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Ray Bell April 10th, 2007 07:56 PM

Bag for the HV20??
 
Anybody have suggestions for a couple of bags/cases for the HV20??

I'd like to get a snug fitting bag so I can keep the cam in the console of my
truck, just the cam and maybe an extra tape/battery, and I'd like to get another bag/case that I can use to travel with, one that will handle the cam, charger and at least one or two tapes....

I'm thinking I need to look at the pelican cases for travel... how about the
bag for the truck?

Bryan Wolf April 10th, 2007 09:12 PM

I like my Crumpler bag.

This place has the best prices on them when they are in stock:
http://store01.prostores.com/servlet/photoco/StoreFront

The "4 Million Dollar Home" would probably work for you. Circuit City carries that model if you want to try it out.

edit: here's a pic http://www.crumplerbags.com/Cart/Vie...Canon%20MVX25i

John Cammby May 30th, 2007 08:21 AM

Anyone using the LowePro Edit 120+ on here?

Looking to fit just the camera itself, maybe two tapes, an extra battery, and the wall charger. No other accessories or cables needed in the main part of the bag.

Will this work or do I need to go with the Edit 140+?

Austin Meyers May 30th, 2007 09:11 AM

i'm using the lowepro nova 3 aw, and am very happy with it. it will hold the charger, batts, 2 5-packs of tape, teleconverter, and all the cables etc just snug enough. and it's still a pretty light package... although i was carrying around an xl1s in a pelican 1610 before, so anything is lighter than that setup...


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