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Feb 10, 2012 20:37 |  #4756

You've got a film body in there, but did you leave any room for film?? ;)


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Feb 10, 2012 23:07 as a reply to  @ agphotography's post |  #4757

Got a Domke F-6 to use when the F-2 is just too much to carry. As I thought, the F-6 is basically the F-2 without the side pockets, which cuts a few inches and some loaded weight off.

IMAGE: http://kalla.net/POTN/domke_f-6_interior_tiny.jpg
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For those who haven't seen the F-2, here are links:

http://kalla.net/POTN/​Domke1.jpg (external link)
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http://kalla.net/POTN/​Domke4.jpg (external link)

I haven't used the F-6 yet. Just pulled out the useless padded squares and dumped a bunch of extras in to give it some padding. As you can see, it fits the 5D MkII with the 70-200mm f/4L quite nicely. I'm guessing the main compartment will fit the same amount of gear the F-2's main compartment does.

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Feb 10, 2012 23:11 |  #4758

been getting a lot of questions about my camera bag. all I can say is that they are great and carry a crap load of equipment. If you ever see them on sale again I recommend you pick one up if your into The Hundreds.

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everything you see in these pictures fit into these two hundreds bags. including the canon 7d gripped, 11-16 tokina, and 580ex ii flash these pics were shot with.

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Feb 10, 2012 23:12 |  #4759

jbkalla wrote in post #13866256 (external link)
I haven't used the F-6 yet. Just pulled out the useless padded squares and dumped a bunch of extras in to give it some padding. As you can see, it fits the 5D MkII with the 70-200mm f/4L quite nicely. I'm guessing the main compartment will fit the same amount of gear the F-2's main compartment does.

The F-6 is smaller than the F-2's main compartment. It is shallower, for one thing, and slightly smaller in all dimensions (IIRC).


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Feb 10, 2012 23:18 as a reply to  @ jbkalla's post |  #4760

For those who are interested, I also wanted to show a comparison of the F-Stop Bags Medium ICUs, Shallow and Pro/original sizes:

IMAGE: http://kalla.net/POTN/f-stop_mediumICUs_tiny.jpg
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Here's the Shallow ICU loaded up with the 5D MkII, 70-200mm f/4L (attached), 16-35L, 580EX2, etc... The 5D has an RRS L-bracket attached, and the height is just perfect to fit in the bag. You would not be able to attach the battery grip to the 5D and have it fit, but I can't imagine anyone would backpack with the grip. There's enough difference in height between the two medium ICUs that you could fit at least a decent coat behind the ICU in an F-Stop pack. I think the shallow ICUs make a lot more sense in a backpack, and they're the perfect depth. If I removed the flash and slid the camera to the side, I could probably fit the 300mm f/4L, maybe even with the 1.4x extender. That's a lot of gear for a backpack ICU!

IMAGE: http://kalla.net/POTN/f-stop_mediumShallowICU_interior_tiny.jpg
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As always, the pictures are linked to the originals.

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Feb 10, 2012 23:21 |  #4761

Rudi wrote in post #13866287 (external link)
The F-6 is smaller than the F-2's main compartment. It is shallower, for one thing, and slightly smaller in all dimensions (IIRC).

Ah, thanks! I hadn't actually measured them, just held them next to each other.


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Feb 10, 2012 23:29 |  #4762

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

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how many lens can fit in there and also is there a place for laptop or ipad?


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Feb 10, 2012 23:34 |  #4763

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does this have a waist belt? i could not tell from the pic


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Feb 11, 2012 02:56 |  #4764

Beeotch wrote in post #13866282 (external link)
everything you see in these pictures fit into these two hundreds bags. including the canon 7d gripped, 11-16 tokina, and 580ex ii flash these pics were shot with.

Does the 7D gripped fit inside the sling?


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Feb 11, 2012 06:36 |  #4765

jbkalla wrote in post #13866324 (external link)
Ah, thanks! I hadn't actually measured them, just held them next to each other.

No worries. They are both great bags! (I have both of them :) ).


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Feb 11, 2012 08:31 |  #4766

Kineyas wrote in post #13866981 (external link)
Does the 7D gripped fit inside the sling?

yup. Its one of my Kata bags. I can carry the gripped 7D with 70-200 and another lens or flash with it.


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Feb 11, 2012 08:53 |  #4767

agphotography wrote in post #13865553 (external link)
You've got a film body in there, but did you leave any room for film?? ;)

Did it only to show size...I would carry a spare digital body instead, but I didn't have it with me when I did the picture, that body is roughly the same size as the xxD series. There is lots of room for film in that bag, in the big front pocket.


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Feb 11, 2012 09:01 |  #4768

I will do a review of The Hundreds paparazzi version 1 when I get mine in a few days...


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Feb 11, 2012 09:13 |  #4769

jbkalla wrote in post #13866256 (external link)
Got a Domke F-6 to use when the F-2 is just too much to carry. As I thought, the F-6 is basically the F-2 without the side pockets, which cuts a few inches and some loaded weight off.

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For those who haven't seen the F-2, here are links:

http://kalla.net/POTN/​Domke1.jpg (external link)
http://kalla.net/POTN/​Domke2.jpg (external link)
http://kalla.net/POTN/​Domke3.jpg (external link)
http://kalla.net/POTN/​Domke4.jpg (external link)

I haven't used the F-6 yet. Just pulled out the useless padded squares and dumped a bunch of extras in to give it some padding. As you can see, it fits the 5D MkII with the 70-200mm f/4L quite nicely. I'm guessing the main compartment will fit the same amount of gear the F-2's main compartment does.

Do you think a 60D with 100-400 mounted will fit with no problems? It is about 3/4 inch longer than your setup. Thanks.


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Feb 11, 2012 09:26 |  #4770

@Winwin : thanks for images man , that bag is really nice but i have some question . How about the shoulder trap and does it weather sheild or something like that ?




  
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