- Feb 16, 2010
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Any ideas? Will be just the M4/3 with a smaller 14-42 lens, spare battery and a few memory cards? Lowepro is ok but want something that looks a bit better.
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You save some money and you don't have to walk around with a bag that screams: "Expensive camera in here, please rip off my shoulder!" when abroad or in Baltimore.
If you want style as well as decently made bags with good protection they're probably the best bet. LowePro is very decent from a practical point of view, but styling is pretty functional...
That's assuming you never actually use your camera to take pictures, because as soon as you do your cover's blown anyway whether you're using a $300 Billingham or a $5 diaper bag. Besides, micro 4/3 cameras were designed around size. If you're going to carry a Billingham, Lowepro, or whatever, and stuff it full of crap, why bother with M4/3? Just get an SLR and be done with it, and have better image quality to boot.