I currently have a backpack, but have been looking at something that will allow me to carry the camera, and yet have quick access to it. The backpack is nice because you can carry the camera and other stuff, but it doesn’t provide quick access to the camera.
Thus far, I’ve come across 2 bags that look very good.
Lowepro Slingshot AW100 (and larger sizes in the AW200 and AW300) and the Tenba Photo Sling series, especially the new Gen 3 bag.
The Tenba has a nicer look than the Lowepro bags, and the Gen3 slots between the AW100 and AW200 in size. It’s a bit more expensive, but it appears it is better built. I haven’t seen the Tenba yet, but I will be looking at one before I make a decision.
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