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    great and comfortable bag

    Hi , I bought a Lowerpro bag , slingshot 100 , and its very well thought and confortable , fast to .

    There is a bigger one to .

    worth to have a look to .

    Cheers

    James

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    Re: great and comfortable bag

    James,

    Welcome to the forum! Yes, I'll agree with that... I have two of the Slingshots, the medium and large (there's a small too). Their design is really well thought out and very comfortable.

    Cheers,

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    Thanks Sir .

    James

    [QUOTE=simonclivehughes;110050]James,

    Welcome to the forum!

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    Re: great and comfortable bag

    Ooh, I have to go with the opposite. I've had a slingshot 300 for a couple of years, and I now use a flipside for my small kit, because the Slingshot's single shoulder strap wore on me over time. Granted, mine was an Aw300, so maybe that holds too much gear to be comfortable?

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    Re: great and comfortable bag

    I always meant to try one, but now I got a single top loader, which is not good enough as I need to be able to have something where I can at leat put 4 more lenses in.

    Hmmm 4 Top loaders?


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    Re: great and comfortable bag

    I have a Lowe Pro Vertex 300 AW which holds a lot of gear. Very comfortable and doesn't feel heavy on the back when loaded. About the best bag I've ever used and I'm sure won't be the last.
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    Re: great and comfortable bag

    I have the SS 200 for my 5D kit and bought the 100 for my smaller 400D kit for hiking. I'm finding it works very well for the G1 and several lenses for the same purpose. I think of all my bags (and I've accumulated quite a few over the years like a lot of you) I like the Slings and my 3 Domkes--I use the 5Xb for the G1, the 'little bit smaller' Classic for a number of different setups and the third is, I think, a 3XB--has 2 pouches on either side--deep and with 2 side divisions inside and a front pouch--use it quite a lot for the 5D with 3 lenses and other 'stuff'.

    Diane

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