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Nov 20, 2017 13:21 as a reply to  @ post 18500108 |  #6451

I use a peak design bag and love it!


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Nov 21, 2017 10:59 |  #6452

Tommydigi wrote in post #18500108 (external link)
I still like the F-stop Kenti. I've had it for a few years and its very comfortable and holds just what I need. I have a 7D2 with a 100-400 and a 5d2 with a 16-35. Perfect for hiking.

I've been considering the Peak Design everyday backpack since it has bigger openings. It's really my only grip with this pack.


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I use a peak design bag and love it!

I just ordered their new slide from kickstarter and added the 30L backpack (ash). Looking forward to learning how to use it when it comes!


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Nov 21, 2017 11:47 |  #6453

I shot this with my cell phone, so pardon the poor pic. This is my regular kit. I have a Domke F-6 shoulder bag, with a Canon 7D and 40D camera on each side. In the middle is a Canon 24-105mm f4L lens, a 70-200mm f4L lens, and a Canon 10-22mm lens. If I wanted to, I can swap out the zooms for primes, or a combination. I usually have a rocket blower in the fourth lens slot in the bag. On top, I'll add a Think Tank battery holder with two extra batteries, a Think Tank Pixel Pocket Rock CF card holder for extra CF cards, and a small micro fiber cleaning towel. The zippered front pocket will have all the accessories--small camera and lens cleaning kit, lens tissue, pens, microfiber lens cleaning cloths, magnifying glass, a small knife, and such.


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Nov 21, 2017 11:48 |  #6454

With the Peak everyday backpack, does anyone know if I would need the 20 or 30 to use a 7d2 with a 100-400II?


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Nov 24, 2017 13:18 as a reply to  @ Tommydigi's post |  #6455

30, the 20 is for mirrorless cameras, your 100-400 wont work in a 20


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Nov 24, 2017 15:17 |  #6456

white venom wrote in post #18503315 (external link)
30, the 20 is for mirrorless cameras, your 100-400 wont work in a 20

Thanks for the response.

I just got a response from Peak saying it would. It fits in the rather small opening of my Kenti. I'll check out the measurements. I really would like the 20, I'm not a big fan of huge packs. I have the Mindshift gear 26 backlight and I find it a bit to big and cumbersome compared to the Kenti.


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Nov 25, 2017 10:36 |  #6457

New bag I picked up for street work from eBay.

Doesn't look like a camera bag.

M 209 B code machine bag

I paid $25 and I think it is perfect.

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smaller front pouch is perfect for extra batteries



  
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Nov 25, 2017 13:17 |  #6458

Oh the joys of multicam production...

(I inflated my tyres after seeing this)


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Nov 27, 2017 00:12 |  #6459

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Why do you choose to keep the pouches and also the 70-200mm case in the backpack?

I don't see a problem, just curious about your technique.


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Nov 27, 2017 06:07 |  #6460

I suppose I use the pouches for extra protection. The 70-200 gets so little use so it just makes sense to keep it in its case.


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Nov 27, 2017 10:14 |  #6461

tcphoto1 wrote in post #18504990 (external link)
I suppose I use the pouches for extra protection. The 70-200 gets so little use so it just makes sense to keep it in its case.

Lately I was toying with adding or subtracting a few small pouches too. In the end, I removed all the pouches and any padded inserts not needed because I found it easier to swap compartments for lenses. It leaves a little wiggle room though, but I don't move around a lot wearing it.

I can see where small pouches would make convenient padding it a couple lenses were pulled out temporarily and set down somewhere.


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Nov 27, 2017 11:42 |  #6462

I find that the investment in L's makes me a little OCD to protect them. Besides, I keep going back and forth between the Tenba and the Lowepro packs and it's easier for me.


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Nov 27, 2017 18:50 |  #6463

Been using the new Lowepro flipside 300 AWII for a month,so far I really like this backpack


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Dec 23, 2017 17:45 |  #6464

20 year old Billingahams. Love em all. They last and last...

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Feb 26, 2018 08:39 |  #6465

An addition to the fold meant that a new backpack was required and after quite a bit of research, I choose a Mindshift Backlight 26L. There does appear to be a lack of photos showing this bag with longer lenses (plenty of it's larger 36L brethen) so thought it might be an idea to share what I use mine for so as to give an idea of capacity.

It's slightly too shallow for a Gripped Body (or Pro body for that matter as they are similarly dimensioned) as they will stick out a bit and push into the back panel of the bag however the the thickness of the back panel padding absorbs the bulge (the cameras in the picture are ungripped but I did try one in the interests of science as they say).

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