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    Quote Originally Posted by Cowseye
    Hi guys, I had stuffed my kata DR466i to it's limit and it's tearing my hair out trying to stuff my things in. I need help putting my gears in. Here are my usual setup combinations:

    Setup 1:
    Cam body: D300s
    Lenses:
    1. 11-16mm
    2. 28-75mm
    3. 150-500mm
    Other accessories:
    4. Benro GH-A & plate
    5. Sirui K20x
    6. 6pc square filter pouch
    7. 6pc screw on filter pouch
    8. Square filter holder + 2 adapters
    9. Tripod
    10. Insect repellant
    11. Water bottle (500ml)
    12. SB-900
    13. Timer remote trigger
    14. MB-D10

    Setup 2
    Cam body: D300s
    Lenses:
    1. 105mm micro
    Other accessories:
    2. Fotomie twin flash holder
    3. Sirui K20x
    4. 2 x Sunpak RD2000 flash
    5. 1 transmitter & 2 receiver radio trigger
    6. Tripod
    7. Insect repellant
    8. Water bottle (500ml)
    9. 2 x diffuser bowl for the twin flash

    I need a bag that fits both setups, or any other suggestions that complements my current bag without the need to hand carry.

    Thank you all in advance
    Try airborne series from vanguard. Tough, value & huge.

  2. #222

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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309 View Post
    What's in my bag? Potato chips, canned drinks and manga. The inserts really help to keep the chips uncrushed

    eh..ur going for picnic?

  3. #223

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    Thinktank Streetwalker Pro
    Canon 50d + BG-E2n
    Sigma 30 1.4
    Canon 50 1.4
    Canon 70-200 2.8
    Nissin Di622 Mark 2
    Batteries, CF cards, card reader, lens cleaner, redbull and marlboro ice blast XD

    Those are my cosplay setup, for street or casual shoot with friends or groups, i usually use a school messenger bag with ebay padding, with 50d and 30 1.4 and 1 extra batt.

    Lazy setup is just steal my younger bro's EP-1 with 17mm, lol

  4. #224

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    1. Money making tools.
    2. Sledgehammer
    3. Motor powered chainsaw
    4. Dynamic Entry Tool
    5. Xue Di Zi 血滴子
    6. Shurikens
    7. Chloroform
    8. Meat grinder
    9. Cattle prod

    Ok, not serious about 2 to 9.
    WTB Manfrotto RC4 L Bracket

  5. #225

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    Anyone using Thinktank retrospective 5? Will it fit d90 + 18-105(mounted) + 50mm+ SB700 and couple of eneloops...

    Thanks

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    - 500D
    - 17-50
    - 10-22 -> or replace with 55-250
    - Nissin Di622 mkII -> or replace with water bottle.
    - 2-3 sets of Camera battery
    - 1 extra set of eneloops for flash
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  7. #227

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    Here's what I have in my Pelican case when I'm on overseas assignment.







    1) Canon 5D Mk II w batt grip
    2) 17-40mm F4 L
    3) 24-70mm F2.8 L
    4) 70-200mm 2.8 L Mk II
    5) 2x convertor Mk III
    6) Zacuto EVF Pro (for those backbreaking low angle shots
    7) 580EX II Flash
    8) Remote switch
    9) Gitzo 1551 (which I dump in my main luggage)
    10) Spare D5 MkII body (my main luggage)
    11) and a host of 'wu-eh-boh-eh' like blower, cleaning kit, hdmi cable, spare batts, chargers...

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    I'm wondering, how much you guys has spend on it?

    Inside my bag still only have 2 things since last year :/
    1. Canon 550D
    2. Kit I lens (18-55mm)
    3. External flash (Coming soon)

    Thinking of buying external flash soon. The choice is between YN or Nissin, based on what I read on this forum

  9. #229
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    Mine:

    Hadley Pro Camera Bag

    1) 600D + Sigma 50mm 1.4
    2) 18-55
    3) Accessories pouch (Cleaning Kits)

    (=

  10. #230

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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309
    What's in my bag? Potato chips, canned drinks and manga. The inserts really help to keep the chips uncrushed
    You mean the pads keeps the chips uncrushed....

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    Lowepro Flipside 300 to carry Nikon D700 with battery grip, AF-I 300mm/2.8, AF-S 35mm/1.4, AF-S 85mm/1.4, AF 20mm/2.8, SB-900, tripod

  12. #232

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    My contribution for medium format shooters:

    Thinktank Airport Airstream v2.0. Meets international carry-on size restrictions, and I carry a laptop bag (Urban Disguise 50) that holds my 500CM and two lenses, plus an X100 in addition to my 15" MBP



    Clockwise from bottom left:

    Horseman SWD-II with 24mm Schneider APO-Digitar XL lens and Hasselblad V-mount adapter
    Bulb blower
    Manfrotto mini tripod. Small, but strong enough to support any of my MFD systems
    Carl Zeiss 67mm UV filter and CPL filter (separate cases)
    Spirit level
    Hasselblad 180mm f4 CF lens (in the black & grey pouch)
    Hasselblad Image Bank II (100GB) Firewire storage solution
    Hasselblad 28mm f4 HCD lens with lens hood
    2 Hasselblad 7.2V Li-Ion battery grips
    Hasselblad H4D-31 with attached 80mm f2.8 HC lens and battery grip
    B+W 95mm ultrawide CPL filter in filter pouch
    Leaf Aptus 54S (Hasselblad V-mount) with 2 Leaf batteries and 2 Sony batteries for the Hasselblad Image Bank II underneath
    Red leather thingy are Moo.com minicards

    Not in pic:
    6 extra PC sync cables
    1 cable shutter release
    1 Hasselblad Bay 60 CPL filter
    1 Hasselblad waist-level viewfinder
    Body and lens caps for Hasselblad H4D and lens
    Body and lens caps for Hasselblad 500CM and lens

    I also have a Lowepro Vertex 200AW for a slightly different configuration:



    Clockwise from bottom left:
    Hasselblad 28mm f4 HCD lens (fat side up)
    Leaf Aptus 54S with Hasselblad lens hood for 80mm f2.8 CF (2 Leaf batteries usually sit inside the hood. Not in pic cos I took them out for charging)
    Lens hood for Hasselblad 28mm HCD lens
    Hasselblad 500CM with PME5 metered prism finder and attached 80mm f2.8 CF lens
    Kirk L-bracket for Hasselblad H-series camera, along with allen keys, screws, etc. Sony batteries for Hasselblad Image Bank II are underneath
    Horseman SWD-II with attached 24mm Schneider APO-Digitar XL lens
    Hasselblad H4D-31 with attached battery grip, two extra battery grips, and bulb blower

    Front pockets hold the Manfrotto mini tripod, extra batteries, Leaf Aptus sensor cover, Hasseblad 500-series body covers (front and back), Hasselblad H and V body and lens caps. And name cards

    And yes, the Airport Airstream holds LESS than the Vertex 200AW. Difference is that the Airstream will likely sneak past EU checkin counter staff, while the Vertex would kill my back in no time. Plus, with the Vertex, they won't allow me to carry my inconspicuous looking laptop bag
    Last edited by ghoonk; 7th January 2012 at 10:16 PM.
    Nikon // Hasselblad // Mamiya // Fujifilm // Sony

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bozora View Post
    Here's what I have in my Pelican case when I'm on overseas assignment.







    1) Canon 5D Mk II w batt grip
    2) 17-40mm F4 L
    3) 24-70mm F2.8 L
    4) 70-200mm 2.8 L Mk II
    5) 2x convertor Mk III
    6) Zacuto EVF Pro (for those backbreaking low angle shots
    7) 580EX II Flash
    8) Remote switch
    9) Gitzo 1551 (which I dump in my main luggage)
    10) Spare D5 MkII body (my main luggage)
    11) and a host of 'wu-eh-boh-eh' like blower, cleaning kit, hdmi cable, spare batts, chargers...
    Sweet setup! Was thinking of getting a Pelican for my travel, using the divider setup like yours. Some questions:

    1. do you check this in or carry-on? If carry-on, do the check-in counters give you grief? if checked in, any worry about theft and how do you mitigate?
    2. where did you get this in Singapore, and what's the approximate price (including the dividers)?
    3. Does this case have rollers?
    Nikon // Hasselblad // Mamiya // Fujifilm // Sony

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    Quote Originally Posted by xujia View Post
    Try airborne series from vanguard. Tough, value & huge.
    Can't find any info on the Vanguard Airborne series. There's a Skyborne series though - is that what you were referring to?

    @xujia - go check out the Tamrac Expedition series bags as well as the Lowepro Vertex 200 or 300.
    Nikon // Hasselblad // Mamiya // Fujifilm // Sony

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    And my Nikon bag - an Airport Security 2.0. Big, heavy, will usually not pass EU check-in counters since the damn thing looks heavy even when empty. I use this for location shoots, especially for concerts and motorsports



    Left column, from bottom
    - Nikon D3s
    - BlackRapid DR-1 dual-body harness/strap
    - AF-S Micro-Nikkor 105mm f2.8G VR II lens in pouch, lens hood for 24-70 on top
    - 2 SB-900 Speedlights in pouches, complete with stand, gel filters and diffusers (standard SB-900 package)
    - Thinktank raincover for Airport Security 2.0

    Center column, from bottom
    - Empty space (waiting for a PC-E Nikkor 24mm f3.5 to surface). For now, holds batteries, D3s charger, cables, Hahnel Twin Charger Pro system for D700 batteries
    - AF-S Nikkor 14-24mm f2.8G lens (fat side up)
    - PC-E Micro-Nikkor 85mm f2.8 lens
    - AF-S Nikkor 70-200mm f2.8G VR II lens with hood inverted

    Right column, from bottom
    - D700 with attached MB-D10 battery grip with BL-3 adapter and D3s battery
    - AF-S Nikkor 50mm f1.4G lens sitting on top of an AF-D Nikkor 85mm f1.4D lens
    - AF-D Nikkor 105mm f2DC lens
    - AF-D Nikkor 135mm f2DC lens
    - AF-S Nikkor 24-70mm f2.8G lens
    - AF-D Nikkor 35mm f2 lens
    Nikon // Hasselblad // Mamiya // Fujifilm // Sony

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjackal
    1. Money making tools.
    2. Sledgehammer
    3. Motor powered chainsaw
    4. Dynamic Entry Tool
    5. Xue Di Zi 血滴子
    6. Shurikens
    7. Chloroform
    8. Meat grinder
    9. Cattle prod

    Ok, not serious about 2 to 9.
    Normally I just pack a pair of Glocks...ur stuff too heavy..
    On my Blacklist. u should blacklist this too.
    9022 9295

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    A simple Lowepro Event Messenger with a K-5, 18-55 and 50-200
    Pentax K-5 | DA 18-55 WR | DA 50-200 WR

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    as i've posted in the Billingham Hadley Pro thread:

    1x Alpha A850 body
    1x SAL35F14G
    1x Minolta 70-210 AF (Beercan)
    1x NEX-7 with SEL1855 kit lens
    1x Instax Mini 50s with 4 extra packs of film

    plus other stuff like cigarettes, iPod, blower, lens pens, tissue paper, notepad and pens.

    as you can see below:


    and here:


    Left-side - Instax 50s, 4 packs of film, NEX-7 with SEL1855

    Middle - Minolta 70-210 AF

    Right-side - SAL35F14G and A850

    Behind insert - Notebook

    Left Pouch - Lens Pens, Blower, Cloth, Pens, Flashlight

    Right Pouch - Mobile Phone Portable Charger, Phone Cable, Cigarettes, Memory Cards, Gatsby Facial Wipes, Spare Camera batteries (NEX, A850 and Instax 50s)

    Accessory Pouch - iPoh Touch. my keys go in there too
    Last edited by kei1309; 21st April 2012 at 03:17 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309
    as i've posted in the Billingham Hadley Pro thread:
    Your belt straps look sad.
    Last edited by digitalpimp; 21st April 2012 at 03:26 AM.

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    Smoker united

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