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bobn15
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Apr 14, 2011 08:11 |  #3571

Flipside 400 looks like a nice size, but does that waist belt come off? there's one on my expedition and its padded nicely, however that's what makes a lot of the bulk.

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Bobn15, have a look at the Streetwalker Pro and the Flipside 400 (upgrade in size, padding and comfort over the Flipside 300). I actually ordered the Flipside 400 yesterday. Chose it over the Streetwalker Pro as it has better internal padding, larger outside pocket and a little more space inside.

The smaller Streetwalker is not designed for a gripped or Pro series camera.


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Apr 14, 2011 15:01 |  #3572

pic of all my junk in my calumet rc1188 roller... i also have a lowepro exchange messenger, incase dslr sling, and a dakine sequence backpack. got everything covered from messenger bag, sling, backpack, and roller.

IMAGE: http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5182/5619508123_62eceb1f8a_z.jpg

row on the left:
- sun sniper strap, lowepro filter wallet, 580exII
- tamron 28-75mm 2.8 w/ hood
- canon 16-35L no hood on this one... i hate the huge hood it has and it seems to do nothing
- 2 extra lp-e6's and extra wireless flash receiver

middle row:

- CF card holder, hard drive, cables
- 2 430exII's, wireless flash triggers and receivers
- gripped 5d2 with 35L w/ hood mounted

row on the right:

- charger for my lp-e6
- 135L w/ hood
- 85L w/ hood
- sigma 50mm 1.4 w/ hood

also have various other things on the lid like extra caps, AA batteries, cr2 batteries, cloths, more cables... and other junk



  
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Apr 15, 2011 04:12 |  #3573

Now thats a bag of treasures


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Apr 15, 2011 12:17 |  #3574

bobn15.....no, the waiste belt does not come off. That is the exact reason that I cancelled my order for the Flipside 400. If I'm not going to use the strap all the time, it will definitely get in the way. I also went to the store again and tried to get my gear in and out of the floor model that they have. The shoulder straps kept getting in the way while I was opening the bag, and taking gear out.

I decided on the Streetwalker (not the Pro). It is more compact and works well with all of my gear....especially since I don't use a grip on my 7D. The Pro version seemed too deep and the gear rattled around.

All 3 bags have had positive reviews though. Something for everyone.


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Apr 15, 2011 12:24 |  #3575

DL P...interesting choice.
I have the same bag. Plan (when my car is out of storage) is to fit it between the seats to carry my gear. Car is a 2 seater...not much room.
I have a d300s with a grip. It fits. Barely. :) Changed camera bodies just after I bought the bag. Hate it when I do that. ;)


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Apr 15, 2011 18:27 |  #3576
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Two of my newest bags.


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Apr 15, 2011 18:37 |  #3577

Not too big fan of Crumpler bags, used to have one but sold it. But those are really great photos of the bags, look even better than the Crumpler webpage has! :O


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Apr 15, 2011 18:41 |  #3578

Wow.. Look at the glass on that Sony! Is that a 50mm?


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Apr 16, 2011 00:00 |  #3579

kokakaste2 wrote in post #12230474 (external link)
... look even better than the Crumpler webpage has! :O

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Apr 16, 2011 00:43 |  #3580
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Thanx Oskar, Unlike Crumpler I don't find the bags being done justice when they are portrayed on a naked old man...

John Its a Zeiss 85mm/1,4 mounted on the A900, for info what i stuffed into the Pony Box you can look here


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Apr 16, 2011 02:22 |  #3581

My camera bag. Fits the 1DIV + zeiss 35mm f2 ZE mounted and two more lens slots. One might fit the 24-70, the other 50mm 1.4.


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Apr 16, 2011 06:29 |  #3582
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Apr 16, 2011 08:21 |  #3583

5DMarkIIguy wrote in post #12232367 (external link)
My camera bag. Fits the 1DIV + zeiss 35mm f2 ZE mounted and two more lens slots. One might fit the 24-70, the other 50mm 1.4.

Ah...billingham....lov​e hate relationship. Love the look, the makes but the weight, the price and the pain on the shoulders make me always think twice of using it. I exclusively bought a billingham for my more up-class assignment when I need to go into formal events. Nice bag!

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Very nice! I would love to get 1 for my travel use but always worry about the white getting off white after repeated use :-(


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Apr 16, 2011 13:00 |  #3584
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Malsam wrote in post #12233121 (external link)
Very nice! I would love to get 1 for my travel use but always worry about the white getting off white after repeated use :-(

Thanx!

Well i think that is unavoidable, for something that is a little more rugged the R-10X series from Kata is probably a better solution.

For me who mainly use this in urban areas and it's really not a issue.


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Apr 16, 2011 13:23 |  #3585

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Wow, how .... what, how does that all fit into the bag! Thats alot of room!

That deserves a video ;P


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