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flash13 - on 23 May 2012
At the moment i only have a large rucksack for my camera which is unconvient for carrying around. I want something a little smaller and a bit more flexible. i have an eos1d mark 3 and would be using it most with my 24-105mm lens.
jockster - on 23 May 2012
In reply to flash13: go for an ortlieb camera bag tough waterproof and useful attachment points good size to cheers si
scrufff on 23 May 2012
In reply to flash13:

Holster case (Lowepro/ThinkTank) either over the shoulder or in a normal pack works for me
flash13 - on 23 May 2012
In reply to flash13: i was looking for particular models of bag that anyone may have for a similar size camera. thanks for suggestions already :)
jockster - on 23 May 2012
flash13 - on 23 May 2012
In reply to jockster: looks really nice thanks for the link :)
halo on 23 May 2012
In reply to flash13: If for everyday use as a photographer I can highly recommend Billingham bags-check the link out.

http://www.billingham.co.uk/pages/index.php

David
radson - on 24 May 2012
I am tiking this to the Karakorum next month

http://www.clikelite.com/products/contrejour-40/

This is the largest pack they make, plenty of other options.
Dan Lane - on 24 May 2012
In reply to flash13:

I too can reccomend ClikElite bags very highly. They're a bit tricky to get in the UK but I think amazon now sell them. their chest carrier sounds like just the sort of thing you want. You can put it on as a bag on it's own or take all of the straps off and put it inside a larger bag.

hope that helps
Dan
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ben_xxlxxl69 on 19 Jun 2012 - cpc6-lich11-2-0-cust606.3-2.cable.virginmedia.com
In reply to flash13: I've got a fairly standard backpack and hooked a camera toploader to the front of me via the D-rings on the shoulder straps.

Like this Guy has:

http://www.gdanmitchell.com/2007/08/26/thoughts-on-my-summer-2007-backpacking-photography-kit

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