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Rhilton4u
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Aug 30, 2014 17:01 as a reply to post 17089526 |  #1021

I think I'm going to need a bigger box! I've got no room to expand. This 1510 was able to handle everything but my 100-400 dustpump...

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Aug 30, 2014 20:06 |  #1022

^ Wow, you did a great job fitting everything in there! I think the 1510 is the perfect size. When I needed more room, I purchased another 1510. And then when I needed even more room, I purchased a third 1510! Carry-on legal, can load them up without getting excessively heavy, and they stack/fit into all sorts of spaces. It's a great all-around size.

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medicdude
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Aug 31, 2014 07:48 |  #1023

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5d3 with grip
24-105
70-200ii
1.4x
580ex2
pcb vagabond mini lithium and charger
Gopro hero 3 black
Suction cup, headstrap, rollbar, a few housings and a bag full of misc mounts for the gopro
Rocket blower
Chargers
flash bracket, omnibounce, aa batteries
3 and 10 stop ND filters
2Ea extra 5d3 and gopro batteries
Charging and hdmi cables for both cameras
Micro sd adapters
Gray card
5d3 manual
Clamps
Bungee cords
Sharpie and ball point pen
Business cards

She's packed. I can fit nothing else in it. If I needed more room I have the VML travel bag and could separate that.

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Sep 04, 2014 18:23 as a reply to post 5013465 |  #1024

EOS M Complete System in Pelican 1200

Here is the complete EOS M system in a Pelican 1200 case with foam. It is a tight fit but you see (from top left clockwise):
M Body with 22mm attached; 22mm lens cap and body cap; 11-22mm UWA; 18-55mm standard zoom; 2 extra batteries; 55-200mm telephoto zoom. In the middle you see the 90 flash. I cut out a small portion of the lid foam to put a Think Tank card caddy there.

I love the Pelican cases and this is my travel kit. I feel very comfortable having it in my vehicle now. It will withstand any bouncing around, kids feet on it, etc..

Additional Note: If I am doing a walkaround, I select the lens I plan to use and carry those in a small case. The Pelican is too heavy to carry on a casual or sightseeing walk. Just wanted to be clear.

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Canon 1D Mark IV, 60D; Canon EF 16-35L II, 24-70 f2.8L II, 24-105L, 70-200 f2.8L II, 100 f2.8L macro, 100-400L, 300 f2.8L; Canon 1.4x III extender; Travel Kit: EOS M2, 11-22, 18-55, 22, 55-200.

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Jan 16, 2015 08:20 as a reply to post 16803201 |  #1025

Is the pelican sale still active if so where?


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marco9394
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Feb 27, 2015 12:44 |  #1026

Took me a while to figured out this placement that I like and fit most of what I need. I got 2 more speedlites that I need to carry in my lighting bag. But for an engagement session, that's what I only need!!
6x lenses, 2x bodies and 2x 600EX-RTs I think it does a pretty good job!!

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Mar 18, 2015 12:51 |  #1027

Hi guys :D

Hopefully someone can recommend something for d4s, d750 with grip, 14-24, 24-70, 70-200, 50, 85 and a macbook pro 17. I might also get the 35 so if that could fit it would be a bonus. In addition I have 150 macro and 910 flash that I don't use much, or when needed to could just carry on their own.

Currently I use a Lowepro CompuTrekker AW which fits most of it well however, I travel quite a lot on a motorbike and would prefer something that would keep the equipment safer - especially from vibration.

For that reason I think I should get a pelican case with foam, question is which size should fit all of it? Ideally I'd like to keep the two cameras with lenses on them, one with the 24-70 and the other with the 70-200 for quick access and to reduce chances of dust getting into the gear - mind you if that is not possible then having one camera with the 24-70 would also work. The 1560 looks like the perfect case that I think would fit all the gear well, however I think it is just too big. Is there a smaller one that would work well? I fly quite a bit so I'd like to keep things as small and light as possible further I would like to mount it on the back of a motorbike for easy access to camera.

Any suggestions would be very much appreciated :D

Here is a photo of the bike I rented last time in North Vietnam, the Lowepro was on my back, and the limited baggage you see was just for clothing and spare parts :)

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Jul 05, 2015 09:36 |  #1028

Hey guys how's it going? Reviving this thread (I had a hard time finding this with the "new" (well, new to me) forum UI).

Anyways, cut to the chase yea?

I'm looking between a Pelican 1514 and a 1564, to fit the following:

5D + grip
16-35, 24-70, 70-200 (2.8 trinity)
Samyang 14, Canon 35L, Sigma 85
580EXII flash (x1)
Pouch with couple of batts (LP-E6, AAs) + small blower, MAYBE intervalometer

I don't shoot with hoods.

When I'm on a video shoot, I take out the flash and want to put in a 7" monitor (measuring 7.9 x 5.1 x .9 inches: SmallHD AC7 OLED SDI).

Will the 1514 be enough? Or do I have to pony up for the 1564?
I haven't been able to read through the whole 60+ pages of stuff, but apparently flying with the 1514 is kinda a problem, yeah?


Edit: Looked through more of the thread, some really good samples of mainly the 1514 with some sprinkling of 1564's... Looks like the 1514 should fit my stuff just fine?


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maxblack
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Jul 05, 2015 11:45 |  #1029

Hi,

I can't help with your question about fitting all your stuff but
read this first if you are going to be flying:

http://money.cnn.com ...rlines-baggage-size-iata/ (external link)



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Jul 07, 2015 01:07 |  #1030

maxblack wrote in post #17621412 (external link)
Hi,

I can't help with your question about fitting all your stuff but
read this first if you are going to be flying:

http://money.cnn.com ...rlines-baggage-size-iata/ (external link)

Thanks for the link! Seems like even the 1510 isn't going to fit huh?


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bloodhound
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May 17, 2016 14:43 |  #1031

I've been away from this forum for quite a while but thought I would post a photo or two of my Peli 1510. Its a great case but I do wish the wheels were bigger.

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Aug 11, 2016 02:40 |  #1032

Pelican 1600 with Pick n Pluck Foam - 645DF+
• 645DF+ Camera Body
• Credo Digital Back "attached to camera body"
• 120mm macro lens
• 150mm portrait lens
• 80mm LS lens
• V-Grip Air
• 3 Digital back batteries
• 2 Camera body batteries
• 2 Battery chargers
• 2 Battery charger A/C cords
• 2 lens filters
• Color Checker Passport
• USB Software Drive
• Camera Strap
• Extra lens caps
• Digital back caps

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CAMERA: Canon EOS-1D X | Canon EOS-5D MK II | Canon EOS-20D
LENS: 35 1.4L | 85 1.2L | 100 2.8L Macro | 50 1.2L | 70-200 2.8L
FLASH: Macro Twin Lite MT-24EX | Speedlite 580EX II
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Aug 11, 2016 02:42 |  #1033

Pelican 1650 with Pick n Pluck Foam - Deardorff 8x10

• Deardorff 8x10 "hidden under the camera is the 4x loupe and flash sync cords".
 
• KODAK COMMERCIAL EKTAR LENS 14" mounted on 6x6 wood lens board.
 
• Rodenstock Apo Sironar-N 240mm MC" mounted on 6x6 wood lens board.
 
• 4 8x10 film holders " = 8 frames"
 
• 2 Shutter release cables.
 
• 1 metal 6x6 lens board.
 
• 1 Large tripod plate.

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CAMERA: Canon EOS-1D X | Canon EOS-5D MK II | Canon EOS-20D
LENS: 35 1.4L | 85 1.2L | 100 2.8L Macro | 50 1.2L | 70-200 2.8L
FLASH: Macro Twin Lite MT-24EX | Speedlite 580EX II
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Blackey ­ Cole
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Aug 19, 2016 15:19 |  #1034

I have several pelican cases
1660 for studio gear
1650 for camera gear
1560 for camera gear
1500 for camera and speedlites
One more pelican for my Elinchrom quatra setup


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Aug 22, 2016 18:06 |  #1035

Has anyone tried to put 2 Canon 1D mK IV's with one having a 70-200 2.8 on it and the other with a 24-70 installed. I would like to keep the lens attached if possible. If so is there any room for other stuff. I'm planning to use the TrekPak Divider System.


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1D mkIV x 2, 24-70LII, 70-200 2.8 non IS, 100-400, 50D, Flash's and other stuff

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