New Photo Backpacks

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  1. brokenhat

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  2. Cheddar

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    I think I like that Aero 85. Seems to be missing all the compartments in the front like my Adventure 9, but I might have to look into that one.
     
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    I love my Tamrac but I am getting out of the backpack scene. Going with a medium sized shoulder bag and a hard case for my shiz.
     
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    hard case on wheels is in my near future
     
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    Wow.. The Aero speed is pretty sweet, almost exactly what I'm looking for. I might worry about that easy access side panel in sketchy places though..
     
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    Well then, How about a Tamarac Adventure 9 to quench your thirst? I have one, and its the side access panel that has me wanting to switch.
     
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    I just got the sequence and it's wicked. I am trying to find something else I can use to just take a body with a medium lens on it (like a 17-50)

    I love the lowepro toploaders but my camera does not fit in them with a grip on. Anyone know of a similar case that would work?
     
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    After some consideration. I like the look of the speed because it looks like I'd actually be able to leave my 70-200 on the camera. Right now I have to store the 70-200 in the upper compartment. I hate that, but I'd hate just as much to "have to" store it "on camera" instead. Even this bag doesn't look large enough to store the 70-200 in one of the lens slots. I think I'd want the side access panel. Just might worry about it occasionally.

    The adventure 9 looks better for storing things, but still not quite enough I don't think.
     

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