 as opposed to the 250 that has a laptop compartment. I carry this pack everyday everywhere. It has room for normal things I would carry in a purse plus my camera body and several lenses and accessories. I usually have it slung over one shoulder unless I am hiking and then it goes on both shoulders. Most comfortable and convenient bag I ever bought.
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The closest currently available is the LOWEPRO MAGNUM 650 AW SHOULDER CAMERA BAG. I have two of these.
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The simplest type of camera bag available, worn over your shoulder and swings lose around your body.You also buy Shootout Shoulder Bag includes Tenba's exclusive Weather Wrap in the zippered pocket on the bottom; it's a fast, easy secondary rain cover that provides another layer of protection, when weather conditions are terrible.





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All.

If you have a look at the online auction sites such as "fleebay" etc you will see the Lowepro Commercials appear occasionaly.
The only thing I would say though is that they are generally black / charcoal in colour and they are heavy for a shoulder bag if you are a the type of person who seems to carry all and sundry to a location.

Built to last though.

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Ive just got a Lowepro Slingshot 200 AW i find its a really good bag if you only want to take a small amount of your camera gear what ive got in mine is 2 flashes 2 lenses room for 1 more and my 7D with a battery pack.
plus all the other small items it works nicely when you only have a motorbike to get around on.
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I have two camera bags, one shoulder messenger bag and one backpack camera bag. When I'm riding out, I will take my backpack camera bag that is comfortable and protective. I often take my shoulder bag when I just go somewhere not so far. It is convenient to get anything I want from it.
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