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SMP_Homer
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Aug 20, 2008 13:04 |  #1726

Sometimes I think this thread should be renamed to "Show us your toes"

RichardHeezen wrote in post #6125387 (external link)
This is my Domke F1X little bit bigger and all the stuff i'm lugging around at the moment.
I'm going to expand with a Canon 5D to replace the 20D, a 24-70 2.8 or 24-105 4.0 to go with that, and perhaps, if my wallet agrees a Canon or Sigma Fisheye and an extra/backup 420/430 EX Speedlite.

1.calender, notebook, pens, marker and reversible flathead/phillips screwdriver
2.Canon Anglefinder A (it fits, just flips your image;))
3.small clamps and black electrical tape
4.spare batteries for camera and Speedlite
5.business cards
6.gum
7.Canon 450D (digi. rebel XSi) with 17-40 4.0L USM attached aswel as a Canon GR-70 grip with a hand strap attached (originally made for the 1000f film camera)
8.Domke F1X little bit bigger
9.Canon 20D with 70-200 4.0L USM attached
10.cables in an Eastpak pencil baggie
11.Canon Speedlite 580EX with omnibounce attached
12.dustrocket
13.spare Sandisk SD and CF memorycards
14.chargers
15.LED flashlight
16.lenscloth
17.kitlens Canon 18-55 IS USM
18.Samsung Digimax L80 in Domke F903 compact camera case
19.The North Face GoreTex jacket and cap (jacket goes in the large back pocket of the bag
20.barefoot photographer

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Aug 20, 2008 19:32 as a reply to  @ post 241711 |  #1727

lol that walmart bag has made me day!!! ahahahahahaa



  
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Aug 21, 2008 17:54 as a reply to  @ samurairx7's post |  #1728

While it's not everything it's mainly what I grab and run out the door with. Some sort of LowePro knockoff I got on eBay with a CF monopod for $50. Filters, remote, spare BP-511s' and other bits in the lid and outer lid pockets along with the R-strap and a few mags in the laptop sleeve.


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Aug 31, 2008 22:17 |  #1729

Here's my Micro Trekker.

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Sep 25, 2008 12:27 |  #1730

I have looked thru about 50-60 pages now and havent quite seen what I am looking for. Which is a messenger style bag (so it doesnt look like a camera bag) and something that will hold the MK2 with either the 17-40 or the 70-200 f4 mounted on it. Loaded top down if possible and is a reasonable price for a simple bag, < $100 or so.


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Sep 25, 2008 13:16 |  #1731

tmerrick wrote in post #6379262 (external link)
I have looked thru about 50-60 pages now and havent quite seen what I am looking for. Which is a messenger style bag (so it doesnt look like a camera bag) and something that will hold the MK2 with either the 17-40 or the 70-200 f4 mounted on it. Loaded top down if possible and is a reasonable price for a simple bag, < $100 or so.

Have a look at Thinktank Urban Disguise 35 (external link) and don't look back. Perfect quality.


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Sep 25, 2008 16:37 |  #1732

olz wrote in post #6379503 (external link)
Have a look at Thinktank Urban Disguise 35 (external link) and don't look back. Perfect quality.

Dont understand the concept of those bags, If they dont look like a camera bag what do they look like? In this case a laptop bag..... dont they get stolen?


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Sep 25, 2008 16:41 |  #1733

SHHH!!! They haven't caught on to that yet. Purses don't look like camera bags, most camera bags do look like camera bags though because...they are camera bags.

Aniwho, there are plenty of options like that in here. Have you check on Domke's or cambags.com?


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Sep 25, 2008 17:04 |  #1734

NSWESP wrote in post #6380579 (external link)
Dont understand the concept of those bags, If they dont look like a camera bag what do they look like? In this case a laptop bag..... dont they get stolen?

Okay - then get one of these--> link <-- (external link)

Any bag will be the target of thieves. That's where people keep their valuables...


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Sep 25, 2008 17:11 |  #1735

Depends...textbooks are...valuable in a way. ;)

But something more casual may look like a picnic bag or day bag with cards you can canceled opposed to camera/laptop/other electronic equipment that is just stolen and theirs. Can't cancel that. I carried in this to a baseball game, the lady had no clue why I had it (stared at me questionably) and then said, good idea.

https://photography-on-the.net …p?p=4900032&pos​tcount=129

Was a great bag, just wouldn't hold my 70-200 attached to my camera.


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Sep 26, 2008 08:22 |  #1736

I almost forgot about this thread..... I've picked up a bit more gear over the last little while and I need a bigger bad... There are so many here to look at and pick from... Thanks for sharing everyone!!


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Sep 26, 2008 09:36 as a reply to  @ Kiddo's post |  #1737

My fully packed Tamrac Expedition 7.

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Oct 08, 2008 21:43 |  #1738

wow, found this thread on page 8.... So sad....
Just thought I would wake everyone up :)


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Oct 08, 2008 23:09 |  #1739

tadrscin wrote in post #6384670 (external link)
My fully packed Tamrac Expedition 7.

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:) THis is my NEW NEW Bag....


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Oct 09, 2008 11:24 as a reply to  @ canonnoob's post |  #1740

My new Flipside 400 AW - this one has quite a lot of space, I still have plenty of space for much more. This pic, I didn't even try to squeeze all the space out of it, simply throw things in at random for this thread :p


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