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    I need a new camera bag. I would mainly use it to hold my gear and to keep it safe when taking it to the church and on outings. I also would like to be able to keep the 70-200 lens on the camera. I have NO photography stores anywhere near where I live, so will have to order online. Does anyone have the Lowepro slingshot 330, or at least seen it? I've seen pictures online, but it is hard to judge size. I think it would work for me, but I hate to spend $100 and find out it is too small. The backpack types look too large.

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    DefaultRe: Camera bags

    I've been eying the Tamrac back packs.

    Here's a list of them on amazon. I've read some reviews and they were all positive. Plus, I think Kim has one??

    http://www.amazon.com/s/104-8241214-...textbin=Tamrac
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    Yep Aim, I do!
    I have the 5577 Expedition 7.
    Tamrac is great, I want to get another one of their smaller bags to replace my worn out smaller one.

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    DefaultRe: Camera bags

    I do not have a "camera bag" per se. I've been using an old piece of carry on luggage. So far it works for me so I'm happy.

    I hope you find the bag that will work right for you

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    Is this the bag? http://www.amazon.com/Lowepro-SlingS...&s=electronics
    It looks like a decent size. If you scroll down the page, it will tell you what you can put in the bag. It sounds like it's a good size.


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    DefaultRe: Camera bags

    Thanks everyone. I just ordered the lowepro slingshot 300.

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    http://www.mackspw.com/item.asp?id=&...rie_Wings_Logo

    This is the bag that I use. I can fit my camera with the 18-55mm lens on it as well as a 70-300mm lens and have plenty of pockets and mesh pockets to keep lots of other stuff in it. It has alot of padding and is Cordura, not to mention it's inexpensive.

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    I may order one of those slingshot bags. But I think the 200 or 100 would be ok for me, at this point. But I really like that you can take the camera out while the bag is still on your person.
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    Linda, I received my new B&H catalog in the mail today. It lists the Lowepro Slingshot 300s size as 11.8x6.5x11.8 inches. Hope this will give you some idea of the size.


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    Linda, I have the Slingshot 200 and I keep my 75-300mm lens on it all the time with plenty of room to spare. I like it because when you swing it around to take the camera out, you can use the bag as an elbow rest for a steadier shot. so far I don't have any complaints about this camera bag.
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