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Bag for 3021 / 3047 combo

 
KirkHMB
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Jan 31, 2008 14:19 |  #1

Hey gang

I'm looking for a storage/ travel bag for my Bogen 3021 / 3047 combo. I've looked at the various Bogen bags at B & H online, but they don't seem to allow room for the monstrously protruding adjusting knobs.

Overall length is about 34", but the diameter is about 10", and most bags are only 5" diameter

http://www.bhphotovide​o.com …LK_Tripod_Bag_B​lack_.html (external link)

This one looks like it may work, does anyone have it?
http://www.canogacamer​a.com/detail.aspx?ID=1​0055 (external link)

Anyone have any other cool bags which fit this combo? My main user is a no name canvas bag which has served me well for 25 years, but doesn't fit the 3021/3047, would love to find another just like it, but no luck so far.

Thanks


shooting club VB and club soccer, hoping to get back to landscape work soon.

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Jan 31, 2008 14:36 |  #2

I USED TO REMOVE THE CONTROL ARMS

before I went over to a ball head, I used a three-way pan head and removed the toghtening/loosening arms which I placed in an accessory pouch on the outside of the tripod case. There seemed to be no problem doing this.


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Feb 01, 2008 16:04 |  #3

RPCrowe wrote in post #4824307 (external link)
I used a three-way pan head and removed the toghtening/loosening arms which I placed in an accessory pouch on the outside of the tripod case.


I tried that a few times with my other bag, but since the length was too short for the pod, the bag didn't close (and no accessory pouch), and the handles ended up loose in the trunk. That may still be an option.


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