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Thread started 02 Dec 2007 (Sunday) 13:58
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Laptop/camera gear backpack for 17" Dell XPS

 
DD974
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Dec 02, 2007 13:58 |  #1

I am looking for a large backpack that'll hold a 30D,70-200L,28-135, and room for extra and a Dell 17" XPS laptop, which is large as 17inchers go. I tried the Tenba Gemini but wasn't big enough, especially for the PC and the 30D wouldn't sit up (not deep enough compartment) with battery grip.

Does anyone have any leads? Thanks.


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Dec 02, 2007 21:41 |  #2

Try the Crumpler Karachi Outpost. I have a Dell Lattitude D620 17" laptop, Xti with battery grip, and 28-135 IS attached, Tokina 12-24, 50 1.8, 18-55 kit lens, 70-300 IS, 430EX, laptop charger, plus a ton of cables and extra batteries, cards and chargers including the laptop power cord. I keep everything in it and carry it on a daily basis to work, unfortunately non photography related.


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Dec 02, 2007 21:46 |  #3

I just noticed that there is a recent thread discussing the backpack I wrote about above.
https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=409424


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Dec 02, 2007 22:35 |  #4

which XPS is it? the gen2/1710 are same size but the 1730 is much bigger. When I had my 1710, i never really found a bag I felt comfotrable carrying the laptop in with my gear. Most camera/laptop bags for 17" is designed mainly for macbook pros. Their may be more now I havnt search in a longtime for that combination. But I ended up just carrying the laptop in a 17" slip case seperate from my camera gear.


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Dec 03, 2007 01:23 |  #5

Lowe Pro CumpuRover AW.

I fit my 17" Toshiba Laptop it it with 30D, 24-70,70-200 and acouple of more lenses. That's in the laptop and camera compartments only. Still have room in the upper compartment for a lot more stuff.


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Dec 03, 2007 01:42 |  #6

Tenba ProDigital PB-17C...ive seen it...beautiful bag. Just wish i could afford it.


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Dec 03, 2007 10:28 |  #7

Have you consider the Lowepro CompuTrekker Plus AW Backpack - for Photo Gear and 17" Laptop Computer? (external link) I am thinking of ordering one for myself. Most shops including B&H currently has it with free shipping.


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Dec 03, 2007 15:50 |  #8

Steve Beck wrote in post #4429082 (external link)
which XPS is it? the gen2/1710 are same size but the 1730 is much bigger.

It's a m1710, only about 2 months old, I'd just prefer to not have a separate case when I go on location with it, I have enough gear to carry as is.


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