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Peak Design Everyday Messenger 13 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!​!!!

 
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Aug 11, 2016 22:14 |  #1

I can't believe what I could fit into the Peak Design Everyday Messenger 13"
I realize that they have a 15" sized bag too, which I had my hands on for a day.
But the 13" is just too perfect for me.

When I want to carry more than this, I will use a different style.

This bag is the charcoal color
MFR # BS-13-BL-1

please watch the video or you won't believe it
NOTHING impressive about the video, iPhone
but I had to SHOW you how this works, since this bag is tiny

LINK TO YOUTUBE VIDEO (external link)

in my bag:
NIKON D810 58MM 1.4G
NIKON D750 28MM 1.8G
NIKON D7200 100MM 2.8 MACRO
all hoods reversed
first two bodies are full frame!
remove the d7200 from the middle and I can fit a 70-200 f4, or two small primes, or a small prime and a folded flash, or two flashes

BATTERY CHARGER
SPARE BATTERY
MEMORY CARD WALLET
FILTER WALLET
TRIPOD
DOMKE POSTAL STRAP PAD
PEZ DISPENSER
BIZ CARD WALLET
10" MBA LAPTOP
IPAD MINI

---- crazy amount of gear considering this is the 13" ----


The 15" bag, you can fit more, comfortably, but there is more stacking required, and that bothered me.
It's a great bag, no question. But if I wanted to put a lot more in a bag, than I have in this 13", I want a different style bag, like a Domke F2 style, or a backpack.
The 15" is a big bag for a messenger. If you are 6'1, perhaps it's ok to get the 15".

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Aug 14, 2016 22:07 |  #2

Congrats on your new bag. Its a great bag and great quality. Have you seen their new backpack, tote and sling?

For those interested in any of their products, check out my site for discount code - http://www.1kindphotog​raphy.com …-product-coupon-code.html (external link)


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Aug 27, 2016 16:33 |  #3

I've heard great things about these bags. Maybe time to take a look.




  
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