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    btw, i see lots of bros carrying Youngnuo Shutter Release. may i know the advantage of using this against the original infra red remote control from nikon? and what's the price like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309
    hey everyone... any recommendations for a FULLY WATERPROOF bag? looking for one that's the same size as a Large Timbuk2 messenger. gonna buy the inserts elsewhere. cuz i bike more than i drive, therefore it'll be more useful.

    and forewarned! no plastic bag jokes

    thanks!
    Chrome bags?

  3. #103

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    Quote Originally Posted by baggiolee View Post
    btw, i see lots of bros carrying Youngnuo Shutter Release. may i know the advantage of using this against the original infra red remote control from nikon? and what's the price like?
    Im using the Yongnuo Shutter Release because its cheap, however im using it on a canon body instead of Nikon. I paid about $10 SG for it, and the only problem with it is the remote shutter cord unseats quite easily.


    And about the Fully Waterproof Bag, id say get a Timbuk2 classic messenger, In my experience(i walk through rainstorms almost everyday on the way home this time of year), they are totally waterproof, unless you overfill them, or throw them in a lake


    HTH
    Aaron

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    Quote Originally Posted by cg171s View Post
    For normal walkabout

    Bag: Crumpler 7MDH
    Camera: Canon 7D
    Lenses: 24-70 f/2.8 + 70-200 f/2.8 IS
    Filter: Hoya CPL + Tianya 2,4,8 ND + Tianya GND
    Extras: spare battery, extra memory card, Phottix wired/wireless remote

    I'm getting used to the weight already
    Thats a whole lot of heavy stuffs you carry around.
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    ErM...weLL herE's mY BaG coLLEctiOn (aCtuaLLy it's a fEtiSh i thiNk)...I haven't answered the what's in your bag part of the question cos it's highly variable and depends on my mood and objective..

    I have/had the following;
    Kata 123-Go-20
    Crumpler 5 MDH, 7 MDH, Brazillion DH
    Lowepro Nova 160AW, 190AW, 200AW
    Domke F-6

    Here's some of the pictures i took previously...pardon the quality as they were shot using my iphone 3G....

    Crumpler


    Lowepro




    Domke




    Have sold some of my bags and am left with my brazillion for days needing strobes, Nova 200AW for events and Domke F-6 for jalan jalan...

  6. #106

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    When I travel with a light photographic load, I carry the following items in a non-descript bag that I can attach to my belt:

    Canon G11
    Battery charger
    Extra Battery
    Extra memory Cards
    Polarizing Filter

    Last edited by Narsuitus; 4th February 2011 at 07:35 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hazmee
    Here's mine:
    Cool, better than my ntuc plastic bag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by appleshem View Post
    Was wondering where can i get a AA battery holder like those in the picture? cant seems to find it. maybe im not looking hard enough or something.
    when you purchase the eneloop batts. which is wat i did fr redphoto

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silas View Post
    ErM...weLL herE's mY BaG coLLEctiOn (aCtuaLLy it's a fEtiSh i thiNk)
    bro THIS is a bag fetish.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aL_e5OvSpPM

    David Alan Harvey and his garage full of bags.

  10. #110

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    Quote Originally Posted by hydroburn249 View Post
    bro THIS is a bag fetish.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aL_e5OvSpPM

    David Alan Harvey and his garage full of bags.
    tHank gosh...i tot i was a goner....but u have shown me that i still have hope..i can control myself and not buy any more bags.....but wait...u also introduced me to my new idol......i have decided...when i grow up...i want to be like David Alan Harvey and have a garage full of bags...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gohjialong View Post
    So you promoting billingham or safrotto lol.
    If one can afford just go for the billingham for better quality and assurance. Else you can try the safrotto but I feel accessing it can be a chore sometimes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theRenaissance View Post
    If one can afford just go for the billingham for better quality and assurance. Else you can try the safrotto but I feel accessing it can be a chore sometimes.
    yes, i was thinking of getting a billingham or a safrotto too. but the flap thing kinda makes it harder to take things out or keep things. the kata dc-445 im using, the flap opens from nearer to body to away from the body. easier access if you get what i mean.

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    I've got Tamrac Ultra Pro 13 as my location bag, and it holds:

    Nikon D700
    Nikon 14-24/2.8
    Nikon 24-70/2.8
    Nikon 70-200/2.8 VR II
    Nikon 50/1.4G
    Nikon 60/2.8G Micro
    Nikon 85/1.4D
    Nikon 105/2DC
    Nikon 135/2DC
    Nikon MB-D10 battery grip
    Nikon MB-D10 battery grip AA battery holder with 4 batteries
    Nikon TC-14E II teleconverter
    2 x Nikon SB900 (in Nikon SB-900 soft case w/ gel folder+holder, diffuser, stand)
    Nikon MC-30 Wired Remote
    Hahnel Powerstation V Twin Pro with car charger
    Rocket Blower
    2 x Honl Speed Strap
    Honl Speed Grid 1/4
    Honl Speed Snoot
    Honl Color Correction Gel Kit
    Honl Hollywood Color Gel Kit
    Lumiquest LQ-105 80-20 bounce kit
    Lumiquest Softbox III
    Expoimaging Large Positionable Rogue Flashbender
    Expoimaging Small Positionable Rogue Flashbender
    Expoimaging Rogue Flashbender Bendable Bounce Card/Flag
    Delkin Devices 6-in-1 card reader
    4 x AA Energizer Lithium batteries
    1 x Apple Camera Connection Kit
    1 x iPhone/iPad Sync/Charge cable
    Matin Filter Case with Sigma 58mm CPL and 77mm CPL filter
    BlackRapid RS7 camera strap with BR Joey J-1 containing extra EL-3e battery and spare 8GB CF card

    Loving this bag big time as it holds all my equipment outside of my Manfrotto 190XPROB tripod, 680 monopod, Cullman Magnsit ballhead, 2 Nano lightstands with umbrellas (am looking for a bag for these now), and a 5-in-1 circular reflector. The only bag better than the Tamrac Ultra Pro 13 is the Super Pro 14, which I'm having problems locating in Singapore.
    Last edited by ghoonk; 13th February 2011 at 02:30 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silas View Post
    ErM...weLL herE's mY BaG coLLEctiOn (aCtuaLLy it's a fEtiSh i thiNk)...I haven't answered the what's in your bag part of the question cos it's highly variable and depends on my mood and objective..

    I have/had the following;
    Kata 123-Go-20
    Crumpler 5 MDH, 7 MDH, Brazillion DH
    Lowepro Nova 160AW, 190AW, 200AW
    Domke F-6

    Here's some of the pictures i took previously...pardon the quality as they were shot using my iphone 3G....

    Crumpler


    Lowepro




    Domke




    Have sold some of my bags and am left with my brazillion for days needing strobes, Nova 200AW for events and Domke F-6 for jalan jalan...
    Want to start a bag fetish society?

    In addition to my Tamrac, I have

    - CaseLogic backpack (http://www.caselogic.com/slr_camera_...ductid=1357947)

    - Lowepro Exchange Messenger (http://www.lowepro.com/exchange) - really not suited for the weight of the D700

    - Crumpler 8 MDH (Vday gift from wife, needs to be seasoned as it's way too stiff)

    - Crumpler Bunion Insert (great for stuffing into into a big messenger bag of my choice to transform it into an organized camera messenger bag!)

    - ThinkTank Retrospective Lens Changer 3 (http://www.thinktankphoto.com/produc...ulder-bag.aspx), which I use as a shooting bag than for actual transport

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    For walk about I prefer light load. Either one of the below system.

    d3s / 16-35mm / 24-120mm / Spare cell / CPL / Cleaning kit

    1d4 / 17-40mm / 24-70mm / Spare cell / CPL / Cleaning kit

    Bags: Pacsafe, Streetwalker

  16. #116

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghoonk View Post
    Want to start a bag fetish society?
    LoL! Dun think that's advisable...many women (wives, girlfriends, boyfriends) will then know where and how we operate...we gotta keep our bag fetish a stealth operation to avoid the relentless naggings...LoL!!

    Oh yah...btw...i have a confession....i just bought another bag last thursday...have to add it to my list...Lowepro ProRunner 200AW and used it once ytd and think its slightly too small...will probably get the 300 version soon to replace it...hahahaha

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    They should say. Most of them are bag and shoe fetish experts. My wife asked me why i needed so many bags, I asked her the same question, answer was the same - for different occasions mah!

    I got itchy fingers, want to get a tamrac super pro 14 and a lowepro stealth reporter 550aw. Aside from the tamrac, every other bag was bought last week, so I can't push my luck!
    Nikon // Hasselblad // Mamiya // Fujifilm // Sony

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    Silas, by the way, you ever noticed that there's never a bag that's too big? Only too small heh
    Nikon // Hasselblad // Mamiya // Fujifilm // Sony

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghoonk View Post
    Silas, by the way, you ever noticed that there's never a bag that's too big? Only too small heh
    I've got bags that are too big, that's why I need to get different sized bags
    It is the camera, not the photographer.
    my flickr - adamloh.com

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    How big is too big?
    Nikon // Hasselblad // Mamiya // Fujifilm // Sony

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