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Lowepro Mini Trekker AW


Review Date: Dec 30, 2005 Recommend? yes | Price paid: $89.00 | Rating: 10 

 
Pros: There really isn't much you can't put in this bag. I've had 3 other "normal" camera bags that just can't hold this much gear, safely. This one can hold everything I own (other than the 300mm, which it could hold if I needed took some other lenses out).
Cons:
I wish the outer pocket had a little more padding on it, but there's plenty of stuff you can put in there that doesn't need protection.

There really isn't much you can say about this backpack case that hasn't already been said. I just need to buy more lenses to fill up the empty space.

You can easily rearrange this case to fit all you needs. I've been down the road of regular camera bags and they just never seem to have enough room to fit a pro level camera and more than 2 lenses...other than the monster "pro" level bags that are a lot more money than this gem.

Highly recommend.



 
Canon EOS 1D Mark II

1D2
Review Date: Oct 21, 2005 Recommend? yes | Price paid: $3,200.00 | Rating: 10 

 
Pros: Professional level camera on all levels. Sharpness, extreme speed, flexibility
Cons:
Weight, Price

After coming from a 300D, this is another world. The fps speed is amazing. I had a T90 back in the film days and this exceeds that camera...mainly because of it's speed. AI Servo mode is excellent for sports (what I was lacking with the 300D).

The metering modes are more than the average photographer could ever ask for.

Weight is a little excessive for a "walk around" camera.

I don't see myself looking to upgrade from this any time soon.

Highly recommend