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Old 15th September 2018
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Re: Lowepro Orion trekker

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Originally Posted by Phill D View Post
That was a bargain John. I've used the mk2 version of this bag constantly for nearly 10 years now and it's been brilliant. I've been trying to replace it for a while as it's finally started to loose a bit of it's back padding but just can't find anything that suits me as well.
What is it with Camera bags? As my lens have grown in number, and size, I have found it difficult to find a bag I liked. I like the sling bags, used an orange Tamrac until the zip bust, then a Lowepro, which was good, but too big, then finally Amazons own make. Its a fairly tight fit for camera, and binoculars and a fisheye lens. I carry telephotos in their own bags, and usually fit them before I go walkabouts. I do not try to carry all of my kit at the same time, heavy and expensive if something goes awry.....

Still looking for the perfect bag, cost is also a major factor, just am not going to pay 100's for a bag......
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