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  1. NetChemica

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    I need a camera bag that I can carry all day long without getting uncomfortable and still get easy access to while walking.

    My buddy recommended a messenger bag, but I don't want my camera flopping around.

    Also, I'm shopping for a circular polarizer for my 18-200 (72mm) lens.

    I've used a quantaray cp on my kit lens, but seeing as this is a decent lens, I want a good filter. I've heard that B+W make quality filters, any other recommendations?

    What's the difference between the Circular Polarizer, Multi Coated Circular Polarizer, and Kaeseman Circular Polarizer Multi-Resistant Coating?
     
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    Im lovin my new slingshot300
     
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    I dunno, I have the 200 and on long days I wish I had one with two straps. My shoulder starts annoying me and its not as sturdy as I want it to be when Im running.
     
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    doesn't exist,every bag gets uncomfortable eventually, and the easier it is to access your gear the faster it will get uncomfortable
     
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    I've got a kata r-103 and it works perfectly.

    :dunno:
     
  6. NetChemica

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    What about the filter?

    Any specific circular polarizer that is good enough quality for a novice and still wont break the bank?

    Should I just fork the money over for a Kaesemann multi coated filter?
     
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    I got a Hoya for my 18-70 and I love it. I'd go with that (about $40 for a 67mm..I dunno which one you need)
     
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    Fastpack 350, the harness system makes all of my gear + 5lb notebook feel like nothing.
     
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    tiffen low light polarizing filter about $40
     

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