A&P I need a backpack!

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  1. Scout

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    I travel a lot and I'm kind of getting over carrying two separate bags to carry my camera gear, and just normal everyday stuff I need.
    So anyone got recommendations for a bag that can fit cameras as well as have room left over for stuff like food, clothes, pornos etc?
     
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    tamrac has a decent one - I think it is the exporer 9 - and the price is not bad either. I just dont like that it is like 3 feet tall
     
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    I think I've seen those before. I'll check it out tomorrow.

    But if it's tall...that sucks. I was looking at the Burton Zoom and you'd look like a backpacker wearing it :o
     
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    I have the Burton Zoom... it's pretty huge :o
    And there actually isn't much room left for anything else (maybe a t-shirt/socks/gloves) if you have the camera block in there.

    Have you looked at the Dakine Sequence?
     
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    I :love: my dakine sequence.
     
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    i have 3 tamrac bags :run:
     
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    I used to have an adventure 7, I loved it to death it was just too small
     
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    As much as I love my lowepro trekker, the zips on it are always getting caught. Those tamracs look the goods though
     
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    Was originally interested in the Dakine, but no one in Australia seems to stock it :o

    Had a look at some Lowerpro ones today which seem nice.

    I'll check out some of those Tamrac ones recommended
     
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    Let me know if you want to buy it. I'd sell it for 50$USD :dunno: Shipping to Australia tho? If you can find one local for cheaper go for it.
     
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    i love my new lowepro flipside 400 aw... it fits all my gear and wears comfortably!
     
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    i got the dakine sequence and i love it
     
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    I used the Sequence for a while, but sold it because it was a bit too big for bc skiing.
     

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