A&P I'm looking for a relatively cheap backpack...

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  1. Pineapple Devil

    Pineapple Devil beat it!

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    Something that will hold my 350d w/ the battery grip on it, about 3 or so lenses, an external flash and some compartments for things like filters, battery charger, etc. It wouldnt hurt if it has a way to attach a tripod to it either.

    Right now I've got the lowepro ex160 and its basically filled with my 350d (without batterygrip), 50mm, 18-55mm and my sigma 28-200mm on the camera. I've got filters and little other stuff filling the other pockets
     
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    www.microcenter.com

    they had one for like $20 in there add a couple weeks back. I never went to see how big it was but it looked big enough for your setup. Thats basicly what i need but i dont wana spend $150 on a damn backpack.
     
  3. Pineapple Devil

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    can you look on there and see if you can find it? the only thing i found was a universal camera/video camer backpack but that wouldnt work b/c the compartments are too big and not specifically for a slr camera
     
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    i was looking at that. doesnt look bad at all.
     
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    It is working out well for me so far, quite reasonable for a Canon product :cool:
     
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    I have that, sans the Canon badges. :mamoru: It is a good bag for the money. My only complaint is that the shoulder straps can be a little thicker and more padded. When that bag is stuffed and heavy, I feel it in my shoulders. It is just a bit smaller than your basic Jansport book bag, but not so small that you look like a dork carrying it around.

    I bought it from amazon when they had that free $30 when you sign up for their creditcard. Total came to $9 shipped. :hs:
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