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Old 5th of June 2012 (Tue)   #5071
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anyone here have the lowepro pro roller x100?

thinking on getting that, but not sure on the size of it. would it be too big for international carry on?
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Old 5th of June 2012 (Tue)   #5072
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Any thoughts on a backpack for GRIPPED 50D?
Have a 24-105, sigma 30, will soon get a 85 1.8
potentially go for a 70-200..
I was watching Lowepro AW 350(is this the number or so?) My currently bag is also a lowepro but can hold a gripped body.
The only thing about 350 I don't like is that the tripod hold is not in the middle or at the bottom of the backpack.
Also it maybe a little bit heavier than I expected.
Any suggestions~~~
I use a Tenba - Shootout: Medium Backpack. I have a gripped 50D with a 24-105, 135, 70-200, a couple of flashes, flash triggers, Flashbenders, batteries, chargers. I'll take a pick when I get a chance. It also fits under the the seats of an airplane nicely.
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Old 11th of June 2012 (Mon)   #5073
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I use a Tenba - Shootout: Medium Backpack. I have a gripped 50D with a 24-105, 135, 70-200, a couple of flashes, flash triggers, Flashbenders, batteries, chargers. I'll take a pick when I get a chance. It also fits under the the seats of an airplane nicely.
this is a huge advie! thanks so much!
Someone else also suggest me this bag!
the only little unsatiesfied part about this bag is that it doesnt have a side acess..
still stuck on choosing...
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Old 11th of June 2012 (Mon)   #5074
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Got this on eBay, my other bag is too big and not as quick as this for weddings.
Stoked on the price also!

Pictured with 5D2/50L - 70-200 f/2.8 - 17-40 - 580exII and plenty of room for cards/batteries/ipad

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Old 12th of June 2012 (Tue)   #5075
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^who makes that bag? looks pretty big, however the strap doesn't look like it can take that much weight over time.
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Old 12th of June 2012 (Tue)   #5076
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^who makes that bag? looks pretty big, however the strap doesn't look like it can take that much weight over time.
It's not really that big, photo doesn't really show the scale that well. Can't really see the shoulder strap in those photos sorry, the straps your seeing are the ones that keep the top closed probably? The shoulder strap itself is quite beefy, and the canvas seems quite durable

The bag is made by a company called "Backpacker", made in HongKong.
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Old 12th of June 2012 (Tue)   #5077
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Old 12th of June 2012 (Tue)   #5078
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^^ So nice!
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Old 12th of June 2012 (Tue)   #5079
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Finally jumped aboard and ordered a Domke F802! Can't wait for it!
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Old 13th of June 2012 (Wed)   #5080
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Get the 720-230 insert for it as well? The basic bag is for reporters, so doesn't have inserts. And while you're ordering the insert, remember the Post Office Pad.
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Old 17th of June 2012 (Sun)   #5081
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Some crap pictures of my gear:

My 2 bags (Lowepro Flipside 200, 400AW):


Almost all my gear:


In the 400AW bag:


Front pocket:


I have some better pics of my gear on my Flickr.
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Old 17th of June 2012 (Sun)   #5082
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From top left of the bag: Celestron X-cel 8mm eyepiece (grey tube), 105mm f2.8 VR Micro-Nikkor, Sigma 50-150mm f2.8 II (sold), D200 w/ Sigma 100-300mm f4, Yashica Electro 35 GS. Bottom row from left: Tokina 11-16mm f2.8, 35mm and 50mm f1.8 Nikkors, Samyang 8mm f3.5 fisheye.

Accesories, from left: lightning trigger, wireless remote, some batteries, lens cleaning cloth and extension tubes (they also double as eyepiece adapter), macro rail, spare CF card, another macro rail and Pano-MAXX panoramic head.

10kg, add another 2½ kg for the tripod and ball head.
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Old 18th of June 2012 (Mon)   #5083
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From top left of the bag: Celestron X-cel 8mm eyepiece (grey tube), 105mm f2.8 VR Micro-Nikkor, Sigma 50-150mm f2.8 II (sold), D200 w/ Sigma 100-300mm f4, Yashica Electro 35 GS. Bottom row from left: Tokina 11-16mm f2.8, 35mm and 50mm f1.8 Nikkors, Samyang 8mm f3.5 fisheye.

Accesories, from left: lightning trigger, wireless remote, some batteries, lens cleaning cloth and extension tubes (they also double as eyepiece adapter), macro rail, spare CF card, another macro rail and Pano-MAXX panoramic head.

10kg, add another 2½ kg for the tripod and ball head.
And this backpack is what model?
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Old 18th of June 2012 (Mon)   #5084
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Considering the size, I'd say it's a Lowepro Pro Runner 350 AW (www.lowepro.com/prorunner_backpacks).
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Old 18th of June 2012 (Mon)   #5085
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Some crap pictures of my gear:
Almost all my gear:
Are those carbonfibrehoods real or is it film?
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