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Thoughts on Lowepro Inverse 100 AW

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FunPhotons:
I've tried backpacks, big and small, and they don't work for me. I like the Lowepro holster mini packs such as the Toploader 65, which is my go-to bag. The Toploader is just a tad too small, I'd really like to have room for a flash and an extra lens (which I could get with a side attached slip lock case), but I'm looking at the Inverse as maybe a good candidate.

Any thoughts on this bag?

neuroanatomist:
My first camera bag was an Inverse 200 AW, it was a decent bag but bounced a bit when loaded. Unless your lenses are small (18-55, 50/1.8) I think the Inverse 100 might be too small (Lowepro overstates the capacity of their bags).

For carrying an extra lens (or two) and a flash, I now use the Lowepro S&F system - a Deluxe Technical Belt with Lens Cases and/or a Quick Flex Pouch. The Toploader Pro 65 AW also slips onto the belt. I find that affords a huge amount of flexibility.

FunPhotons:
Thanks NA, just what I was looking for. I thought the 100 might work well, but I want something snug.

I've looked at the belt system, but it felt, you know, a little geeky. Which is a joke since I'm an uber-geek. I'll give it another look.

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