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Paulstw
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Feb 16, 2015 03:15 |  #1

Hey folks,

I have a right cheap rucksac from Ebay that I used for my 1D3 and 400mm 5.6L last year. That, amongst other things, like a 24-105 and a flash had it full. I'm now after a bag that I can carry these things in.

1D Mark IV with Canon EF 70-200 2.8IS
5D3 with battery grip and 24-105
430Ex flash
13" macbook pro

I'm kind of struggling to cart the two cameras alone and often have to leave my laptop. The strap is failing on me and it's pretty rubbish now. Having the laptop with me is critically important to get images to the desk fast. I have my Peli case for doing sports but that's just far too heavy to cart around so I need a shooting bag.

I did see the Think Tank Hard drive pro one but is there any other recommendations?

Thanks.

Paul




  
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Feb 16, 2015 06:36 |  #2

F Stop. Best I've found for carrying heavy loads of photo equipment mixed with non-photo stuff.


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Feb 16, 2015 08:15 |  #3

Kata but now it's part of Manfrotto.


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Feb 16, 2015 08:58 |  #4

I had a wee bit of bother trying to navigate that f-stop website. Seems to only be hiking bags. I switched off about 3 mins later and left the site. I'll check out Kata thanks.




  
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Feb 16, 2015 19:54 as a reply to  @ Paulstw's post |  #5

Isn't that the kind of bag you're after?


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