Hi all, I'm looking for a better bag for my MF gear. The problem of the "digital age" is that most -if not all- info I can find on bags lists how many small digital bodies and lenses you can fit inside. There's no way to know whether the Mamiya brick will fit. Well, if the manufacturer lists some internal sizes, that might give me an idea. Trouble is, all shops have some bags, no shop has all bags, so although I've tried, "just bringing your gear along and trying a bag" doesn't really work. Besides, then you can only choose from what the local shop has in stock, and I may miss a nice bag just because the shop doesn't have it. I'm sure APUG is a good place to ask as well... So, what I want to take with me is: - Mamiya C3, - 1 extra lens (or should I say: 2 extra lenses?); maybe another one in the future (the lenses aren't that big, though...), - Zero2000 pinhole camera (always nice to bring that as a second camera), - "Some stuff" (some filters, some rollfim (5-10 rolls), notebook, ... you know, just "some stuff"), - Nice to have: enough space in there to fit a Metz 45 CT1, although I will not take this with me very often. I'm not 100% sure whether I'm looking for a backpack or a reporter-style bag. Because of the weight, a backpack might be a better choice, but to have the camera "at the ready", I much prefer a reporter-style bag. I was looking at the Packington from Billingham yesterday. Still need to measure the size of my equipment... Seems like a very nice bag, if it's big enough. If any of you has some advice, either on backpacks or reporter-style bags, I'd be happy to hear (read) it. Open for suggestions!