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Suggestions: A Bag or a Case For Cup Holder?
Old 03-09-2018   #1
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Suggestions: A Bag or a Case For Cup Holder?

I drive an SUV, which is necessary for hauling our dogs and other things. The SUV has a center console with, of course, cupholders. I'd like to figure out a way to hold a camera and lens (Leica M) in or near the center console so I don't have to worry about it flying around during sudden stops or swerves and also don't have to dig it out of a gadget bag if I want to stop and take a photo. (The cupholders by themselves are too small.)

Any thoughts, ideas or suggestions?
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Old 03-09-2018   #2
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I sling mine over the headrest of the passenger seat (when unoccupied)
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Old 03-09-2018   #3
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I have this not fancy made in America Tamrac bag. It opens with right hand only without looking at it. It has three adjustable compartments. In minivan I place on mid console but it is flat console. Or I place it on passanger seat in any car. Never a problem to take my M out.
If mid console is not flat one... I don't how to solve this problem....
Buy minivan . Or just wear the camera. I often do.
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Old 03-09-2018   #4
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Put a camera insert into your center console's storage caddy.
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