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Need a Bag to Carry 5D + 70-200 + 15" Laptop

 
Shakenbake158
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Jun 03, 2014 16:03 |  #1

Hey guys, I am searching for some kind of bag, whether it be a backpack or messenger type.

I need the bag to fit a 5D body with a 70-200mm attached, as well as a 15" laptop.
A little bit of extra space wouldn't hurt either.

Does anyone have any suggestions?


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Jun 03, 2014 16:06 |  #2

I use this for that exact setup. Also keep a flash, filters and other stuff in it.

http://www.caselogic.c​om …pack-_-slrc_-_206_-_black (external link)




  
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Jun 03, 2014 16:44 |  #3

Dsully wrote in post #16949408 (external link)
I use this for that exact setup. Also keep a flash, filters and other stuff in it.

http://www.caselogic.c​om …pack-_-slrc_-_206_-_black (external link)

Hmm looks interesting.
I like how you can just pull the camera straight out. The suspensions system looks awesome.


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Jun 03, 2014 19:47 |  #4

Recently purchased this although I own way too many camera bags.

http://goincase.com/sh​op/incase-dslr-pro-pack (external link)


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Jun 04, 2014 10:47 |  #5

daveyboi wrote in post #16949759 (external link)
Recently purchased this although I own way too many camera bags.

http://goincase.com/sh​op/incase-dslr-pro-pack (external link)

This is what i use also but i carry 2 bodies with lenses attached, a flash and two extra lenses.

This bag should be more than enough for what you need. Its not really big, but its not exactli small. The quick access zipper up top is also nice.


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Jun 05, 2014 07:23 |  #6

ThinkTank Streetwalker Hard Drive.
Backpack with straps that disperse weight nicely.
Carrying around a laptop all day with a one strap Messenger style would put a lot of stress on the shoulder. For in and out location shooting it may be fine.
I have both styles for different jobs.
If I could only buy one, Streetwalker Hard Drive.


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Jun 06, 2014 16:30 as a reply to  @ Nick5's post |  #7

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Jun 07, 2014 16:11 |  #8

treck_dialect wrote in post #16951066 (external link)
This is what i use also but i carry 2 bodies with lenses attached, a flash and two extra lenses.

This bag should be more than enough for what you need. Its not really big, but its not exactli small. The quick access zipper up top is also nice.

Does it really hold a 15" MBP comfortably? The image shows what looks like an Air, and stuffing a 15" MBP in it would eat up all the remaining space in the front.

The biggest problem IMO is finding a reasonable sized bag that does hold a 15" laptop comfortably (as opposed to cramming it into a sleeve meant for something smaller). Normally the 15" requirement means the overall size of the bag is pretty big (like the Retrospective 50).




  
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Jun 08, 2014 11:28 |  #9

I have a 13" air but it has plenty of space. Will try to fit a15" MBP when i get a hold of one although by the looks of it, the 15" should fit. The bag is surprisingly big.


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Jun 12, 2014 23:29 |  #10

I have a timbuk2 messenger. Only bag I use anymore. I use it with a 14inch ultra book and carry 1 body w/lens attached. And two other lens and a flash.

http://www.timbuk2.com …ze=8&dwvar_144_​color=6061 (external link)




  
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