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Jul 20, 2010 20:16 |  #3001

Here's my writeup on the Retrospective 10 if you want to have a look at it. (I'm new to writing reviews, but I promise they'll get better!)

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Jul 20, 2010 22:44 as a reply to  @ agphotography's post |  #3002

Here is my new Pelican 1514 that just came today. I noticed it had black dividers which I have not seen on this case yet...i've only seen gray but I am diggin the black.

From left to right on the top row there is:

200mm f/2.8L, 24-70 2.8L, 135 2L, 2 430EX flashes in their cases.

Left to right on bottom row:

open space for wires and random stuff that will eventually be organized, future room for cyber syncs and nifty fifty which are in transit right now, 2 extra batteries, memory card case, and a few AA battery case holders for my flash batteries, 1D Mark II N and 1Ds Mark II. I love how everything fits nicely in this case and it works absolutely perfect for my needs. I love it!


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Jul 31, 2010 13:53 |  #3003

agphotography wrote in post #10222807 (external link)
I think that may be the first retrospective bag on here. I was thinking about the 30 but that a awful close in size to the Domke F2 I use everywhere.

I thunk the 20 would be perfect. Thanks for showing the scale though!!!

The only difference between the Retrospective 10 and 20 is that the 20 is about 2 inches deeper. Now the 30 is the wider one.




  
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Aug 01, 2010 10:18 |  #3004

Hmm descisions....descisio​ns....Retrospective 20 or 30? Hmmm. I guess I need to work out which Urban Disguise I need to retire? My UD40 or my UD60? I think My UD 60's laptop space is very under utilised (I don't like to take a laptop and a camera with me) so the Retro 30 would be a good choice for me. I like the UD60 size, but I could do with the extra width across the bag.


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Aug 01, 2010 10:38 |  #3005

Wider width = more things to put in = heavier load and possibly more clutter, unless you're very organised or strict in your packing of gear.


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Aug 01, 2010 10:44 |  #3006

Exactly. K.I.S.S. principle applies.

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Aug 03, 2010 20:54 |  #3007

Supastudio wrote in post #9738252 (external link)
Here is my shoulder/sling bag I use sometimes just for a single body and lens combo. It doesn't usually hold my camera gear, but rather work related stuff I need. I've been tempted to buy a second one, but who buys the same bag twice ;)

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do you have a pic of you wearing it? ive been interested in this bag for quite a while but i wanna see it being worn first. thanks!


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Aug 03, 2010 21:55 |  #3008

I've been trying to find a good camera backpack that would comfortably fit all my stuff, and I think the Dakine Mission Photo fits the bill. A few reviews I saw posted on these forums sold me on it, and it really seems like a terrific bag. Here's a quick shot of how I've got it initially laid out:

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For some reason the camera block is a little shallower at the top than the bottom, so my T2i with a grip sticks out too much when placed right side up and pokes through the bag into my back, but simply putting the camera on its side solved the problem nicely. Plenty of room for future lenses and accessories too!



  
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Aug 04, 2010 12:02 |  #3009

treck_dialect---if you go to the Maxpedition site there are lots of photos of bags being worn.

Another site for photos? do a search for everyday carry forum and you'll see lots there too.

That style of bag is very interesting to me. However, by the time they are imported into Canada they become prohibitively expensive. I know every one has to make a dollar...


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Aug 05, 2010 10:04 |  #3010

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Aug 05, 2010 10:42 as a reply to  @ 2mnycars's post |  #3011

avater wrote in post #10664791 (external link)
thanks dude, yeah, the price seems a litlle bit high, but i cheaked, they are free shipping, so that will be ok, canvas is attractive anyway:p

Henry's sells these Think Tank bags through Head Shots, a store of theirs. Although our dollar is almost at par, the cost of a $149 Retro bag becomes just under $250 Cdn out the door with tax in. That was the last time I checked. That's where I lost interest.

Same feature with Domke, from Henry's as well. Watch the "free shipping"; some vendors limit that to the Continental US. Another vendor arranged shipping through USPS for me; much appreciated, because there was quite a saving compared to UPS. And UPS sometimes charges a broker's fee too...So shipping is a very real cost to Canadian consumers if things don't go right.

Glad you found an arrangement that works for you. I'm eager to learn, because I hate paying more than I should for gear. :)


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Aug 05, 2010 10:59 |  #3012

At a current exchange rates, that should be $151 CDN. What is going on with the pricing over there? Can't you just order it from the US?

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Sep 05, 2010 03:07 |  #3013

Has anyone ever tried Maxpedition Vulture II for backpacking? I was wondering if I can use it for day or two hike and have some inserts for the SLR and say 2 lenses? Any ideas?

What kinda inserts would be the best for such an arrangement?


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Sep 05, 2010 03:28 |  #3014

Retrospective 10 Pinestone!

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Sep 05, 2010 06:02 |  #3015

Headshotzx wrote in post #10852721 (external link)
Retrospective 10 Pinestone!

Cool looking bag, any shots of the interior?


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