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Mar 26, 2015 21:42 |  #6211

Just picked this lowepro 600 up for $200 can't wait to load it up


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Mar 26, 2015 21:57 |  #6212

skagitrat wrote in post #17493441 (external link)
Just picked this lowepro 600 up for $200 can't wait to load it up

GREAT bag. I briefly considered one before eventually settling on the Lowepro Dryzone 200. Yours is slightly larger, but I wanted the waterproof feature. I've regretted it at times--yours is much better for hiking.


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Mar 26, 2015 22:00 as a reply to  @ MOkoFOko's post |  #6213

really didn't want one this big put for the price couldn't pass it up now just need the gear to fill it up


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Mar 26, 2015 22:08 |  #6214

skagitrat wrote in post #17493462 (external link)
really didn't want one this big put for the price couldn't pass it up now just need the gear to fill it up

You'll change your mind when you start carrying around a FF body with a 300 2.8 (or 400DO) + TC attached. Beats carrying heavy equipment at your hip for long treks. I worry about unnecessary jostling in such a scenario. I also have smaller bags for regular use, but I couldn't give up my larger bag--it's GREAT for trips, when I just want to load up everything, whether or not I use any of it. I really have a problem leaving anything behind.


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Mar 28, 2015 02:21 |  #6215

DTBaan wrote in post #17489944 (external link)
I don't really try many bags but from your descriptions this came up in mind.

thinktank urban disguise 60.

http://www.thinktankph​oto.com …urban-disguise-60-v2.aspx (external link)


thank you sir. but i am looking for a backpack one. something like lowepro ProTactic with budget around $100-ish. maybe i am looking the impossible -?




  
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Mar 28, 2015 08:06 |  #6216

Tamrac Expedition 5 bought locally via a posting on POTN here for under $100. More than sufficient for my current needs. The smaller bag works for when I just take the camera and attached lens with room for a spare battery and the charger.

Eventually I want to get an F-Stop Guru or Loka, but I'm happy with this setup for now.

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Mar 28, 2015 14:02 |  #6217

A Tamrac Zuma 7, fully loaded with 2-light Speedlite and Rogue lighting modifiers, Zipshot tripod as light stand, 7D Mark II, 2 lenses, iPad, cables and misc. accessories. A carry-on portable foto studio for remote location shoot I'm doing next week.


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Mar 28, 2015 15:37 |  #6218

Fjallraven Kanken No. 2

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Apr 01, 2015 09:46 |  #6219

my new Think Tank Airport Takeoff

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Apr 01, 2015 16:41 as a reply to  @ white venom's post |  #6220

Which one is that? I'm in desperate need of more space. There are a lot of bags in their Airport takeoff line it looks like.


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Apr 01, 2015 22:02 |  #6221

timlair wrote in post #17501031 (external link)
Which one is that? I'm in desperate need of more space. There are a lot of bags in their Airport takeoff line it looks like.

Its the airport takeoff which is the roller bag that has backpack straps so you can use it as a backpack if needed

http://www.thinktankph​oto.com …ff-roller-camera-bag.aspx (external link)


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Apr 02, 2015 05:04 as a reply to  @ white venom's post |  #6222

I love my meFoto roadtrip! Have you actually taken that on a plane? I brought my Lowepro Flipside 300 on as a carry-on, but I was hesitant to strap the meFoto to the back...just as a size concern.


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Apr 02, 2015 08:38 |  #6223

white venom wrote in post #17500523 (external link)
my new Think Tank Airport Takeoff

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Your foto bag just reminded me. I once had my camera bag involuntarily checked on an airline after I boarded, due to cabin capacity. Only in the last minute of the last foto shoot on the last day of my international visit do I discover that in handling they bent my 35mm f/2L lens, right when I needed it for a candle-lighted set.

Hence, to this day I never carry a lens mounted to camera body -- they are always dismounted, so there can never be torsion or flexing on the lens/body combination. Seeing your 35mm f/2 mounted on the 6D body made me wince in horror.


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Apr 24, 2015 11:02 |  #6224

Lowepro Pro Roller X300

This is sort of my full wedding setup except:
- I remove the 40mm and add 2 small LEDs I use for macro shots in that spot
- remove one of the battery packs (where there are currently 3), put the 135L in that spot
- put that removed battery pack in a pocket on the other side of the suitcase
- pack the 7D2 in the slot (currently holding the 135L) as a backup body / body for the 135L for outdoor good light, high SS portraits

On the other side of the bag I store:
- batteries, flash gels, tools, waterproof flash card holder, etc

I use a Think Tank Pro Speed 2 belt with lots of climbing clips (you will see small orange clips on the battery packs)

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Apr 24, 2015 11:50 |  #6225

Don't lose that bag!!!!


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