How to carry my camera...

Discussion in 'Nikon DX DSLR' started by sciomako, Jun 6, 2007.

  1. I want to carry a D70 + 20/2.8 AF + grad ND filter on Cokin P holder while I'm trekking or skiing.

    What's the best agile option for quick access?
     
  2. Holster bags are probably your best bet of compactness and protection. D70 is a strong camera but can't take a beating like a D2 or D200.
     
  3. Thanks chinesetunna. I'll check Holster out.

    p.s. I don't want to carry my D200, nor 17-55, etc. I want to see how Galen Rowell's philosophy works out in practice. :)
     
  4. Toby D

    Toby D

    Mar 7, 2006
    Iowaay
    Kinesis. I have one and when I want to go light, it can do the job. Good protection, some storage and slim.

    http://kgear.com/c/
     
  5. Works great - I find myself much more creative when I have limited gear and have to compensate for equipment with my mind rather than digging into the bag trying to "find" the right lens and what not.

    Bring a P/S camera too - great for snapshots and very very easy access, also wouldn't mind putting them in harms way since they're so cheap anyways :)

    I took this shot below last year while back in China with gf's Sony T5 because I wasn't about to risk my bag of gear in a tiny fishing boat that could capsize at anytime. The LCD finder was actually super useful for the low angle.

    [​IMG]
     
  6. wow, great shot, chinesestunna.
     
  7. Thanks Toby. The chest bag looks promising.
     
  8. thanks :) That little Sony surprised me as well
     
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