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Jul 15, 2013 18:42 |  #16

No only a iPad mini
There is a bigger version of the Ona that fits one

As backpack for the X pro 1. I use the National Geographic Private P5080 Camera Small Backpack. Its fits a iPad and MacBook Air 13 (this one is for traveling)


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Dec 01, 2013 04:51 |  #17

Superdaantje wrote in post #16123363 (external link)
No only a iPad mini
There is a bigger version of the Ona that fits one

I had an iPad mini in my leather Bowery:

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I recently got an iPad Air...without a case it fits nicely landscape...not ideal, but I have no problem walking around like this...

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Apr 09, 2014 04:48 |  #18

I love the Bowery's looks, however impractical the bag is.




  
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Apr 09, 2014 11:59 |  #19

how about the domke f-803?


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Apr 10, 2014 04:02 |  #20

treck_dialect wrote in post #16821484 (external link)
how about the domke f-803?

My old Domke J-803 (ballistic nylon version) was my favorite slim bag for years. Problem with it is that it doesn't have an interior sleeve for the tablet/small laptop. It is fairly thin so putting 3rd party inserts doesn't work too well.

I wouldn't use the outer back pocket to hold a laptop. It is also a bit big for a small setup.

I'm currently using it to hold three Fuji-X lens, two bodies, plus the X100s. No tablet or 11" laptop.


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Apr 11, 2014 21:52 |  #21

InCase point and shoot field bag would be too tight for X100S, let alone fit that camera along with an iPad. It's zippers as well are not up to the task. They get hung up and require two hands to pull closed.

I like a bag to have some spaciousness. Better to have space for when you need it, rather than need it and not have it. Besides, with gear churn that takes place, it could save someone from closeting the bag for another, larger bag. I recall getting the WCL-X100 and how that threw my bag setup into a tizzy.




  
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