Best Bag/Pack for me?

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  1. KasparP

    KasparP TPF Noob!

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    I want to buy a pack for my equipment. Not sure if I should get a bag or a backpack, either one works I guess.

    Anyways heres my gear:

    Nikon D60
    15-55mm
    SB600(soon)
    35mm

    I WILL be upgrading to a D90...someday :lol: so it'd be nice if this worked for that to.

    Dont wanna spend more then 100, I most likely will use fleabay

    Thanks!
     
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    Sounds like a lowepro slingshot would be nice for you. had one but lost it when it rolled out of the truck when I was trying to grab a shot of the space shuttle take off :D
    TJ
     
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    I must agree, with TJ, Lowepro slingshot sounds like a winner for you. I love mine I currently have the 200 aw.

    Zach.
     
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    Eh, seems a little small for me.

    How about the Mini Trekker?
     
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    For what you listed it is definitely not too small at all. There are different sizes too.
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    I mustve seen a bad video on it.

    I can get a mini trekker for like 50 dollars though, what do you think? Is that flash in the case, I'm guessing its pretty deep?
     
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    If you don't mind loosing the option of super quick access the mini trekker will probably hold a lot of gear. But the slingshot would also be nice just for like a hike and stuff like that you will appreciate it. I miss it now that i have the flipside. I am going to get another one or a kata 3-n-1 30 so i can get that sling ability again. Walking waist deep through a river in the mountains makes it hard to take off a back pack i've come to realize haha.
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    Hmm, well I'm 16 so hikes dont really....appeal to me that much yet ;)

    I mostly just shoot nature and portraits, usually always still life.

    Any other suggestions? If not I'll go with the sling...but what model is the best?
     
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    But wait, where would I put my tripod?
     
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    That seems nice, but I dont carry my laptop around at all so I feel like instead of having a space for a laptop I'd rather have....space.

    Can you take some detailed pictures? The ones I found are only with the compartment out like it is in the pictures at BHP.
     
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