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Feb 28, 2018 11:55 as a reply to  @ post 18569944 |  #31

I can stuff my F6 Domke bag. :-D

What I like about the F6 is the compactness and portability, over that of the F2. All I need from the bag is to get from Point A to Point B. After that, the cameras and lenses come out for shooting. The first pic shows my F6 bag with a 6D, a 7D, a 24-105mm f4L, a 70-200mm f4L, and a 10-18mm wide lens. I'll place the lens hoods, camera strap, and movo camera sling on top of the bag. If I am traveling by car, I can place the camera slings and lens hoods in a reusable grocery bag. The second pic shows if I were to be traveling with everything in the bag.

If I were to bring the 100-400mm lens, instead of the 70-200mm lens, I'd probably take out the 10-18mm lens. I'd change to a two camera / two lens setup for the bag, with the 24-105mm and 100-400mm lenses. It is a tight fit, but it works for compactness. I will still use the F2, if I am going to bring extra camera bodies and lenses, then swap into the working F6 bag.


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Feb 28, 2018 13:35 |  #32

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I can stuff my F6 Domke bag. :-D

What I like about the F6 is the compactness and portability, over that of the F2. All I need from the bag is to get from Point A to Point B. After that, the cameras and lenses come out for shooting. The first pic shows my F6 bag with a 6D, a 7D, a 24-105mm f4L, a 70-200mm f4L, and a 10-18mm wide lens. I'll place the lens hoods, camera strap, and movo camera sling on top of the bag. If I am traveling by car, I can place the camera slings and lens hoods in a reusable grocery bag. The second pic shows if I were to be traveling with everything in the bag.

If I were to bring the 100-400mm lens, instead of the 70-200mm lens, I'd probably take out the 10-18mm lens. I'd change to a two camera / two lens setup for the bag, with the 24-105mm and 100-400mm lenses. It is a tight fit, but it works for compactness. I will still use the F2, if I am going to bring extra camera bodies and lenses, then swap into the working F6 bag.
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Ahhh, I see what you are doing now. In my head I had lenses attached to the body since that's the way I work. I can see where this would be great for pure transport situations. Good stuff.


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Feb 28, 2018 13:48 |  #33

I was seriously considering a Domke messenger bag at one point, but didn't want to have to re-wax it every so often so I passed. I know they have the ones without wax but they weren't appealing to me.

In the end I got the Salvatore Bug Out bag and then picked up the Think Tank Urban Approach 10 as a smaller shoulder bag, and I'm very happy with both.


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