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    Default Re: Think Thank Bag Part 2

    I would prefer robo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoakm View Post
    I would prefer robo.
    robo??

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    hmmm guys, which UD can fir a 70-200 + 40D + grip attached , standing vertical ?

    Thanks. UD 30/40/50/60 all can ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randius View Post
    Still struggling over which to bring... Speed Belt + Speed Changer or Change Up...
    aiyah. everything. better to have everything you can choose on the spot rather than limited options..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randius View Post
    While browsing through Tamrac's website, I come across their patented memory/battery card management system of flipping red tags to indicate a memory is (almost) full or battery is (almost) depleted. Perhaps TTP should come up with some way of indication for their Pixel Pocket Rocket, ten CF cards are a lot to comb through to find out which is empty.

    k3nn3th03, can I ask how does the Glass Taxi feel if you carry it horizontally, rather than vertically as depicted on TTP website? Meaning one end of the Curved Comfort will be attached to the top ring and the other to the bottom and carried like a shoulder bag. Will the Glass Taxi balance well in such a way?
    jus try...

    maybe i dun have much stuff inside..

    wait wise, i feel ok....

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrifeYun View Post
    hmmm guys, which UD can fir a 70-200 + 40D + grip attached , standing vertical ?

    Thanks. UD 30/40/50/60 all can ?
    Maybe this info help.

    http://www.thinktankphoto.com/ttp_product_UrbnDsgs.php
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    Quote Originally Posted by syc77 View Post
    robo??
    Apologies should be Jobo.

    http://www.shutterbug.net/news/121207jobo/
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    Did anyone get a holster such as the DH40?
    I am thinking of getting one to use with my pro-speed belt or attach to the pixel racing harness? Would really appreciate if anyone who has tried that advise if this is okay?

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    would prefer the Lowepro Toploader for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMC View Post
    would prefer the Lowepro Toploader for that.
    Tks. I have used Lowepro's Sideline shooter, Orion AW and Omni Trekker extreme and they served me well. I had also wanted to get a Lenstrekker and S&F modular system but got a TT Glass Taxi and TT modular system instead after seeing the Glass Taxi is more suitable for my purpose. But why do you prefer the Lowepro model to TT's?

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    expandability on sides. the shape and design.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMC View Post
    expandability on sides. the shape and design.
    Tks. I'll check out the Lowepro holster before deciding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoakm View Post
    very expensive leh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by syc77 View Post
    very expensive leh.
    so far, based on personal experience, the vosonic is good enuf, can be used as storage, viewer, media player & etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scud View Post
    so far, based on personal experience, the vosonic is good enuf, can be used as storage, viewer, media player & etc.
    that's what i feel too.vosonic n zen's,vosonic looks better

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    Quote Originally Posted by syc77 View Post
    that's what i feel too.vosonic n zen's,vosonic looks better
    after checking out vosonic, i never even considered zen.

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    If you want to store images only, Nexto is one of the fastest PSD around.
    http://www.nextodi.com/en/product/
    I'm using the ND 2300. Only things I dun like is the small LCD and single button operation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ark19 View Post
    If you want to store images only, Nexto is one of the fastest PSD around.
    http://www.nextodi.com/en/product/
    I'm using the ND 2300. Only things I dun like is the small LCD and single button operation.
    it sucks, get Epson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoakm View Post
    thanks, think maybe will to down TK try haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by syc77 View Post
    very expensive leh.
    ...I want this lah.
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