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Oct 10, 2015 10:48 |  #1

I want to get a separate case/bag for all of my lighting gear. Currently this includes

4x Yongnuo Speedlights
4x YN-603 Triggers
2x TN-622 Triggers
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I would also like to be able to store my extra rechargeable batteries (probably 16xAA and 8xAAA or something), and of course have a little extra room for extras/room to grow into.

I have a Pelican 1510 case for my main camera gear that I absolutely love. I would love to have a pelican case for the flash stuff as well, but I'm open to all options.

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Oct 10, 2015 11:21 |  #2

davidmtml wrote in post #17740019 (external link)
I want to get a separate case/bag for all of my lighting gear. Currently this includes

4x Yongnuo Speedlights
4x YN-603 Triggers
2x TN-622 Triggers
Dome Diffuser

I would also like to be able to store my extra rechargeable batteries (probably 16xAA and 8xAAA or something), and of course have a little extra room for extras/room to grow into.

I have a Pelican 1510 case for my main camera gear that I absolutely love. I would love to have a pelican case for the flash stuff as well, but I'm open to all options.

Thanks!

I would head over to your local home center. Home depot or Lowes carry a variety of tool boxes in various sizes that can be adapted to the purpose. Unfortunately a real pelican case costs more than the YN flashes inside but you can get 90% of the pelican strength of 20 percent of the cost.




  
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Oct 10, 2015 12:57 |  #3

gonzogolf wrote in post #17740061 (external link)
I would head over to your local home center. Home depot or Lowes carry a variety of tool boxes in various sizes that can be adapted to the purpose. Unfortunately a real pelican case costs more than the YN flashes inside but you can get 90% of the pelican strength of 20 percent of the cost.

That's a great idea. I use Bosch L-Boxx "click and go" boxes for my power tools and accessories, and I know they have those foam type inserts that you can customize to the shape of any tool. The Bosch stuff is sometimes too expensive at my local hardware store so I also watch Amazon for deals. http://www.boschtools.​com …emResults.aspx?​catid=1611 (external link)

I think all of the tool manufacturers have systems like this.


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Oct 10, 2015 14:21 |  #4

Thanks guys, I will look into those.




  
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Oct 10, 2015 14:51 |  #5

I got a 90s Tundra Sea King for $30 shipped off ebay, fantastic quality and weather proof. Very similar to the Pelicans. I don't know how much they sell for new but the used one I got was mint, as a bonus it had an SLR kit that I was able to flip for $120.


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