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Thread started 07 Jul 2004 (Wednesday) 19:56
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Chris1le
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Jul 08, 2004 20:25 |  #16

Lowepro Nova 5 AW

This bag is okay for now but will be to small as soon as my 70-200EX gets back. :cry:

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Jul 08, 2004 20:55 |  #17

OK here it is

TAMRAC 5259 Cyberpac 9

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Jul 09, 2004 00:24 |  #18

Here is mine

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Jul 09, 2004 12:52 |  #19

Aylwin wrote:
Great photos!

Kenny, how deep is that bag?! :shock: I'm amazed you can carry that around!

Around 11 inches high, 7 inches deep (front to back) and 18 inches wide. It can easily take two 1D or 10D with either a 100-400L or 70-200 2.8IS attached, lens down with hood reversed.

On the race circuit I have my 1D with a 300 2.8L IS attached on a monopod over one shoulder, plus the 10D with 70-200 with hood mounted, lying horizontally in the bag which hangs from my other shoulder.

As the season goes on I get fitter 8) especially as at some meetings I can easily walk 5 or 6 miles during a shoot.

Oh, I forgot, my Domke vest has a few items stuffed in the pockets as well, including a couple of essential bottles of energy drink.


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Jul 09, 2004 18:18 |  #20

I use a Lowe Pro Elite III. Okay, so I bought it back in 1982 with my olympus OM1 gear. It still is a gem of a case.

Included is the DRebel, doubler, extension tube, Olympus-Canon adapter, flash, remote, filters, lens hood, extra battery, blower, extra memory cards, five lenses, data transfer gear, a small tripod (almost useless) for my Canon S40. Still need to figure out what to put in the old film holders. :D

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Jul 09, 2004 19:04 |  #21

Kenny,
That 555 is the cats arse in bags but is near impossible to find here in Canada. I'd give my left $%# for one.


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Jul 09, 2004 19:19 |  #22

IanD wrote:
I'd give my left $%# for one.

B&H has it as a Special Order item...$440US

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Jul 09, 2004 20:26 |  #23

My Lowepro nature treker and I are heading for glacier park and canadian rockies in the AM

heres two shots of my "bag"


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5D.30D.100-400L.17-40L.70-300DO.more...

  
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Jul 09, 2004 20:42 |  #24

Pepper spray and bear bells. Where the heck is the .44 Magnum? :)


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Jul 09, 2004 20:50 |  #25

I read somewhere that the difference between black bear poop and grizly bear poop was that black bear poop smells like poop and has blueberry twigs in it whereas Grizly poop smells like pepper and has bells in it.


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Jul 10, 2004 03:37 |  #26

whowie wrote:
I read somewhere that the difference between black bear poop and grizly bear poop was that black bear poop smells like poop and has blueberry twigs in it whereas Grizly poop smells like pepper and has bells in it.

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


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Jul 10, 2004 07:02 |  #27

edit: see later post further down the thread


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Jul 10, 2004 10:28 |  #28

Lowe Pro Mini Trekker AW

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Jul 10, 2004 21:37 |  #29

Is anyone using or used in the past; a LowePro Compact AW? Opinions?

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Jul 11, 2004 13:37 |  #30

Tom W wrote:
Pepper spray and bear bells. Where the heck is the .44 Magnum? :)

Uh oh. Don't you know that self defence is illegal in the People's Republic of Canada? Especially with such an evil gun that killed so many people in the movies... :roll:

If you have a pistol, you need athorization to transfer, which outlines times and routes from your house to the range. You're gonna get in trouble if you stop to put some gas in your car, while transferring... let alone using it for bears! And self defence.

IT SUCKS WHEN YOU DON'T HAVE GUNS INGRAINED IN YOUR CONSTITUTION. :cry:


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