How many bags do you have?

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  1. MBasile

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    I have two, but thats only because I recently acquired one.

    I have a gigantic lowepro bag that I no longer use, and a Tamrac Adventure 6 (I think it's the 6, maybe the 7) that I actually managed to squeeze my Sony A700, 50mm macro, 50mm prime, 18-200mm zoom, 70-300mm zoom, and a flash into! The website says it can hold a body, a big lens, a small lens, and maybe a flash. I WIN! lol

    I might use the lowepro as storage for my film stuff so I don't have it sitting, unprotected, on the shelf.


     
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    I have a Lowe pro AW 300 (was supposed to be a AW 200, Paid £40 for it but the guy was cleaning it out before sending, and he noticed it was an AW 300 but he let the price sit at £40, came in great condition ;).)
     
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    4 and looking for another one, probably the Lowepro 190AW shoulder bag.

    3 of the current 4 are for sale though.

    * Lowepro Flipside 300 (for sale)
    * Lowepro Rezo 170AW
    * Lowepro Toploader 75 (for sale)
    * Lowepro Cirrus 25 for sale)
     
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    I have 2 bags, but I only use one, the first is a super old duffel bag style camera bag. The second is a lowpro aw5, which I love. It's big, and when they say All Weather, they mean ALL WEATHER, I had it in a freakin downpour, soaked, Literally soaked on the oustide, bone dry on the inside.
     
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    Anyone used the Dakine photo bags? Looking at possibly getting one
     
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    yikes, those all look as big as tamrac expedition 6x or 7x even. look like nice bags though.

    i just ordered another.... tamrac express 7 :) should be here today
     
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    I just have the one at the moment - a Lowepro Stealth ReporterD400 AW - fantastic when the weather is bad - which is invariably is in England, but I am looking for a bigger one soon as I am now struggling to fit everything in it! xxx
     
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    I have two bags.

    #1 - Tamrac CyberPack 8 - This carries pretty much everything and it weighs in at 32 pounds. It is my daily carry (I need the computer for work and I like to have camera gear with me). In it, I have:
    - D300
    - All five lenses
    - Cleaning supplies for lenses and sensor
    - Dell Latitude Inspiron 1720 laptop (17" monitor... BIG laptop)
    - Power supply for laptop
    - Oodles of cords/cables/batteries/business cards/photographer's rights pamphlets/etc...
    - SB-900

    #2 - Tiny little Kalt that's as old as I am - this is just large enough for the body and an extra lens or two, depending on the lenses. I can throw extra camera batteries in it and other essentials. I use this for when I'm gonna be more mobile, like hiking a park or whatever. I'll load up the Kalt with the lenses I think I'll need, and then lock the CyberPack in the boot.

    I am looking at the possibility of a SlingShot or something similar to replace the Kalt.
     
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    Currently I have 2 bags, Looking for a third.

    Lowerpro Slingshot 200 AW, great bag I use this often.

    Lowepro Super Trekker AW II, Great bag as well freaking HUGE! I picked this back up off eBay for a steal for just over 200 bucks! It was used and couldn't even find a spec of dirt on it.

    Zach
     
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    I currently have two- a tan Tamrac Express 7 camera bag, and a digital camo Tamrac Adventure 6. Both fit my needs perfectly. I really like Tamrac. They make excellent camera bags.
     
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    I just ordered my third bag, think tank digital holster 20. Going to be used for just throwing in a backpack for long hikes. Or in the tank bag of my motorcycle.
     

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