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#1 jpeg2RAW - Mike

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Posted 03 August 2013 - 09:11 PM

I really need a new camera bag, any recommendations?


Bodies - Nikon D700, D2x & D100.
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Posted 15 August 2013 - 07:56 AM

I got a Lowepro Fastpack 350 and I really love it. I hate having to take the bag off to get the camera out, half the time when im out with the fmaily I just didn't bother. Now though I just flip open the side pocket and take out the camera without even taking off the backpack.

Having storage for my laptop and also a section for drink/snacks is good as well an "all camera and nothing else bag wouldn't" work for me with young kids.

http://store.lowepro...ks/fastpack-350

I Imagine you have a lot more gear than me so might not work for you.

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Posted 15 August 2013 - 05:42 PM

That's a good looking bag, price isn't that bad and I like the idea of being able to get to the camera while still wearing the bag.  Thanks for the idea.

Bodies - Nikon D700, D2x & D100.
Nikon Lens - (70-200 f/2.8) - (85mm f/1.8) - (50mm f/1.8) - (50mm f/1.4) - (24-85 f/3.5) - (55mm f/2.8) - (35 f/1.8 DX)
Sigma Lens - (120-300mm f/2.8)
Tokina Lnes - (12-24 f/4 DX)
Tamron Lens - (90mm f/2.8 Macro)
Teleconverters - Simga 2x, Sigma 1.4x & Nikon 1.4x

Backup - Local backup & CrashPlan for Offsite
Main editing monitor - Dell 27" - U2713HM
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Posted 15 August 2013 - 06:22 PM

I only have a D5100 but it says it will take a pro sized camera and there is plenty of room round mine

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Posted 18 August 2013 - 04:22 PM

I really need two setups;


One that can handle my D700 with battery grip, the 70-200 and a couple smaller lenses, plus a flash.


Another one that can handle everything above, plus a second body and my Sigma 120-300 lens.  May want wheels on this one. :)

Bodies - Nikon D700, D2x & D100.
Nikon Lens - (70-200 f/2.8) - (85mm f/1.8) - (50mm f/1.8) - (50mm f/1.4) - (24-85 f/3.5) - (55mm f/2.8) - (35 f/1.8 DX)
Sigma Lens - (120-300mm f/2.8)
Tokina Lnes - (12-24 f/4 DX)
Tamron Lens - (90mm f/2.8 Macro)
Teleconverters - Simga 2x, Sigma 1.4x & Nikon 1.4x

Backup - Local backup & CrashPlan for Offsite
Main editing monitor - Dell 27" - U2713HM
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Posted 19 December 2016 - 09:48 PM

   A bag is a great thing to look for I myself have a crumpler and is currently in use for about five years so far. Recently I've been looking at some photo vests I understand that it's not for everyone but seems to be ideal, great for outdoor travel and many other uses may not be as fashionable but good for spreading the weight around.

 

I recommend checking it out I'm looking for input so what does everyone think of and find shopping abound?



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Posted 21 December 2016 - 07:29 AM

I have not done a ton of shopping for bags, but none of the ones I have looked at were 100% what I wanted, so I am still searching.


Bodies - Nikon D700, D2x & D100.
Nikon Lens - (70-200 f/2.8) - (85mm f/1.8) - (50mm f/1.8) - (50mm f/1.4) - (24-85 f/3.5) - (55mm f/2.8) - (35 f/1.8 DX)
Sigma Lens - (120-300mm f/2.8)
Tokina Lnes - (12-24 f/4 DX)
Tamron Lens - (90mm f/2.8 Macro)
Teleconverters - Simga 2x, Sigma 1.4x & Nikon 1.4x

Backup - Local backup & CrashPlan for Offsite
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