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    What do you use to carry your camera gear in when travelling or just heading out for the day?

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    I ve got just a basic black Lowepro, that also fits in the lap top. But just found an awesome company that does gorgeous leather bags that look like hand bags. Google or FB 3Annies.

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    I have a 3Annies bag - absolutely amazing!!! Beautifully made and it has enough room for everything I need!

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    I'm very jealous, but hopefully she has another sale soon

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    I have a Jo's Tote handbag (similar to 3Annies but 1/3 the price) which is fantastic for looking stylish, but can get a bit sore on the shouldar when sightseeing/walking around for 14 hours a day.....

    Just bought a Lowepro backpack that fits all my camera gear plus ipad and other personal stuff and should be sufficient as my carry on bag for flights. Ridiculously excited by it.

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    I was going to buy a lowepro sling shot bag, but right next to them was the same bag, in a generic brand for 1/3 of the price. So of course I bought it instead

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    I own a Jo Tote Rose.

    I prefer a "women camera bag", more stylish and people would never know theres thousands of dollars worth of gear in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by salamat View Post
    I own a Jo Tote Rose.

    I prefer a "women camera bag", more stylish and people would never know theres thousands of dollars worth of gear in it.
    I have the Betsy

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    Quote Originally Posted by wannawannabe View Post
    I have the Betsy
    I'm going to have to look up what it looks like

    How much can you fit into yours?

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    Quote Originally Posted by salamat View Post
    I'm going to have to look up what it looks like

    How much can you fit into yours?
    Body with 18-55mm attached, 70-300mm, 10-17mm, 50mm, spare memory cards and battery adaptor, iPad card reader, lens cleaning cloths, iPad, iPhone, earphones, wallet, passport, all of my travel documents, sunglasses in sunglass case, 750ml water bottle, a couple of muesli bars and at one point a subway foot long sandwich.

    That being said I lugged that sucker 11km up a mountain and around town everyday for a month when in Canada and the USA and found whilst it distributed the weight nicely, have the shoulder strap could be quite sore on the one shoulder constantly especially when being silly and staying out sightseeing for 14 hours a day!!!

    http://www.jototes.com/products/betsy-mustard


 

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