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F100 Bag

  • Thread starter earloffarnboro1
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earloffarnboro1

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Hello all !
Bought a F100 a few months ago. Recently I bought the MB-15 battery pack and the AH-4 hand strap. Now I had to find out, that the camera does not fit in any of my bags anymore. Not even if I use a shorter lens. Does anyone have any suggestions?
Thanks for your help and regards from Vienna
Peter}
 

carlosg

Member
Servus Hans Peter,
There are so many brands of bags for photo equipment around... you can even find bags where you can attach a tripod to...
Carlos
Portugal
 
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f90x

Check any camera store for Tamrac or LowePro (still don't know how to pronounce it). Both brands - and some others - have patents on partitions for so called pro cameras, with "pro" lenses attached, in their bags.
 
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oskarb

Servus Hans

If you have a reasonable budget, you cannot go past Billingham for camera bags. They have a great range to suit all needs. All canvas and leather trim with models that do not look suspiciously like a camera bag more like ordinary luggage.

If you are carrying a lot of gear they are also very comfortable.

www. billingham.co.uk


Viel glück and lets us know how you get on.

Craig
 
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earloffarnboro1

Hello Helen,
it adds about 10% to the weight, but all in all, this stuff is quite bulky and heavy.
Hello Craig,
I had a Billingham for my Hasselblad XPan, it had a zipper at the top, and now, when I sold the XPan, I saw a lot of ugly scratches on the body. I still have the Hadley for the G2, but I think these bags are very overpriced.
Thanks you all for your contributions.
Peter
 
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