waah like that he is not doing his job. so many ppl never notice! but then during the show, 1 lady was so shocked to see him all decked out in modulus pouches that she asks why are we bullying him. LOL
Thought I'd share with you all how I pack the Airport Antidote when going on an event shoot. I promised someone here I'd do it, so here it is.
As you all can see, looks a bit squeezy here. Bag can still be closed comfortably. I shot these before I ended up taking out the two fast primes, and packing my laptop adaptors and hard disk into the space that it occupied.
Goes into a padded section made up of some dividers put together.
The main prob is the lightsphere. It's bulky. I found that this Sliplock Case (Sliplock Case 50AW) holds the LS, Sto-fen and lens hoods really comfortably, so it's first choice for this role. Sadly, nothing TTP has on their product line can do this at the same price point.
Fits into a Lowepro Sliplock Case 30, until I save up for Lightning Fast. Still, this has an extra elastic front pocket for lens caps, or an extra set of batteries, so it's pretty good a case.
Continuing in next post.
I use the Chimp Cage as a dual LC 35, to hold two normal focal length lenses. Apparently my feedback to TTP, to have a dual lens changer of some kind, sort of went through, because the new Skin modulus pouches has something of a similar idea, but designed to hold longer lenses as well.
Carried in a LC75 Pop-down. Usually I'd borrow a 70-200 f/2.8L IS USM from my friend if I need long lens coverage indoors, but occasionally I'll bring my own Sigma 100-300 f/4. The Sigma is notably longer than the 70-200, when the hood is attached, hence the need for the pop-down.
More photos here. I didn't post all that I took, so if you wanna see how the Lowepro 60AW fit the two fast primes, it's over there. I host on Facebook, cos it's more or less unlimited bandwidth and photo count.
Although, there's something I wish to object. Have you seen the 100-300mm f/4 with hood before? Even with the pop down extended, on the LC75 Pop-down, it's just the right length. How am I supposed to work with a large lens drop in?
Also, the 35&50 can be stacked when being packed, but in any case they will still need their two separate slots on the belt during shooting itself, so is there really a need to stack the lenses when transporting? BTW, I also don't own a Lightning Fast pouch.
It should not be call - All the other stuff, it should be call - Just the little stuff
Canon 30D, G11, 50 f1.8II, 10-22 f3.5-4.5, 24-70 f2.8L, 70-200 f2.8L IS, EX580II