Domke bags - Any good?

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  1. Frankieplus

    Frankieplus TPF Noob!

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    Are the Domke bags any good?

    What are some recommended bags for throwing camera gear in while travelling oversease? Everyone here in Australia seem to be using Lowe Pro bags. I think they are the most common here. I find them a bit chunky though...

    I'll be taking my camera gear on the plane with me. Basically looking for a good bag to use during my trip.


    -Frankie
     
  2. danalec99

    danalec99 TPF Noob!

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    Yes, they are one of the best :thumbup: .

    - Here is a recent thread on camera bags.
    - Another thread
     
  3. KevinR

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    Domkes are nice bags. But I also have a LowePro. The CompuTrekker. I carry a laptop too. Love the bag so far.
     
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    Domke bags are designed for pro gear, meaning they don't have any padding (at least the original bags), because they are counting on your gear to be able to handle being banged around.
     

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