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bag for interfit ex150 mk2 lights?

 
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Feb 18, 2010 08:48 |  #1

Ages ago, I got the Interfit EX150 Mk2 kit. I'm really happy with the lights, but needed to buy a bag. I bought the Interfit INT434 (I think) recommended bag, but it doesn't have any dividers, and I'm not so happy with it, as everything will just bang together - can anyone suggest a bag that will take it?

Two small heads, + reflectors + power leads, + pc sync lead + 2 stands + 2 brollies.

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Feb 18, 2010 22:28 |  #2

That's wierd. I figured it was the same bag, or similar to was included in my EX150 mark II 3-head kit. It has multiple dividers for the heads/reflectors and a false *floor* for the light stands, umbrellas, etc. I even stuff an extension cord or two, my light meter, and an extra softbox in mine. It feels like pretty good quality. Maybe check and see if they sell the bag from the 3-head kit separately. Its a lot nicer than the one you describe.

Maybe they forgot the dividers? Does yours have wheels or not? Mine doesn't, but it looks like they make a couple of different ones. I can snap a few photos of mine if you'd like, and I'll see if it has a part # when I get home.


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Feb 19, 2010 01:46 |  #3

Thanks Josh - I'll check it out. I phoned up the company I bought the bag from, who spoke to Interfit to confirm the bag wasn't meant to come with dividers. I'll check out the bag for the 3 head kit though :).


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Feb 19, 2010 02:23 |  #4

Hmm.. my EXD200 bag came with dividers...


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