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Nov 24, 2017 09:40 as a reply to  @ post 18503176 |  #6016

I agree. I’d never pay full price. I did find one on eBay, ever so slightly used (looked new), for $150. That price I can swallow. The seller had it listed as the
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Nov 24, 2017 11:05 |  #6017

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Nov 24, 2017 11:08 as a reply to  @ PLLphotography's post |  #6018

I paid full price[Ish] for my leather Bowery, worth every hundreds of euro is was. It's my go everywhere camera bag that looks great when I'm meeting clients and working with my also overpriced Holdfast leather camera strap, in my very overpriced suit and shoes. I had the canvas one first but returned it the next day as it attracted dust faster than a doughnut does Homer.


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Nov 24, 2017 11:40 |  #6019

Great . A link was posted ... now I want one :-x
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Nov 24, 2017 14:46 as a reply to  @ Two Hot Shoes's post |  #6020

Don't get me wrong. I love the Ona Brixton, but when a bag approaches the cost of a lens, I have to take a step back and really think it over. At the price I got mine, I didn’t have to think, but if I was looking for one at regular prices, I’d have to really want it. The sale currently has it around $120 cheaper than normal, so that’s a pretty good sale, but I’d still hink it over...just maybe not as much. ;)


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Nov 24, 2017 14:51 |  #6021

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Great . A link was posted ... now I want one :-x
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Lol. Her s a pic to further tempt you :D

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Nov 24, 2017 15:32 |  #6022

Speaking of bags, what is everyone using for their Fuji kit? I just got a x-t2 and I'm thinking either a Domke F5xb, but I believe Think Tank has a bag similiar to that as well. I'm probably going to carry the body, and maybe 2-3 lenses max one of which will be on the body.


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Nov 24, 2017 15:53 |  #6023

I'm of course eyeballing a new bag, looking at a messenger style as I already have a backpack. But for now I think I'll just use a Lowepro Flipside 400 AW backpack. It will fit the entire kit, flash and a 2nd camera at these Fuji sizes with room to spare. It doubles to hold my 1D with 150-600 or 300L attached if I wanted to go that route.

But I'm of course thinking of a nice leather messenger bag for the Fuji kit. Those Ona are nice. But way too costly.

For the $100~150 range, I'm really starting to consider the ThinkTank Retrospective Leather 30 (external link) (the 5 & 7 are also on Amazon for $150 or less)

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Nov 24, 2017 15:54 as a reply to  @ jcothron's post |  #6024

Tenba Messenger DNA 11. It fits my X-t2, X-Pro2 (both with lenses attached), 50-140 and a flash. Room for even more. This is the best bag I’ve ever owned. Oozes quality.


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Nov 24, 2017 16:00 |  #6025

Those are two I haven't looked at I will have to check them out. I also just looked at a Peak Design Sling (5L) that supposedly works real well for the Fuji kit according to the reviews I read. I have far more bags than I need (anyone want to buy a Billingham 445?) I'm trying to keep this system (and bag) relatively inexpensive and small. ONA is nice, but I don't want to invest that in it.

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Nov 24, 2017 16:10 |  #6026

Seems like everytime i thi nk im done for a while I realize how much more there is..:lol:

I just got the 400 flipside as well.. which is great when im taking alot of gear with me


But I want sometjing just big enough for the 23 attached to xt2 , 50mm and the tt350.

Prefer Messenger type But i think that OnA leather bag would be too big for that


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Nov 24, 2017 16:13 |  #6027

rantercsr wrote in post #18503406 (external link)
Seems like everytime i thi nk im done for a while I realize how much more there is..:lol:

I just got the 400 flipside as well.. which is great when im taking alot of gear with me


But I want sometjing just big enough for the 23 attached to xt2 , 50mm and the tt350.

Prefer Messenger type But i think that OnA leather bag would be too big for that

I just looked at the retrospective leather 5, that is a nice looking bag. That's about the size I'm looking for too.


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Nov 24, 2017 17:13 |  #6028

Day to day, meetings, weddings etc.. Ona Bowery
Fuji gear over fills a Pelican 1514 nicely. Modded wheels make a big difference.
Lighting and odd bits go in a ThinkTank Airport Security
Lighting modifiers and stands go into a drummer rollerbag, Still working on the C-Stand solution.
For one bag travel, if I have to go on a small aircraft, I fill a LowePro Urban reporter 250 that my camera store did for €29 :-D Can fit a good amount of Fuji gear in there as well as my 15" retina mbp.
For backpack I have a LowePro Pro Runner 350.


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Nov 24, 2017 19:42 |  #6029

Before I got the Ona, I also had an undefined one bag 13. It’s roughly the size of the brixton, maybe a little smaller.

I used to carry my XPro2 with 35/2 attached. 23 and 56 stacked on one side, and my 90 on the other side. Plus the usual extras; lens cloths, wipes, business cards, lens on, etc.

I also own a National Geographic African series backpack for when I stupidly decide I need to carry more stuff..


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Nov 24, 2017 19:47 |  #6030

I wonder if this Think Tank Retrospective Leather 30 (external link) would hold:

X-T1 (with a lens maybe attached, or not, I don't mind either way)
X100S
Rok 16 F2
Rok 21 F1.4
Rok 50 F1.2
Rok 85 F1.4
Flashpoint R2 TTL Speedlite
Other odds and ends, but small

Looking for a comfortable way to tote around those lenses, they're not big, they're quite small.

Anyone have this bag?

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