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Feb 26, 2018 21:49 |  #6466

An old scan of an old image... I used this LowePro Phototrekker with my film camera. Every time I opened it, my cat Boston would try to make sure I didn't go anywhere without him. This bag held my 24, 50, 100 macro, and 100-300, plus filters, film, batteries. The bag was missing water bottle pockets on the sides and a waistbelt to help keep a load off the shoulders. It was too shallow for my dSLR when I moved away from film.


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Feb 27, 2018 03:06 |  #6467

TENBA Messenger DNA 15

Held my cropped sensor body with grip, one standard lens (Sigma 18-35mm), one UWA (Canon 10-18mm), accessories (ThinkTank Speed Changer), surface pro 4, and one water bottle with some space left....


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Apr 29, 2018 21:26 |  #6468

[QUOTE=wyattp;17990523​]Hey everyone. Looking for some help. I am in search of a backpack that will hold all my stuff. Here is what I have
Gripped 7D2
Gripped 7D (Someday to be replaced by Gripped FF)
100-400 L (will someday replace with VII)
70-200 2.8L IS II
17-55 2.8 IS
10-22
50 1.4
40 2.8
24 2.8
70-300 IS (this doesn't go with me often but sometimes my wife uses it with her XTi)
XTi with 18-135 (someday to be replaced with another similar body)
580 EX
430 EX
1.4x (x2)
Plus all the misc. batteries, cards, filters, chargers etc.

I do have a couple of messenger type bags to use when I don't take it all but don't have one bag to put it all into the car to
travel with.

Any help?

The Kata BP 502 caught my eye but can't find much on it.

I use the Think Tank Streetwalker Pro, put in: Gripped 7D2, Gripped 5D4, 70-200 2.8 II, 100-400 II, 24-105 f4, 580 EXII , 50mm 1.4 and 16-35mm, with Batts, chargers and remotes




  
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Jun 12, 2018 18:50 as a reply to  @ post 18572526 |  #6469

Thanks for the pic, I've had a hard time seeing what this thing looks like with actual gear in it - their marketing department needs to get on the ball. I'm hoping to get this pack for a Sony A7 iii + 100-400. Your fit looks tight, but do-able. What are your thoughts on it (I'm guessing the 100-400 is about the same length WITH hood on as your dreamboat lens is with it reversed)? Think it'd still fit with a 1.4 TC, too? I'm torn between this and the Lowepro flipside 300. I'd only be packing the above + 1-2 short primes.




  
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