Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2007/03/29

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Subject: [Leica] Crumpler "five million dollar home"
From: images at (Tina Manley)
Date: Thu Mar 29 13:48:22 2007
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At 05:30 PM 3/29/2007, you wrote:
>Got my Crumpler today. Thanks for the suggestion, Hoppy. I think 
>that it is exactly the correct size for an M8 and two additional 
>lenses. Nice, secure pocket for the extra battery, memory cards, and 
>lens tissues. Soft enough interior and padded enough to protect the 
>M8 and lenses, and strong enough that a camera-nabber would have to 
>drag all 220 lbs of me attached to it. And it is smaller than a 
>Domke 803. Could be the perfect little M8 bag.

I got the 4 million dollar home and I think it's a little too small. 
:-(  I can fit the M8 and one extra lens but then I can't get in my 
wallet with credit cards, etc.  I was hoping for something that will 
be able to fit both photography and purse.  I guess I'll try for the 
5 or 6 million.  I have a hard time imagining the sizes from the 
descriptions on the website.   I know I could get out a ruler but I 
still have problems visualizing that and the photos on the web seem 
to include a lot more than can actually fit in the bags.  I do like 
the quality and unobtrusive qualities of the bags.


Tina Manley, ASMP, NPPA 

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