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Bhavesh Karnik
 

Nikon D70 Camera bag?


Can someone suggest a good bag for D70.

Is it possible to get a bag with "Nikon" inscribed on it? I saw some ppl have that but donno where to get it.


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3/31/2005 7:05:48 AM

 
Kerry L. Walker   Why do you want a camera bag with "Nikon" on it? You might as well have "Good Camera, Steal Me" written on the side. Go for something less noticeable. There is a multitude of good camera bags out there. You need to see what has compartments for all of the equipment you plan to carry.


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3/31/2005 7:11:28 AM

 
Bhavesh Karnik   hahaha I didnt think that way. I've spent long time in Japan and thus gone kinda naive abt such things.

Anyway I'm buying D70 today so pls advise which specific bag ppl found reliable by experience. I plan to have 3 lens, battries etc.

I looked around on Amazon but didnt find much.


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3/31/2005 7:41:06 AM

 
Kerry L. Walker   Check adorama.com. You can find a lot of bags and a lot of information about them.


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3/31/2005 7:53:08 AM

 
Peter K. Burian
BetterPhoto Member Since: 4/8/2004
  Or see

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/controller/home?ci=1&sb=ps&pn=1&sq=desc&InitialSearch=yes&O=SearchBar&A=search&Q=*&shs=Nikon+bag

Peter Burian
www.peterkburian.com


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4/3/2005 9:04:13 AM

 
doug Nelson   I agree with Kerry on being inconspicuous. Domke sells a four-cell insert that would hold four lenses or three and a flash. They also make a velcro-secured camera wrap to protect an SLR body or an SLR with a lens. Everything would fit in a beat-up army surplus bag, or a plain black shoulder bag. Domke makes plain shoulder bags of any size. Showing off a brand name smacks of conspicuous consumption, bragging, and makes you look less serious as a photographer. For my taste, the Domke name on their bags is a bit prominent. I'd tone it down with a black marker.


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4/4/2005 5:51:39 AM

 
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