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    re camera bags, the best one I have ever used is the FOGG bag made of very strong canvas, leather and solid brass fittings, and is very expensive but built like a battleship.
    I tholds a 4x5 Horsman and accessories and still leaves room for the lunch pack.
    Iam still looking for the smaller version for my Leica M7 outfit, anyone out there know where to buy one now.

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    Those look a little like tool bags.

    http://www.leevalley.com/wood/page.asp?pag...currency=1&SID=

    I think somebody has the US rights to them.

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    I use the Zone VI bag for my 4x5. Very simple design; when I open it, everything is at my fingertips. Holds camera, two lenses, 5-6 holders, focusing cloth, etc.

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