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Feb 20, 2011 20:50 as a reply to  @ post 11871602 |  #3406

here is what i have. in a think tank streetwalker hard drive.


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Feb 25, 2011 08:51 as a reply to  @ musso's post |  #3407

This is my weekend photography bag.

Flipside 300.
Originally, my setup was 5d2 mounted with 400mm f4 DO IS + reversed hood, 24-105 + reversed hood & 430EX flash.
And surprisingly, with all gears above, the bag still have more than enough room compartment! It can even fit additional 70-200 f/2.8L IS + reversed hood, 5D2 grip & some extra bits!

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Feb 25, 2011 15:45 |  #3408

Here is picture of my bag which is some 3rd party bag I got from Fry's Electronics. It was great when I had 1 body and only 2 lenses, but now it is far too cramped. Inside it has:
5D+grip
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I have a 24-105L on the way and I'm going to end up with something on the long end (not sure what yet). So you can see it is far too small and unorganized for me. That's why I started checking out this thread. I really like the Lowepro Pro Trekker 300 AW, but I need to check it out in a store to see how big it is on me. This bag can barely hold my extra batteries and what not.

BTW, if you like this bag it will be going up for sale once I get a replacement in the next couple of weeks ;)

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Feb 26, 2011 04:58 |  #3409

That's cool, organized and packed


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Feb 26, 2011 06:20 |  #3410

virsago_mk2 wrote in post #11911457 (external link)
This is my weekend photography bag.

Flipside 300.
Originally, my setup was 5d2 mounted with 400mm f4 DO IS + reversed hood, 24-105 + reversed hood & 430EX flash.
And surprisingly, with all gears above, the bag still have more than enough room compartment! It can even fit additional 70-200 f/2.8L IS + reversed hood, 5D2 grip & some extra bits!

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Flipside 300 is definitely recommended!

Do you the shoulder straps uncomfortable with all that weight? I have a lot less in mine and as soon as I put it on I feel the shoulder straps digging in. I really love everything about the bag except for comfort which is a big deal.


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Feb 26, 2011 06:47 |  #3411

sangyup wrote in post #11917073 (external link)
Do you the shoulder straps uncomfortable with all that weight? I have a lot less in mine and as soon as I put it on I feel the shoulder straps digging in. I really love everything about the bag except for comfort which is a big deal.

With all that setup, my bag is around 7.5kg. And I feel it's still very comfortable actually.


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Feb 26, 2011 14:22 |  #3412

Here is a Billingham Hadley Pro: 5D-II with 24-105, 70-200is f/4, and a 430EX flash. This is my light-weight walk around bag. I can also configure it for 3 lenses, usually 24-104, 35L, 135L, 1.4xTC, and tiny 270EX flash, but it gets a bit heavy that way.
The shoulder strap stores nicely inside the top when you want just a briefcase style bag.

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Feb 26, 2011 14:23 |  #3413

A couple more of the Billingham Hadley Pro:
Note the padded cover which can fold down over your camera to protect the display.


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Feb 26, 2011 17:45 |  #3414

so jealous....^^^

Billnghams are such nice looking bags....


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Feb 26, 2011 18:21 |  #3415

Just a question, would you be able to fit in somewhere there a A4 notebook? :)


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Feb 26, 2011 20:03 |  #3416

kokakaste2 wrote in post #11920137 (external link)
Just a question, would you be able to fit in somewhere there a A4 notebook? :)

I don't know ... I have only tried putting camera gear in it.:D

The padded "bucket" comes out easily in one piece so you can have several pre-loaded configurations (extras are available). There is a slot area between the padded "bucket" and the rear which will easily hold a standard sized 8.5" x 11" paper. There is also a zippered full size pocket on the rear that is slightly smaller than the standard paper size.

Exterior Dimensions 13 5/8 x 4 5/8 x 9 5/8" (34.7 x 11.9 x 24.6 cm) (WxDxH)
Interior Dimensions 12.5 x 3.75 x 8.75" (31.8 x 9.5 x 22.2 cm) (WxDxH)

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Hmmm ... I find that I can slip my 11" Macbook Air computer in that back slot area, even in a neoprene slipcover.:eek:




  
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Feb 26, 2011 20:47 |  #3417

Well it took me 3 stores to find one but I picked up a Lowepro Pro Trekker 300 AW. I also looked at a Tamron bag but the build quality wasn't up to Lowepro standards (but still very good).


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L | 50 f/1.8 II | Tamron 28-300 f/3.5-6.3 <-Crap on FF |
| 550EX | Yongnuo RF 602 triggers | Aperture 3 | Lowepro Pro Trekker 300 AW |

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Feb 27, 2011 07:19 |  #3418

hfgarris wrote in post #11920552 (external link)
I don't know ... I have only tried putting camera gear in it.:D

The padded "bucket" comes out easily in one piece so you can have several pre-loaded configurations (extras are available). There is a slot area between the padded "bucket" and the rear which will easily hold a standard sized 8.5" x 11" paper. There is also a zippered full size pocket on the rear that is slightly smaller than the standard paper size.

Exterior Dimensions 13 5/8 x 4 5/8 x 9 5/8" (34.7 x 11.9 x 24.6 cm) (WxDxH)
Interior Dimensions 12.5 x 3.75 x 8.75" (31.8 x 9.5 x 22.2 cm) (WxDxH)

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Hmmm ... I find that I can slip my 11" Macbook Air computer in that back slot area, even in a neoprene slipcover.:eek:

Sounds good, thinking of replacing my UD50 with a backpack and getting something like this for everyday :)


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Feb 27, 2011 10:44 |  #3419

kokakaste2 wrote in post #11920137 (external link)
Just a question, would you be able to fit in somewhere there a A4 notebook? :)

The description on B&H website specifically mentions A4 notebooks:
The Billingham Hadley Pro Shoulder Bag (Black with Black Leather Trim) is a waterproof canvas bag with a photo insert included. The bag can double as a business case or a slightly posh beach bag. The Hadley Pro will accommodate A4 files and a small laptop computer.

http://www.bhphotovide​o.com …ley_Pro_Shoulde​r_Bag.html (external link)

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Feb 27, 2011 10:47 as a reply to  @ hfgarris's post |  #3420

haha ^^ thanks, didn't look at B&H at all.


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