AmazonBasics Backpack for SLR Cameras reduced to £18.99
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AmazonBasics Backpack for SLR Cameras reduced to £18.99

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Found 5th Feb 2015
this back pack was recommended in a separate deal earlier in the week when it was £23.99. Just looked to buy it and is has been reduced by £5.00

Previous deal with comments about it here.

hotukdeals.com/tag/dea…624

The original deal looks to be still alive as well if you like that better

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That will do nicely. wanted one of these and was looking a lowepro but didnt want to spend that much. For occasional use this should do the job.

I have one of these and it holds a good days worth of camera gear and also is a good place to store all my kit (rather than all over the place).

nice one

I sent mine back as it was naff as the zip broke, bought a hama instead from argos instead. The quality of the basic bag is similar to the duragadget 14 quid bag

May sound random, but it may be worth looking at camera magazines. Twice I've subscribed to camera magazines and got a Lowepro. One was shoulder bag and the other a back pack for the other as a free gift. The bag I just use for storage, but the backpack was my "go to" bag for year s until it got too beat up.

PigletsDaddy

May sound random, but it may be worth looking at camera magazines. Twice … May sound random, but it may be worth looking at camera magazines. Twice I've subscribed to camera magazines and got a Lowepro. One was shoulder bag and the other a back pack for the other as a free gift. The bag I just use for storage, but the backpack was my "go to" bag for year s until it got too beat up.



Which camera magazines?
Have you got a link?

DevilzGtr

Which camera magazines?Have you got a link?



That's very past tense I'm afraid. I stopped subscribing years ago. Just thought it would be worth a peek in W H Smiths to see. You never know your luck.

I've been using this for a few months now, best bag I've bought for my canon, holds my lenses, cleaning gear, filters, and still has room for loads more, can get my tablet in this too easily, I definitely recommend for cheap too!

I've personally never had a premium camera rucksack but this bag serves every purpose for my needs.

With large rubber zips, more compartments and pockets than you can shake a stick at and Velcro dividers I've had a couple of Nikon bodies and lenses or one body, lenses and a couple of flashes in here with room for remotes, cleaning equipment, spare lens caps/batteries etc.

Save you money for good glass, people get too wrapped up in branded accessories

Absolute bargain @ £18.99 !!!!

You get what you pay for with these things.. I'd say this bag is worth the asking price but no more? It's certainly not a deal in my book! For occasional use fair enough but if your lugging about with expensive camera gear why spend less than £20 on a bag? Just seems daft to me..

Great if you have no big lenses!

I have had one of these for the last year. As others have said an excellent well made bag, can carry lots of equipment. Save your money they are well worth the asking price.

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Mathaeus

You get what you pay for with these things.. I'd say this bag is worth … You get what you pay for with these things.. I'd say this bag is worth the asking price but no more? It's certainly not a deal in my book! For occasional use fair enough but if your lugging about with expensive camera gear why spend less than £20 on a bag? Just seems daft to me..


Why spend more than £20 on a bag if you don't need to?
For most people this will be more than adequate but for others it won't.
For instance going out for the odd day or holiday it would be fine. Though if some one wants to capture panoramas whilst bagging Munroes then it would be a daft purchase.

Maybe you're out of by the Basics tag, does it not look expensive enough. In my eyes to a prospective thief it looks like it's not worth much to bother with. I'll take the Lowepro from the guy next to me instead.

will fishing reels fit in it, multipliers preferably.

Mine arrived on Saturday. Look very good and sturdy. For most people this will do (unless you really are rough with the bag). Certainly saved me paying more for a big brand bag.

Also have the velcro spaces makes it very easy to change around too. Would certainly recommend.

Spends £1500 on lens, buys bag for £18.99

dankeel

I've personally never had a premium camera rucksack but this bag serves … I've personally never had a premium camera rucksack but this bag serves every purpose for my needs.With large rubber zips, more compartments and pockets than you can shake a stick at and Velcro dividers I've had a couple of Nikon bodies and lenses or one body, lenses and a couple of flashes in here with room for remotes, cleaning equipment, spare lens caps/batteries etc.Save you money for good glass, people get too wrapped up in branded accessories[img]http://www.camelcamelcamel.fr/uk/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en[/img]



Thanks for the feedback, just ordered one!

I have this bag and it is excellent. Mine holds about £3000 worth of camera and lens and does the job perfectly.

Thanks for the heads up, great find
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