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Jul 14, 2007 03:59 |  #781

danpass wrote in post #3537370 (external link)
Just got this yesterday, $40.65, delivered, from Amazon

Canon 200EG.

There are two side pockets as well, one on each side. I have a CF card wallet and business cards in one and the other is empty right now.

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looks nice empty. I have the same bag and its tight with the xt w/grip, 70-200,24-105 L and 12-24. Very hard to zipper up and keep closed. Uncomfortable to carry around too for long walks.


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Jul 17, 2007 20:32 as a reply to  @ 2005GLI's post |  #782

I have a Tamrac Pro 9 (also called Cyberpack 9) that also holds a laptop in the rear compartment. It is a great bag. All the gear listed in my signature (except the Vivitars) fits in it. [Edit: I have since received a 2nd camera body. I do not carry both in the bag.] There are also several other large compartments in front. I am only showing the main compartment. The bag has a sternum strap and a waist/hip belt to help distribute the weight. I think it weighs about 20 lbs with everything in it.

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The Sigma 500 Super flash is shown here, but it covers the nifty fifty.

The 300D camera has a grip on it.

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The flash is removed so you can see the nifty fifty

A Sigma 1.4x TC is under the Canon 10-22 lens

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In addition to this junk, I also carry lots of batteries, a charger, some CF cards, filters, and so on.

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Jul 20, 2007 03:40 |  #783

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Jul 20, 2007 03:55 |  #784

Here's mine, very compact. Sorry about the quality of the pic, it came from a PDA phone. A friend borrowed my P&S. :(

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Items: Rebel XTI /w 28-135mm IS attached, 50mm f/1.8, 70-200 f4l IS. Front pocket has charger, memory cards.

I am thinking about a bigger bag tho, possibly SS200.

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Jul 20, 2007 04:11 |  #785

danpass wrote in post #3537370 (external link)
Just got this yesterday, $40.65, delivered, from Amazon

Canon 200EG.

There are two side pockets as well, one on each side. I have a CF card wallet and business cards in one and the other is empty right now.

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I pried those canon labels off mine soon as I got it. Might as well say "steal me"


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Jul 20, 2007 04:25 |  #786

My first bag... Crumpler 6MDH:

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Jul 20, 2007 17:43 as a reply to  @ sh0ebox's post |  #787

Domke F-5XB

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Jul 20, 2007 17:44 |  #788

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Jul 20, 2007 17:44 |  #789

Crumpler Customary Barge

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Jul 25, 2007 00:59 |  #790

Maybe I missed it .. but what bag is This?

vondo wrote in post #2997681 (external link)
I needed a carryon for all my gear for an upcoming safari. I haven't seen anyone else show this bag, so here it is with my gear. It's still carryon size and is great.

Two pictures. First one is first layer of packing. All my lenses, two bodies, a wide angle hood, and a pair of binoculars:

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Second shot is what's packed on top of that layer and includes a 40 GB Wolverine, more hoods, filters, and a 430EX:

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So if you're keeping track, 2 bodies, 6 lenses, a flash, a pair of binos, hoods and still empty space. Finally configuration will swap out the kit lens with a 100mm f/2 and add in a 20D, I think. Add in chargers and such. This bag also has a little external pocket to support a tripod or monopod lashed to the side, 3 large pockets for flash media and such that fully cover the camera/lens area, an external pocket that could hold a laptop in a padded envelope, and an attachable day pack. Plenty of attachment points and a decent harness with buckles. It's not up to my Lowe Alpine backpack standards, but probably as good as your average Jansport.

Total cost (w/ shipping) on e-Bay: $44.




  
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Jul 25, 2007 13:44 |  #791

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NOICE!

Great stealth bag. Who the hell would know, eh?


Lotsa stuff, running outta room and a wife...I keep looking at her and wondering??? :lol:

  
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Jul 29, 2007 17:43 |  #792

danpass wrote in post #3537370 (external link)
Just got this yesterday, $40.65, delivered, from Amazon

Canon 200EG.

There are two side pockets as well, one on each side. I have a CF card wallet and business cards in one and the other is empty right now.

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I also have had this back pack for nearly 2 years now and it has taken a tremendous amount of abuse and still is in fine condition. Even for a low price, it is top quality.


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Jul 29, 2007 18:15 |  #793

I ordered that same canon backpack and it works great. i can fit my 300mm f2.8, 400mm f5.6 and my 80-200mm f2.8 in it with my 2X and my 17mm wide!

darn thing too heavy to carry , but if all fits!!

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Jul 29, 2007 18:28 |  #794

b1gdaddy wrote in post #941693 (external link)
Saw the thread title..........was going to post a pic of my mother in law! :p

The OP didn't say OLD bags fella! ;)

I have the Tamrac 552 on order, just bought it on eBay for the best price by far that I cold find anywhere! A real deal if anyone is looking for that bag or any other bag, check eBay first, with the guy from Florida who has thousands of positive feedbacks. I think I saved about $40 plus the free shipping, so maybe saved $60+.

I'll snap a few pics when I fill it up if you are still interested OP.

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Jul 29, 2007 18:36 as a reply to  @ joegolf68's post |  #795

Speaking of bags.......

I'm out of room in my Lowepro AW5

Any suggestions for a backpack thats fool proof other words added measures to prevent it from unzipping itself and spilling the equipment on the ground.

This is what I have to go in one

Xti w/17-55IS w/hood & Grip
30D w/10-22 w/hood & Grip
50 1.4 w/hood
100 f/2.8 w/hood
100-400 macro
580 flash
Kenko 1.4x TC
various CF cards and battereis with charger for both cameras CPL filters and just the norm misc camera stuff.

I'll also note I'll be adding a 70-200 f/2.8L IS as well to my outfit in the future


James
1DMKIII, 1DsMKIII, 17-40L, 24-70L[COLOR=black], 135[COLOR=red]L, 70-200 f/2.8L IS,200L, 300 f/4L IS, 400 5.6L, 600L, 85 f/1.8, 100 macro, Sigma 50mm f/1.4 HSM, Sigma 85mm 1.4 HSM, 1.4xII + extension tubes, MPe65

  
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