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ROMEO.XK
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Apr 09, 2010 13:53 |  #226

For those with the foam insert, how much foam do you leave for separation? I have should be receiving the 1510 today.

Also, do you leave the hood backwards while it is on the case?

I plan to fit a griped 7D, canon 70-200 2.8 IS with hood, 24-70 with hood, canon 10-22, 580 II, I might try to fit more if I can, but that is the main thing I want to fit...




  
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Apr 09, 2010 14:58 as a reply to  @ ROMEO.XK's post |  #227

Hope this helps a few people, Pelican 1510 with dividers containing
1D MK111, 500 f4IS and 300 f2.8IS


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Apr 09, 2010 15:25 as a reply to  @ Cobraball's post |  #228

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Apr 11, 2010 04:06 as a reply to  @ Ody's post |  #229

This is my storage case. I have a lid organiser on the way which will store most of the miscellaneous stuff, batteries etc and free up room in the centre for my light stands and umbrellas.
At the moment the misc stuff, spare batteries etc is kept together in 2 x ex Qantas Bus Class amenities cases, this will all go into the lid organiser.
The chargers for cameras and rechargeables are kept together in a mesh sided toiletries bag purchased at Index for about 20 baht. I have a few of these and they come in handy for keeping small stuff together in a big bag when travelling, the mesh lets you see what's inside without having to open it.


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Apr 11, 2010 04:34 |  #230

cpforyou wrote in post #9940211 (external link)
Do you guys think a 1510 would fit the following?

Canon 5D Mark II w/ Grip
Canon 7D w/ Grip
Canon 16-35 L
Canon 24-70 L
Canon 70-200L
Canon 35L
Canon 50L
Canon 85L
Canon 580EX II (x2)
Pocket Wizard TT5 (X3)

barosborough wrote in post #9940791 (external link)
I think you'd be 1 to 2 lenses short of making it happen. If you are thinking these including lens hoods then no way.

Rey wrote in post #9941205 (external link)
All that gear will not fit.

I'll go against the grain and say that you might be able to make that fit with clever organisation. I have the following in my 1510

5D+Grip
5DII+Grip

50L
85L
24-105L
135L
80mm Biometar + Tilt adapter
180mm Sonnar + Tilt Adapter (this lens is a beast)
300mm f/2.8

Set of Extension Tubes
Set of Teleconverters
Lee filter holders + 105mm Polariser + Hood
4x PW Flexes
Plus a whole load of accessories, filters, rings, cables, meters, skyports, e.t.c.

No plastic hoods as all the lenses can use the lee expandable hood.




  
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Apr 11, 2010 13:49 |  #231

Mine has to be the one with the must waisted room, I will add the silica gel from pelican, and maybe the battery charger for the 7D, or I might just get me a smaller pelican case just to carry all of the cables, chargers, filter, etc. The main reason I got this case was to keep the gear as safe as possible while I go off roadding/camping.

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Question: Can the pelican label on the 1510 be removed without leaving mark or damage on the plastic???



  
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Apr 11, 2010 13:52 |  #232

Cobraball wrote in post #9965021 (external link)
Hope this helps a few people, Pelican 1510 with dividers containing 1D MK111, 500 f4IS and 300 f2.8IS

Excuse me while I wipe up my drool. I'd love to own a Pelican 1510 with these things inside!

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Apr 14, 2010 14:24 |  #233

Well, though it's really an off-shoot of this thread, I thought I'd chime in here. I'm a wedding photographer who brings too much gear to every event and wants to get it all into one large rolling case. I'm an inch away from ordering the 1624 w/dividers. One of my last hangups is what to do with the tripod and umbrellas. I only bring the tripod sometimes so that's not so much of an issue. But I use a couple of small 22" umbrellas all the time. Has anyone experimented with attaching something to the outside of the case, not unlike what's on a TT Airport Security? The umbrellas might fit inside on top of the dividers if I lay them diagonally across everything. Doable? And will this make using the lid organizer impossible?


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May 07, 2010 02:08 |  #234

cpforyou wrote in post #9940211 (external link)
Do you guys think a 1510 would fit the following?

Canon 5D Mark II w/ Grip
Canon 7D w/ Grip
Canon 16-35 L
Canon 24-70 L
Canon 70-200L
Canon 35L
Canon 50L
Canon 85L
Canon 580EX II (x2)
Pocket Wizard TT5 (X3)

I just received the 1514 and for kick I loaded up almost all my gears in it.
Tough to fit all that, specially with 2 580's. You can try with some mad organizing skills :)

Not bad for $149 shipped.

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May 07, 2010 09:59 |  #235

4x4rock wrote in post #10137017 (external link)
Not bad for $149 shipped.

Nice price; where from?




  
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May 07, 2010 10:03 |  #236

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Nice price; where from?

From leisurepro.com, price match with B&H and - 5%. If you need more info, shoot me a PM.


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May 08, 2010 10:56 |  #237

Pelican 1520 (1524)

My on location lighting case.
I have an additional 580EX that is always in my primary camera bag. This case is to store and transport my additional off studio lighting equipment.

I am usually carrying it with another case full of brackets, studs, etc... and a few light tripods in a bag.


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May 09, 2010 11:39 |  #238

^^^^ Whoa! Those blue dividers are wild!


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May 09, 2010 14:49 |  #239

ben_r_ wrote in post #10149021 (external link)
^^^^ Whoa! Those blue dividers are wild!

bought them years ago. I'm not sure that at that time there was another color available.


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May 10, 2010 10:49 |  #240

Well here is my Pelican 1614, it works pretty well and helps keep things cold...

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