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Feb 01, 2010 20:34 |  #1

I own a Crumpler 6 MDH, and I know that when you say 5D you need something big, then on top of that a brick, so I'm sure it can't be to small, but something a little bit easier to carry just the camera and lens. Help would be greatly appreciated.


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Feb 01, 2010 21:17 |  #2

I have the Domke F5XB (I think), and it fits the 5D with 24-70 with hood reversed exactly. You may sneak in a 430 somehow, but I never do. The neck strap takes the extra room. It's the perfect fit. I've recommended this bag to more than 5 people who say it is perfect for just that combo.

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Feb 01, 2010 22:32 |  #3

Domke F-5XB fits that perfectly! Just enough that you can "put it away" without it getting in the way.

A Think Tank holster will also work great, but it really looks like a camera case. :confused:

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Feb 01, 2010 22:58 |  #4

just keep using the bag....


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Feb 02, 2010 01:15 |  #5

I've played with these in the store, but I don't own one.

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This looks like the right one for a 24-70.

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Feb 02, 2010 01:57 |  #6

I just might have to get that domke


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Feb 02, 2010 02:37 |  #7

Ya, I gotta say the domke looks pretty good for what I got without looking like a camera bag. Thanks a bunch.


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Feb 02, 2010 02:48 |  #8

Yep, another vote for the Domke. I love my F-5, it is my incognito bag or my vacation bag.




  
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Feb 02, 2010 07:11 |  #9

The blue is very nice. It looks very small, like whatever is inside isn't that substantial. Then you take out the 5D2 with 24-70, and people give you a big stare. Like, "How did you fit all that in the bag?" It's great.


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Feb 02, 2010 07:27 as a reply to  @ SuzyView's post |  #10

I carry my 5D w. lens and a 580EX II w. OC cord in the ever-so-slightly bigger Domke F-5XC. Love it. My review here: https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=675586

I have a F-1X too and I have a sneaking suspicion that the F-808 will find it's way here soon. Domke bags are AWESOME! I love the way they just follow the contours of your body instead of bouncing all over the place like those stiff LowePro and Kata bags.


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