Vacation camera advice

Started May 16, 2013 | Discussions thread
Timj351
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Re: Or you could carry both

morepix wrote:

Timj351 wrote:

... taking both cameras and then deciding each day which one I want to take with me depending on the activities.

Deciding in advance each day is more than my pea brain can manage. I have a small Eagle Creek case that handily accommodates both cameras (usable as shoulder bag or waist bag) plus extra batteries and a couple filters. Easy carry.

Plus, it has a carabiner hanging on, where I can attach a small folding umbrella when there's rain in prospect. Permits taking photos in the rain, which can sometimes be productive.

A rainy day in Paris

You make a very good point. It could be more then my pea brain can handle too. I may just get an appropriate bag to carry both cameras to most places. I had only considered taking one or the other camera by themselves without a camera bag but this is sounding like a better idea. The cameras would always be in one place with their accessories and then it would mean only grabbing one bag and heading out for the day. My current camera bag is a bit bulky and isn't very good for day long shoulder carrying.

I checked out Eagle Creek's website and I see several options but it isn't clear which would be the best option for me. Can you tell me which model of bag that you are using? Thanks. Nice picture too!

-Tim

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