thats exactly what i have been looking for, and i have found it in this bag.monkeymax said:Possibly a bizarre question, but that bag... Who's the manufacturer and how pricey is it? And obviously how good is it? Is it actually your camera bag?
It's just that I've been looking for a bag like that for a while - a bag that you can carry you camera in easily and reasonably safely while not looking like a traditional camera bag (i.e. an obvious target when you're walking around London). I'm loving my normal shoulder satchel thingy at the moment for laptop or folders but would love a good camera version even more - but have been unable to find it. So, details please?!
Sweet - thanks for that!ryosuke said:Discussion about his bag...
Ummm, no. I've been down that route before and it almost got me in trouble (as in minus a lens...).AxlxA said:wow pricey for a bag. I'd rather just buy something cheap that just has enough space.
I'm exactly the same. I've always worked damned hard to be able to afford anything. And this is partly the reason I'm still to replace my 8year old laptop and 3 year old MP3 player - they still work etc etcAxlxA said:I guess I see your point monkeymax. Coming from my background, I want cheapest of everything and as long as it "functions" then i dont need to spend more on something better.
But again, I have to justify $1000USD to spend on a dSLR + lens + bag + memory + what not.
It's actually quite comfortable. Obviously not as cushy as a bag, but lightweight for a hardcase. It's at just the right height to rest my arm on.ryosuke said:isn#t that quite uncomfortable to carry? i prefer to be hugged by a soft bag.
!AxlxA said:heheh berserkcatsplat! that's a good case..... if you're a professional assasin.
Me Pro ?? lol ! Not at all dude !! Thanks for thinking that tho !!AxlxA said:cowsowrth that's an awesome backpack. I'd get something liek that if i were a pro photographer like you.
I've seen photos from the kit lens and it doesn't seem super sharp, and having used it I noticed it's not as fast as some of the better Canon lenses. But frankly I also reckon that as a new DSLR user you won't notice the niggles of the lens...AxlxA said:I think I am caving into my own obsession. I think I might buy the 350D this week!
$630USD for the 350D kit... good? I hear terrible things about the kit lens but I am not willing to dish out $300 for a better lens right now. I also want this camera so I can realize my full potential as a photographer while I backpack through Europe.