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Apr 28, 2012 01:19 |  #1

This might be better posted here than in the accessories and storage forum
I am looking for a case to transport my Tascam DR-100mkII, 2x Zoom H1s, dslr mic, studio headphones and various cables.
I bought THIS (external link), but it wasnt quite big enough.
Do you guys have any suggestions?


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Apr 29, 2012 03:55 |  #2

I can't see what THIS is but am given to wonder if you just want a bigger version on THIS?

I'm a great lover of Lowepro S&F gear. They do a great selection of bags and pouches which you can hook together. I tend to carry my main camera gear in one bag and Audio, lighting, stobes, charger etc in separate bags which I can attach as the need arises. I haven't yet resorted to the Special Opps style vest but might invest (see what I did there) for this summers round of shooting.


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Apr 29, 2012 05:35 |  #3

If PortaBrace doesn't have a solution for you, then there's no solution...

http://www.portabrace.​com/ (external link)


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Apr 29, 2012 14:48 |  #4

ChadAndreo wrote in post #14342408 (external link)
I am looking for a case to transport my Tascam DR-100mkII, 2x Zoom H1s, dslr mic, studio headphones and various cables.

Transport as in from location to location, or while in use?

If from location to location, then Pelican Case wold be what your are looking for.

http://pelican.com/ (external link)

If for in-use applications then as already mentioned Porta-Brace is probably your best choice.

http://www.portabrace.​com/ (external link)

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Apr 29, 2012 16:03 |  #5

Oops. Here is the correct link from the first post
http://www.amazon.com …ef=oh_details_o​02_s00_i02 (external link)
I will check out the recommendations that have been posted.


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Apr 29, 2012 23:54 |  #6

I'll second Wayne's suggestion of a Pelican case. I use their larger 1650 case for air plane travel for my pro audio gear all the time, as well as the smaller (but deeper) 1520 case. Once your stuff is secured inside these cases, it's not going to be damaged. Many times these cases can be had with the pop out foam so you can custom fit all the foam padding for all your bits.

The only down side to Pelican cases is that they are heavy themselves, thus limiting the amount of gear that you can fit into the cases and still make them pass airline standards of only 50lbs (70lbs for confirmed media rate). I can get either of my cases to hold right at 65lbs to just make it and to have just a bit extra to spare incase I need to shove a coat into one of my cases.


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