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David Thorpe has put his lenses to one side while he reviews the Wotancraft Trooper medium size bag suitable For Micro Four Thirds cameras.

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We put the colourful, and eye-catching, braided COOPH camera strap to the test on our Olympus OM-D.

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We try out the Peak Design Slide Lite camera strap featuring quick adjusters.

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We take a look at the Peak Design Everyday Sling 5L - the smallest bag in their everyday range.

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Manfrotto has combined a camera sling bag with a strap to create the Pro Light FastTrack camera bag for CSC shooters and we've taken it for a photo walk to see how good the hybrid bag/strap really is.

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We take a look at Think Tank's Spectral shoulder bag - a large bag which holds a DSLR and extra lenses.

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We take a look at the MindShift Gear Backlight 36L Daypack which can carry a lot of kit.

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We take a look at Crumpler's Pearler backpack, an alternative design with roll-top opening and padded camera compartment.

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We take a look at the new Proper Roady 2.0 sling camera bag from Crumpler.

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We have a hands-on look at the Sony MPK-HSR1 waterproof housing for the Sony DSC-RX0 action camera.

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We take a look at the Tenba Roadie Air case Roller 21, a large rolling case for your kit.

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We take a look at the Dorr Combi 3-in-1 backpack and shoulder bag - how does it perform?

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