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c-law

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Re: Assistance with camera backpack
« Reply #15 on: February 05, 2011, 08:20:05 PM »
I've been using a LowePro Fastpack 350 for the last 3 years. It holds all my current equipment, a 5d Mk II, 24-70, 70-200 IS, a 50mm, 2 flashguns and a whole load of accessories, batteries and memory cards. It is a tight fit right now. Although there is a second compartment which has space for extra gear if you don't mind it rattling around or misc stuff. And has a nice slot for my 15" laptop to go in.

I'm thinking of getting a 7D as a back-up body soon and some more lenses so I'm thinking about getting a Think Tank Airport Accelerator or Addict soon. It has more space for but is slightly more compact and great for travel which I do a lot of. Now if I can just get my head round spending +/- $300 on a backpack instead of a lens.

Chris
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Re: Assistance with camera backpack
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Re: Assistance with camera backpack
« Reply #16 on: February 07, 2011, 09:20:08 AM »
I recently got the Flipside 300, and I'm loving it.  Now I just need to fill it up more.

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Re: Assistance with camera backpack
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