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Feb 19, 2012 11:02 as a reply to  @ post 13923383 |  #4816

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This isn't me, but it's of my bag :p

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What bag is that? And do they all come with a cute little carrier? :cool:


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Feb 19, 2012 11:20 |  #4817

Eagle wrote in post #13924300 (external link)
What bag is that? And do they all come with a cute little carrier? :cool:

ONA Union Street :)

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Phone picture of a 5D2, 100L, flash, and Sigma 50mm f/1.4 in the bag.

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The inside fits a flash, 2 lenses, and your body.

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I just put these 2 here to illustrate the back part meant for say, a laptop or book or something. The bag doesn't close if you put a moderately thick laptop there though.

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Removeable dividers.

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Back handle: I don't know if I could trust all my gear with that one handle, so I don't use it.

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Feb 19, 2012 13:55 |  #4818

Winwin wrote in post #13924364 (external link)
ONA Union Street :)

Phone picture of a 5D2, 100L, flash, and Sigma 50mm f/1.4 in the bag.

The inside fits a flash, 2 lenses, and your body.

I just put these 2 here to illustrate the back part meant for say, a laptop or book or something. The bag doesn't close if you put a moderately thick laptop there though.

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Picture with a Sigma 50mm and Canon 100mm f/2.8L.

Back handle: I don't know if I could trust all my gear with that one handle, so I don't use it.

I loveee the ONA Messenger bag. Does the 5D2 make the bag bulge out? How's it fit with the camera without the laptop divider in it?




  
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Feb 19, 2012 14:03 |  #4819

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I loveee the ONA Messenger bag. Does the 5D2 make the bag bulge out? How's it fit with the camera without the laptop divider in it?

Nope, it doesn't, even with the laptop divider in ;)


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Feb 19, 2012 19:51 |  #4820

Oh, man. I really like the ONA Camps Bay (external link) backpack! But wow, is that expensive...


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Feb 19, 2012 22:50 |  #4821

yowza that ONA backpack is nice but for that price...


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Feb 20, 2012 06:55 |  #4822

Last year there was a great deal on the Burton Zoom 28L posted in Market watch. I did a quick post in this thread back in May.

While getting ready for a vacation I've done a complete reorg of the interior space that makes a bit more sense. At least it looks a bit neater -

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The entry to the camera gear is on the back of the pack (the side against your back) ala F-stop/Crumpler/etc. There's several advantages to this, not the least of which when you set your pack down to go through it, it's not the side that goes against you in the dirt.

One fairly large problem with the bag, is that it has no actual hip belt. There's a decent padded belt that looks like a hip belt with nice pockets on the outside. The down side to that belt is that the pack rides very high, and the belt is FAR too high to help distribute the load to your hips.

Since I only put about 14 lbs of stuff in it, so I can go quite a ways with it. But if you pack heavy, I'd look at the F-stop ahead of this one. Also, this is a 2010 model - they may have changed the way the belt is set up.

The outside of the bag - for reference the bag is just about 20" tall.

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It's a nice bag with a reasonable amount of space. In the photo above you can see the outside notebook pocket (fits a 15" Macbook pro, just barely). Also, most of that section above the notebook pocket is empty space where you can fit a jacket, or lunch, or 580EX, or ...

Overall, in spite of the shortcoming of no actual hip belt, I like the bag quite a bit.



  
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Feb 20, 2012 09:14 |  #4823

RandyS wrote in post #13928450 (external link)
Last year there was a great deal on the Burton Zoom 28L posted in Market watch. I did a quick post in this thread back in May.

While getting ready for a vacation I've done a complete reorg of the interior space that makes a bit more sense. At least it looks a bit neater -

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The entry to the camera gear is on the back of the pack (the side against your back) ala F-stop/Crumpler/etc. There's several advantages to this, not the least of which when you set your pack down to go through it, it's not the side that goes against you in the dirt.

One fairly large problem with the bag, is that it has no actual hip belt. There's a decent padded belt that looks like a hip belt with nice pockets on the outside. The down side to that belt is that the pack rides very high, and the belt is FAR too high to help distribute the load to your hips.

Since I only put about 14 lbs of stuff in it, so I can go quite a ways with it. But if you pack heavy, I'd look at the F-stop ahead of this one. Also, this is a 2010 model - they may have changed the way the belt is set up.

The outside of the bag - for reference the bag is just about 20" tall.

QUOTED IMAGE

It's a nice bag with a reasonable amount of space. In the photo above you can see the outside notebook pocket (fits a 15" Macbook pro, just barely). Also, most of that section above the notebook pocket is empty space where you can fit a jacket, or lunch, or 580EX, or ...

Overall, in spite of the shortcoming of no actual hip belt, I like the bag quite a bit.

What is the name of that bag the blue one


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Feb 20, 2012 09:20 |  #4824

pkilla wrote in post #13928905 (external link)
What is the name of that bag the blue one

If by "blue one" you mean the bottom photo that's actually a poorly post-processed photo of a black bag.

All the photos in this and the referenced post are of the same bag - the Burton zoom 28L.




  
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Feb 20, 2012 11:07 |  #4825

randy.. is that a QR plate on your 70-200? which brand of QR is that?


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Feb 20, 2012 12:26 |  #4826

EOS mE wrote in post #13929384 (external link)
randy.. is that a QR plate on your 70-200? which brand of QR is that?

Indeed it is.

That's a Kirk LP-41 (external link).




  
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Feb 20, 2012 13:29 |  #4827

nice..


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Feb 20, 2012 21:39 |  #4828

jbkalla wrote in post #13926644 (external link)
Oh, man. I really like the ONA Camps Bay (external link) backpack! But wow, is that expensive...

I'd pay maybe 200... but 429?!? Errr...

Although I feel bad enough for paying 363 for my Union Street after handling fees and taxes


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Feb 20, 2012 21:52 |  #4829

Winwin wrote in post #13932986 (external link)
I'd pay maybe 200... but 429?!? Errr...

Although I feel bad enough for paying 363 for my Union Street after handling fees and taxes

Damage has been done, no point looking back. Its a Winwin situtation *if you know what i mean* ;)


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Feb 22, 2012 06:43 |  #4830

My wife made me this great messenger bag out of waxed canvas:

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