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Show Us Your Bag V2.0

Discussion in 'Photography & Video' started by Shortass_Jr, Nov 21, 2011.

  1. Shortass_Jr

    Shortass_Jr Member

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    Post a photo of your bag, label your items so others can see whats in your bag and how you set it up :D
     
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  2. Nafe

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    Shortass_Jr

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    ill make a 2.0 if admin don't want it ill dig up the old one.....

    here is my bag the free spot is for a 2nd SB700 should be here tomorrow dam customs waiting 3 days for it a clear :(

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    1. cokin filter rings 42-82mm
    2. spare batteries (eneloops)
    3. cokin filters & ND500
    4. cokin filter holders wide and normal
    5. 2 x MB-D11 AA battery cartridge
    6. body and lens caps
    7. Nikon SB700
    8. Nikon SB700
    9. Nikon 24-70 F2.8 Mounted On Nikon D7000 + MB-D11
    10. Nikon 70-200 F2.8 VR Mounted On Nikon D7000 + MB-D11
    11. Back Rapid DR1
    12. Spare Pocket
    13. Misc Cables EG USB & Card Reader + Chargers
     
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  4. Modafroman

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    I'll bite :) :

    Bag: Crumpler 6MDH (OEM)

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    Left Pocket: Yongnuo YN565 in pouch, stofen diffuser, Blackrapid RS4.
    Centre Pocket: microfibre cloth on the bottom, various hoods all inside eachother and reversed, inside the 70-200mm bag, Canon 60D + Grip + Sigma 17-50mm with hood reversed
    Right Pocket: Canon 70-200mm, Sigma 10-20mm f4-5.6, Canon 50mm f1.8
    Top pocket: Various memory cards, microfibre clothes and business cards
    Front Pocket: Various batteries (Eneloops and LPE6s), 70-200mm tripod collar, aa battery grip slide, remote trigger, ir remote, various spare lens and body caps.

    Too much stuff in not a big enough bag.

    I kinda want a thinktank retrospective bag :p
     
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    u know what i never could understand how you can fit that much in one of those bag hahaha thats why i always went a lowepro.....
     
  6. Arch-Angel

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    I don't think it's a bad idea t make a new V2 thread.
    Original thread is 7 years old now.
     
  7. methd

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    Old Picture:

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    Two D3
    24-70
    70-200
    2 x SB800
    1 x small prime.

    Still looks very small when worn as a backpack so never get questioned at the airport.
     
  8. bueller

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    I'm actually interested in one of those 6MDH's Modafroman - if you ever consider upgrading to a larger one let me know and I'll happily buy it off you!
     
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    what bag is that hien?
     
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    Current setup, excuse the phone camera.

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  11. BRGMCS

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    do it - they're awesome.

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    happily swallows a 7D with 70-200/2.8 on it.
     
  12. a1ring23

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    Which one do you have? I'm considering getting one but not sure whether to go for a 20 or 30...?
     
  13. bueller

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    Is it true that they aren't very well padded though? I do heaps of work in nightclubs and concert venues and I don't like my chances without some pretty substantial padding...

    How would you rate the padding compare to the Crumpler bag pictured above? Been tempted on the Retro 30 myself recently...

    That looks like the 20, the 30 is massive in comparison... You can see a review on youtube at the link below.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7f8Ow9CTsjg
     
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  14. Frozen_Hell

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    Is that a Vertex 200? Looks like it from the squared off top, looks a bit bigger than my Vertex 100, but not bigger than the Vertex 300 that I also have :D
     
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    na i want that bag hahaha its a computrekker plus aw i want a vertex iv got my macbook air 11 in the bottom but i think a vertex 100/200 should fit all my gear in it...
     
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    MIni trekker
     
  17. Psyentist

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    Think Tank Urban Disguise 50 or 60v2

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    135L, 5DII + Sigma 50/1.4, 17-40L

    And then dump 580EXII, Sekonic L-358, Elinchrom Quadra Rangers on top

    Planning to migrate over to a Crumpler Karachi Outpost ...
     
  18. Nafe

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    Lowepro Computrekker AW
    - 1D4
    - 1D3+70-200 2.8 IS
    - 17-40L, 24-70L, 1.4X, 2X, 580EX II, 580EX

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    I also carry my 400 2.8 in its Canon Carry Case and another 1D3 in my suitcase along with my monopod when travelling. If local I just carry the 400+1D3+monopod, plus the Lowepro.
     
  19. Xang

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    Top Half :
    - 135
    - 10-22
    - 50/1.4
    - 2x430EXII
    7D w/24-70
    7d w/grip

    Bottom Half :
    - Profoto AirS 600Ws pack/head
    - PWs
    - Profoto trigger

    And a bunch of other junk in random pockets, torch, shutter release, ND/CPL filters, batteries etc. Fits the 13" Air and/or iPad in the lid/door too if needed.
     
  20. jlien

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    Ah why not, i'll bite. But only because I have the photos laying around.

    The bag I carry around is a crumpler 5mdh, canon edition.

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    And for storage I use one of those bunnings craftright cases.

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    It's an old photo but, i've since sold both the 17-40 and 70-200
     
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