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06-25-2008, 21:10
With room to expand.

Current kit is small bit growing. Need something that will hold 1-2 bodies, 2-3 lens, a flash, 1L H2O bottle, cards, small notebook(old school, not PC), a few other odds & ends.

Prefer a backpack style. Thought about a sling but do not like some of the reviews concerning weight distribution. Price range about $75-$125.

Any suggestions?

06-26-2008, 20:09

I just got this Tamrac when I bought my last lens. I had been using a LowePro MicroTrekker and I adore it but I just had to have something bigger... I also have a monster LowePro bag that I can't lift when loaded.

This Tamrac is awesome. I have seven lenses, a big rocket blower, various filters and other junk in it with plenty of room to spare. I also have room for my laptop, mouse, card reader, various cords and cables plus my books for a class I am taking.

It is big but I think it i about perfect for me. :)

06-26-2008, 20:41
Lowepro Photo Trekker AW II backpack and a Lowepro Stealth reporter 650 AW. If I need to walk with all the gear I use the backpack if I can put the bag down then I use the stealth reporter. Remember it is all nice and good have all your gear until you have to carry around.

06-27-2008, 17:00
This is the monster LowePro bag I have:

06-27-2008, 18:57
Here is also an article by Thom Hogan on bag selection (long, but a good read):

06-30-2008, 14:37
Thanks for the help. Now I just have to make up my mind.:upeyes:

07-04-2008, 16:28
This was suggested on another forum. I think I'm going to get it.

Canon 200 (

Thanks for your suggestions.

07-04-2008, 16:38
The Tamrac is much more comfortable than the Canon bag. I have a Tamrac Expedition 5, that is very comfortable with my equipment:

Canon 30D w/ Batt grip
70-200 F2.8 IS
24-70 F2.8
Tamron 18-200
Canon 580EX and a Point and shoot.

You may need a larger one but I highly recommend the Tamrac Expedition.


07-04-2008, 18:14
This was suggested on another forum. I think I'm going to get it.

Canon 200 (

Thanks for your suggestions.

I have read more than once that the Canon bags do not have adequate padding to protect your gear with drops, falls and the like. :shocked:

07-05-2008, 12:05
This is my recommendation for a fantastic bag. I use one at home and one at work and the still look new after 7 years. Very usable and rugged.