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mleone
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Dec 04, 2008 05:53 |  #1861

Tenba bags are well made. Mine holds up on work trips hulling my all my junk around. The shoulder pad is good which is a plus.


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Dec 04, 2008 06:01 |  #1862

sabesh wrote in post #6809238 (external link)
Couple of bags to carry my two gripless DSLRs (5D-II & D700) with 24-70G & 70-200/2.8IS lenses attached. Click each pic and choose "all sizes" for bigger images. Domke pics with 5D, Tenba pic with 5D-II.

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Tenba small messenger bag:

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Which insert is that in your Domke? Looks way more convenient than mine :/


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Dec 04, 2008 06:38 as a reply to sOid's post |  #1863

I like my Tenba. It looks stylish and doesn't look like a camera bag at all. I sometimes use it as a daily bag to carry a bottle of water, a laptop etc. Ah yes, it does have a laptop compartment as well. Build quality is very good, same level as the Domke. Shoulder pad is built-in to the strap, but is comfortable. The best part about the Tenba is the quick in/out zipper: That allows you to take out/ put in your gear without opening the flap. See here:

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Dec 04, 2008 06:43 |  #1864

sOid wrote in post #6810566external link
Which insert is that in your Domke? Looks way more convenient than mine :/

Same insert as the one in the Tenba: You can buy them separately @ B&H or Adorama.

http://www.adorama.com​/TBPDPI.htmlexternal link

Cheers,

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Dec 04, 2008 08:19 |  #1865

Sean wrote in post #6808466external link
I don't see any photo's of his handlers, but I am sure they have poor control over him due to the huge amount of glass he has.

Insane bag mate.

In the picture handlers are not visible, but they seems to be sturdy. No problem to manage the trolley, so far.

BTW, of course this is NOT the bag I use everyday. It's only to protect all my gear at home and to easily transport everything in a single baggage during long journeys. But when I go shooting I only bring with me at most half of those lenses, in a much smaller and lighter bag.


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jeasy
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Dec 04, 2008 10:07 |  #1866

sabesh wrote in post #6810688external link
I like my Tenba. It looks stylish and doesn't look like a camera bag at all. I sometimes use it as a daily bag to carry a bottle of water, a laptop etc. Ah yes, it does have a laptop compartment as well. Build quality is very bood, same level as the Domke. Shoulder pad is built-in to the strap, but is comfortable. The best part about the Tenba is the quick in/out zipper: That allows you to take out/ put in your gear without opening the flap. See here:

great! thanks a lot! i'm pretty much sold on the tenba, it looks pretty good in olive


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Dec 04, 2008 10:41 |  #1867

jeasy wrote in post #6811606external link
great! thanks a lot! i'm pretty much sold on the tenba, it looks pretty good in olive

Yep, more pics of the Olive version here (large version, not mine):

http://www.nikoncafe.c​om ...hp?p=2180838&postco​unt=36external link

Cheers,

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Dec 04, 2008 12:29 |  #1868

sabesh wrote in post #6811777external link
Yep, more pics of the Olive version here (large version, not mine):

http://www.nikoncafe.c​om ...hp?p=2180838&postco​unt=36external link

Cheers,

Sabesh.

it looks like they've changed the insert design since I got mine last year - the dividers were lower and flimsier. I liked the bag well enough but have since gone back to my Think Tank Urban Disguise - it's just better thought out.


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Dec 04, 2008 13:07 as a reply to chromewaves's post |  #1869

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Dec 04, 2008 23:17 |  #1870

sabesh wrote in post #6811777external link
Yep, more pics of the Olive version here (large version, not mine):

http://www.nikoncafe.c​om ...hp?p=2180838&postco​unt=36external link

Cheers,

Sabesh.


thanks for the photos! i went out today and bought it, same color and size. love it


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Dec 05, 2008 06:59 |  #1871

Here's a newer pic of the Expedition 7

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Dec 11, 2008 08:18 |  #1872

[QUOTE=sabesh;6809238]​Couple of bags to carry my two gripless DSLRs (5D-II & D700) with 24-70G & 70-200/2.8IS lenses attached. Click each pic and choose "all sizes" for bigger images. Domke pics with 5D, Tenba pic with 5D-II.

Domke F-802:

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[IMAGE'S LINK: http://www.flickr.com/​photos/sabesh/30112923​23/] (external link)


That my friend is a nice bag. I have wanted a good non conspicuous camera bag for some time- you know, i think this could be it. Is the clasp plastic or painted metal? How do you like it?

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bhardwaj.deepak
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Dec 11, 2008 09:11 |  #1873

Can anyone suggest any good hiking backpack which can carry camera body + 2 lens + a laptop + some clothes (if possible)?


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5D mkII, EF 17-40 f/4, EF 24-70 f/2.8, 85mm f/1.8, EF 70-200 f/4 non IS (Gitzo GT2541 + Markins M10Q)

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Dec 11, 2008 12:45 |  #1874

Treat me like a tourist wrote in post #6856935 (external link)
sabesh wrote in post #6809238 (external link)
Couple of bags to carry my two gripless DSLRs (5D-II & D700) with 24-70G & 70-200/2.8IS lenses attached. Click each pic and choose "all sizes" for bigger images. Domke pics with 5D, Tenba pic with 5D-II.

Domke F-802:

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[IMAGE'S LINK: http://www.flickr.com/​photos/sabesh/30112923​23/] (external link)

That my friend is a nice bag. I have wanted a good non conspicuous camera bag for some time- you know, i think this could be it. Is the clasp plastic or painted metal? How do you like it?

It's painted metal. I've also posted on mine here from time to time. An outstanding bag (as are all the Domke line I've used so far).


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Dec 11, 2008 12:49 |  #1875

bhardwaj.deepak wrote in post #6857209external link
Can anyone suggest any good hiking backpack which can carry camera body + 2 lens + a laptop + some clothes (if possible)?

the f-stop stuff looks pretty hiking-ey :)
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