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    ARAX Camera Bag

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    ... the ARAX camera bag nicely holds a body, lens, prism, WL, and two backs, with room for a few filters and some odds and ends in the side pocket. I've been very pleasantly surprised by mine, which came with the camera. And what thief would think to steal an Arax?
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    ARAX sounds good to me so I went to their web site; to buy this bag , and I'd like to have it; you are tequired to provide the last 4-digits of your Soc Sec number - NO way. But, I'd like to buy one w/o furnishing information not wise to difulge. Where did you buy yours?
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    When I bought my Arax I did not need to give my SSN. Email Gevorg and see what he suggests.

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    Gevorg

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    When I bought my Arax I did not need to give my SSN. Email Gevorg and see what he suggests.
    Searched for a member with this moniker and could not find. Could you pm me with it. My moniker is hortense.
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    Try the Photobackpacker products. They are a sponsor. I have one of their small cases, for storing filters, which would probably work quite nicely for your camera. In fact, the system is designed to be used in a standard backpack. I have a picture of some of their products in the Conference gallery.
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