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Apr 11, 2010 21:02 |  #31

Every one of my Canon EX flashes came with a case. I put a pair of PW units in each case. These then go into a large camcorder bag which now functions are my flash accessory bag and also holds my Sekonic light meter, external battery packs, power cables, sync cables, flash brackets, etc.

I also have a Pelican 1520 case which holds all my PW FlexTT5 units along with the Canon, Metz, and Sunpak flashes and accessories.


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Apr 11, 2010 21:57 as a reply to  @ PacAce's post |  #32

so what did OP end up doing?




  
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Apr 13, 2010 11:56 |  #33

Marius:
Very nice set up

BTBeilke:
what can we put in there ? I mean how many PW ?

CxThree;
Think Tank modular pouches, good idea too.

Wilt:
good idea too

brucea;
i have some of these lying around, but the compartment doesnt fit my needs.

PacAce:
any chance we can see your flash accessories bag and your pelican case set up ?

jcarp618:
my update:
went to my uncle's house over the weekend, and out of the blue he gave me some of those sunglasses holder/case (those really big sunglasses for senior citizen, if you know it), so I'll try to utilize that for now.




  
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Apr 13, 2010 11:58 |  #34

canondslr wrote in post #9986842 (external link)
Marius:
Very nice set up

BTBeilke:
what can we put in there ? I mean how many PW ?

CxThree;
Think Tank modular pouches, good idea too.

Wilt:
good idea too

brucea;
i have some of these lying around, but the compartment doesnt fit for my needs.

PacAce:
nay chance we can see your flash accessories bag and your pelican case set up ?

jcarp618:
my update:
went to my uncle's house over the weekend, and out of the blue he gave me some of those sunglasses holder/case (those really big sunglasses for senior citizen, if you know it), so I'll try to utilize that for now.

Sure. I'll do that when I get home later this afternoon.


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Apr 13, 2010 14:04 |  #35

Thx Man.......




  
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Apr 13, 2010 20:49 |  #36

As promised, here are the pictures of the bag and Pelican case I use for storing my flash units, RF remote units and associated accessories.

The MacGregor shoulder bag below used to hold my early 90's Sony camcorder. This is what it holds now. The inset at the upper left corner shows how the main compartment is organized.

Note that the PW units are stored in Canon EX flash cases except for the Plus Tx/Rx pair which in a Tamrac case. And in case you're wondering how I got all those Skyport remotes in one case, I didn't. There are actually two Skyport cases there. The 2nd one is hidden underneath the one showing.

The left pocket holds the Turbo 2x2 power cables and the right pocket holds the Wimberley and RRS flash bracket parts (for my Wimberley gimbal head).


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The this is the inside view of the Pelican 1520 which holds most of my hotshoe flashes, PW FlexTT5 units and batteries. I also have the Nikon SB-900 which is kept with the Nikon D90 in its own bag, and a few other Sunpak and Vivitar flash units which I hardly use so they're just stored in a drawer in my study.


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Apr 15, 2010 11:42 |  #37

dammnn
nice set up man...
and thanks for showing us.




  
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