Need some recomendation for camera bag


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Macho68

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Hi gang,
I need some recomendation or opnion on the above.

Item that i'm carried at this moment:

1 body D200
1 body D70
2 SB 800
1 Nikon 17-55mm
1 Nikon 70-200mm (future plan)
1 Nikon 85mm
1 Battery Grip for D200
Laptop (max of 15.4")
A few CF cards & batter charger

I'm looking for lowepro or any similar product. Which model suits my equipment?

Thanks:)
 

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Tink u will need sometin with wheels. Yr back is gonna break from all that weight.

I recommend Lowepro Road Runner AW.
 

photobum

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Tamrac makes wonderful trolley bags.
 

night86mare

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Wow, with all that, no need to think of backpack or shoulder bag already..

Do you really need to carry all that? 0.o
 

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jcryan55

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I am selling a Lowe Pro Rolling Computrekker Plus AW bag. That shld comfortably fit in all the above equipment plus your laptop.
 

zac08

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Hi gang,
I need some recomendation or opnion on the above.

Item that i'm carried at this moment:

1 body D200
1 body D70
2 SB 800
1 Nikon 17-55mm
1 Nikon 70-200mm (future plan)
1 Nikon 85mm
1 Battery Grip for D200
Laptop (max of 15.4")
A few CF cards & batter charger

I'm looking for lowepro or any similar product. Which model suits my equipment?

Thanks:)
I'm just gonna say one thing here.. I have about half the weight of gear you mentioned... and already it's killing my shoulders... And I've already invested in a trolley to save my shoulders, so you would really need to rethink this plan. It's gonna be a BIG and heavy bag.
 

Macho68

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hi everyone thanks for the feedback. Frankly i dont really carry laptop during my photoshoot only when I'm attending workshop.

trolley a bit bulky rite? let say if i go for lowerpro (not too sure abt the model) i saw the one can accomodate lap top slightly bigger then the normal computrekker...anyone know the model?
 

ihub88

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1 body D200
1 body D70
1 SB 800
1 Nikon 17-55mm
1 Nikon 70-200mm
1 Battery Grip for D200
1 Nikon FE 10.5mm
Laptop (14")
A few CF cards
190prob with 488 head
2 500ml bottles

Its not really that heavy, its just a matter of getting use to it. all carried in a NGC bag
 

zac08

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hi everyone thanks for the feedback. Frankly i dont really carry laptop during my photoshoot only when I'm attending workshop.

trolley a bit bulky rite? let say if i go for lowerpro (not too sure abt the model) i saw the one can accomodate lap top slightly bigger then the normal computrekker...anyone know the model?
Well... actually the trolley is more or less camou'ed by the bag. I use a Tamrac Pro 8 and it's rather large. So lucky on my shoulders for now.
 

Zephirum

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2 DSLR body, I think 2 separate bags for each body is better.
 

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