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A quick question for Domke F-2 owners

 
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Aug 17, 2009 16:47 |  #1

Hiya, I was just wondering if the F-2 can be squished into a collapsed state to store it in a luggage case? How about the insert, does that collapse to fit into a small space if need be?


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Aug 17, 2009 16:59 |  #2

as long as its empty. I've gotten mine pretty darn flat.
the insert kinda folds which you can put into the bottom of the bag flat and then squish it down


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Aug 17, 2009 17:36 |  #3

Yes, and yes. The inserts' outer panels are open at the bottom so you can slide out the padding to fold things still smaller.


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Aug 18, 2009 08:42 |  #4

Yes, works perfectly. I traveled thousands of miles just like that.


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Aug 19, 2009 14:30 as a reply to  @ LennartW's post |  #5

That's great to hear, I think I need to go and check the F-2 out at a local camera store. :D


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