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Old 02-27-2013, 12:10 PM   #1
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PB question and backpack for 70-200mm

On the new Phtobucket site - how do you see EXIF info for your pictures? I feel like it used to be just to the right of the image on the old site...now I can't find it anywhere.

On backpacks - for those carrying a Canon 70-200mm...what do you use? I have a slingshot Lowepro 202 and it's awesome...but the camera doesn't fit with the 70-200mm mounted. So it's not so awesome anymore.
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On the new Phtobucket site - how do you see EXIF info for your pictures? I feel like it used to be just to the right of the image on the old site...now I can't find it anywhere.

On backpacks - for those carrying a Canon 70-200mm...what do you use? I have a slingshot Lowepro 202 and it's awesome...but the camera doesn't fit with the 70-200mm mounted. So it's not so awesome anymore.
Think tank has the streetwalker series that can take the 70-200. They have 3 diff sizes in that line. There is other stuff from think tank that would fit u also. Take a look at their site.

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Old 03-03-2013, 03:50 PM   #3
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My Lowepro Pro Trekker 400 AW carries my 70-200 mounted. It even carries my 150-500 mounted. I love it.
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You will see me anywhere I travel with a Fastpack 350 - I can carry my camera with a batterygrip and 70-200 lens attached with no problem.
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Another vote for the Lowepro Fastpack 350. It's what I have and I love it. Works great.
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My Lowepro Pro Trekker 400 AW carries my 70-200 mounted. It even carries my 150-500 mounted. I love it.
Looks great but price!

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Another vote for the Lowepro Fastpack 350. It's what I have and I love it. Works great.
I thought about this bag but wasn't sure where to put the 70-200mm when it wasn't mounted.

In the end I found a Crumpler 7MDH for a great price from Cameta. Fits all my stuff nicely.
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