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Old 05-31-2015   #1
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I will be flying out of the country next month and am looking for a good, budget friendly, backpack for my gear to take as a carry on. I would appreciate any suggestions and/or links if you have them. Thanks in advance!

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Depends on how much stuff you have and are taking, and how big the bodies and lenses are (Full DSPR, Mirrorless, etc.).....

I have a green Canon bag you can have
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Lowepro-...25075900&rt=nc

I bought this about 6 weeks ago from this vendor. It holds a ton of stuff and is well constructed. It is a discontinued item from Lowepro and ships from China. I received it in less than two weeks with their free shipping. It would certainly fit as a carry on.
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Depends on how much stuff you have and are taking, and how big the bodies and lenses are (Full DSPR, Mirrorless, etc.).....

I have a green Canon bag you can have
Thank you. I will only be taking one body and maybe three lenses. My main concern is getting a bag that is well padded so my gear is well protected when stuffed in the overhead. Do you have any suggestions?
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Lowepro-...25075900&rt=nc

I bought this about 6 weeks ago from this vendor. It holds a ton of stuff and is well constructed. It is a discontinued item from Lowepro and ships from China. I received it in less than two weeks with their free shipping. It would certainly fit as a carry on.
Thank you! I will look at this one better when I have a little more time. Have you flown with this bag? Just want to be sure to take one that will protect the gear in while being in the overhead.
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nice information
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