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  • #2
    Re: Bag for my E-410

    I am very impressed by the Lowepro Terraclime series although mainly a Domke fan.


    • #3
      Re: Bag for my E-410

      I have a genuine olympus e system bag will post in for sale section if interested.
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      • #4
        Re: Bag for my E-410

        I use a lowepro AW Rezo 160* - just big enough for E510 with its lens, plus one other lens:

        I have used it with the 2 kit lenses, or with the 11-22 and the ZD50 or with various pairs of legacy lenses. You can jam a spare battery in the elastic side pocket and your EC14 + spare cards in the zippy bit at the front, and off you go

        Its about as small as you can get and still put a camera body + 2 lenses I guess :-)


        Clive is correct, you could rearrange the internal dividers to take body+lens plus 2 lenses - but I found that a bit tight with long/large lenses like the 11-22
        Last edited by snaarman; 4th November 2009, 11:01 AM.
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        • #5
          Zuiko 14-54mmf2.8-3.5 MkII
          Zuiko ED 14-42mm 1:3.5-5.6
          Zuiko ED 40-150mm 1:3.5-4.5
          Zuiko ED 18-180mm 1:3.5-6.3
          Zuiko ED 25mm F2.8
          Zuiko 35mm 1:3.5 Macro


          • #6
            Re: Bag for my E-410

            There is an e system bag for sale which I have for my e410 in Curry's for 14.99. Fits two lenses and camera in comfortably


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              • #8
                Re: Bag for my E-410

                Hi If you want to do it on the cheap and as small as possible, I use one of These from Outdoor Gear, also available from Here, though I actually bought mine locally.

                The E-410/620 just fits with both kit lenses if you lay the second lens horizontally with the hand grip part of the camera overlapping it.
                It's a bit tight, but you can just get the body with 9-18mm fitted 40-150mm laid flat and a pancake in the front pocket to make a tiny travel kit.
                The only problem is that the divider is a bit too tall, actually a lot too tall, so I made a new one with some soft nylon, a couple of squares of closed cell foam, to make a hinged divider & some velcro.
                The front pocket is big enough to contain a couple of filters in boxes and a few memory cards, whilst the mesh pockets at either end are big enough for either 2 batteries each or another filter, in my case a macro one.
                The strap's nothing special, but that's no big deal to me as I've always got lots of them kicking around.
                Not bad for a tenner, and looks better after applying a black felt tip to the logo on the front.
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