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Jan 25, 2012 02:33 |  #4666

thanks abram. does your bag fit anything other than your camera/computer gear?


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Jan 25, 2012 11:54 |  #4667

If you're referring to my FStop bag then right now it holds my
Gear and maybe a jacket, but I can very easily order a smaller insert and pack plenty of other things I imagine I could easily use the small or medium inserts and gain plenty of space. Also, the Loka (the bag I have) is the smallest pack in the mountain series. They also make the Tilopa and the Satori which have a lot more room for things one would require for backpacking trips.

I specifically chose the Loka because I wanted a good outdoor photo bag that was comfortable to wear when loaded.


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Jan 25, 2012 23:17 |  #4668

The Guru is smaller than the Loka and still has the internal frame.

The Loka will take the Large, Med and Small ICU, but the Guru only takes the Med and Small ICU.

There is also the Kenti in the mountain series, but it is sort of a different breed.


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Jan 26, 2012 00:38 |  #4669

Heath, thanks for chiming in, I knew of the Guru but I didn't realize it was in the Mountain series, I'd not been on the Fstop page in a few months and I had no knowledge of the Kenti.

I still like my Loka :) (For the record, I have the Large ICU, I bought it before the third redesign so I essentially have the "Pro" Large ICU, the one that can accomodate a 1-Series, or equivalent)


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Jan 26, 2012 06:43 |  #4670

The only reason I know all this is that I have a Loka, and bought a Guru last week to have a smaller pack.


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Jan 26, 2012 20:33 as a reply to  @ post 11582677 |  #4671

This is my set-up. The bag is a Flipside 300. The tripod head is a Manfrotto 701HDV Pro Fluid Video Mini Head. The body & lenses are in my signature. The 10-22 was bought just this morning. :)

The lenses have B+W XS-Pro Ultraviolet (UV) MRC Nano filters except for the 50mm which has a standard B+W MRC UV filter. The memory card goes in the side pocket & the 50mm hood, air blower, lens pen, batteries, Canon tripod mount ring go in the pocket with the orange zip loop. Although I can attach the tripod to the bag it make the bag quite heavy so practically speaking I don't attach it often.


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Jan 26, 2012 20:35 as a reply to  @ MesserschmittMan's post |  #4672

I made a new post because both attachments together stretched the thread. :)


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Jan 26, 2012 20:53 |  #4673

agphotography wrote in post #13761372 (external link)
Main compartment of my F-Stop Loka loaded with some stuff.

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Deceiving camera bag looking like a Backpackers' bag.


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Jan 26, 2012 23:22 |  #4674

I love my Flipside 400 AW, but I can't get over the waist straps..they just get in my way. :S

Anyone know of a similar bag (back access) but no waist or removable waist straps to hold :

5d II gripped w/ 85mm
60D gripped w/ 70-200
1 flash or two
trigger/receiver
batteries
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just for day to day usage...I don't plan to haul all my stuff around unless being paid to get out on location.


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Jan 27, 2012 00:00 |  #4675

Its so orange!! Picked up the Lowepro Photo Sport 200 AW

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Jan 27, 2012 00:23 |  #4676

hybridbanana wrote in post #13776271 (external link)
Its so orange!! Picked up the Lowepro Photo Sport 200 AW

I have the same bag. My 7D/24-105 and the lower area has my 7-200MKI2.8. Very nice bag.


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Jan 28, 2012 00:16 |  #4677

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Sorry my powershot s90 got water damaged last weekend so I had to take this pic with my phone.

There are a few things not in the bag which normally are (A few lens hoods and some other bits and bobs). The lee filters and net book are in the outside front pocket. The inside pocket on the lid you can see is also full of stuff. I can fit everything i own in this bag. I love it.

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ok I tried for an hour and gave up..I can't get mines the same setup and it won't fit my gripped bodies. :S


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Jan 28, 2012 05:36 |  #4678

Seems like I'm the only one with a Vanguard bag.
I have the Vanguard Up-Rise 34.
I like to pack light when I go out shooting.
5D Mark II, 24-105mm and 100mm macro.

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Jan 28, 2012 07:02 |  #4679

Vixen89 wrote in post #13781852 (external link)
ok I tried for an hour and gave up..I can't get mines the same setup and it won't fit my gripped bodies. :S

Does it work without the grips? i.e is thats what is causing the issues?


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Jan 28, 2012 09:00 |  #4680

I've got all my gear in a Mountainsmith Borealis, which is real handy for when I want to take a lot of gear. The pack is on the large side for a daypack, and sometimes I have to push just a little to get it in the airplane overheads, but it fits. I like the quality of it so much, I'm considering picking up a Mountainsmith kit cube to carry in a different pack when I don't want to take everything.


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