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yuriboiblu   Calgary, CA  Basic Member Wed 03-Oct-07 03:35 AM
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"Lowepro Waistbelts -- Got one!"



Just had fun shots of our new waistbelts right from one of the Abdulwahed's boxes.

This is an S&F modular camera carrying system. This street & field waistbelt has loops to secure S&F vest harness, D-rings to secure S&F shoulder harness, 9-15 sliplock attachment loops, and triglide to attach S&F shoulder harness or S&F vest harness.

We've gotten the S&F Deluxe Waistbelt 13. 13 is the size with 34 to 42in (86 to 107cm) measurement. And with outer materials that they called 600D TXP ripstop.

Though Lowepro made several sizes from 9-15. 15 has the longest size of about 42- 48in (112-122cm).

Price: 100SAR or 26.52USD

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Covey22 Moderator Expert in various fields including aviation photography Awarded for his contributions to the Resources and The Nikonian eZine   US  Charter Member Wed 03-Oct-07 12:56 PM
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Yuri,

Okey yan ha? I've been thinking of picking one up plus the harness kasi ang bigat nang Lowepro Toploader 75 pag puno. And then I hung a Lenscase 5 sa tabi, so it's also heavy on one side only. Is the belt comfortable?

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yuriboiblu   Calgary, CA  Basic Member Sat 06-Oct-07 08:08 AM
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so i haven't tried to walk with it on that far. i've leisurely strolled a little bit. i may say it is comfortable enough. but this gonna work very well with that Lowepro vest. im going to look at it again, it is more expensive than this waistbelt.


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cyneuge   San Jose, US  Basic Member Thu 18-Oct-07 08:11 PM
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I purchased one of these S&F waistbelts and have used it on a few occasions when I needed easy access to my lens and accessories. I normally carry my 70-200 mm, 35-70mm, 24-35mm, and a flash in my backpack. However, it was cumbersome to always have to take my backpack off to access my equipment, which is why I decided on buying the belt. It was comfortable enough wearing the waistbelt since the weight was resting mostly on my hips. The only drawback I had was the lens cases bulging from my hips. I had to be a little more cautious about accidentally bumping into people especially in crowded events.

I also have a vest that hooks up to the belt although I haven't used it yet. The reason for me purchasing the vest was to carry even more things on me as well as to re-distribute the weight of the waist belt so some of it will rest on my shoulders.

Let me know how you like it!!

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