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Jan 23, 2011 11:22 |  #3286

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Zexun, please post pix of your new Domke F5XB. ;)

Haha I'll get to it very soon ;) Darn school tests are taking up my week.


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Jan 23, 2011 13:39 |  #3287

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Jan 23, 2011 18:36 |  #3288

Just purchased a Domke F-803 Shoulderbag in beige. Will post pics when it and my 5d arrives.


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Jan 24, 2011 21:54 |  #3289

My F-stop backpack! Love it!

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Jan 25, 2011 01:33 |  #3290

Nice! I really want one of those. Which one did you get?


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Jan 25, 2011 01:55 |  #3291

I have the Satori with Large and small ICU



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Jan 25, 2011 03:22 |  #3292

my Pelican 1500

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Jan 25, 2011 10:16 |  #3293

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Jan 27, 2011 06:48 as a reply to  @ DisrupTer911's post |  #3294

Those Domke bags just look like chaos to me. Everything just piled in, no shape and little protection.

They do seem to hold a lot, but so would a supermarket carrier bag and it looks like only slightly less protection.:lol:


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Jan 27, 2011 06:56 |  #3295

^^^ I have to agree with you. My medical responder bag has more organization and padding. In fact it looks almost exactly like that minus the dividers at the lenses.


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Jan 27, 2011 07:03 |  #3296

+3, but they do look cool. I just have never felt they had the protection and organization either. But Domke bags are super popular for a reason, they have some following.




  
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Jan 27, 2011 07:59 |  #3297

I'm using a replica domke f-2 with all the fake logos removed ;D

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Jan 27, 2011 08:00 |  #3298

ChrisMc73--Domke aren't for everyone. We all have different needs.

My Domke's are shooter bags. I can grab and use my gear effortlessly. In fact, I can't even tell that the bag and gear are there. Sure, I can overload it; then I should have bought a bigger bag. :) That's why I have 2, and they're the quickest and most comfortable to shoot out of. Here in Canada, Domke's are rediculously expensive. Some American vendors are catching up and will steal the Canadian market...

I can assure you that I also have storage/protection bags. None of my bags is as easy to shoot out of as my Domke. One bag I'm interested in (but not at Canadian prices) is the Think Tank Retro series. I refuse to pay $210 plus 13% tax for a Retro 10 at Henry's. List is $149 US...plus whatever it costs to get it to my door.

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Jan 27, 2011 09:27 |  #3299

martinsmith wrote in post #11723815 (external link)
Those Domke bags just look like chaos to me. Everything just piled in, no shape and little protection.

I suspect you are just perceiving them that way because they are much less "rigid" so when you look at these pictures you are not seeing a square "box" with a bunch of smaller "boxes" inside that are lined up all neat and orderly.

Everybody can set their bag up however they want, but my Domkes are far from haphazard or chaotic. Everything has it's place and I always know exactly where to find it even if can't see and I have to go by feel.


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Jan 27, 2011 09:30 |  #3300

martinsmith wrote in post #11723815 (external link)
Those Domke bags just look like chaos to me. Everything just piled in, no shape and little protection.

K&K_Dad wrote in post #11723841 (external link)
^^^ I have to agree with you. My medical responder bag has more organization and padding. In fact it looks almost exactly like that minus the dividers at the lenses.

ChrisMc73 wrote in post #11723859 (external link)
+3, but they do look cool. I just have never felt they had the protection and organization either. But Domke bags are super popular for a reason, they have some following.

agreed, except to me they don't even look cool, they just look dated? To each their own, but I tried one once and it wasn't for me. My biggest complaint though is their buckle closures on most bags. I DO love their inserts for making a non photo bag into a nice option when you want to get creative.


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