Advice on Camera bag

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govindrv Regular Member • Posts: 280
Advice on Camera bag

I'm currently looking for a camera bag after I sold my rather small & unbranded camera bag. I got a couple of deals for used bags in good condition.

This is my gear: 1dMkII, Canon 500d, 400mmf/5.6 L, 70-200 f/4L, 50mm f/1.8 plus the heaver charger for the 1dmk II, the charger for 500d, blower, filters, hoods etc

Want to know if the LowePro Pro Runner 350AW will suit my needs. There's a friend offering a used one in good condition for $85.
Or will a Computrekker for $62 do the job.

Kindly advice.

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Bruce Miller Senior Member • Posts: 2,388
Re: Advice on Camera bag

govindrv wrote:

I'm currently looking for a camera bag after I sold my rather small & unbranded camera bag. I got a couple of deals for used bags in good condition.

This is my gear: 1dMkII, Canon 500d, 400mmf/5.6 L, 70-200 f/4L, 50mm f/1.8 plus the heaver charger for the 1dmk II, the charger for 500d, blower, filters, hoods etc

Want to know if the LowePro Pro Runner 350AW will suit my needs. There's a friend offering a used one in good condition for $85.

Why don't you borrow it and see if it meets your needs? No one else can tell you what will work for you...

Or will a Computrekker for $62 do the job.

Kindly advice.

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Zone8 Forum Pro • Posts: 16,468
Re: Advice on Camera bag

I got the Amazon Basic bag - excellent choice and inexpensive. Is seemingly same quality as my son's LowePro similar bag but so much cheaper.

I can hold inside my two Sigma DSLR cameras - one with lens fitted, other body with cap and also my Kodak Pro DCS14n full frame camera with lens attached - plus extra lenses, exposure meter, memory cards, etc. Has proved to be a really good bag for my purposes. Links for the amazon uk and .com websites for this item.

http://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-Backpack-Cameras-Accessories-Black/dp/B002VPE1WK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1346079433&sr=8-1&keywords=AmazonBasics+Backpack+for+SLR+Cameras+and+Accessories+Black

http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=amazon+basic+camera+bag&x=0&y=0

Worth a look I feel.

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