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Friday, February 2, 2007

Toolbox: D-SLR Camera Bags

Travel light with one of these distinctive bags designed for mobility


Crumpler 2 Million Dollar Home Crumpler 2 Million Dollar Home
The uniquely named 2 Million Dollar Home camera bag from Crumpler offers a hip alternative for the shutterbug. Consisting of a water-resistant shell, it includes a rip-stop nylon lining and multiple pockets for accessories, cables and memory cards. List Price: $28.

 

RoadWired Podzilla

RoadWired Podzilla
The RoadWired Podzilla is a camera bag for photographers who carry a variety of small gadgets and accessories with their camera and lenses. Along with a camera and an attached lens, the uniquely designed case can accommodate cables, extra batteries, a GPS device, a cell phone, media cards and more. Its multiflap design makes storing and accessing items easy and efficient. List Price: $49.

Pro SlingerAdorama Pro Slinger
The Adorama Pro Slinger's versatile design allows it to be worn as a waist bag, shoulder bag or even a backpack. The spacious main compartment can accommodate a pro D-SLR with a moderate zoom lens and a couple of smaller lenses or a flash and other accessories. The interior includes adjustable partitions and two mesh pockets, and the exterior is water-resistant. List Price: $55.

M-RockM-ROCK High Sierra
The M-ROCK High Sierra bag is ideal for those who use a long zoom lens. Capable of accepting a D-SLR with a zoom lens as long as six inches, the holster-type bag offers numerous compartments for extra media cards, batteries and cables. It features unique bungee straps for carrying some items below the bag and a protective weather jacket. List Price: $48.




 

 


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