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June 3rd, 2010, 10:53 AM
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So I searched the past threads in this board regarding bags but I didn't really see any I liked. I don't like the kind that look like hand bags or purses. Anyone know where I can look? I searched Etsy and found some cute ones so if i can't find anything else I'll prob just buy one there. Joliving4jesus made super cute ones but she's busy w moving and won't have time for awhile so I need other options.

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June 8th, 2010, 12:51 PM
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I just have the Canon bag that I got with my camera. While it is pretty basic, it is also very nice! It velcros and snaps, has room for over 4 lenses plus the body, and multiple zippers! The only this is...it is HUGE! I would like to find a bag that I could just bring my camera and one or two lenses with me, like when the family goes to the zoo! So, if you find any good ones, please post a link here!
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July 25th, 2010, 07:18 PM
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I just bought a Lowepro from Best Buy that's really nice for the price. It has 3 compartments and holds my 50mm lens on one side, my 420EX speedlite and a diffuser on the other side, and the camera with an attached 17-50mm lens in the middle. It's cool because the inserts are velcro and can be moved/removed as space is needed, and the top folds down on them so you can lay your camera in with the lens still attached and it's easy to access. Plus it has some outer pockets and a no-slip strap (I really like that feature!) It's plain black but by no means ugly. It was $35, you really can't beat that!
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October 14th, 2010, 12:41 PM
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I'm dying for one of the Jill-E bags, but I just can't justify $239 on a camera bag...I'd rather have a new lens!
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November 14th, 2010, 05:52 PM
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I know this is old, but I have two Crumpler bags and I love them. I have a "four million dollar home" which is great for personal use if I just want to transport my camera body and one lens, and maybe a small accessory or two. I also have the "six million dollar home" which is great for taking on a shoot, and it holds my body, a couple lenses, and a bunch of accessories. They are well padded and have lots of pockets, some open, some velcro, and some zipper. They are fancy looking, but I'm not a fancy type person so I don't need that. I like them so much that I even got my husband a Crumpler laptop bag. For Christmas I think I'm buying myself the camera strap.
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