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Hi I’m planning a trip to Siem Reap later this year, and other parts of Cambodia. I was just wondering how fellow HF photographers protect/secure their gear while out in the streets and taking photos. I will likely be traveling alone with my camera and maybe 5 lenses and a tripod. I currently use the Lowepro Flipside 200 and a peakdesign wrist strap to secure my camera to my wrist at all times.

I was wondering if folks here do it differently that I can learn from.

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