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79TAKid
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Jul 14, 2006 13:36 |  #316

Hey I looked through most of the thread and mightve missed it, but could/did someone post pictures of the Tamrac 5371??


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Jul 14, 2006 16:43 |  #317

Wow Lcups that's an interesting looking bag. Can you tell me: Where it shows the camera body face down, is that with a lens attached, or will it only fit in like that by itself? If it is with lens attached, what size lens is possible? Any other bits of info/comments you could provide would be appreciated.


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Jul 14, 2006 17:22 as a reply to  @ post 1723841 |  #318

lcupps wrote:
Here's what I got... I love it! Holds up to 4 lens and my body, flash, cards and lens cloths, plus my laptop if needed.


nice how much was it?




  
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Jul 15, 2006 17:38 as a reply to  @ post 1723841 |  #319

lcupps wrote:
Here's what I got... I love it! Holds up to 4 lens and my body, flash, cards and lens cloths, plus my laptop if needed.


What is the name of it?




  
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Jul 16, 2006 06:49 |  #320

I just went to ebags where lcupps pics come from and searched for the "case logic slr/computer backpack" and came up with this ;)
http://www.ebags.co.uk …l/index.cfm?mod​elid=57080 (external link)
I'll charge my search service to your respective paypal accounts and email you an invoice :p;)


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Jul 16, 2006 10:29 |  #321

hmm for me if i ever use a backpack i will use my big camping back pack and put an old camera bag within it so i can carry clothes as well, its extremely comfortable and the weight distribution is even so would suit me and i could pack the tripod and what not inside the bag, i am a big guy though so its not an issue carrying things but thats just me.

this is the bag i have same model/brand/style just mines about 8 years old and a different colour

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Jul 17, 2006 12:11 as a reply to  @ keenasmustard's post |  #322

keenasmustard wrote:
Wow Lcups that's an interesting looking bag. Can you tell me: Where it shows the camera body face down, is that with a lens attached, or will it only fit in like that by itself? If it is with lens attached, what size lens is possible? Any other bits of info/comments you could provide would be appreciated.

Yes, you can have a lens attached in that position, my 50 fits just fine. None of my zooms though, they're just too bulky. However, I usually pack those in the bottom compartments just dandy.

My usual pack is the 50 on the body, with the 28-135IS and the 17-40 on one side (below) and the 70-200 standing on the other side. (the dividers below are repositional/removable​.) My flash can ride with my 70-200, or in one of the side compartments. I'm still a newbie with my camera, so I probably don't *need* to pack all this, but I never know what I'm going to be shooting, and I'm still learning the how's and whatnots of all of my gear.

I have a Dell Inspirion Laptop that fits easily in the back compartment. It has fabulous padding throughout the sholders and across the back, the straps are curved inward for comfort throughout the collarbone/upperchest area.

All in all, I'm *very*satisfied with this rig. I'm disabled, so any weight bearing in the upperbody can be difficult, and I can pack this rig fully loaded for quite a distance with no discomfort.

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nice how much was it?

It was a birthday gift from my husband, but I know it was about $99.00. (shhh, don't tell him I looked.)

Stealth_FighterQuote:

What is the name of it?

It's a Case Logic SLR-Computer Backpack. A friend of mine bought one, (she has a comparable set-up to mine) and after seeing and testing her's I was mad for one.


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Jul 25, 2006 21:45 as a reply to  @ lcupps's post |  #323

n00b here .. what better way to introduce myself than to show you what's in my bag :)

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Jul 26, 2006 01:59 |  #324

^^^ Welcome!!

Edit: DOH! I can read.


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Aug 10, 2006 22:23 |  #325

crumpler: whickey and cox From Mom & Dad & Sister for my 24th b-day

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so far i'm super happy with this bag. I've only had it for a day but i'm able to fit a ton of stuff in it. my 15" laptop.
my XT w/ grip on. plus 2 short lenses. my rocket blower, and other odds and ends. Its a super comfortable bag too!

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Aug 12, 2006 01:54 |  #326

I took this when someone was asking about Pelican cases so I thought I'd throw it up here as well. This is the Pelican 1550 with what I keep in it:


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Aug 12, 2006 19:14 as a reply to  @ SalientGlass's post |  #327

I currently use a Timbuk2 messenger bag stuffed with whatever Domke inserts I need for hauling my gear around.

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Notes on the full-on setup are over on my Flickr account: http://flickr.com/phot​os/chromewaves/2135566​32/ (external link)

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Aug 12, 2006 20:23 as a reply to  @ chromewaves's post |  #328

Here's mine: A standard large Canon camera bag.

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Aug 13, 2006 04:31 |  #329

Just an observation.
I am a little suprised how many of you pack your camera bodys either on their base or rear panel up. My style is to have the camera on its side with the grip up, to enable the camera to be pulled from the bag quikly with one hand and quite securley with the hand holding the grip.




  
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Aug 13, 2006 11:27 as a reply to  @ steveathome's post |  #330

steveathome wrote:
Just an observation.
I am a little suprised how many of you pack your camera bodys either on their base or rear panel up. My style is to have the camera on its side with the grip up, to enable the camera to be pulled from the bag quikly with one hand and quite securley with the hand holding the grip.

Because the velco materials could scratched the camera? That's what I find for some bags. Here's mine with Lowepro Ex180:

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