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jesseryjhon View Drop Down
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    Posted: 31 Jan 2014 at 5:50am

Looking for one to hold a Nikon D90, speed light and 2-3 lenses.

Nothing overly expensive but something quality I can travel with.
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Hello Jessery,

I've got a few bags but my most used one is the Lowepro Flipside 400AW I can fit 3 lenses in it plus other bits and pieces it has a rain cover built into it that is stored to the bottom of the bag. Once its full its nicely supported on your shoulders.

What I have in mine is a canon 5D mark III, 2x extender, tokina 16-28 2.8, canon 70-200 2.8 IS II, 430EXII flash and cleaning gear i.e. blower and macro fibre cloths. I have modified the bag to fit a 13" macbook in the front pocket by cutting the stitching - I'm not recommending you do this.

It has plenty of pockets on the out side which i use to carry around drinks while I'm out shooting a 1.25L bottle fits in them nicely.

Have a look on ebay I picked mine up cheap and it was new for just over $60AU verses the $210AU in store.

I hope this helps.

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Simon

Edited by Simon 90 - 31 Jan 2014 at 6:36am
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G'day Jessery,

Agrea Simon they are very nice bags Lowpro is very good.
I have order the Pelican 1560+Divinders , because I need some space.
The Pelican 1510 is also nice , this one you can take also in the plain.
they are waterproof noproblem ,and in the city you can roll them behind you ,I like them very much,


cheers Rene
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If you want a famous brand and cam afford more money, then the Lowepro camera bag is good. But for me, I just get a messenger camera bag from bestek. I also had backpack bag from another small seller, but I forget the name. I often using messenger bag when I go out. It works just fine to give me easy access to any gears. I love it. The bag is less than $30.
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