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Mar 31, 2020 20:23 |  #6541

This was my bag on a recent outing. This in my Thinktank Backlight 26l I also have a Backlight 36l when I want to take way too much stuff with me.


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My kit : Canon EOS R and 7DmkII, RF 24-105mm f/4 IS L, EF‑S 17‑55mm f/2.8 IS USM, EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM, EF 70–200mm f/2.8L IS III, EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM, Sigma 35mm Art f/1.4, Macro Ring Lite MR-14EX II, 580EX II. Gitzo GT2542 and RRS BH-55, Think Tank MindShift Gear BackLight 36L Tamrac Expedition 5, Crumpler 7MDH and Tamrac Aero 3385.

  
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Apr 06, 2020 06:53 |  #6542

Somewhat related: see https://petapixel.com …r-pete-souzas-camera-bag/ (external link) for a video showing the contents of a White House photographer’s bag.




  
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Apr 06, 2020 06:58 |  #6543

Domke F-5XC.
Mamiya 645 Pro / 85mm f2.8.
Minolta X-700 / MD 35mm f1.8.
Extra film / batteries underneath in the lower compartment.

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All of my cameras will fit in this bag, so depending what I want to take out for the day, it's always changing. I bought it for a trip to Mexico City where I took my X100F and GA645i. The last trip to Mexico City I took the X100F and X-700. Really like my Domke bags, I just wish it was an inch or so wider. I don't ever lug around extra lenses.

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Apr 14, 2020 22:00 |  #6544

-Lowepro Event 150
-Canon 7Dii
-Sigma 50 art & 18-35 art
-Canon RT 430ex and 600ex
-Charger in the side pocket
-Spare AA batteries in the other side pocket
-Flap allow choice of Velcro or plastic buckle

I used to have a larger messenger bag like the Event 250, used for Euro travels but that was too big. This setup works adequately, no excess.


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Apr 27, 2020 21:09 |  #6545

My MindShift 36L. I've really enjoyed this bag, especially when shooting bears and swans out of the truck. Bought it here from a fellow POTN'er. I used it this past year as my carry-on for a trip to Bosque. At 60, its a bit heavy lugging all the gear (500 F4 V1) you see here and some through the Atlanta Airport. This year if the we're able to and I can afford to travel, I'll pack a roller! Not only is it a great bag, its not black. Makes it a bit easier to pick out in a crowd. ;-)a


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Apr 28, 2020 03:46 |  #6546

A lot of very heavy bags in here. My back thanks me for not owning one.

I was worried my everyday kit wouldn't fit in a Peak Design 6L everyday Sling bag, but to my surprise it fits fine. Didn't want to have to move up to the bigger 10L sling.

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X-Pro3 w/35 f1.4 mounted
X100V
16 f2.8
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Apr 29, 2020 05:04 |  #6547

Current layout for landscape work. I have the 600mm f4 for wildlife. I will change it about to fit it in by removing the mindshift filter pouch and 16-35l depending on my trip. I don’t tend to mix the two


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Canon 1DX 5Dmk3 Canon 600mm f4L IS
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Canon 16-35mm f4L IS
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May 17, 2020 19:14 |  #6548

My absolute favourite (and first!) bag: Peak Design Sling 5L. Currently carrying an EOS R with an RF 24-70mm F/2.8L. Looking to see how an RF 35mm would fit in there attached and hopefully a future RF 50mm 1.8 for a light/worry free setup!


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May 23, 2020 20:38 |  #6549

Here is my favorite camera backpack, the Atlas Athlete. This is for people with smaller kits. I like the origami core. In this image it is set for a minimal landscape kit. It is large enough that I can fit my 100-400 mounted with hood ready when the origami core is pushed in. Being so thin/shallow, it keeps the weight close to my back. It also forces me to choose the lenses I take with me, reducing weight. I have the heavy duty Adventure hipbelt, which is by far the most comfortable I've used from any maker, including hiking packs.

Atlas also makes a larger, deeper Adventure model for those who need to carry more.


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Oct 12, 2020 12:00 |  #6550

A shallow f-stop ICU inside a waterproof Ortlieb Atrack 35: Leica M2-R body and four Leica lenses, Gossen Digipro F meter and four rolls of B&W Agfa APX 100ASA film. A regular f-stop ICU will will also fit in this bag. Plenty of room for food and clothes on top, deep outer pockets on either side for water and tripod feet.


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Oct 13, 2020 20:03 |  #6551

Pelican case when traveling.
For closet storage metal ammunition boxes work great.
Just place the lens in its cloth pouch and into the ammunition box.
Clean microfiber cloths can be used for padding when not traveling.


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Oct 14, 2020 23:23 |  #6552

peter_n wrote in post #19137439 (external link)
A shallow f-stop ICU inside a waterproof Ortrieb Atrack 35: Leica M2-R body and four Leica lenses, Gossen Digipro F meter and four rolls of B&W Agfa APX 100ASA film. A regular f-stop ICU will will also fit in this bag. Plenty of room for food and clothes on top, deep outer pockets on either side for water and tripod feet.
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When you say "regular f-stop ICU", do you mean the pro models (about 6.5" deep)? How do you find the comfort vs other packs?


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Oct 15, 2020 22:26 as a reply to  @ sawsedge's post |  #6553

Yes the regular f-stop ICUs are 6.5in deep John. I've only worn the Ortlieb a couple of times so far and all my other bags are f-stop Mountain Ajnas and Gurus. Difficult to judge on the comfort because I carry lighter equipment in the f-stop bags than the all-metal rangefinder gear that's in the Ortlieb. Also the Ortlieb packs are TMP and this is my first experience with that too. I like the camera gear at the bottom because my hips carry the load and the waist belt is very good on this pack. You can vertically move the two suspended mesh back panels very easily by sliding them up and down a thin rail. It's very easily configured for a good fit. On the basis of two tryouts I suspect that this pack may be more comfortable than my f-stops in the long run. I go to Ireland a lot as I have family there and that's why I bought this pack; it rains a lot there. Also it folds completely flat when empty so it can go in my Shimoda roller bag and take up virtually no room.


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