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Oct 15, 2010 03:18 |  #1

Some crummy pics for now. I've had no time between classes to take pics of it so here are some mediocre pics taken at 1 am. :lol:

I'll try to get some better pics of it up this weekend.

Next to a 7MDH (Snooper is Medium).

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(Canon 1v w/ Olympus 21mm f/3.5, 135mm f/2L and a 24-70mm f/2.8L. What can't be seen in the pocket below the 135mm is the Zeiss 85mm f/1.4 and a Sekonic L-758DR)
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I haven't messed around with configuring the insert yet. It also came with one extra blue divider, which isn't in the pic. But as it can be seen there is a lot of room the spare, just the dividers need to be repositioned to make better use of it.

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15" MBP.

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Oct 15, 2010 12:11 |  #2

the dividers look like they reach almost the entire height of the insert - are they bendable to allow you to mount a camera with lens mounted while still zipping it shut? or is it more of a transport and assemble when it's around your neck deal?


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Oct 15, 2010 16:53 |  #3

Thanks for the pics Depth, bag looks great! Just curious, does the bag conform to your body much when you wear it?


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Oct 15, 2010 23:26 |  #4

Which size did you get? I think I'm looking at my next bag. Now I just need to decide small or medium. More pictures please, plus list the lens and bogy you can fit in it please.


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Oct 15, 2010 23:44 |  #5

chromewaves wrote in post #11102799 (external link)
the dividers look like they reach almost the entire height of the insert - are they bendable to allow you to mount a camera with lens mounted while still zipping it shut? or is it more of a transport and assemble when it's around your neck deal?

There's the two bendable ones that can be seen in the pic and two more pads that are half the height (one can be seen in the pic).

I haven't tried setting it up so I can have a lens mounted on the body.

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Thanks for the pics Depth, bag looks great! Just curious, does the bag conform to your body much when you wear it?

Without the laptop it does.

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Which size did you get? I think I'm looking at my next bag. Now I just need to decide small or medium. More pictures please, plus list the lens and bogy you can fit in it please.

It's medium. And I already listed the info (read the first post :p).


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Oct 15, 2010 23:54 |  #6

Nice, I was just looking at this on the website not 5 minutes ago. How's the weight like compared to your 7MDH?


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Oct 16, 2010 00:10 |  #7

Weights about the same.


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Oct 18, 2010 13:08 |  #8

How did you get one in that color scheme? From the website, I only saw blk/grey or grey/red...




  
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Oct 18, 2010 13:14 |  #9

Looks like they took it down.


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Oct 21, 2010 11:52 as a reply to  @ Depth's post |  #10

re:TimBuk2 Snoop availability on the site --- seems like they'll be getting more Nov 1st.

The insert looks like a gripped body could fit comfortably - can anyone confirm?

Such an awesome looking bag... especially in that colour, though I'd be happy with the black/silver also.

Definitely preferred look/organization to the Crumpler (as much as I love my 5 MDH).




  
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Oct 21, 2010 18:07 |  #11

Anyone have any pics of the small Snoop?


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Oct 21, 2010 19:09 |  #12

kojach wrote in post #11138811 (external link)
re:TimBuk2 Snoop availability on the site --- seems like they'll be getting more Nov 1st.

The insert looks like a gripped body could fit comfortably - can anyone confirm?

Such an awesome looking bag... especially in that colour, though I'd be happy with the black/silver also.

Definitely preferred look/organization to the Crumpler (as much as I love my 5 MDH).

I just got my medium in the black/gun metal and I have a D300 and D700 both with grips and they fit perfect. I believe the D700 w/grip is bigger than a 7D or 5D MKII w/ grips for reference. Its a very nice bag, extremely well put together.


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Oct 21, 2010 19:18 as a reply to  @ BBrat's post |  #13

for those that have the bag, whats the strap with the hook clasp for? Mine came with one seperately and I cant find it on the site for what it is used for? It could be really obvious but I am clueless...


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Oct 21, 2010 21:20 as a reply to  @ BBrat's post |  #14

I think it's the cross strap. You loop it on the main strap and clip it on the bottom of the bag to keep it from moving around. I don't have the Snooper exactly, but I do have a regular messenger bag from them and it came with that.


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Oct 21, 2010 23:10 |  #15

Got my black/gun metal bag this morning, like the quality and fit of the insert. I jammed a Lowepro Stealth Reporter insert into a large and medium TImbuk2 messenger in the past, never fit just right. This bag has everything I was attempting to accomplish, space, fit of the insert, stealth and comfort. Look forward to shooting the Zombie Walk out of the bag this weekend.

As for the additional strap, it is the cross strap. They are included in all of Timbuk2's messengers, used to stabilize the bag.


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