pls help recommend a bag that can fit d200 + Batt Grip + LENSes


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macchiato

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Hi ,

been looking ard for a bag that can fit the following
1) d200 + batt grip
2) SB-800
3) 24-70
4) 70-200
5) Tripod
and if possible...
6) Macbook Pro (15inch)

almost giving up as I cannot find the kind of backpacks I have in time.

Wanted something that's not too big and yet able to fit these equipment, and allows you quick access.

hope to hear from you soon!
 

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Ali BaBa bag with padding works wonders...and you can drag it around too!!!

Alternative those large Lowepro slingbags should work wonders!
 

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Hadley large... might be able to stick the laptop in between the bag and insert, but I feel it might be a bit squeezy.
And tripod... can't fit in there :p

Are you in a rush "backpacks I have in time".
I feel backpacks will definitely be better if you want to hold a lot of gear, less back/shoulder pain, and also can hold laptop. Just no quick-access.

How about thinktank urban disguise 50?

I think you may need to keep lens and body separate though, not attached.
 

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Hi ,

been looking ard for a bag that can fit the following
1) d200 + batt grip
2) SB-800
3) 24-70
4) 70-200
5) Tripod
and if possible...
6) Macbook Pro (15inch)

almost giving up as I cannot find the kind of backpacks I have in time.

Wanted something that's not too big and yet able to fit these equipment, and allows you quick access.

hope to hear from you soon!
How quick access you are talking about?

With such a load and the current backpack configuration, it's still the same for most of the bag, esp in this size.

You can consider the Lowepro Vertex 200 or 300, should be able to load all these gears in.
 

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quick access as in I do not have to take down the bag, unzip blar blar blar before I can reach my camera with lens attached.
some sort of pocket access that I can straight away draw out the cam and shoot even with the bag.

Think Tank looks good. Any idea where I can find it?
interested to check out shape shifter and streetwalk pro.
but I heard it's crazily expensive!
Sian man...

Thanks!
 

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