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Dec 04, 2009 15:14 |  #2596
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pwm2 wrote in post #9135494 (external link)
The 100L is missing, and no TS-E so there is always room for improvement :)

Sorry, I didn't post the pick of the second Fancier bag of lenses. :lol::lol: kidding.

I only want a couple more: 200 f/2 and 14L II. Maybe a macro. I'm looking forward to the MK IV most of all. A MK IV with a 200 f2 and the 5D MKII with the 35L. The rest will collect dust.


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Dec 11, 2009 12:52 |  #2597

here is my bag (it's taken with iPhone, sorry for quality)

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Dec 11, 2009 22:14 as a reply to  @ post 9135748 |  #2598

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Dec 12, 2009 08:23 |  #2599

That last one just a normal ipod sock?




  
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Dec 12, 2009 08:31 as a reply to  @ Venno's post |  #2600

yes it is.


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Dec 12, 2009 10:06 |  #2601

Thought so.

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They really are good covers/cases.



  
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Dec 14, 2009 22:17 |  #2602

I've been using a Lowepro Flipside 200 and 300 together for a while now. I've been tired of lugging around 2 bags also. So this will be my setup until I buy a Pelican 1614. I'm going to order the Pelican this week.

Calumet rolling photo suitcase. I had to give up my 40D and my 10-22 for this setup. I'm definitely looking forward to getting the Pelican and I'll still bring the Flipside 300 with me for hiking trips.

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Dec 15, 2009 06:41 |  #2603

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Crumpler 7MDH 2009 version for SG$100 / US$72 and almost never ever used before! Guy got it for his GF who didn't use it, and he then sold it to me for cheap! Woohoo! Happy Bday to me!

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Dec 15, 2009 17:19 |  #2604

nice set up...I will look into this bag.
Thanks...KEN

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Don't know how I'm going to fit a 40D and another lens in there in the future :P

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Dec 16, 2009 15:26 |  #2606

Finally a PROPER bag.

The Crumpler 8 Million Dollar Home.

I swear. I'm the ONLY one with this bag on this forum. Searching everywhere for someone who owns it, just can't find anything.
I couldn't decide between the 7 or the 8. I wanted the option to store my body + 70-200 attached, didn't know if the 7 could take it.

Review coming soon.
This is just a teaser. This bag is BIG.
Teaser because I'm going on vacation tomorrow, with this huge thing.

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It FITS a 70-200 F/2.8 WITH hood on, IN the bag.

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Dec 16, 2009 15:58 |  #2607

kay188 wrote in post #9210856 (external link)
Finally a PROPER bag.

The Crumpler 8 Million Dollar Home.

I swear. I'm the ONLY one with this bag on this forum. Searching everywhere for someone who owns it, just can't find anything.
I couldn't decide between the 7 or the 8. I wanted the option to store my body + 70-200 attached, didn't know if the 7 could take it.

Review coming soon.
This is just a teaser. This bag is BIG.
Teaser because I'm going on vacation tomorrow, with this huge thing.

It FITS a 70-200 F/2.8 WITH hood on, IN the bag.

I have it. I think I was the first on the forum. Mine is brown with blue interior. No pics of it though. It definitely is tall. I got this and sold my 7MDH because it didn't close right with the 70-200 mounted. Now I don't have my 70-200 anymore and the 8MDH is overkill. Although still big, I think I like the 7MDH more. I walked all over Italy with it and had no problem with it. I think this bag might get to me. But if you want to carry just about everything, this is the bag for it. I no longer carry my zooms, so this isn't necessary for me anymore.


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Dec 16, 2009 16:05 |  #2608

imtrashed wrote in post #9211059 (external link)
I have it. I think I was the first on the forum. Mine is brown with blue interior. No pics of it though. It definitely is tall. I got this and sold my 7MDH because it didn't close right with the 70-200 mounted. Now I don't have my 70-200 anymore and the 8MDH is overkill. Although still big, I think I like the 7MDH more. I walked all over Italy with it and had no problem with it. I think this bag might get to me. But if you want to carry just about everything, this is the bag for it. I no longer carry my zooms, so this isn't necessary for me anymore.

Hahaha. Well no one posted that they have the 8MDH! Thanks for your input. It's was what I'm looking for all along.
This bag can certainly carry everything, if you configure right.
The 7MDH doesn't close right mounted eh?

I do agree that this bag might be overkill beucase of it's size compared to the lighter 7MDH.
I can actually feel the weight of the bag alone, compared to the light 7MDH.

I might just make 2/3 camera stuff, and 1/3 for literally a bag.


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Dec 17, 2009 10:34 |  #2609

Does the 8MDH hold a 17" laptop?




  
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Dec 17, 2009 10:41 |  #2610

ChrisMc73 wrote in post #9215803 (external link)
Does the 8MDH hold a 17" laptop?

I don't have a 17" laptop, but I don't think it would fit. I can try my 15" laptop tonight, if I remember. It does have inserts that allow you to make it a laptop/photo bag, but I've never tried to fit one. I'll report back.


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