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chris78cpr
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Feb 15, 2009 14:26 |  #1

Hey all,

Well i've been very lucky this week and managed to add a 5d2 to my kit. Adding this has made me rethink my bags and i've come to the conclusion i need to get a small shoulder bag that can carry my 5D2, 17-40/24-105 attached and also a small prime (50F1.4/15mm/85F1.8) with a flash gun stuck in there somewhere too.

So far the only things that jump out at me are one of the lowepro toploaders or maybe a Domke/Crumpler bag?

Anyone want to chime in on this?

A bonus would be that it could also accomodate my 1d2 as the body on occasions when i take that over the 5d.

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Feb 15, 2009 15:28 |  #2

how bout this one

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Feb 15, 2009 17:23 as a reply to  @ MDJAK's post |  #3

Don't keep us guessing.How about some info!



  
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Feb 15, 2009 17:26 |  #4

Depends what kind of materials you like. I have some bags I use all the time and others that just happen when I need them. I love my Domke F-802. I use that the most. For the small 5DII and 24-70 set up only, I take the F-5XB. For trips where I cannot put the camera down, I take the Kata bag. It holds the 5DII with 24-70 attached and the 70-200 2.8 IS. The only thing is, most of my bags are without grips.


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Feb 15, 2009 17:41 |  #5

mrgooch wrote in post #7331431 (external link)
Don't keep us guessing.How about some info!

info on what?




  
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Feb 15, 2009 17:43 |  #6

The bag. :)


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Feb 15, 2009 17:53 |  #7

Crumpler's newest.




  
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Feb 15, 2009 18:00 |  #8

Domke F3X sounds like it'd fit your needs quite well.




  
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Feb 15, 2009 18:01 |  #9

You should take a look at Crumpler's line :)


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Feb 15, 2009 18:09 |  #10

Crumpler 7MDH.... I have the older style and love it.


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Feb 15, 2009 18:11 |  #11

Think Tank Urban Disguise?


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Feb 15, 2009 18:13 |  #12

equetefue wrote in post #7331688 (external link)
Crumpler 7MDH.... I have the older style and love it.

+1 very nice bag


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Feb 16, 2009 00:14 |  #13

equetefue wrote in post #7331688 (external link)
Crumpler 7MDH.... I have the older style and love it.

No need for something that big. For a 5D2 with ONE of the two lenses attached, you could get it all into a 5 MDH. It would be tight with both lenses AND a flash, but you could definitely get the 5D2 and both lenses. Extremely tight -- but that's how I pack my kit.

If you want more room, the 6MDH would be completely sufficient.


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Feb 16, 2009 08:57 as a reply to  @ tigerotor77w's post |  #14

Keegan wrote in post #7331645 (external link)
Domke F3X sounds like it'd fit your needs quite well.

Yep. It'd be perfect.


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