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Help me beat EasyJet baggage fee!

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Looking for advice on how to avoid having to pay for addtional baggage fee on EasyJet. We are taking a couple of flights around Western Europe in March. Here's what i got:

-1 small carryon suitcase that meets EasyJet's restrictions to the T (forgot the dimensions)
-1 Nikon SLR with additional 200mm zoom lens. that all fits in a small Nikon bag

Technically, i can put the Nikon bag in my carryon and roll with that but it will be STUFFED to the max. I won't have room souveneirs or anything. On a different forum one guy said he has simply worn the camera around his neck because EasyJet can't charge you for what you have on your person. That would allow me to cram the Nikon bag up into a little ball and stuff it into my carryon. I would be able to pack an extra shirt or two as well
I've also seen where others worn their heavy clothes, coats, etc

thanks!

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