Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2007/03/24

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Subject: [Leica] Re:Another perennial bag question.
From: leicachris at (Christopher Williams)
Date: Sat Mar 24 17:57:45 2007
References: <000101c76e38$5179f700$44300b44@GATEWAY><008001c76e4e$0ffd6e40$16cb6743@MacPhisto> <000f01c76e67$d3d24c50$6501a8c0@asus930>

I've had the 7 Million Dollar Home for about a year 1/2. Fits two pro dSLR's 
+ lenses, 1 M6 + 2 lenses, 2 - SB800's, 1 -SF20, 
bandaids, rubber bands, heavy metal CF card case, and misc others.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "G Hopkinson"
Subject: RE: [Leica] Re:Another perennial bag question.

> Go the Aussie Crumplers! If nothing else, you owe yourself a visit to the 
> website for entertainment value. Turn the sound on.
> All of my Lowepro bags are sitting in the cupboard. I use the "six million 
> dollar home" for my M outfit. This range are satchel
> types. The features that I especially like are the configurable 
> partitions, single layer storage, soft, body conformable structure
> and the excellent angled, broad strap that makes the bag sit flat against 
> your side.
> Cheers
> Hoppy

In reply to: Message from jsmith342 at (Jeffery Smith) ([Leica] Another perennial bag question.)
Message from leicachris at (Christopher Williams) ([Leica] Re:Another perennial bag question.)
Message from hoppyman at (G Hopkinson) ([Leica] Re:Another perennial bag question.)