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Rey
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Aug 09, 2014 10:56 |  #6106

Charlie wrote in post #17084350 (external link)
I just sold off a tamrac adventure 9, might fit your scenario. SHould hold the lenses and accessories too, and a laptop. Unfortunately, it's kind of heavy weighing in at 4lbs.

Yeah, I'm wanting light as well. Spent the better part of an afternoon doing some research and seems as if what I'm looking for may not exist.


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Aug 09, 2014 10:57 |  #6107

irishguy0224 wrote in post #17084443 (external link)
I have a burton camera bag I may consider letting go of. I hardly used it. Will hold your camera gripped with a few lenses without any issue. PM me if you'd like to see it

Edit: It is a backpack style however

The burton backpacks look much larger than what I'm looking for. Thanks though.


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Aug 09, 2014 13:21 |  #6108

http://www.chromeindus​tries.com …NLU6dnlhsACFehj​7Aod_AYA0g (external link)

by far the best travel bag i've carried.
definitely won't carry you're whole laundry list but it will work with 1-3 lenses, 2 speedlites and random small stuff. I typically only carry 2 lenses when I work or shoot.
Carried it out and was stuck walking a mile in complete downpour. Got inside and found everything to be completely dry, fabric did soak a little but dried out fine.

Yesterday, went out on a day trip and decided to pack a camera.
http://www.chromeindus​tries.com/us/en/chekho​v (external link)
this one surprisingly worked to fit a 5d3 and a 135L with rapid strap and flipped lens hood.

i don't work for them, but have tried a few companies. I really like how these bags are built and they look way better than the typical lowepro/million$ home bags. I like the Thinktank stuff too but these look and fit more into the crowd and don't scream "i'm a camera geek!"

for any bigger projects, it's pelicans and a large wheeled trap case with one or two stand bags.




  
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Aug 09, 2014 13:39 |  #6109

virginie24jb wrote in post #17084554 (external link)
It may be cheap but after a year of use and more gear and more gear, I still love my AmazonBasics.
(My apologies for the poor quality. This was taken with my ipad.)
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I have one of those as well (and another brand too). I agree that your Basics is a very good, well built bag, that carries a ton of stuff. Add to that the fact that as a backpack it will hold its own against the best for comfort....

Its main drawback is that it doesn't cost a fortune...so the yuppies out to impress will only bad mouth it. (which is actually a plus as far as I am concerned.) bw!


Couple of Canon bodies, a couple of Canon lens, few gadgets all stuffed in a bag...and a stick, and a tripod.
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Aug 11, 2014 11:26 |  #6110

Didereaux wrote in post #17086124 (external link)
I have one of those as well (and another brand too). I agree that your Basics is a very good, well built bag, that carries a ton of stuff. Add to that the fact that as a backpack it will hold its own against the best for comfort....

Its main drawback is that it doesn't cost a fortune...so the yuppies out to impress will only bad mouth it. (which is actually a plus as far as I am concerned.) bw!

That looks like the canon brand backpack. I used to own the canon one, but the velcro strip in the middle holding the long partitions together wouldn't stay put any longer and the velcro would keep coming off. While it lasted it was my favorite. I bought it cheap and it did hold a decent amount of gear.


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Aug 11, 2014 11:29 |  #6111

What bag is this? It looks like one of the bigger models in the lowepro pro runner series.


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Aug 11, 2014 11:52 |  #6112

I knew someone was going to ask, it is infact one of the Lowepro bags. it is the Vertex 300 AW



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Aug 11, 2014 12:21 |  #6113

Anyone here have a 600 f4 (version 1) and a Think Tank Airport Accelerator or GuraGear Bataflae 32L? Thinking about upgrading my 500, just wanted to know how well a 600 would fit! Ta!


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Aug 11, 2014 12:50 |  #6114

irishguy0224 wrote in post #17089269 (external link)
I knew someone was going to ask, it is infact one of the Lowepro bags. it is the Vertex 300 AW

Thanks, I have the Lowepro pro runner 450 and it looks very similar except the compartments of the flap are different. I thought maybe it was an updated design or something.


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Aug 13, 2014 19:41 as a reply to  @ sangyup's post |  #6115

I just wanted a messenger bag that would hold a gripped T3i and 2 lenses. Wound up making my own with a modified insert from B&H and a leather bag.

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Aug 18, 2014 12:21 |  #6116

Rey wrote in post #17085870 (external link)
Yeah, I'm wanting light as well. Spent the better part of an afternoon doing some research and seems as if what I'm looking for may not exist.

I decided to go with the Lowepro Flipside Sport 15L. Wanted to try and cram it into the 10L but everything I read says the 10L wouldn't fit the gripped 5D.


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Aug 18, 2014 19:04 |  #6117

ThinkTank Airport Essentials. This is one of the three non-roller bags in the Airport series. That side pocket is made to insert tripod legs, but it will fit a phone, wallet, or 16 - 20 oz water bottle.

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Pictured here with a 5D2 + 16-35 f/4, 70-200 f/2.8, 24-105 f/4, 28/50/100 primes, 580EX with Yongnuo YN622 triggers, 5 B+W 77mm filters in hard cases, and 3 battery chargers.

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You can also remove the gear from the side column and have enough room to fit a Benro Travel Angel. This is the now discontinued TRAB-069 that folds down to 13.1 inches. There's just enough room left over to squeeze a Tamron 1.4x teleconverter + 12mm extension tube in there.

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Aug 19, 2014 09:17 |  #6118

Hello friends :-)

After a long research and investment in camera bags ( really i have spent so much money )
i found the right bag for me.
Im a destination wedding photographer and i travel a lot. So i had to find one bag for all destinations & at the same time not to look like a professional photographer. So i bought an incase DSLR Pro Sling Pack
Really happy after 1.5 year using it!

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Aug 19, 2014 20:53 |  #6119

F-stop loka UL large pro ICU,

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Aug 20, 2014 06:35 |  #6120

I was tired of having gear spread across multiple bags and then grabbing one forgetting something. I went with the Tamarac big bag with 5 large lens bags hanging off it, only one has a lens in it (100-400) the rest have gear. I then have 2 bags to carry depending on the situation. (I do have a bunch of other bags, but these are my users)
I just load everything in the Jeep and go and when I get where I am going I transfer what I need for the shoot to a smaller bag.

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