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Jethro790
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Sep 11, 2007 07:56 as a reply to  @ post 3876404 |  #856

Here is my Slingshot 100 filled to the gills:

http://www.geoffreyswo​rld.com/XTI%20kit%20la​bled.JPG (external link)

This is everything that is in there: http://www.geoffreyswo​rld.com/XTI%20kit.JPG (external link)

Thats the following:

18-55mm
28-138mm with hood
50mm
75-300mm
XTI with grip
SD450
battery chargers, CF cards, rocket blower, remotes, strap,


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Sep 11, 2007 08:38 |  #857

i just ordered a tamrac system 6 shoulder bag. should be here tomorrow so il post some pics when it gets here :) took me ages to decide...


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Sep 11, 2007 09:51 |  #858

I think I'm going to buy a vertex 100 or 200. Anybody have one?



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Sep 11, 2007 12:15 |  #859

bphillips330 wrote in post #3876257 (external link)
what pack is that. that is something i have been looking for. something quick to hold my 70-200 2.8 while out hiking. can that be attached to a belt?

You should also look at the ever-popular Lowepro 75AW : https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=68658




  
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Sep 11, 2007 19:41 |  #860

Space wrote in post #3876168 (external link)
Haven't received it yet but, it's on the way.

Thanks for posting that - I haven't been paying attention to Think Tank's website lately, so I missed it. Looks like the perfect thing for me! :cool:


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Sep 11, 2007 21:58 |  #861

Poindexter wrote in post #3910607 (external link)
Thanks for posting that - I haven't been paying attention to Think Tank's website lately, so I missed it. Looks like the perfect thing for me! :cool:

I got it today. It's a great addition. Mostly use it for my 30D and the 70-200. When there's no need for the Pro 12.


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Sep 11, 2007 22:51 as a reply to  @ Space's post |  #862

I had these pics on another thread...

Items going into the Domke Super Sachel Messenger Bag:

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After everything is put inside:
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For further review, look up my Domke F-804 bag review... Hhehehheehe...

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Sep 16, 2007 04:22 as a reply to  @ airbutchie's post |  #863

Bag ) Lowepro Slingshot 200AW
1 ) Canon EOS400D w/ Canon EF-S 17-85mm f4-5.6 IS USM
2 ) Canon EF 70-300mm f4-5.6 IS USM
3 ) EF 100mm f2.8 Macro USM
4 ) 580EX II Flash Unit + Sto-Fen Omni Bounce
5 ) Small pouch for Batteries (Holds 12 AAs and 2 Canon Battery Packs for 400D
6 ) 1x SanDisk Extreme III 8GB + 1x SanDisk Ultra II 1GB + 2x SanDisk Ultra II 4GB's + 1x Transcend CompactFlash 1GB
7 ) Binoculars
8 ) Giotto Rocket Blower
9 ) Canon IXUS 750 (P&S)
10 ) EF 50mm f1.8 II AKA "The Nifty 50" in a soft giotto bag
11 ) Giotto Lens Cloth
12 ) Business Cards
13 ) Hoya 67mm C-PL Filter


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Sep 20, 2007 17:34 |  #864

Here are my camera bags. I still need to get a lens case for my 100-400mm and maybe a Lowepro waistbelt.

Lowepro Nova 5 AW

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Sep 20, 2007 19:55 as a reply to  @ rdeguzman's post |  #865

I needed some way of carrying my equipment while walking in Norway, no normal bag would do as I'd be wearing a 120L bergen almost the entire time and I didn't really fancy putting my (46kilo) bag down each time I wanted to change a lens.
So I needed a new option, it didn't need to fit the camera as that would be clipped onto the shoulder straps of the bergen via carabiners and zip ties, after much pondering I decided to build a leg rig to fit my needs, it had to hold;
Tamron 17-50mm
Tamron 11-18mm
Canon 28-135mm IS
Canon 50mm f1.8
Sigma 50-500mm
plus batteries, cards, filters, remote release, blower, lens cloth, hoods
and if possible, 30D + Grip

through playing Airsoft I knew of viper kit (external link), its cheap (for a good reason) and there's a shop just down the road with a full stock of the stuff.
Ended up with,
1x Drop Leg Platform
1x Small Pouch
2x Large Pouch
Came to about £40
The build quality of this stuff is absolute S***e and I had to resew almost every seam.

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Main part straps to leg and belt and is very stable, can 'almost' forget its there while walking, the pouch with the leg rig was on the waist strap of the bergen but could easily go on a belt.
Cannibalised a rain cover from an old backpack which worked fine.
All in all, worked well and didn't affect mobility, even climbed a mountain & glacier wearing the leg rig. :cool:

Ps; Tripod was strapped to the bottom of bergen (now looks awesome because of all the scratches on it) and the head fitted in the belt pouch.

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Sep 21, 2007 06:32 |  #866

Sam442 wrote in post #3974475 (external link)
I needed some way of carrying my equipment while walking in Norway, no normal bag would do as I'd be wearing a 120L bergen almost the entire time and I didn't really fancy putting my (46kilo) bag down each time I wanted to change a lens.
So I needed a new option, it didn't need to fit the camera as that would be clipped onto the shoulder straps of the bergen via carabiners and zip ties, after much pondering I decided to build a leg rig to fit my needs, it had to hold;
Tamron 17-50mm
Tamron 11-18mm
Canon 28-135mm IS
Canon 50mm f1.8
Sigma 50-500mm
plus batteries, cards, filters, remote release, blower, lens cloth, hoods
and if possible, 30D + Grip

through playing Airsoft I knew of viper kit (external link), its cheap (for a good reason) and there's a shop just down the road with a full stock of the stuff.
Ended up with,
1x Drop Leg Platform
1x Small Pouch
2x Large Pouch
Came to about £40
The build quality of this stuff is absolute S***e and I had to resew almost every seam.

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Main part straps to leg and belt and is very stable, can 'almost' forget its there while walking, the pouch with the leg rig was on the waist strap of the bergen but could easily go on a belt.
Cannibalised a rain cover from an old backpack which worked fine.
All in all, worked well and didn't affect mobility, even climbed a mountain & glacier wearing the leg rig. :cool:

Ps; Tripod was strapped to the bottom of bergen (now looks awesome because of all the scratches on it) and the head fitted in the belt pouch.

This is absolutly brilliant.
I'd love to see a photo of you fully packed :D


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Sep 21, 2007 11:37 |  #867

Here is my Domke F-3x.

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Sep 21, 2007 17:47 |  #868

My workhorse bag, Lowepro NOVA 5 AW. Not shown is my Lowepro Compurover AW and Lowepro Slingshot 200 AW.

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Oct 06, 2007 12:29 |  #869

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Oct 07, 2007 14:07 |  #870

There one was one somewhere...


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