So I'm probably getting a new camera soon, and after quite a bit of research I think I'll be going with the Panasonic FZ28. However, this will be a slightly bigger camera than I've ever had with me skiing. I usually carry a pack (Dakine Vertex) and I know it would easily fit, but I'd like to have it in a more accessible place if possible. I know some people carry DSLRs around their neck all they time, but for some reason I'm somewhat hesitant about that as well. And I haven't really found any smaller cases that would accomodate a superzoom. I think the answer may be a lens case (probably from Lowepro) that could attach via beltloop to my pack waist strap. It's a much smaller option, it's water resistant, well padded, and it should fit the cube-like dimensions of the camera perfectly. Has anyone tried this? Or is it a crazy idea? Any input would be appreciated.
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1/8/09 at 5:21pm