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    Love my Domke F3 canvas bag... Sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dances_w_clouds View Post
    What I just ordered for a camera bag is a "fly fishing shoulder gear bag" I have had one like it for many years worked just fine. Water proof and it does not advertise "I am carrying expensive camera equipment"


    http://www.ebay.ca/itm/400327455041?...#ht_500wt_1180
    Unless you've got a couple Dolly Vardens hanging out of it it's still going to say "cameras". Especially if you have one of same hanging on your neck. (A camera, not a Dolly Varden.)

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    I've got a domke F-5xb and I couldn't love it more for street shooting. I leave the camera over my shoulder and the bag holds three lenses on my other side, across my body. It's perfectly-sized for three SLR lenses. The only lens I can't fit is my 80-200 f/2.8. It's just barely not deep enough to fit.

    If I need something to carry more gear, I have a Crumpler 6 Million Dollar Home. It fits anything I'd need for a serious outing while still not getting in my way.

    And then if I really need to lug some stuff out somewhere and use it as a sort of "mobile base," I have a CaseLogic photo backpack. I can lug tons of kit around in it, but it's more of a "take it to your location and stay there" sort of thing. I'll often load it up in my trunk if I'm driving somewhere so I know I have everything.

    All of them work, but the Domke is my favorite because it's so weightless and fast to get in and out of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dances_w_clouds View Post
    What I just ordered for a camera bag is a "fly fishing shoulder gear bag" I have had one like it for many years worked just fine. Water proof and it does not advertise "I am carrying expensive camera equipment"


    http://www.ebay.ca/itm/400327455041?...#ht_500wt_1180
    Well? How is it?

    For the last six months or so I've been using a ginormous Domke messenger bag with a waxed finish to carry two cameras with lenses mounted. A bit overkill, but so easy to slip a body in and out without having to wrestle with partitions. (Years ago I would have stuffed the bag with gear and broken my clavicle hauling so much unnecessary crap around. Somehow, in the intervening years, I got smart. No, really.)
    Fred Latchaw
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    I am beginning to resent being referred to as 'half-fast'.
    Whatever that's supposed to mean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dances_w_clouds View Post
    What I just ordered for a camera bag is a "fly fishing shoulder gear bag" I have had one like it for many years worked just fine. Water proof and it does not advertise "I am carrying expensive camera equipment"


    http://www.ebay.ca/itm/400327455041?...#ht_500wt_1180
    Be careful the bag material may be waterproof, but it has an awful lot of zips and I doubt they are waterproof.
    Ben

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