View Full Version : Camera Bag, Naneu Pro Bravo
07-31-2007, 06:19 PM
Right now, my new Digital Rebel floats when I'm not using it - car seat, coffee table, etc. That's no good. I would've ordered a bag with it, except I didn't quite know what I wanted at the time. I've been doing some of Googling on the subject, and found the Naneu Pro Bravo.
My thoughts on this are, 1) it looks suitable for a slog through the forest, 2) it doesn't look like a camera bag, 3) I can use it for other stuff too. Do you guys have any experience with this bag, or Naneu Pro in general?
08-05-2007, 12:35 PM
I ordered this bag last week from the manufacturer. I'm excited to get it - should arrive in the next few days, I hope.
08-05-2007, 10:12 PM
Be sure to also check out the bags from Think Tank Photo (http://www.thinktankphoto.com/)... they are made by a group of two bag designers and two photographers and are rather innovative. A bag like their Rotation 360 (http://www.rotation360.com/) might be a nice choice since you could get your camera out of it without having to take the pack off. It's also small and would be nice if you plan to hike a distance because it shouldn't be as heavy as many others.
I use their belt-based system (http://www.thinktankphoto.com/ttp_product_ProMod.php) when I'm shooting and their Airport International (http://www.thinktankphoto.com/ttp_product_ArprtInl.php) when flying.
If you happen to end up with one of their bags, but sure to do a google search for:
That should get you to a page on my blog that will mention a discount code... it would get you a free item and you spend something like $50. I mention their stuff enough that I convinced them into the deal.
08-07-2007, 06:20 PM
The compass is a little cheesy, but I'll let it slide, because the bag seems to be pretty nice overall. The small size is a little awkward as a backpack, although it is exactly the size I wanted. They have a larger model called the Alpha, but I felt that was more bag than I needed.
I don't have much in the way of equipment, but there's plenty of room to grow. I should be able to add a few lenses - and maybe my point and shoot with underwater housing if we ever get that fixed.
Alot of back and shoulder padding.
I wanted a small/medium sized bag I can toss around in the Cherokee, and take with me into the woods, climbing rocks and whatnot. This looks like it'll be perfect.
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