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Nov 23, 2012 09:25 |  #1

hey guys i need some help. as mentioned abouve, im looking for a backpack that can carry a 7d with a canon 10-22 mounted and 400d with a 70-200 isII mounted on it plus a 13 or 15 inch laptop. itd be great if it could also carry a raincoat/shirt, a water bottle, flash an extra small prime and various camera related gear (i.e. cables, chargers, memory cards etc.) quick access isnt an issue and i really dont want a roller.

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Nov 24, 2012 19:48 |  #2

anybody?


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Nov 24, 2012 19:58 |  #3

I am thinking of an fstop kenti for the 2 bodies but I think it will only fit a 13 inch laptop.

A thinktank streetwalker hard drive should work.


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Nov 24, 2012 19:59 |  #4

i can let you know in a few days time - I have a t3i with a sigma 30 with 5dmkIII (waiting for the 70-200 IS mkII) loaded in a Mountainsmith Parallax (http://www.amazon.com …&keywords=camer​a+backpack (external link)) and there is tons of space for 3 others lens, flash, batteries etc. But note this backpack is huge and front space for keeping small items could be better designed (empty space but not too many zippers etc) - but for 110 USD could not complain.

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Nov 24, 2012 20:10 |  #5

I have the Streetwalker Pro Hard Drive and I routinely carry 2 gripped cameras (40D and 50D) the lenses in my sig, Black-rapid Straps, A Speed-lite or two, plus other stuff. It has a couple side pockets that do fit a water bottle, pockets on the front for a lightweight raincoat or poncho (what I carry if it looks like I may need it), and a 14" laptop.


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Nov 24, 2012 20:19 |  #6

Think tank accelerator can do it


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Nov 24, 2012 20:59 |  #7

i use a thinktank airport essentials and im very happy with it. even has a tripod attachment.


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Nov 25, 2012 07:37 |  #8

ok thanks. will check into those.


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