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    Anyone have Co-Pilot photos: Cardinal, Navy, or with DSLR inside?

    Having just missed out on an Indigo Co-Pilot that was on eBay today (since TB no longer makes the Co-Pilot in that color), I am now looking at either the Cardinal or Navy, but there aren't photos of either one of those on the website. I was wondering if anyone on the forum owned one of those colors and could share photos.

    Also, I know several people have mentioned being able to carry their DSLRs, even with a large-ish lens, in the Co-Pilot, but though I've searched the forum several times, I can't find any photos of a DSLR in the bag. Any pics of those out there?

    Thanks so much.

    #2
    Here is a picture of my Nikon D3100 inside the Copilot. Note - there isn't much padding, but as you can see, it fits just fine!

    D3100 in Tom Bihn Copilot | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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      #3
      Originally posted by mattfusf View Post
      Here is a picture of my Nikon D3100 inside the Copilot. Note - there isn't much padding, but as you can see, it fits just fine!

      D3100 in Tom Bihn Copilot | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
      Thank you so much for sharing this! My camera is approximately the same size as yours: an Olympus 620, so for me it's good news that you can fit your camera inside. Do you find it pushes into the other compartments in the bag a lot?
      Last edited by ncb4; 09-04-2011, 09:22 AM.

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        #4
        No problem.
        It fits fairly well, it pushes out the back slightly but I could easily fill up the front three compartments without a problem and still keep the camera in the main pocket.

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          #5
          Originally posted by mattfusf View Post
          No problem.
          It fits fairly well, it pushes out the back slightly but I could easily fill up the front three compartments without a problem and still keep the camera in the main pocket.
          This is just what I needed to know. Again, thanks.

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