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Sep 07, 2009 20:48 |  #1

Hi all. I literally JUST got done putting all my gear in my new pelican 1624 case - it's HUGE but will be great for weddings, as I can literally get ALL my stuff to the site in one trip.
Here's a question for when I don't need everything plus the kitchen sink - and my problem.
My 5D is mounted on a Custom Brackets Pro-M flash bracket. For convenience purposes, I'd really hate to take it on and off every time I want to pack the camera. The 1624 holds it standing up just fine, but is there another case that's popular for say, 2 lenses, the body as described, and maybe a qflash and battery pack? I don't think the popular 151x will cut it for the bracket...
Any one dealt with this before?
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Sep 08, 2009 01:51 |  #2

Thats def one of the advantages of the RRS flash bracket solution, its very low profile and easy to take on and off if you need too. Not that that helps your current situation, but I thought Id throw it out there. Check out my review: LINK


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