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Old 10-31-2011, 08:43 PM   #4
wds
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I hate camera bags! I've got a bad back so I can only use a backpack comfortably but never found one that suited my purposes. Last year i got myself one of these Cotton Carrier rigs for Christmas. With it I can leave the bag at home (or in the car) and comfortably carrry two bodies complete with two lenses (my 100-400L and 24-105L) all day long. If I need to bring along my wide angle it goes in a little pouch on my belt. Best thing is, I can shoot an oncoming train with my long zoom then just let go of it and grab the other in a half a second! The cameras are tethered, so they won't hit the ground when you drop them. There's nothin' more aggravating than having to root around in a bag with a train comin' at ya. And if the weather's crappy, I can just zip my jacket up over the whole thing.
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