Camera Bags

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  1. dareone

    dareone Senior member

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    I'm looking for a camera bag for my new canon dslr, and am turning to you guys for some ideas and/or suggestions.

    Basically, I need something that:
    • is simple, yet stylish
    • preferably with a shoulder strap
    • holds a dslr including a extra lens or two
    • waterproof would be a plus

    Currently, I have a canon bag that came with my camera. But it feels way too bulky, and i don't like the fact that it looks like a camera bag.

    Any info would be greatly appreciated!
     
  2. ppllzz

    ppllzz Senior member

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    incase has a nice one
     
  3. dareone

    dareone Senior member

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    incase has a nice one

    thanks! the sling pack looks kinda promising...
     
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    the_state Senior member

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    Supreme's waist bags make for dope SLR cases.
     
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    Master-Classter Senior member

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    I've heard good things about lowepro, not sure how "stylish" they are though
     
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    Johdus Fanfoozal Senior member

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    red120 Well-Known Member

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    Pelican makes some soft bags that are pretty nice and reliable. Have them in different colors too, in case you want to avoid rob-me-I-have-a-camera-black.
     
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    Domke waxwear.
     
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    cb_32 Senior member

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    Usually what I do is I put it in this Centrios bag I bought from The Source(cost me 30 bucks) and I stuff it in my puma backpack.

    But some of the suggestions can work pretty well.
     
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    Can anyone recommend a good DSLR backpack? I prefer to wear a backpack while shooting. I know KZO made one but they don't make it anymore. And honestly I thought it was kind of ugly.
     
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    there arent many good-looking camera backpacks out there, but I'd recommend the new Kata Bumblebee series. they look promising, if a bit pricey
     
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    CanuckBassist Senior member

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    Get a Tenba messenger insert for $30-40 or however much it costs and put it in your favourite shoulder/messenger bag. Viola, stylish camera bag!
     
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    Such a hole in the market for stylish ones. The Crumpler range are varied - their catalogue is hilarious at least.
     

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