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General accessories Batteries, eye cups, power grips, straps, eyepiece magnifiers, cables, remotes and much more.

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Minimalist bag

Preferably backpack want to use it when cycling so as small and light as possible. Need only accommodate E-M1 (no grip) with 12-40mm, ED 40-150 plus spare battery and filter or two.
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Re: Minimalist bag

Have a look at the Urban Slinger on 7DayShop.

http://www.7dayshop.com/products/7da...DAY-S-OG-4026Z

Or some of their other bags. Cheap, cheerful, and generally well made.
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Re: Minimalist bag

This bag was mentioned a few weeks ago and I bought one. The strap was clipped to the ring on the back and I found that with any weight in the bag the press stud came undone. Tossed it to one side as useless - maybe have some other use for it.

On clicking on your link I got the bag out to check it was the same. It then dawned on me that I might try clipping the strap to one of the side rings. Problem solved and money saved - I think it will do the job Thanks Stephen
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Re: Minimalist bag

Yes, mine's clipped to a side ring. I use the bag exclusively for one of my OM cameras plus 3 lenses.
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Re: Minimalist bag

Mine too! a great and very cheap bag, ideal for street photography.
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