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kaitlyn2004
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Oct 16, 2016 15:21 |  #1

I'll be traveling with an F-Stop Loka for my travels but wanted something smaller for daytrips. I was previously considering something like the ThinkTank Retrospective 10, but it seems that since then something like the Tenba DNA has floated to the top.

I've never really used messenger bags - would it be too much to carry:

- 5D Mark III
- 16-35 F4L IS
- 24-105 F4L IS
- Sigma 35 1.4 Art
- Random misc extra stuff - documents, battery pack, etc.

all day? Unlike a backpack, there isn't the additional support (waist/sternum strap) to carry the weight. Does anyone have the Tenba DNA bags? Any thoughts?


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Nov 21, 2016 22:55 |  #2

Think Tank has three types of shoulder bags with waist belt. The waist belt is properly hidden and can be used only when required.
You can check all here.
https://www.thinktankp​hoto.com ...ctions/speed-convertibles (external link)

TT Speed Demon is good model for small trips. I have used Speed Freakā„¢ V2.0 and it is perfect for day trip in city tour.


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Nov 30, 2016 13:14 |  #3

Everybody's shoulders are different, if you've never really used messenger bags, I suggest you put your gear into one and carry it for a long time to get a feel. (I for one would not carry that much in a shoulder bag and walk around for any lengthy time.)




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iazybandit
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Nov 30, 2016 19:38 |  #4

Take a look at the Peak Design Everyday Messenger Bag. One thing I like about the Peak Design Messenger bags was that it has a waist strap and you can actually take one of the waist straps and attach it to the shoulder strap to make it kind of like a sternum

http://photography-on-the.net ...showthread.php?p=18​185049

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