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Apr 25, 2011 22:39 |  #3616

Will a Crumpler 6MDH hold as much gear as Flipside 200?
I have a 5MDH but then my gear won't fit in. I purchased the Flipside 200 but turns out I like shoulder bags better. I know this is not the discussion thread but can someone kindly give me advice on this? The gear list is in my sig.
Thanks so much.


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Apr 25, 2011 22:59 |  #3617

agphotography wrote in post #12283460 (external link)
Finally got a shipping notice for my FStop Loka! It'll be here on the 29th hopefully :)

Same here. I can't freakin wait!




  
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Apr 25, 2011 23:53 |  #3618

hey fellas what's the best bag available for a canon 5D mark ii w/ 24-70 2.8 usm lens maybe w/ the speedflash II, and couple more lenses. appreciate it guys!




  
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Apr 26, 2011 05:11 |  #3619

there is no best bag. It depends on how you willbe using it. be a bit more specific with your activities and how you want to carry it. Id also look at the review thread here https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=585253

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Apr 26, 2011 18:49 |  #3620

agphotography wrote in post #12283460 (external link)
Finally got a shipping notice for my FStop Loka! It'll be here on the 29th hopefully :)

Looks like mine is delayed until Monday the 2nd. :(




  
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Apr 26, 2011 19:07 |  #3621

jwicaksana wrote in post #12292986 (external link)
Will a Crumpler 6MDH hold as much gear as Flipside 200?
I have a 5MDH but then my gear won't fit in. I purchased the Flipside 200 but turns out I like shoulder bags better. I know this is not the discussion thread but can someone kindly give me advice on this? The gear list is in my sig.
Thanks so much.

It would probably fit...but it might be a little tight. It was really good with the 50D+17-55 and 100mm F2.8L. When I added a 35L it was really tight. I upgraded to the 7 million and I can carry all my lenses now and accessories.

Problem with the 6 million is the padding is pretty thick and it leaves room for a mounted lens, a lens to one side and space for 3/4 a lens on the other. You can stack shorter lenses like your 50mm which is why I say it might be possible.


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Apr 26, 2011 19:16 |  #3622

falco18 wrote in post #12298532 (external link)
Looks like mine is delayed until Monday the 2nd. :(

Aw boo!! Mine is too! I know they're a small company trying to keep up with some heavy demand right now so I'll cut them some slack. I'm just anxious!!


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Apr 26, 2011 19:18 |  #3623

if you're gonna go 7 why not go 8. I have the 8mdh and it is a great bag. not too big by any means




  
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Apr 26, 2011 22:24 |  #3624

Sdiver2489 wrote in post #12298640 (external link)
It would probably fit...but it might be a little tight. It was really good with the 50D+17-55 and 100mm F2.8L. When I added a 35L it was really tight. I upgraded to the 7 million and I can carry all my lenses now and accessories.

Problem with the 6 million is the padding is pretty thick and it leaves room for a mounted lens, a lens to one side and space for 3/4 a lens on the other. You can stack shorter lenses like your 50mm which is why I say it might be possible.

Yeah I can stack the 50 on the top of 85. Will this fit in the 3/4 space you mentioned?
And in the other side I guess I can fit my flash?
Does your 50D fit with the grip attached?


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Apr 28, 2011 16:14 |  #3625

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Been looking for the dryzone for past 6 months..
Went to store in town quoted 500 plus tax!
Today found one on craigslist for 200 now its mine used once..

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Apr 28, 2011 19:17 |  #3626

is that the 200 or the 100? I picked up the 100 for 160 new a few weeks ago. but my local shop is quoting 450 for the 200. I prefer the 200 but the 100 is great for now.




  
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Apr 29, 2011 07:14 |  #3627

here is my very full lowepro compuday back pack

1. lower compartment

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2. upper compartment
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3. laptop compartment - now used to house the bigmos
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4. bag contents
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5. one very over stuffed backpack
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i know i need a new bag, currently in the process of working out what i need. to be added to that gear is a sigma 150mm macro, along with possibly a nikon 10.5mm fish eye, 70-200 f/2.8 of some kind along with a tamron 28-75 f/2.8 or a nikon 24-120 f/4 VR

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Apr 29, 2011 07:51 |  #3628

les_au wrote in post #12315363 (external link)
here is my very full lowepro compuday back pack
2. upper compartment
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I've got the Compudaypack too and found it great on a recent trip with one exception. The upper compartment only has one Zip puller, unlike the lower and back compartments, which have two. If you've got a lot of small stuff in the top compartment, it tends to fall out if you need to get to something located where your SB700 is. Lowepro can't help me with a spare zip puller so I could get it added locally, but are going to consider putting two on in the next product refresh.


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Apr 29, 2011 08:33 |  #3629

roopaw wrote in post #12315482 (external link)
I've got the Compudaypack too and found it great on a recent trip with one exception. The upper compartment only has one Zip puller, unlike the lower and back compartments, which have two. If you've got a lot of small stuff in the top compartment, it tends to fall out if you need to get to something located where your SB700 is. Lowepro can't help me with a spare zip puller so I could get it added locally, but are going to consider putting two on in the next product refresh.

yeap have the same issue mate, looking into another solution for my gear so i am willing to get by with it


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Apr 29, 2011 13:10 |  #3630
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Got a Crumpler Master Delhi 510 delivered today.

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Will post more images of it, and my impression of it later on.

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