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Feb 05, 2014 01:55 as a reply to  @ post 16655302 |  #31

I didn't see a requirement by the OP for the amount of gear, but the Lowepro Vertex 300 AW has room for a lot of gear if necessary. My gear is pictured below.


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May 13, 2014 21:49 |  #32

Hands down, Think Tank Photo Streetwalker!


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May 15, 2014 15:50 |  #33

Mind Shift's Rotation 180. It allows you to access 50% of the space without removing the pack. It's a knockoff of ThinkTank's Rotation 360 which is my favorite pack of all time.

The 180 has some update features, such as space for a Camelback. The Pro model has a number of useful bells and whistles and is pricey, but the functionality is beyond any pack of its kind and size. It will hold a moderate amount of gear, which is fine, as for me, the larger packs only make you carry more equipment. That limits how much you want to wear the pack.


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May 15, 2014 18:25 |  #34

Love my Lowepro Pro Trekker 400 AW



  
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May 16, 2014 08:22 |  #35

I never wear it, but it holds all my gear except studio lighting. Tamrac 787. I found an excellent used one on Ebay for $100 ($440 new, online retail). I keep 2 gripped bodies, 4 lenses, 2 AA Chargers, 2 Canon Chargers, Meter, ND and PL Filters, 16 Canon batteries, 16 AA batteries, 2 Flashes, and all USB cords I will ever use, 3 Triggers, etc. I got 4 Cloth Pencil Cases from 5 Below and organize my small parts in them and they stay in the outside compartments. It still only weighs about 35#. It really helped me get organized!


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May 16, 2014 08:29 |  #36

I have the Amazon Basic camera backpack. It works for my needs, kinda running out space now lol.


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May 16, 2014 10:28 |  #37

Gura Gear Bataflae 32L and F-Stop Loka. Both hold a lot and are comfortable with heavy (30+ lb) loads




  
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May 16, 2014 11:53 |  #38

I've owned a few different sized backpacks and I'd say my F-Stop Guru is my favorite. The build quality on it is very good and I like that it leaves room for taking none photography related things as well and that you can change the ICU to match your needs for that trip. I also find it to be more comfortable to wear then others. The only bad thing I could say about F-stop is they are very pricy but, worth it now that I've owned and wore one. I also have a lowepro flipside sport 10L & 20L both are nice bags also, I just like the guru better.


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May 16, 2014 12:34 |  #39

I love the secure feeling of the Lowepro Flipside series.


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May 16, 2014 13:13 |  #40

f-stop guru

flipside 15L is my second favorite


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May 16, 2014 13:58 as a reply to  @ post 16655302 |  #41

The F-Stop Guru looks fantastic! The internal options are :grin:

Back in Feb we were in Hawaii and I slung the Crumpler 5 Mil. Access to gear wasn't a problem but a side slung bag hoofing in town and along the beaches 6-8 hours wasn't conductive. I'm one of these skinny types so even though the gear package wasn't "heavy" I'm not up for that unbalanced carry.




  
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May 16, 2014 21:00 |  #42

ra40 wrote in post #16909110 (external link)
The F-Stop Guru looks fantastic! The internal options are :grin:

It is :)


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May 16, 2014 21:16 |  #43

Kata Mini-Bee 111 UL. Very versatile.




  
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