Lowepro S&F User Setups


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Just thought of this - how about a S&F users' bag setup thread - and a small but detailed enough picture to post so that we can gain inspiration for expansion of our setups... what do you say? Let me begin with my humble setup...


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S&F Reporter 300AW
S&F Deluxe Waistbelt
S&F Bottlebag
 

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Sehsuan, by using the Deluxe waistbelt, you can carry the bag around like it's a waistpouch?

Does it kinda droop down or anything?
 

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SNAG, depending on the things i'm carrying, it does droop just that little, and jogs when i run. i'm actually thinking if the vest harness can be further incorporated into my setup so that i can move easily without weights "jogging" with me. :)
 

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Sehsuan, how much gear do you carry in the 300AW when using the deluxe waist belt ?

I use a S&F Reporter 200AW for my film gear and can get a Nikon F80/AF-S 24-85 plus 5 other lenses, flash, filters and film into it.

So do you need a bag that size on the waist belt ?
 

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huh?
I didn't know that you can squeeze so much equipment into the 200AW!

How in the world can you do this?
care to show some pictures?
 

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huh?
I didn't know that you can squeeze so much equipment into the 200AW!

How in the world can you do this?
care to show some pictures?
just did a quick pic, have a look here
 

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Sehsuan, how much gear do you carry in the 300AW when using the deluxe waist belt ?
i have this idea of buying a bag that's larger than required - so that there need not be another resale/purchase in case of system additions. actually my bag is pretty "empty" - i keep my 10D with vertical grip with a mounted 24-85 f/3.5-4.5 in the centre, and the left and right compartments, i leave them for accessories such as blower, spare batteries, extra media (CF), handphone, homekeys (yes!), thermometer, soft bristle brush and a heck lot of stuff inside, that's why. ;)

will post up a detailed picture of my bag once it dries from the washing i gave it today.
 

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sehsuan said:
i have this idea of buying a bag that's larger than required - so that there need not be another resale/purchase in case of system additions. actually my bag is pretty "empty" - i keep my 10D with vertical grip with a mounted 24-85 f/3.5-4.5 in the centre, and the left and right compartments, i leave them for accessories such as blower, spare batteries, extra media (CF), handphone, homekeys (yes!), thermometer, soft bristle brush and a heck lot of stuff inside, that's why. ;)

will post up a detailed picture of my bag once it dries from the washing i gave it today.
Nah, don't bull :blah: You use it to carry your water bottle!! :eek:
 

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SzennyBoy said:
Okay, I'll bit... Here's my kit:
S&F Rover AW
S&F Deluxe Waistbelt
S&F Shoulder Harness
S&F Lens Case 1
S&F Lens Case 2
S&F Waterbottle Bag
Sliplock Pouch 10

http://mysite.freeserve.com/szenclubsnap/images/RoverAW1.jpg

Hey! Saw your setup. May I know if the Rover AW already comes with a deluxe waist belt?

Was thinking of getting a Reporter bag as I can access the camera quickly when on the move. Found that the Rover AW II needs to be unloaded from my shoulders to access the camera compartment; although its very comfortable to carry for long walks.
 

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Hey! Saw your setup. May I know if the Rover AW already comes with a deluxe waist belt?
I bought it complete with the Deluxe Waistbelt and the Shoulder Harness. This complete set was marketed as the Rover AW Kit and was cheaper than buying the separate components individually.
 

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