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  1. #1
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    Red face Camera/laptop backpack

    Hi
    I'm new here, but wondered if anyone new of a good backpack for my canon DSLR , and my 13" macbook. I have seen the lowepack, natoional georgraphic, tamrack, gem, But I'm a creative woman and wanted something a bit special, a bit different and dare I say girlie? If anyone know of anything like this, please let me know.
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    Default crumpler bags

    Hi pinkspringbok. This is a link for crumpler bags it may help you http://crumpler.co.uk/?product=Pony_...oduct_line=990

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    Thanks, the crumpler ones look great!

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    HI look at the lowepro range too

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    I second the Crumpler bags. Well made and properly thought-out for photography. I'd put a badge over the label though as although they don't look like normal camera bags, people recognise them as such now.

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    Default Crumpler and Lowepro

    I support the positive remarks about Crumpler and Lowepro; I have both and they are very well made, well thought out and easy to carry and adjust. I use a Crumpler shoulder bag for a 'medium carry' of one DSLR and a second lens. I have recently bought a Lowepro Toploader which can take a DSLR fitted with a 300mm lens but little else. This I find brilliant on the bicycle or whilst walking. I also have the Lowepro backpack (not sure of the model name) which I can get everything in for a week or two away.

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    Hello..Next month I want to go trip and want to buy camera so please tell me which one is better.

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    Hi, without knowing your budget it's hard to say which camera will suit your needs best. I would suggest looking at the May issue of WDC camera magazine, pages 106-110. There you will find all the compacts listed and how thay are rated. If it's a DSLR you need then you will find all those listed too. Good hunting.

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