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Zerimar
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Jun 26, 2012 17:58 as a reply to  @ post 14631550 |  #5116

Just got this bad boy today.

Lowepro Prorunner 450AW

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have the following crammed in it:
Hasselblad H2+ Phase One P45+, with 80 f2.8 attached,
Hasselblad HC 50-110 *under laptop charger
Hasselblad HVM waist level viewfinder
Lee filter system including:
Lee Wide Angle Bellows Lens Hood
Lee filter foundation kit
lee 0.3 soft grad ND
lee 0.6 soft grad ND
lee 10 stop big stopper ND
x-rite color checker
sekonic l358 light meter
car charger for phase one batteries
dual charger for phase one batteries
4 batteries for phase one
two spare hasselblad battery grips
hasselblad battery charger
memory cards
laptop charger
15 inch macbook pro
ethernet cable
firewire cable
usb cable
card reader
rocket blower
cleaning cloth
lens and body caps

I am sure I am set for my 3 week trip thats coming up :)

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Jun 27, 2012 07:29 |  #5117

Thats an awesome kit ^


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Jun 27, 2012 22:18 |  #5118

Traveling to South Africa for 2 weeks next month so I needed something smaller then my TT Airport Security for carry on. Picked up the TT Airport Takeoff yesterday and put in my kit for the trip. Tips the scales at just under 30 lbs so I should be good to go.
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D3s, 60 micro, 24-70, 70-200, 200-400, light meter, sb800, spare batteries lots CF cards, and thinking of bringing a 16 fisheye. Tripods, monopods, gimbals and other misc. photo items with go into checked baggage.

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Jun 27, 2012 23:47 |  #5119

had my $30 bag for over 1.5 years now :lol: MY Quantray large pack packed for a trip back home to seattle. will eb shooting some motorsports, landscapes, and family shots

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1- EX430 II
2- Gopro Hero
3- 24-105 f/4 IS
4- 85 f/1.2 II
5- 5D III
6- TSE 24 f/3.5 II
7- 8-15 f/4
8- Gopro hero 2
9- 70-200 f/2.8 IS II
10- Fugi X100
11- Card readers, chargers, memory cards, external hard drives, remote shutter release, quick release plate



  
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Jun 28, 2012 00:34 |  #5120

gromeo wrote in post #14642080 (external link)
Traveling to South Africa for 2 weeks next month so I needed something smaller then my TT Airport Security for carry on. Picked up the TT Airport Takeoff yesterday and put in my kit for the trip. Tips the scales at just under 30 lbs so I should be good to go.
The Kit
D3s, 60 micro, 24-70, 70-200, 200-400, light meter, sb800, spare batteries lots CF cards, and thinking of bringing a 16 fisheye. Tripods, monopods, gimbals and other misc. photo items with go into checked baggage.
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Might I suggest a second body. I just sent a student of mine over there and one of the guys on his safari had a shutter go out.

I second this recommendation! I just returned from South Africa a few weeks ago and my DSLR failed me at the exact moment we arrived at our Safari Resort! I was furious to say the least. Thank goodness I listened to the wonderful recommendations on this site and rented the extra body. Had I not listened to this exact advice then I would have missed out on some amazing shots.


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Jun 28, 2012 04:05 |  #5121

gromeo wrote in post #14642080 (external link)
Traveling to South Africa for 2 weeks next month so I needed something smaller then my TT Airport Security for carry on. Picked up the TT Airport Takeoff yesterday and put in my kit for the trip. Tips the scales at just under 30 lbs so I should be good to go.
The Kit
D3s, 60 micro, 24-70, 70-200, 200-400, light meter, sb800, spare batteries lots CF cards, and thinking of bringing a 16 fisheye. Tripods, monopods, gimbals and other misc. photo items with go into checked baggage.

Are you planning on photographing any wildlife? If so, I'd seriously consider visiting the DeWildt Cheetah Preserve, and photograph the extremely RARE King Cheetahs. They are such beautiful animals, and I believe can ONLY be found in a very few preserves.

Just a suggestion.

Sounds like an awesome experience awaits you. Have a great time!


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Jun 28, 2012 08:05 |  #5122

Daphatty wrote in post #14642568 (external link)
I second this recommendation! I just returned from South Africa a few weeks ago and my DSLR failed me at the exact moment we arrived at our Safari Resort! I was furious to say the least. Thank goodness I listened to the wonderful recommendations on this site and rented the extra body. Had I not listened to this exact advice then I would have missed out on some amazing shots.

Did not forget backup bodies, I have access to 3 D700 and a D300s. I just switched back to Nikon and have not decided on the purchase of a 2nd body yet. I will wait till FB season starts up again to make that decision.
What part of SA did you go to?


Nikon D4 and 60 2.8D Micro, 24-70 2.8G, 70-200 2.8G VRII, 200-400 VRII, SB800, SB600, Pocket Wizards, 4x WL-1600, Quantum Turbo 2x2, Sekonic 358 meter, TT AS, Takeoff, Belt System
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Jun 28, 2012 08:11 |  #5123

Canonswhitelensesrule wrote in post #14642949 (external link)
Are you planning on photographing any wildlife? If so, I'd seriously consider visiting the DeWildt Cheetah Preserve, and photograph the extremely RARE King Cheetahs. They are such beautiful animals, and I believe can ONLY be found in a very few preserves.

Just a suggestion.

Sounds like an awesome experience awaits you. Have a great time!

I will be in Kruger National Park, the first 7 days I will be in Skukuza documenting work with the Cape Buffaloes, then we drive and stay at 3 different rest camps in Kruger and then a couple days outside of Kruger in Safari tent camps.


Nikon D4 and 60 2.8D Micro, 24-70 2.8G, 70-200 2.8G VRII, 200-400 VRII, SB800, SB600, Pocket Wizards, 4x WL-1600, Quantum Turbo 2x2, Sekonic 358 meter, TT AS, Takeoff, Belt System
http://rguzmanphoto.ph​otoshelter.com/ (external link)
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Jun 28, 2012 09:15 |  #5124

gromeo wrote in post #14642080 (external link)
Traveling to South Africa for 2 weeks next month so I needed something smaller then my TT Airport Security for carry on. Picked up the TT Airport Takeoff yesterday and put in my kit for the trip. Tips the scales at just under 30 lbs so I should be good to go.
The Kit
D3s, 60 micro, 24-70, 70-200, 200-400, light meter, sb800, spare batteries lots CF cards, and thinking of bringing a 16 fisheye. Tripods, monopods, gimbals and other misc. photo items with go into checked baggage.
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Nice kit! How do you like the 200-400? Have you tried it with a 1,4x tc?
If the upcoming Canon 200-400 will be far too expensive I might consider switching to the dark side... :p


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Jun 28, 2012 14:11 |  #5125

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didnt think it would be so soon but i just got my 2nd bag a hadley large

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Jun 28, 2012 14:55 |  #5126

MPCman wrote in post #14643649 (external link)
Nice kit! How do you like the 200-400? Have you tried it with a 1,4x tc?
If the upcoming Canon 200-400 will be far too expensive I might consider switching to the dark side... :p

One of the big reasons I switched back to Nikon along with some other problems I was having with my Canon kit.
I love the 200-400 which replaced my 400 2.8is and I am not missing the weight either. I heard that the Canon version was going to weigh in at around 9.3lbs not much savings in weight, Nikon weighs in at 7.4 big shoulder saver. Also my feeling in the built in 1.4 is something else to worry that can get out off wack. Also the price is stated to be around 9-10k. Have not tried the 1.4 so can't give a review.


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Jun 28, 2012 23:51 |  #5127

Cool, tnx for the reply :)


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Jun 30, 2012 15:12 |  #5128

I just got my Thinktank Commuter last week and its an awesome bag!!! I know I don't have that much gear yet but I've got a few more items I want to purchase to complete my kit. In my bag I currently have 5D Mark III mounted with 24-105, 135L, 600EX-RT, Lowerpro lens exchange case, Blackrapid RS-7 strap, CF cards and batteries on the flip side of the bag. I wanted a bag with lots of room for my future gear and a bag to travel with and Thanktank Commuter is the bag for me. Sorry for the iphone picture.


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Jul 01, 2012 16:00 |  #5129

Heading out to Banff next week.

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Jul 01, 2012 23:55 as a reply to  @ mndoci's post |  #5130

Here is my main bag...


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