I'm going too be in the market for a new bag soon.  My fastpak 350 isn't 
working as well with the K-1 kit as it did with the aps kits.

On February 11, 2018 6:38:35 AM PST, Godfrey DiGiorgi <godfreydigio...@me.com> 
>Yeah, I have more camera bags in the closet than any local store does.
>But I bought another recently because none of them worked for when I
>ride my bicycle or motorcycle. They all flopped around and wouldn't
>stay put on my back where I need them to. 
>I normally carry just a Leica M and two small lenses, or the Light L16
>these days. And I need the bag for them to be a snug but protective
>fit, and to stay put on my back while being easy to get in and out of
>for it to be useful when riding my bicycle or motorcycle. Sigh.
>I bought the Peak Design Sling 5L. I've been using it every day for two
>weeks now. It works, it does the job well. It's very well made with
>sensible pockets. It wasn't overly ridiculously expensive. This is what
>I normally have in it when I go for a bicycle ride: 
>  https://flic.kr/p/KiJ5Pi
>When I swap the Leica kit out for the Light L16, there's lots more
>space in the bag and it weighs about a pound less. The L16 is
>definitely a really nice shape/size for bicycle carry. When I leave the
>iPad home, it again weighs about a pound less. I don't use its
>high-tech dividers much; I swap things in and out of it too often to
>figure out all the ways to configure them, and there's not much to
>jostle and bump around anyway. I have a very tough and 'tiny when
>packed down', light Wolverine stuff sack that I keep in it too if I
>start a ride when it's cold out and later want to take off the long
>cycling pants, over-shirt, and gloves: then I can stuff the Sling 5L
>bag and excess clothes into that and it sits on my back in pretty much
>the same way (but it's useless to carry camera gear in by itself, in
>case you were thinking that … you need to have padding for the camera
>gear, if only not to bruise yourself!). 
>Anyway, I thought you'd like to see this bag. It's pretty nice. It's
>getting a lot of use...
>Anyone want an unused shoulder bag? or five? ;-)
>No matter where you go, there you are.
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