Found it...I just typed in "canvas camera bag" and it came up top of the list for 29 bucks. The seller is kelly.chen0913
Visit the shop for lots of choices.
Hope that helps!
That's disappointing to hear b/c I just ordered the Billingham Combo. Based on online reviews I was hoping to fit my M-E, an OMD EM-5 with full grip and at least two additional lens for each body into the main compartment of the combo bag.I'm starting to get the I gotta have a Billingham Hadley Pro. The Billingham Combination bag I bought used is very nice but I'm finding its just not big enough sometimes. There are plenty of other bags but the weather proof Billingham keeps getting my attention.
I recently came across a custom bag maker Porteen Gear. She has a couple different sized bags that may fit your needs.I have a small Leica bag that approximately fits my X Vario, but I have a M and Noctilux on order and would like a bag that "just fits camera with lens" with no extra space except for an extra battery. I'd like that new bag to be something I can take to social gatherings without looking like a photographer or a bum, if that's possible. I asked the people at Dale Photo but have no specifc recommendations so far. Thanks!
I've actually been quite happy with the latest Bare Bones Bag. I recently sold my Billingham Leica bag and bought the Billingham Hadley Pro but it has not gotten much use.Those are reasonable prices- I spent as much on a used Nikon FB-11 bag.
My favorite all-time camera bag is the Nikon FB-5 for the Nikon F and F2. This has a metal plate with bayonet mounts for three lenses. Leica had a similar field bag with M-Mount bayonets: but not as nice as the Nikon case.
I bought the Leica carrying case, which is wonderful, but was annoyed to find out that Leica did not offer an accessories pouch for the EVF. I bought the little accessories pouch from KAZA. I may buy another just to hold lens cloth etc.[/QUOTE]
There isn't even room for a battery in the 18727 case in the picture. I suppose that same little case would be good for a spare battery too?
Yes, that's true. Although now I am afraid I will have a necklace of tiny little gadget cases all along the strap. Not so good.There isn't even room for a battery in the 18727 case in the picture. I suppose that same little case would be good for a spare battery too?
Lately, I've been getting more use out of a Ona Bowery.* Billingham Hadley (the older version classic)
* Fossil "man purse" (as some would say) with a 2 compartment domke insert. << Most commonly carried.
* Domke F6 ruggedwear for more stuff. (I would recommend canvas instead)
Dave, if your open to other Billingham bags (other than the Hadleys) I recommend the Leica Combo bag, which I own / use. The main compartment can hold an M body with a lens mounted and two additional lenses. I normally have any filters / polarizers in the outer compartment and there's till room for other things. When I go out with two M bodies (film and digital), I'll pack both in the main compartment (with lenses mounted) and put a third lens in the outer compartment. I attach two outer pouches for the filters and other items.Guys, what size of Billingham Hadley will you recommened? I have one body, and 3 lenses.