Wednesday, 30 January 2013
Thursday, 24 January 2013
For a long time I have been wanting a new camera bag. The camera bag I have at the moment was previously the home for a camcorder. It works, just. But not really. I really need something more suitable. The problem is that most camera bags in stores in Australia are, well, ugly.
I need a bag that is heavy duty, sturdy, comfortable, has room for spare size 4 clothes, 3-4 hats. drink bottles, snacks, dummies, a book or two, a couple of toys, tissues, bandaids, 2 pairs of sunglasses, keys, pens, spare paper and a mobile phone. Oh, and also a dslr camera, a couple of lenses, a remote shutter release, a cleaning pen, and maybe occasionally an ipad or 3 (the kids now need them for school).
So yes, sturdy is definitely important.
However, I want it to be pretty too.
Seeing as I am a maximiser* I have a huge need to research extensively before purchase, and below are some of the ones I have found.
|Tulip by Kettie bags - $210 USD|
|Rose Moss by Jototes - $89 USD|
|Missy Chocolate by Jototes - $119 USD|
|Ketti Bag - $210 USD|
|Lua Handbags Turqoise Owl - $175 USD|
|Noir Tote by Jo Totes - $89 USD|
What do you think? Do you already own a camera bag that you are happy with? If so, please share!
Which would you choose?
* Maximisers are people who feel the need to maximise their purchases and decisions, by doing as much research as possible for acting. The opposite of an impulse buyer. I am a maximiser about 95% of the time. The other 5% of the time I am an impulse buyer.
I need to work on moderation and try and find a happy medium.