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    Camera Bag - Recomendation

    I pick my Sony A350 tmw, and all thats left to purchase tomorrow is the Camera Bag.

    It will need to carry, Camera - 2 Lenses - Memory Cards - Wallet - Phone - Tripod.

    I am looking at the Tamrac Expedition 3 - http://www.digitalcamerawarehouse.com.au/prod4865.htm

    I like the look of the Lowepro, but the Tamrac stands out for the price, any recommendations?

    Cheers

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    Well I have had a few camera bags over the last few months.
    Slingshot 100
    Flipside 200
    Fast pack 250

    And a few smaller bags, for what you want to carry look at the slingshot 100 or the Flipside 200 if you want to have a proper backpack.

    Paul

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    I personally have a KATA-DR467 which can accommodate all of the items that you have listed including a notebook. You might wanna take a look at it.
    Crumpler 5 Million Dollar + Canon EOS 7D + Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8 L USM, Manfrotto tripod
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    I have a Lowepro Orion Trekker II which works for me.
    I have an older smaller bag I use on business trips - from my film days.

    Paul is the AP bag expert! He has had so many of them - Listen to him.

    Best advice - try them in a shop - until you have one in your hands and on your back you won't get it right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kym View Post

    Paul is the AP bag expert! He has had so many of them - Listen to him.
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    Thanks Kym, I have not had that many really but I think I looked / tried almost every bag the shops have had.

    Paul

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    It will do all but the tripod, but I cannot recommend a Domke F2 enough.

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    I have the LowePro Flipside 300 and think it's fantastic.

    http://products.lowepro.com/product/...e-300,2083.htm
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