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Nov 27, 2013 22:01 |  #976

Yup went with the foam for a little extra protection when carrying and transporting my gear. Case came tonight so got bulk of my stuff laid out in it tonight, now just waiting for the 100-400 to get here from canon on friday and look like I should have room for another lens or two at least.

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Dec 05, 2013 13:34 |  #977

BB70Chevelle wrote in post #16485505 (external link)
Still trying to figure out where to fit the lens hood for the 10-22 and it not take up a ton of space or may just end up ordered the lid organizer and putting it up there.

Why not reverse the hood and put it on the lens, then enlarge your opening for the 10-22 slightly? That's how I store my 10-22 in my bag - hood reversed on lens.


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Dec 05, 2013 17:24 as a reply to  @ mike1812's post |  #978

the hood on a 10-22 is so shallow, you could just place it around the hole and the lid will push it down snug.


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Dec 10, 2013 10:51 |  #979

It's not Pelican, but it's Adorama Flashpoint... Just got this for my strobes...

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Dec 12, 2013 15:33 |  #980

TheAnt wrote in post #16516263 (external link)
It's not Pelican, but it's Adorama Flashpoint... Just got this for my strobes...

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It looks like it wouldn't even be able to close with that much sticking up from the top of the foam! That must be a deep lid!


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Dec 14, 2013 07:23 |  #981

gotglade wrote in post #16522444 (external link)
It looks like it wouldn't even be able to close with that much sticking up from the top of the foam! That must be a deep lid!

Super deep lid, I there was so much foam on the lid that I removed about an inch of it.


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Dec 14, 2013 14:56 |  #982

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With the 100-400L and lid organizer on. The hoods for the 10-22 and 100-400 I keep stored in my camera bag to save space in the pelican.

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Jan 13, 2014 04:00 |  #983

Can I get some input from those with experience.

Considering a 1510 but am wondering if I can fit all of the following:

-5D3 Gripped
-5D2 Backup
-135L
-100L
-85L
-50L
-35L
-14L
-600EX-RT
-600EX-RT
-5D3 Charger
-Powerex 801D Charger + Power Supply
-Miscellaneous CF cards, AA cells, 5D3 batteries

I also want a smaller case for when I only need to carry the following, recommendations?:

-5D3 Gripped
-85L
-35L
-600EX-RT
-5D3 Charger
-Powerex 801D Charger + Power Supply
-AA Cells (few sets)
-CF Cards

I don't see any reason to leave the 600EX-RTs in their cases if they can be made to fit snugly?


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Jan 16, 2014 12:08 |  #984

POTOMAN wrote in post #16601198 (external link)
Can I get some input from those with experience.

Considering a 1510 but am wondering if I can fit all of the following:

-5D3 Gripped
-5D2 Backup
-135L
-100L
-85L
-50L
-35L
-14L
-600EX-RT
-600EX-RT
-5D3 Charger
-Powerex 801D Charger + Power Supply
-Miscellaneous CF cards, AA cells, 5D3 batteries

I also want a smaller case for when I only need to carry the following, recommendations?:

-5D3 Gripped
-85L
-35L
-600EX-RT
-5D3 Charger
-Powerex 801D Charger + Power Supply
-AA Cells (few sets)
-CF Cards

I don't see any reason to leave the 600EX-RTs in their cases if they can be made to fit snugly?


Thanks,

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I just got the 1524 which is a little bigger and couldn't fit nearly that much stuff in it. I think you'd need to go with the 156x case to get all that inside.

Here is the 1524 with the following:

  • 5D3 x 2
  • 24-70mm
  • 70-200mm
  • 24mm
  • 85mm
  • 200mm
  • 40mm (used to take the photo, so missing)


I had to do some creative organizing by grouping the lens hoods together and canibalizing some dividers from my 1614 case. In the lid organizer (lower image), I have batteries, charger and cards.


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Jan 18, 2014 14:17 |  #985

Quick question, hopefully somebody can help me out, looking to get a set of Elinchrom D Lite RX 4 strobes soon and would like to have a Pelican case for these lights, would either the 1510 or the newer 1514 work for the pair plus room for some other things? I figure I would have a 1510 for the light and get another 1510 later on for my camera gear when I get more bodies and lenses down the road.

Also if I buy the foam model, but over time decide to get the dividers, can I remove the foam and put in the dividers?


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Feb 20, 2014 13:50 |  #986

Tony_Stark wrote in post #16616121 (external link)
Quick question, hopefully somebody can help me out, looking to get a set of Elinchrom D Lite RX 4 strobes soon and would like to have a Pelican case for these lights, would either the 1510 or the newer 1514 work for the pair plus room for some other things? I figure I would have a 1510 for the light and get another 1510 later on for my camera gear when I get more bodies and lenses down the road.

Also if I buy the foam model, but over time decide to get the dividers, can I remove the foam and put in the dividers?

I think the 1514 would be sufficient enough for two strobe set up and few accessories. I would skip the foam and get the pads, because then you can configure it for strobes or camera/gear. It's just a lot more versatile.

Yes.You can remove the foam easily, it isn't glued down.

Just picked this up couple weeks ago. :)

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Feb 20, 2014 16:40 |  #987

Tony_Stark wrote in post #16616121 (external link)
Quick question, hopefully somebody can help me out, looking to get a set of Elinchrom D Lite RX 4 strobes soon and would like to have a Pelican case for these lights, would either the 1510 or the newer 1514 work for the pair plus room for some other things? I figure I would have a 1510 for the light and get another 1510 later on for my camera gear when I get more bodies and lenses down the road.

Also if I buy the foam model, but over time decide to get the dividers, can I remove the foam and put in the dividers?

Really not related to this topic but did you consider the Godox Witstro 360 AD units?
They have 300W power, have a really durable accu and are smaller. I know you are shooting cars so if you are on location you need an external accu anyway.


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Feb 21, 2014 13:46 |  #988

Bonbridge wrote in post #16704865 (external link)
Really not related to this topic but did you consider the Godox Witstro 360 AD units?
They have 300W power, have a really durable accu and are smaller. I know you are shooting cars so if you are on location you need an external accu anyway.

I did, but the price put me off. Sure the 300W could be good, but Im looking at 400Ws units now (Elinchroms) and just better investment for me, can be used in the future when I upgrade to bigger strobes, better modifier availability/options etc. Portability wont be an issue, power outside will be.


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Feb 25, 2014 06:20 |  #989

Here is mine, funny enough I had this 1610 kicking around for 10 years unused, only now I dusted it off, bought some padded dividers and decided to use it for my kit :)


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Apr 01, 2014 20:03 |  #990

Since I sold off all my canon gear, I wasn't sure if I was going to keep my pelican 1514 case since it's pretty big for X gear. However, I recently downsized my tripod from a 2-series benro tripod to the 1-series and coincidentally it now fits inside perfectly in the case. In addition, it leaves just the right amount of space for all of my other gear. All of the lenses have hoods forward except for the 55-200 which is reversed. My only problem will be finding a place for a 56 in a few months...hopefully :)


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