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Jul 26, 2011 15:13 as a reply to  @ post 12825324 |  #4081

Sure I create a review, should get it in this week. I also looked into getting the 200 AW but I have a full size Primus AW so I can load up all my gear. I need a simple day bad with a rain cover. I like having a variety of bags the suits my needs for the day. I do have the case logic sling bag but my gear will get soaked if it rains will give this bag to my brother if the 100 aw works or maybe return it and get the 200 AW if the bag is not comfortable or small for my needs.


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Jul 26, 2011 15:16 as a reply to  @ post 12825324 |  #4082

Heres my simple bag. Hope to upgrade soon! Tamrac Explorer 4


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Jul 26, 2011 18:55 |  #4083

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Jul 26, 2011 19:07 as a reply to  @ post 12805607 |  #4084

I unfortunately don't have a picture of my bag handy, and yeah, I know I could take one, but I'm taking a break from doing some editing and thought I'd contribute to the thread.

I just bought a new Tamrac bag after my last one (a Tamrac backpack) finally reached a level of needing a replacement. So I got one of their new Velocity series bags, the 5770, Velocity 10x.

It took a bit to get used to, because I kept using it as they were intending it to be used, which is to wear it over the shoulder and across the body like a sling. I found it much more comfortably used when I simply throw it over my left shoulder, leaving it to hang at my side. The strap digs too much into the collarbone to really use it as a sling, and I considered sending it back for a time, but after using it my way I've come to like it better than my backpack. Everything is right there in front of me, and it doesn't weigh me down like the backpack did.

I don't have two bodies, but that's how they show it in here in their nomenclature. I fill that space with a T2i with batt grip, Sigma 10mm 2.8 fisheye, Sigma 18-50mm 2.8, Sigma 10-20mm wide zoom, Canon EF 50mm 1.8, Canon 430EX Flash, as well as room to spare for a possible body and lens addition.

Favorite part: the main flap opens out away from you so you can dig into it with it there on your side. I got so tired of having to put my backpack in the dirt and kneeling down to get what I need when I need it.

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Jul 27, 2011 01:54 |  #4085

Is there someone how haes a picture of Gura Gear Kiboko, with a canon 300mm f/2,8 and lenshood attached.


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Jul 28, 2011 07:57 |  #4086

Valucolso wrote in post #12705203 (external link)
Just picked up a Think Tank Airport Takeoff and I Love it!

the wheels on it are sooo smooth!!

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Jul 29, 2011 10:32 |  #4087

does anybody know somethning about http://prepostnyc.com …era-and-camcorder-bag.htm (external link) bag? i heard it's not bad and it's not expensive and comfortable.




  
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Jul 29, 2011 11:13 |  #4088

Love the Checkmate comment. Sort of like a card game reference, "I am all in - What do you have - now show me your cards" ouch. I'll fold

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Jul 29, 2011 11:31 |  #4089

OK im looking for a bag but 273 pages is a lot to go through! any idea if there is a kata DC 443 and what page ???? or something for a 60D with attached 17-50, 60mm macro and speedlite as compact as possible?


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Jul 29, 2011 11:41 |  #4090

vickylou wrote in post #12843311 (external link)
OK im looking for a bag but 273 pages is a lot to go through! any idea if there is a kata DC 443 and what page ????

At the top of the thread is a button that allows you to search the thread.


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Jul 29, 2011 11:54 |  #4091

thenextguy wrote in post #12843378 (external link)
At the top of the thread is a button that allows you to search the thread.

Thank you, can't find the kata bag :( but I did find a tamrac velocity x7 and an explorer 200 though!


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Jul 29, 2011 16:55 |  #4092

For the traditionalist out there, found a photo sitting around of an older Domke F2. I'd have to guess, but I'd put this one at 20+ years old, and still in decent shape. Fabulous bags - hard to beat for versatility.

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More could go in there. For instance, that 50/1.4 could go on top of the TC or the 15 and you could get a 100/2.8 macro or 135/2 into that spot. Taking the foam out where I marked it makes getting the larger diameter hood of the 70-200 in and out a bit easier. Don't need the padding there anyway - got a whole 'nuther pocket between there and the outside world. :)



  
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Jul 29, 2011 18:01 as a reply to  @ RandyS's post |  #4093

Here is the latest configuration of my Pelican 1514 case. I removed all the padded dividers except for the perimeter and put all lenses in Think Tank Lens Changer lens cases and neoprene sleeves for the camera bodies. This way I was able to fit 3 flashes I could not fit before.


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Jul 29, 2011 18:05 |  #4094

entrefoto wrote in post #12845340 (external link)
Here is the latest configuration of my Pelican 1514 case. I removed all the padded dividers except for the perimeter and put all lenses in Think Tank Lens Changer lens cases and neoprene sleeves for the camera bodies. This way I was able to fit 3 flashes I could not fit before.

Nice. If they tell you to check the case you can pull the gear and stuff it in a backpack or bag.



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Jul 29, 2011 19:00 |  #4095

aperture_blade wrote in post #12803144 (external link)
What bag would suggest for a 7D, 50L, 85L, 135L ? I would like a smaller backpack or comfortable shoulder bag.

Plus if doesn't scream camera gear, but doesn't have too look dirty vintage either. Thanx!


Check out the LowePro Sling bags annd BTW to a thief a bag does not have to scream camera; it only need whisper it.


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