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Need over the shoulder bag recommendations

 
Mike ­ Bowen
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Aug 19, 2010 12:41 |  #1

Looking for an over the shoulder bag which allows for easy access for changing lenses quickly and easily.

Will need to fit a gripped 5D2, sigma 50/1.4, 17-40, 70-200/4 and 85/1.8...maybe one speedlite too.

Any suggestions would be great!


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Aug 19, 2010 12:44 |  #2

domke f3x. next question.


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Aug 19, 2010 12:52 |  #3

. . . or maybe the F2. The real question is "Ruggedwear" or not.


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Aug 19, 2010 15:19 |  #4

Look at the Stealth Reporter line, they have zip access as well as a full zip off top, and a built-in waterproof cover. Probably the 400AW.


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Aug 19, 2010 23:24 |  #5

2nd f2 ruggedwear




  
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Aug 20, 2010 07:54 |  #6

I love my Think Tank UD60 - very comfortable fully loaded and rock solid build quality. I don't have a grip on mine so I can't swear it will fit...




  
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Aug 20, 2010 11:18 as a reply to  @ fidens's post |  #7

The ThinkTank UD 70 will fit a gripped body, I had to switch from the UD 50 when I put a grip on my 7D. All of their new Retrospective series bags say they will hold a pro-size body too. I haven't used them yet but every other ThinkTank bag I have owned has been top notch and I'm on my fourth bag from them.


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Aug 20, 2010 11:27 |  #8

Have you Considered Crumpler "messenger" style Bags a 7MDH perhaps ?


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Aug 20, 2010 13:45 |  #9

Crumpler FTW.


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Aug 20, 2010 18:27 |  #10

The Think Tank Retrospective 30 (external link) is my absolute favorite go-to shoulder bag. I usually have my 5dm2 24-70, 70-200f/4, 16-35, 580exII, and Circ polarizer, batteries, battery chargers, etc. Its can fit everything, but isnt huge. the 2 front pockets can hold a lot and pack flat.


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