Bag Recommendation

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  1. Leo

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    I currently have a Lowepro Stealth Reporter D200 AW. It's very tight with my current camera with grip and lens attached, plus 2 lenses and a flash. I plan on getting a 28-200 f/2.8L IS lens in the future. I don't like backpacks, I'd rather have a shoulder bag. I also would like to put my Stroboframe ProT flash bracket in the bag as well. What are my options for a camera bag?

    I would appreciate any suggestion.
     
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    usayit No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    You can move to the lowepro stealth reporter 400AW. Should be more than enough space.
     
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    Thanks.....I was looking at the 400AW too, looks like it should satisfy my needs. Thinking of keeping the 200AW and just use it when I don't need to bring all my lenses.
     
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    I say .. Can never have too many bags... all sorts depending on needs!!

    You can also buy an extra heavy duty padded strap for that bag as well.
     

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