Budget camera backpack

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cg_341
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Budget camera backpack

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Hi everyone,

I've recently moved house and it appears that at some point my Lowepro Flipside 400 AW II has gotten mangled - thankfully taking the brunt of the damage and saving the cameras inside.

I'm looking for something that can hold two DSLRs, one with a SIgma 120-400 and one with a NIkon 18-140 as well as a few chargers and cables and so forth, ideally on a very tight budget!

If anyone has any recommendations please let me know :)

Thanks

Domvickery
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Re: Budget camera backpack

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Whats your budget, I couldnt afford a lowepro bag so went for this on Amazon

https://amzn.eu/d/fsgf4rw

It could be a little firmer round the sides & the dividers but for £50 its done me well for 4 years+
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cg_341
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Re: Budget camera backpack

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I was thinking between £50 and £75 so that might be a good shout!

Lighning Fan
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Re: Budget camera backpack

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If you were happy with the Flipside. How about looking for a used one - should easily be within your budget and often they are very lightly used e.g. MPB have one at £39 but they shouldn't be too hard to find

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Re: Budget camera backpack

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Domvickery wrote:
Wed 22 Jun 2022, 4:42 pm
Whats your budget, I couldnt afford a lowepro bag so went for this on Amazon

https://amzn.eu/d/fsgf4rw

It could be a little firmer round the sides & the dividers but for £50 its done me well for 4 years+
An invite for thieves with that name at the bottom I would have thought.

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