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Crumpler are well known for there snazzy designs and bonkers names for their camera bags. Here we take a look at a selection and see how good they really are.
Crumpler offer a wide range of versatile and stylish camera bags, suitable for any photographer.
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When it comes to bags Nik is on the case and the pouch and the backpack...
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Gotta say I like my Crumpler bag, especially now i understand the third leg idea! i actually use if as extra secutrity when I'm out by looping throught my belt. That way if the bag is grabbed there is still an attachment! The inside if far more easier to manage than a convential rucksack, for me at least, with plenty of room for a days shoot.
The thing that was steering me away from the trekker was the lack of padding/protection compared to the Crumpler and the other Lowepro
If you live in/near London, there is a Jacobs(?) with a big Jessops opposite on New Oxford Street, quite a good selection there. Interestingly between purchasing the original crumpler bag-that’s-too-small and going back the other week, Jessops no longer seem to sell the crumpler range. Speedgraphic have a good selection -But also no longer seem to sell Crumpler??, but to confuse you more, t...
I've got a shrinkle. It is huge (too big for me infact). It takes 2 bodies, several lenses, filters, flash, laptop and wires. It is comfortable to carry too.
Been reading these threads keenly - can someone who owns one confirm whether the slingshot (either model?) will hold a 20D with the 17-40L lens attached? I currently have a crumpler which has been fine until I upgraded to the 20D and several lenses - now I find I need something bigger.... Many thanks, Debbie
Hi Mikey, It basically has the one main compartment with moveable dividers. I can get my Nikon D100 with 24 - 70 attached and a sigma 70 - 300 no problem. It also has a pouch at the front for memory cards, filters etc. Hope this helps! Cheers Nik
I have a Wee Bee...... and its great!! Its actually a laptop bag, but the camera with a 70-300mm lens fits neatly in the padded laptop section. In the main compartment I can get 2 smaller lenses, the angle finder, bottle of drink ;o) wallet, and chocolate. The pocket in the lid holds spare cards and batteries, and the front pocket fits loads of other stuff. The straps a decent length a...
Just a warning about Crumpler bags; I have a Crumpler Sporty Guy camera bag for my Minolta F200 and found that the dye from the orange fabric used for the inner of the bag bled and stained my camera. OK, doesn't affect the workings of the camera but doesn't look great on something you've spent good money on! Chris
I had a look at your thread above, Frank. With all those cries of "Show us your bags" I was tempted to add "Show us your knickers". What a Carry On!!! :-)) Jas
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She was using digital Nikon D100.she was the local press photographer doing weddings as a side line.
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They certainly did Mozzy, with very reasoble p/p and fast delivery.
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I started off with a Toploader to carry only my camera/lens plus essentials like lens brush and cloth. I still use it for days that I want to carry minimum gear and if I have my camera/telephoto I take my compact with me for wideangle. I then worked out what sort of bag I was looking for if I wanted to take more gear so I added a LowePro slingshot which can be accessed without havin gto take ii...
Thanks Keith - I've been doing some more research and coming to the conclusion that a normal pack + belt pouches might be the way (I was hoping to find something like a a sack with a 40L main space for clothing, food, etc, plus a camera compartment for SLR + couple of lenses underneath and a proper tripod holder but haven't found anything yet). It's not an issue in the summer because I don't te...
I was going to say http://www.speedgraphic.co.uk or http://www.morrisphoto.co.uk/ who both have lots of bags, but neither sell Crumpler!!!! Strange. http://www.warehouseexpress.com do sell Crumpler The Kata bags are kinda trendy too - have a search. The Crumpler bags are confusing as they have two similar but different ranges for the UK and USA, both with equally confusing names. The...
The new Gimlet bag from Bowens has been officially ‘crumplified’.
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Range of four new bags under the name Ben's Pizzas announced
Crumpler bags have announced the addition of the Crumpler B.B camera bag.
Australian bag manufacturer Crumpler increase their range of bags
Crumpler bags have announced the addition of the Cheesy Disco and Sticky Date Laptop bag.
Manufactured from Crumpler Chicken Tex (TM) hyper-performance fabric, which is a 1000d high density, water resistance, Teflon coated Polyamid fabric, and all bags are guaranteed for 99 years!
Crumpler bags have announced the addition of the Crumpler Cheesytina laptop bag.
We speak to Sean Emmett, Marketing and E-commerce Director at Jessops, about their newly relaunched New Oxford Street store and how Jessops are performing in the photography market.
Crumpler is a new range of bags named after its maker Stu Crumpler. Each bag comes with a mini catalogue, which is full of wit and attitude, fancy design and illustrations of a range of bags for photographers, computer users, and cyclists.
Holy Cow Batman! Gary Wolstenholme investigates whether parking your Macbook in the Crumpler Le Royale is like valet parking for your Bentley or a Batcave type affair.
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