|9th of February 2005 (Wed)||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2003
Location: No. Calif.
"carry-on" gear bags, travel choices, etc.
I have a large backpack-type camera bag, that is unsuitable fro a carry-on due to the oversized dimensions.
I will be traveling to Italy in May, and want to bring along my Canon 10D, 24-70L, 70-200L, 100-400L, Sigma 15-30 and 14mm prime lenses, and my EX550, batteries, charger, memory cards, digital photobank, etc.
I am looking for a recommendation on a bag that is airline friendly ( 9x14x21 or less), that I can cram all of this into, and preferably one that has a provision for sliding down over a rolling luggage handle on the back (slot, sleeve, strap, etc.)
If you had to leave any of these lenses at home, which would you do without?
I am guessing the 100-400 will get the least use and would be my first choice to leave behind, but I know there will be times I wish I had it. The 24-70 and 14mm prime are gotta haves, and I think the 15-30 will get a work out as well for architecture shots.
Any feedback is appreciated.
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