Compact Camera and Bag, very efficient travelling set

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Impulses
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Re: Compact Camera and Bag, very efficient travelling set
In reply to tokumeino, 6 months ago

Thanks ! I never noticed this Crumpler Sebang Outpost and it seems very versatile and convenient, indeed. But it is abit too large. During your quest for the Perfet Bag, did you notice something smaller (I only have a GM1 + 12-32 + 20 + 45 + FE7.5) that could be carried as a belt as well as on the shoulder ?

I have a larger GF6 and I can still fit it with those same lenses into this:

http://m.quiksilver.com/products/QUKUSEQYBA00038?color=CNE0

Mine's sort of a dark heather color with a bright yellow interior tho (not unlike some actual camera bags), got it locally, Amazon has a few other color choices besides those pictured on their site. That "flank" bag has way more pockets than you'd guess upon first glance btw, I can post some better photos of it if you want.

I keep my lenses in little neoprene baggies, though one or two of pockets are felt lined and could hold a bare lens alright (specially pancakes). I actually have a somewhat smaller bag in the same style that I use when I'm only taking one "larger" lens (like the 45) plus my two pancakes (12-32 & 20), tho it'll still squeeze two larger lenses in a pinch.

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