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02-10-2014, 05:54 PM   #16
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Belt systems will not work with my girth! It is disappointing that Think Tank doesn't have some kind of secure small backpack like this:


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02-10-2014, 06:03 PM   #17
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QuoteOriginally posted by gosman Quote
Belt systems will not work with my girth! It is disappointing that Think Tank doesn't have some kind of secure small backpack like this:


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You sure about that?

Pro Speed Belt V2.0 - XL-XXL

XL-XXL size: 4464 (112162 cm) based on actual waist measurement. Note: pant sizes can vary 2-5 inches smaller than true waist measurements. For the most accurate results, please measure your waist with a tape measure.
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Afraid I may lose my pants! Just kidding!
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For those interested Canucks, Henry's carries a lot of the Think Tank line.

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02-11-2014, 06:13 PM   #20
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QuoteOriginally posted by gosman Quote
secure small backpack
Aside from the LowePro Flipsides, you might like the Tamrac Zuma 9 'Secure Traveller' backpack, which is also rear-opening:
tamrac | Zuma 9 Secure Traveler

It's quite compact too - maybe too compact. But you can attach various modular Tamrac accessories to the sides if needed.
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Yes I have seen the Zuma. I think it is a bit small. I don't really like attachable modules- just something that will be open by unwanted hands or spill out if not secured during a hasty photo opportunity. The quest for the perfect bag goes on.
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What about Tamrac's Pro Digital Zoom Bag 10? I love mine, and it' less expensive than some of the suggestions so far.
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QuoteOriginally posted by gosman Quote
I think it is a bit small.
A larger rear-opener I've looked at is the Vanguard Adapter 48:
Vanguard ? Photo-Video - Tripods, Camera Bags, Cases, Optics, Binoculars

The Vanguard Uprise 45 might also do the job.

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