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Nov 20, 2012 11:50 |  #5431

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Nov 20, 2012 12:36 |  #5432

ZXDrew wrote in post #15264329 (external link)
I put all of my cameras in sideways with the card slot facing up, instead of upside down. I can pull cards put new cards in without taking the camera out of the bag. Also the cameras in shooting position as soon as I pull it out of the bag.

those are the 2 reasons why I put them in sideways...


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Nov 20, 2012 12:50 |  #5433

SMP_Homer wrote in post #15268503 (external link)
those are the 2 reasons why I put them in sideways...

Its weird you don't see more people doing it. It works extremely well.


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Nov 20, 2012 12:55 |  #5434

SMP_Homer wrote in post #15268503 (external link)
those are the 2 reasons why I put them in sideways...

Me as well...same.... :cool:


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Nov 21, 2012 01:29 as a reply to  @ 328iGuy's post |  #5435

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My Lowepro Flipside Sport 15L AW, I got very excited when this bag came out. I also have a phototrekker and a vertex. The vertex is great when I need everything, the phototrekker was my first bag, smaller and used as a day pack. I shoot a lot of sports, particularly mountain biking, and skiing/snowboarding. I wanted the photosport, but needed to carry more kit, in particular a 70-200. This bag was on preorder as soon as I found out about it.

Protection wise, all weather cover and then a separate cover othe inside, currently folded back. Everyone who shoots on the mountain has left their bag open once and it gets filled with dirt/snow.

On the sides, 1.5l camelbak bladder (currently in my actual camelbak). Lots of the spots are only accessible via bike/hike/lifts. The other side has my tripod/video head and I can also fit my monopod even with the big head.

Inside is my standard kit:

Canon 1D mkIIn with Sigma 70-200 f2.8 attached
Canon eos 300v w/grip and 40mm f2.8 STM attached (yes it is there!)
Canon 85mm f1.8
Canon 430exII
Batteries/sync cable/triggers/blower/​film
1 large pocket with cards/circular polariser/nd filters

I've ridden some pretty gnarly trails with these bag already, if any of you know Whistler Bike Park, Fade to Black and Dwayne Johnson got hit when I almost forgot I was wearing it, and I've no quarms about sending jumps. It is secure and comfortable. Really looking forward to using it this winter, though it isn't big enough to carry back county gear, so will spend most of its life in the slack country!

If any of you guys are from British Columbia, or are travelling up, I'll see you on the hill.

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Nov 21, 2012 03:10 |  #5436

Yetihenry wrote in post #15271098 (external link)
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My Lowepro Flipside Sport 15L AW, I got very excited when this bag came out. I also have a phototrekker and a vertex. The vertex is great when I need everything, the phototrekker was my first bag, smaller and used as a day pack. I shoot a lot of sports, particularly mountain biking, and skiing/snowboarding. I wanted the photosport, but needed to carry more kit, in particular a 70-200. This bag was on preorder as soon as I found out about it.

Protection wise, all weather cover and then a separate cover othe inside, currently folded back. Everyone who shoots on the mountain has left their bag open once and it gets filled with dirt/snow.

On the sides, 1.5l camelbak bladder (currently in my actual camelbak). Lots of the spots are only accessible via bike/hike/lifts. The other side has my tripod/video head and I can also fit my monopod even with the big head.

Inside is my standard kit:

Canon 1D mkIIn with Sigma 70-200 f2.8 attached
Canon eos 300v w/grip and 40mm f2.8 STM attached (yes it is there!)
Canon 85mm f1.8
Canon 430exII
Batteries/sync cable/triggers/blower/​film
1 large pocket with cards/circular polariser/nd filters

I've ridden some pretty gnarly trails with these bag already, if any of you know Whistler Bike Park, Fade to Black and Dwayne Johnson got hit when I almost forgot I was wearing it, and I've no quarms about sending jumps. It is secure and comfortable. Really looking forward to using it this winter, though it isn't big enough to carry back county gear, so will spend most of its life in the slack country!

If any of you guys are from British Columbia, or are travelling up, I'll see you on the hill.


Fantastic! Hope I can travel to Canada sometime in the future..


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Nov 22, 2012 13:30 |  #5437

For those of you thinking of a Crumpler 6MDH, it looks like Amazon will be posting them as a "Lightning Deal" at 12:30PST today (Nov 22.) Don't know what the price will be, but I see multiple colors in the "Upcoming" section.

The deal should be available on this page when it starts: Amazon Black Friday Deals Week (external link)

Note - this appears to be Rev2, it looks like Crumpler has recently re-designed the MDH line again, based on the Amazon product pages. So, this isn't for the original, and isn't the really new version, but the one that's been out the last couple years.

(cross-posted from the Crumpler review thread, hope that's OK. There's also a thread in Market Watch, but I suspect a lot of people don't look there very often.)


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Nov 22, 2012 13:54 |  #5438

Judsonzhao wrote in post #15271276 (external link)
Fantastic! Hope I can travel to Canada sometime in the future..

Only do it if you don't mind moving your whole life! I travelled here in 2010, made te permanent move this year. BC is a beautiful place for a photographer to live, I don't miss England one bit!


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Nov 26, 2012 12:58 |  #5439

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Wow, this thing's still going huh? Here's mine...

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I never realized how bad my 3.3MP Minolta was untill now :confused:

Good bag!!! and IN FLAMES ROCKS DUDE!!! GREAT AVATAR!!!


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Nov 26, 2012 15:35 |  #5440

I seem to have a little collection going. I have a Tamrac Expedition 7x, Lowepro SlingShot 350 AW, ThinkTank retrospective 30 and a Lowpro Pro Trekker 400 AW. To try something different I picked up an Oakley AP Backpack 3.0 http://www.snowboardin​g.com …-Backpack--Mens-Large.jpg (external link) and ordered a Ciesta Flexible partition bag from ebay which is on it’s way http://www.ebay.com …D5%26sd%3D22083​9813276%26 (external link) The slingshot is nice but find that it rubs my neck quite a bit throughout the day sliding it back and forth. The Retrospective is nice if I’m going to be staying in mainly one area but if I’m going to be walking around all day it wears on the shoulder and back pretty quick if I have a decent amount of gear in it. With the backpacks I prefer them the most but it always bugged me a little bit that there wasn’t really room for other stuff like food, jacket and so on so that’s why I’m giving the Oakley backpack and camera inserts a shot.




  
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Nov 27, 2012 06:48 |  #5441

Perfectly Frank wrote in post #15265481 (external link)
I need a bag recommendation for a 1DMkIV, 24-70 f2.8 II and 70-200 f2.8 IS II, no other gear. If it fits the 1DMKIV and 70-200 attached, that's a bonus.

I'm looking for a over the shoulder or sling type bag, no backpack.

In the mean time I'll start reading the many posts here.

Billingham 335?
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Nov 27, 2012 10:24 |  #5442

Got a Think Tank Urban Disguise 60, 30 & Airport TakeOff Rolling Camera Bag.

I also got some kind of Lowepro backpack that I only used one time. Should sell it.


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Nov 27, 2012 11:19 |  #5443

Kata PL-3IN1-35

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Nov 28, 2012 06:41 |  #5444

Billingham Hadley Large?


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Nov 28, 2012 10:35 |  #5445

Rudi wrote in post #15298986 (external link)
Billingham Hadley Large?

Wish I knew more about Canon gear...(wish I had Canon gear!)

Would you be able to carry that in a Billingham Hadley Pro, provided the larger zoom lens wasn't mounted on the camera body?

Or perhaps the Retro 20 from Think Tank?

Or it's country cousin, the LowePro Pro Messenger 180AW? or Pro Messenger 200AW (with the camera and larger lens horizontal in the bag)


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