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Feb 06, 2012 23:01 |  #4726

I just ordered a Domke F-6 (Little Bit Smaller) bag to use in place of the slightly larger F-2 I've been hauling around. I really just wanted something that will carry my 5D mkii with the 70-200L attached. It looks close, but I think it will work. Online, it almost looks like the F-2 without the outer pockets.


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10"x7"x5.5"

F-2
Exterior Dimensions: 17"W x 6.75"D x 9"H
Interior Dimensions: 11"W x 6.5"D x 8.5"H

f-3x
Exterior Dimensions: 15"W x 7"D x 9"H
Interior Dimensions: 9.5"W x 6"D x 9:"H

f-4af
Exterior Dimensions: 13” W x 8.5” D x 11” H
Interior Dimensions: 8.5” W x 7” D x 9.5” H

f-5xb
Exterior Dimensions: 10"W x 4.5"D x 7.25"H
Interior Dimensions: 9.5W x 4"D x 6"H

f-6 little bit smaller
Exterior Dimensions: 11.5"W x 7"D x 7.5"H
Interior Dimensions: 11.25W x 5.5"D x 7"H

f-8
Exterior Dimensions: 9" x 5.25" x 7"
Interior Dimensions: 6.5" x 3.5" x 6.5"


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Feb 06, 2012 23:43 |  #4727

Love this guy:

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Feb 07, 2012 00:14 |  #4728

The insides are a secret! shhhh....

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Feb 07, 2012 10:51 |  #4729

BobHunter wrote in post #13839516 (external link)
Love this guy:
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what bag is this exactly?




  
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Feb 07, 2012 11:42 |  #4730

Looks good. Share the Secret. ;)

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Feb 07, 2012 11:58 |  #4731

mo5751 wrote in post #13841992 (external link)
what bag is this exactly?

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Feb 07, 2012 20:54 as a reply to  @ silvrg35's post |  #4732

Vanguard UP-Rise 48 Backpack Review

..so since I can't write a full fledged review I'll make it a post! First the pictures.

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PART 2 PICTURES IN POST BELOW.

This is the biggest backpack of the UP-Rise series from Vanguard - as you can see I compared it to my Flipside 300 from Lowepro. Doesn't look that much bigger (great plus IMO I hate boxy looking big bags especially when I swing and I slug someone), I was able to put 2 gripped bodies in my backpack (60D + 5D II gripped) and walk around without feeling discomfort. Yes the bag is a itty bit heavier than normal but heck I am okay with it since it balances a lot for me. Now the biggest thing I noticed I dislike - I just don't like waist straps but they are there and when you load in a laptop - the backpack gets mondo heavy. Not sure if that's a killer for you but it sucked having 2 bodies and 1 laptop. Without the laptop, it felt great. OH, and a major killer ..the bag is meant to be a sling type bag as well so you can "quick" access the camera from the side - well bad news, if your camera is gripped it won't work. Only non grip bodies can come out the side access. Hmm..other than that ask questions!

besides all that of what I said above. I LOVE THE BAG - it can be as my daily backpack when I don't wanna bring the Flipside 300 or when I need to seriously bring both camera bodies onto the location with everything else..and just for fun lug my 15.6" laptop. I do plan to add a locking mechanism to the zippers so they are secured when I have a 2nd camera body in the upper compartment...hmm and has that lovely rain cover.

EDIT: Forgot to mention, the divider that sits between my Kenko and 60D - the divider is NOT removable...everything else you can play tetris with. The other side of the bag has a little tripod holder...not sure bout it cause I carry my heavy tripod in another bag.

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Feb 07, 2012 20:54 |  #4733

part 2!! oh and this is my brother, he's 14 and 5' 3".

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Feb 07, 2012 21:12 |  #4734

Can you give info / link on those carbon fiber vinyl that you have on the lenses hood

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Feb 07, 2012 21:14 |  #4735

Thanks for taking the time to post the pics and impressions of that Vanguard, Vix. :)

Where did you get those pimpass cf-looking lens hoods?


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Feb 07, 2012 21:14 |  #4736

KHAWACHEN wrote in post #13845854 (external link)
Can you give info / link on those carbon fiber vinyl that you have on the lenses hood

elicious wrote in post #13845867 (external link)
Thanks for taking the time to post the pics and impressions of that Vanguard, Vix. :)

Where did you get those pimpass cf-looking lens hoods?

LOL ..silly this a bag thread! anyways it was hydro dipped by my friend. so it's not vinyl - it's actual CF paint type thing and then clear coated. google hydro dip and you'll see how it's done and you can do any design not just CF. used to have all 8 lenses in the same design..stands out pretty much in a car crowd ^_^

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Feb 08, 2012 01:17 |  #4737

BobHunter wrote in post #13839516 (external link)
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looks like timbuk2;)


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Feb 08, 2012 02:17 |  #4738

Vixen89 wrote in post #13845871 (external link)
LOL ..silly this a bag thread! anyways it was hydro dipped by my friend. so it's not vinyl - it's actual CF paint type thing and then clear coated. google hydro dip and you'll see how it's done and you can do any design not just CF. used to have all 8 lenses in the same design..stands out pretty much in a car crowd ^_^

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Oh my God, I need to get this!


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Feb 08, 2012 12:01 |  #4739

Vixen89 wrote in post #13845724 (external link)
..so since I can't write a full fledged review I'll make it a post! First the pictures.

Link to item - Vanguard Up-Rise 48 Backpack:

http://www.bhphotovide​o.com …_UP_Rise_48_Bac​kpack.html (external link)

http://www.google.com …LLD2KjeYMwR3Us9​MlLJXPF6kw (external link)

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PART 2 PICTURES IN POST BELOW.

This is the biggest backpack of the UP-Rise series from Vanguard - as you can see I compared it to my Flipside 300 from Lowepro. Doesn't look that much bigger (great plus IMO I hate boxy looking big bags especially when I swing and I slug someone), I was able to put 2 gripped bodies in my backpack (60D + 5D II gripped) and walk around without feeling discomfort. Yes the bag is a itty bit heavier than normal but heck I am okay with it since it balances a lot for me. Now the biggest thing I noticed I dislike - I just don't like waist straps but they are there and when you load in a laptop - the backpack gets mondo heavy. Not sure if that's a killer for you but it sucked having 2 bodies and 1 laptop. Without the laptop, it felt great. OH, and a major killer ..the bag is meant to be a sling type bag as well so you can "quick" access the camera from the side - well bad news, if your camera is gripped it won't work. Only non grip bodies can come out the side access. Hmm..other than that ask questions!

besides all that of what I said above. I LOVE THE BAG - it can be as my daily backpack when I don't wanna bring the Flipside 300 or when I need to seriously bring both camera bodies onto the location with everything else..and just for fun lug my 15.6" laptop. I do plan to add a locking mechanism to the zippers so they are secured when I have a 2nd camera body in the upper compartment...hmm and has that lovely rain cover.

EDIT: Forgot to mention, the divider that sits between my Kenko and 60D - the divider is NOT removable...everything else you can play tetris with. The other side of the bag has a little tripod holder...not sure bout it cause I carry my heavy tripod in another bag.

Thanks for the photos. I have just ordered Vanguard Adapter 46 and Up-Rise 33 .... And thinking about Up-Rise 46.




  
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Feb 08, 2012 12:26 |  #4740

omik wrote in post #13849416 (external link)
Thanks for the photos. I have just ordered Vanguard Adapter 46 and Up-Rise 33 .... And thinking about Up-Rise 46.

very nice! I just watched the videos on em. I like em a lot, looks like a good bag for daily use - hehe I was in the same scenario, I had a day bag, but I wanted something to fit ALLL my future gear so I was looking for something bigger since I go out on locations and keep my stuff on me...either way though, I think Vanguard makes pretty darn good stuff!


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