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SMP_Homer
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Jun 18, 2012 09:20 |  #5086

Johandyman wrote in post #14594875 (external link)
Are those carbonfibrehoods real or is it film?

most likely stick-on...


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Jun 18, 2012 10:11 |  #5087

SMP_Homer wrote in post #14595005 (external link)
most likely stick-on...

thats also what i thought, i have a hood with film on it myself but if this is real carbon it would be so so cool :D


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Jun 18, 2012 12:03 |  #5088

Just got a Lowepro X300 roller the other day - to my delight, it holds nearly all my gear minus lighting equipment :)

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Jun 18, 2012 15:34 |  #5089

Not much to see here...well maybe the 24-105mm...

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Jun 18, 2012 16:25 as a reply to  @ mustang0672's post |  #5090

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ThinkTank Retrospective 10. Had this bag for over a year now. Bought it last year ago for holidays, but it has turned out to be a great small bag.

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The bag weights ~6.2kg :)

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Jun 18, 2012 18:41 |  #5091

Joris wrote in post #14594865 (external link)
Considering the size, I'd say it's a Lowepro Pro Runner 350 AW (www.lowepro.com/prorun​ner_backpacks (external link)).

Correct.


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Jun 19, 2012 15:25 |  #5092

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ThinkTank Retro 10 (external link) by Oskars Lablaiks (external link), on Flickr

ThinkTank Retrospective 10. Had this bag for over a year now. Bought it last year ago for holidays, but it has turned out to be a great small bag.

Accessories - spare batteries, strobist gels, iPad camera kit, cables, memory cards etc. :)

The bag weights ~6.2kg :)

Would you be able to fit that 5DMKII with a grip in there?




  
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Jun 19, 2012 15:31 |  #5093

just received my Timbuk2

i put all my gear inside...

i didn't realize it would be so heavy on my shoulders


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Jun 19, 2012 17:42 |  #5094

ChrisMc73 wrote in post #14602122 (external link)
Would you be able to fit that 5DMKII with a grip in there?

I don't have the grip, so I can't say for sure. But as you can see there is quite a bit of free space, so I imagine it can fit in there. Better try it out at store. :)


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Jun 20, 2012 18:47 |  #5095

kokakaste2 wrote in post #14602717 (external link)
I don't have the grip, so I can't say for sure. But as you can see there is quite a bit of free space, so I imagine it can fit in there. Better try it out at store. :)

I have a black Retro 10 and my 5D II gripped fits fine. I also normally have a 70-200 2.8L, 17-40L, 50 1.4 and 85 1.8 as well as a 24L attached to the body. That's really maxed out though, thinking of getting the Retro 30 for some extra space.


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Jun 20, 2012 21:40 |  #5096

montroyal wrote in post #14602144 (external link)
just received my Timbuk2

i put all my gear inside...

i didn't realize it would be so heavy on my shoulders

That's the downside of good glass.
Years ago I bought a Leica M system for that reason. I can't afford to do that today.

Now that I am my only customer ;-)a I have an easy-carry bag.
Billingham Hadley Digital, for about the same cost here as a Retro5.
dslr with grip
18-200VR
strap...a Black Rapid sometimes

Need more? but this is as much as I want to carry.
Billingham Hadley Pro
dslr without grip
18-200 VR
70-300vr
flash

the overlap of lenses bothers me, but this stuff is paid for. Eventually I'll buy a sharper normal zoom lens

I sold my 80-200/2.8 years ago and opted for a 70-300 lens.


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Jun 21, 2012 04:16 |  #5097

efroten wrote in post #14608311 (external link)
I have a black Retro 10 and my 5D II gripped fits fine. I also normally have a 70-200 2.8L, 17-40L, 50 1.4 and 85 1.8 as well as a 24L attached to the body. That's really maxed out though, thinking of getting the Retro 30 for some extra space.

I remember when I ordered the Retro10, thinking that it will most probably only hold my camera + lens and another lens. Was kind of a surprise when it arrived and I saw how much it can fit. :lol:


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Jun 21, 2012 15:17 |  #5098

Just saw a video on YouTube and the Retro 7 holds what I want/need. Think I'll go for it.




  
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Jun 23, 2012 06:47 |  #5099

My new Think Tank Retrospective 30. Sorry about the dreadful iphone photo.

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Still plenty of space for a few more smaller lenses or one big one if the 24/70 hood is on the lens. I like the fact that I can leave the lens hood in the shooting position and still place the camera into the bag and close the lid. My ipad fits nicely into the external zip pocket too(hidden behind the folded over lid). I think I could also easily fit a flash into one of the front or side pockets. I'm still tinkering with the bag to find the best layout. It's a much nicer bag than my old Crumpler Muffin Top 7500, and the lid velcro is far more confidence-inspiring than the rubbish stuff on the crumpler. I also like the way that the bag is much better balanced - there's no chance that it'll tip over when loaded like the Crumpler used to.

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Jun 23, 2012 07:12 |  #5100

2mnycars wrote in post #14609094 (external link)
That's the downside of good glass.
Years ago I bought a Leica M system for that reason. I can't afford to do that today.

Now that I am my only customer ;-)a I have an easy-carry bag.
Billingham Hadley Digital, for about the same cost here as a Retro5.
dslr with grip
18-200VR
strap...a Black Rapid sometimes

Need more? but this is as much as I want to carry.
Billingham Hadley Pro
dslr without grip
18-200 VR
70-300vr
flash

the overlap of lenses bothers me, but this stuff is paid for. Eventually I'll buy a sharper normal zoom lens

I sold my 80-200/2.8 years ago and opted for a 70-300 lens.

but IQ will be lower than separate lenses

for instance 18-200 vs 2 separate lenses to cover the same range

anyway, i have tried to carry the timbuk2 with my gear inside but i'm not getting used to shoulder bags at all :cry:


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