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    If your belt is adjusted to the correct diameter, no they won't. It has to sit on the hip at just the right tightness.
    mine's adjusted to be somewhat loose instead.

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    mine's adjusted to be somewhat loose instead.
    Actually mine too. I prefer it to sit a little lower, but must find the balance, if not the hips and thighs will feel the fatigue.

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    Hi guys, do you know how waterproof the thinktank bag's fabric is? Without the rain cover I mean.

    Was caught in the rain without the rain cover on and it was too heavy to take the rain cover out. I was scared that the rainwater would get inside the bag once I open it.

    Anyway after the rain stopped, the inside felt dry but I'm very paranoid...
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    Hi guys, do you know how waterproof the thinktank bag's fabric is? Without the rain cover I mean.

    Was caught in the rain without the rain cover on and it was too heavy to take the rain cover out. I was scared that the rainwater would get inside the bag once I open it.

    Anyway after the rain stopped, the inside felt dry but I'm very paranoid...
    Eh?

    If the inside is dry, and the equipment inside is dry, then what cause have you for paranoia?

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    Quote Originally Posted by radioactivebread View Post
    Hi guys, do you know how waterproof the thinktank bag's fabric is? Without the rain cover I mean.

    Was caught in the rain without the rain cover on and it was too heavy to take the rain cover out. I was scared that the rainwater would get inside the bag once I open it.

    Anyway after the rain stopped, the inside felt dry but I'm very paranoid...
    which bag?

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    Quote Originally Posted by calebk View Post
    Eh?

    If the inside is dry, and the equipment inside is dry, then what cause have you for paranoia?
    I know I sound silly. It was a good 3 hours before I opened my bag. I'm paranoid that the inside of the bag was wet but has dried and the water had seep into my lenses.

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    which bag?
    The rotation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by radioactivebread View Post
    I know I sound silly. It was a good 3 hours before I opened my bag. I'm paranoid that the inside of the bag was wet but has dried and the water had seep into my lenses.



    The rotation.
    Well then do your lenses/equipment show ANY signs of having water seep into them?

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    the bag is splash resistant. as long as you dont do a 24km road march in heavy downpour, the inside of the bag should be fine.

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    Thanks guys

    Quote Originally Posted by calebk View Post
    Well then do your lenses/equipment show ANY signs of having water seep into them?
    The equipments look fine. Now that I've calmed down, I'm being overly concerned

    Quote Originally Posted by TMC View Post
    the bag is splash resistant. as long as you dont do a 24km road march in heavy downpour, the inside of the bag should be fine.
    I was under shelter all the time, it was just splashes on the bag. I wouldn't do a 24km road march in heavy downpour, much less with my precious camera & equipment. Sure wish I have such a comfortable backpack while I was doing road marches in the army Thanks for the assurance!

    Thinktank really know their stuff, theirs is the most solid camera bag I've used. Had the thing on my back for the whole 3 hours and didn't even feel it and everything works seamlessly
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    Quote Originally Posted by TMC View Post
    the bag is splash resistant. as long as you dont do a 24km road march in heavy downpour, the inside of the bag should be fine.
    Oi, the bag survied that situation, only for 3km.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoakm View Post
    Oi, the bag survied that situation, only for 3km.
    so early ah ...

    morning tankers...
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    Quote Originally Posted by k3nn3th03 View Post
    so early ah ...

    morning tankers...
    Early JIAO captures the worm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoakm View Post
    Early JIAO captures the worm.
    worm ??

    wat kind of 'worms' ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by k3nn3th03 View Post
    worm ??

    wat kind of 'worms' ??

    "Worm" Virus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by radioactivebread View Post
    Thanks guys



    The equipments look fine. Now that I've calmed down, I'm being overly concerned



    I was under shelter all the time, it was just splashes on the bag. I wouldn't do a 24km road march in heavy downpour, much less with my precious camera & equipment. Sure wish I have such a comfortable backpack while I was doing road marches in the army Thanks for the assurance!

    Thinktank really know their stuff, theirs is the most solid camera bag I've used. Had the thing on my back for the whole 3 hours and didn't even feel it and everything works seamlessly
    with a rotation..... that bag is heavy.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMC View Post
    with a rotation..... that bag is heavy.....
    ya, the bag is heavy but once I carry it on my back, it's more comfortable than a sling bag with half the load
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    Quote Originally Posted by k3nn3th03 View Post
    RT = 2 month

    IPT = 1 month..
    But I heard IPT more siong.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AReality View Post
    But I heard IPT more siong.


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    But can clear faster....BTW, I will fail my IPPT next month. And going for 2 month RT on sept or oct at Maju. Who want to join me?
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    But I heard IPT more siong.


    .
    yea.. but at least get to sweat...

    now bedok ipt not like b4 liao...

    i sweat like 'raining'..

    now dun know fats or muscle aching..

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