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Jul 04, 2008 00:49 |  #1501

DEMO wrote in post #5845207 (external link)
Tamrac Expedition 7 vs Lowepro Vertex 200 AW

Both are very nice.
Difficult decision it would be for me.


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Jul 04, 2008 11:37 |  #1502

Got rid of my Crumpler 7 Million Dollar Home and got The Whickey & Cox instead :)

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1. Canon 40D + Grip + E1 + Canon EF-S 17-55 f2.8 IS w/ Hood Reversed
2. Canon EF 70-200 f2.8 IS L + Tripod Collar w/ Hood Reversed
3. Canon EF-S 10-22 f3.5-4.5
4. Canon x1.4II TeleX + Giotto Rocket Blower
5. Canon 580EX II Flash
6. Canon 10-22 Hood
7. Lens Wipes + Battery Charger
8. Assorted Crap (Spare Batteries, Phottix Wireless Remote, Canon Remote, Card Reader, Spare Cards, etc.)

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Front Side w/ Manfrotto 3021BPRO Tripod Hooked On (external link)

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Jul 04, 2008 13:02 |  #1503

Nice, I wish Crumpler came out with a backpack like Lowepro did. I just love the colors, material, and design compared to most camera bags.


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Jul 04, 2008 13:29 |  #1504

_aravena wrote in post #5848924 (external link)
Nice, I wish Crumpler came out with a backpack like Lowepro did. I just love the colors, material, and design compared to most camera bags.

This bag is truly a tank. The build quality is so good and the bag is so sturdy! :D Crumpler sure knows how to make bags. I'm not sure what you meant by "backpack like Lowepro", but my only grunt is that this bag (nor does any of the other Crumpler backpacks) does not have an easy draw access like the Lowepro Primus AW... :(


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Jul 04, 2008 13:31 |  #1505

^Exactly, like the slingshots, flipsides, and fastpacks. *sigh*

Oh well, about to add a new Crumpler messenger to the mix. So excited! :D


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Jul 04, 2008 14:11 |  #1506

_aravena wrote in post #5849026 (external link)
^Exactly, like the slingshots, flipsides, and fastpacks. *sigh*

Oh well, about to add a new Crumpler messenger to the mix. So excited! :D

You know what though? I'd rather take a pack that doesn't resemble a camera bag over one with a quick draw compartment that screams "I have thousands of dollars worth of equipment in me". :D

The Whickey & Cox looks more like a chute pack on one's back than anything else. :cool:


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Jul 04, 2008 14:12 |  #1507

^Oh most definitely. I'd love to have one of their backpacks but it wouldn't be a camera bag one, one of the everyday ones instead. If I got the next bag I wanted, I'd be accused of having a murse. :lol: Might still if I get the Budgie Smuggler. Just carry camera and one lens everywhere, if the bag is small enough.


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Jul 04, 2008 19:00 |  #1508

Nothing wrong with a murse ;)


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Jul 04, 2008 20:07 |  #1509

aridan wrote in post #5849177 (external link)
You know what though? I'd rather take a pack that doesn't resemble a camera bag over one with a quick draw compartment that screams "I have thousands of dollars worth of equipment in me". :D

The Whickey & Cox looks more like a chute pack on one's back than anything else. :cool:

yeah, especially with a tripod hooked on it... :D:lol:


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Jul 04, 2008 20:46 |  #1510

aridan wrote in post #5849177 (external link)
You know what though? I'd rather take a pack that doesn't resemble a camera bag over one with a quick draw compartment that screams "I have thousands of dollars worth of equipment in me". :D

The Whickey & Cox looks more like a chute pack on one's back than anything else. :cool:

Do you really think anyone is fooled by what bag you carry when you have $2000 hanging from your neck on a camera strap? A thief that stupid is already behind bars:D. The rest know what you have no matter what you put it in.:evil:


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Jul 04, 2008 20:52 |  #1511
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seriously, are you guy hauling the bag with ALL equipments everytime you go?


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Jul 05, 2008 04:41 |  #1512

aridan wrote in post #5848592 (external link)
Got rid of my Crumpler 7 Million Dollar Home and got The Whickey & Cox instead :)

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Content

1. Canon 40D + Grip + E1 + Canon EF-S 17-55 f2.8 IS w/ Hood Reversed
2. Canon EF 70-200 f2.8 IS L + Tripod Collar w/ Hood Reversed
3. Canon EF-S 10-22 f3.5-4.5
4. Canon x1.4II TeleX + Giotto Rocket Blower
5. Canon 580EX II Flash
6. Canon 10-22 Hood
7. Lens Wipes + Battery Charger
8. Assorted Crap (Spare Batteries, Phottix Wireless Remote, Canon Remote, Card Reader, Spare Cards, etc.)

** Not shown - Filters Holder in Outer Side Pocket

More Views

Open (external link) (Laptop carrier not shown - I took it off as I don't carry my laptop with me)
Inner Shell Closed (external link)
Front Side (external link)
Back Side (external link) (Opening Side)
3/4 (external link)
Front Side w/ Manfrotto 3021BPRO Tripod Hooked On (external link)

nice kit you got there, pretty much what i want to end up with.


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Jul 05, 2008 06:27 |  #1513

godsantagonist wrote in post #5850594 (external link)
yeah, especially with a tripod hooked on it... :D:lol:

Well, the tripod stays home when I go abroad. :)

kenh wrote in post #5850746 (external link)
Do you really think anyone is fooled by what bag you carry when you have $2000 hanging from your neck on a camera strap? A thief that stupid is already behind bars:D. The rest know what you have no matter what you put it in.:evil:

Not necessarily. When you have something like the W&C on your back and a camera strapped on your neck, the pack looks like a regular day pack with some assorted-worthless stuff in it (lunch, rain coat, bottle of watter, etc.). On the other hand, when you carry around a big nice CAMERA-dedicated shoulder bag with a nice LOWEPRO logo on it....

...you can see where I'm going with this. :D

Plus... the W&C has rear access... let's see the sucker who'll try to get to my gear... :D


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Jul 05, 2008 06:29 |  #1514

mizouse wrote in post #5852232 (external link)
nice kit you got there, pretty much what i want to end up with.

Thanks, looks like you are pretty much there :D


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Jul 05, 2008 09:56 |  #1515

The latest acquisition, and not quite permanently organized yet... A LowePro CompuTrekker Plus AW - for when you absolutely, positively must take nearly everything - including a 17" MacBook Pro. Click for larger/info:

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