I only use camera bags for storage. And increasingly they are of the roll-a-board type. Hasselblad kit in one, Digital kit in another, 4x5.... you get the idea. For jobs, everything comes. That's not what this is about, though and 99% of what I do can be done with one zoom (again not your thing - but can be done with a G2).
But for day-to-day I carry the camera on my shoulder with a second lens in a belt pouch. If you can eschew the hoods, you can use belt pouches intended for P&S cameras for your lenses. One lens on the camera, three little belt pouches. Maybe a fourth for four or five extra rolls of film. Changing lenses is simply a matter of removing the one on the camera and putting it in the empty belt pouch and selecting the next lens and mounting it. Making all the pouches fit all the lenses is key. It sounds complicated and a bit nerdy but it works great. I get in and out of aircraft, ground vehicles, on and off of horses and I've never dropped anything. I find that I bang bags against things when getting on and off, in and out, if it's anything more than a civilized stroll.
I like the Mil Surp bag. above I would use that to hold the kit in when belting it for the day.
I've owned and used a G2 and two lenses - the 28 and 90. Excellent picture taking tools. Congratulations. It takes a bit to really get them working but once you do, they are simply fantastic.
Last edited by sonofdanang : 09-11-2010 at 14:56.