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backpack for 5dmk3 & 70-200mk2

 
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Nov 19, 2014 02:26 |  #1

i am after a bag which will take this combo in a top loading configuration - i don’t require the bag to take anything else so want something small and compact as i can get. any suggestions


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Calzor ­ Suzay
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Nov 19, 2014 04:46 |  #2

Backpacks don't tend to come up very small when I was looking, I think they need a bit of stability across your back rather than just holding a body and lens. They tend to be 'holsters' that you can maybe use over your shoulder.

I have a Lowepro Flipside Sport 10L AW which was one of the smallest I could find but it still holds a 5D MKIII, 70-200 mk2 (Not with hood out), Tamron 24-70 and a flash all jammed in but I wanted to carry that lot whilst snowboarding, it's not a top loader but the design allows you to spin it round whilst still on your waist and get to it all.

Slightly different needs but it might help :)




  
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Nov 19, 2014 05:45 |  #3

can be used as a back pack and will hold nothing but what you want it too out side of a few very small accessories

http://www.kgear.com …x-large-holster-case.html (external link)




  
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Nov 19, 2014 07:11 |  #4

Look up the Flipside 200. I bought it for the same combo. It fits a 2x extender and a 40mm pancake in with it. Hood must be flipped and its a tight fit, but I believe this is what your looking for. I am about to leave for work so if you would like me to take a picture of the fit let me know. I can do it later after work.

Frank


http://www.amazon.com …8-1&keywords=flipside+20​0 (external link)


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Nov 20, 2014 08:47 |  #5

thank you all will look these up.


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