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Dec 09, 2010 16:48 |  #1

Hello. I have tons of bags, but for small day trips and family I am tired of lugging around my different big backpacks when I only want to carry my 5d or my 7d with a 24-70. I am looking for a small bag i can wear around my shoulder where I can heavy easy access to the camera. What are the bags big enough to hold a 5d or a 7d with a 24-70 (with its hood in reverse)? Thanks.


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Dec 09, 2010 16:50 |  #2

a domke f2 can do that with ease.


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Dec 09, 2010 17:03 |  #3

mckinleypics wrote in post #11424736 (external link)
a domke f2 can do that with ease.

eh its a little pricey and it looks quite big. I am looking only to fit a 5d and a 24-70

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A 7d with a 24-70.

I believe the type of bag I am looking for is top loading http://products.lowepr​o.com …Topload-Zoom-2,2052,8.htm (external link).


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Dec 09, 2010 17:25 |  #4

Domke's F5XB is a perfect fit for that. The F-2 is more appropriate for a couple of bodies with, say, 24-70, 70-200 and a third lens of your choice along with their necessary support gear.


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Dec 09, 2010 17:31 |  #5

If thats all you are going to carry, check out the ThinkTank Digital Holster 20. It's a perfect one camera/lens bag and it has room for memory card wallet, and other little accessories.


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Dec 09, 2010 17:42 as a reply to  @ Blue S2's post |  #6

Just posted a review of a ThinkTank Speed Demon Beltpack here

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I think it's exactly what you're looking for


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Dec 09, 2010 17:48 |  #7

Lowepro Classified 140 AW, it works well with my 5dm2 and 24-105mm with plenty of vertical room left for a larger/longer lens. It even carries the camera with the BG-E6, something my Crumpler 5dmh could never do well, the extra height is a bonus, but it's still very compact, narrow and not "box like".

Also less conspicuous than a holster.

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Dec 10, 2010 11:54 as a reply to  @ lannes's post |  #8

The Classified 140AW that lannes suggested would work for your 5D/7D with 24-70 f/2.8. You'll pretty much have to take out all the dividers, but your camera/lens will fit. For reference, I used the 140AW with my 40D with 24-70 f/2.8 attached, and I could also fit my 17-40 or a 580EXII flash.

A lightweight alternative you might consider is the LowePro Exchange Messenger.

http://products.lowepr​o.com …change-Messenger,2189.htm (external link)

It doesn't have a lot of padding, but is very light and conforms to your hip or back. I used mine last weekend carrying just my 7D and 24-70 plus an extra 50mm lens, and I almost forgot the bag was there.


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Dec 10, 2010 11:59 |  #9

Thinktank Digital Holster is ideal, the new version also allows you to attach pouches should you want to add more.


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