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My Safrotto Canvas Bag - ala Domke Bags

This is my Safrotto Canvas Bag - ala Domke F802/803/804 Bags.

http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=676272

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I just discovered a bag from M-Rock that is awesome! Very well made with expansion capabilities and the option to use as a waist bag, a backpack, pretty much any way you want to carry it. Even more, Michael Rockwell will stand behind them personally....I know because he has for me! Check out his stuff at www.m-rock.comexternal link and you'll be glad you did.

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Awesome stuff thanks for the gr8 info

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Some of the million dollar home pictures aren't working. :(

Post #49, Jun 13, 2009 15:30:32


Canon 5D MkII | Canon 30D | Canon A-1 | C100mm f2.8L | C85mm f/1.8 | C50mm f1.4 | Sam14mm f2.8 | SL430EXII | Bunch of b/w film
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bennnjaamin wrote in post #8103709external link
Some of the million dollar home pictures aren't working. :(

I noticed this as well. I'll post some new ones on the six million dollar home shortly.

Post #50, Jun 15, 2009 13:48:17


500D | 11-16 2.8 | 17-55 2.8 IS | 35 1.4 L | 135 2.0 L | 200 2.8 L II
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Anyone who has e-mailed me in the last few months has had their reviews added to the list today.

Post #51, Jun 15, 2009 14:59:06


Scott - www.scott-photo.comexternal link- gear list
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crumpler all the way. why? because they typically don't look like a camera bag that screens, hey, i have thousands of dollars in here!

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Got another one up - Crumpler 6 Million Dollar Home:

http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=721546

Post #53, Jul 09, 2009 18:23:06


Gear Listhttp://www.codastudios​.com.auexternal link Reviews & Hotlinks: Domke F-3x - Pelican 1510/1514external link & 1610/1614external link - DIY Variable Length OC-E3 - Crumpler 6 Million Dollar Homeexternal link - FA-100external link

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Domke f1-X

http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=722232

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Please add:

Lowepro Classified 160AW

http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=725490

Post #55, Jul 18, 2009 17:24:27


Canon EOS 5D Mark III & FUJIFILM X-T1 mirrorless

35mm f/1.4L | 85mm f/1.2L II |135mm f/2L | 16-35mm f/2.8L II | 24-70mm f/2.8L II | 70-200 f/4L IS | 100mm f/2.8L IS Macro
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FUJINON 23mm 1.4 | FUJINON 35mm 1.4 | FUJINON 56mm 1.2

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Here is my review of the Kata DR 461:
http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=715899

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Awesome review listing...great job. Really diggin my Domke F6, its light, easy to carry and get to the gear quickly. Thanks for all the info.

Post #57, Jul 29, 2009 01:29:22


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Canon XSI Gripped, 18-55 IS, 70-200 f4 L, 50mm 1.8, Canon 430 EX2, Manfrotto tripod, Domke F2

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I took my whole camera kit to my local store with the intention of buying the TT Airport Airstream but wanted to see how much gear I could fit in it. After a half hour trying to get things to work I gave up, too small and the way the dividers seemed to work (there are a huge pile of dividers to choose from) I felt that it was designed for thinner lenses. The three most important were my 70-200 2.8 with shade, 24-70 with shade (these are all reversed of course) and the 85L with shade, all fat lenses, then I wanted to be able to carry a 4th lens along with a 580EXII and a MKIII body.

The dividers that have notches cut out so you can set the camera in the bag with a lens attached have the slots too small for these lenses and I just couldn't get things to fit.

So then I went from this smallest roller to the biggest roller but with the same frustrations, I really did not like anything about trying to fit my gear in it at all.

So then feeling quite frustrated, I went home deciding that I'd do with out until I can take some more time to look at Pelican cases and see how their divider system works. The TT cases just seemed to be made more for APS size lenses the way the dividers work. Yes in the photos they show all this stuff but the bottom is very weird in that it's not level, a way they say offers more room but how do you use it.

I was bummed, I'd finally decided to part with the money and go for it.

Post #58, Aug 06, 2009 01:03:03


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Just wanted to point out that OGIO makes a very well thought out and well constructed photo back pack.
Worth checking out.
I went from a new Tamrac Cyberpac 6 to this OGIO pack and I love it.

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thank you, to the OP, for providing this list.

Post #60, Sep 12, 2009 19:06:32


POTN BAG Reviews, master list!
5D3, 70D, 16-35Lii, 24-70Lii, 50L, 135L

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