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Old 08-18-2014   #41
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Four cameras four no name bags. Each bag holds the camera and it's associated stuff. I like to just grab and go and know I have whatever I need.
That's my ideal. I'm working toward it. But I like to bring a lot of stuff, including several Nikons that share lenses. So there's always some shuffling from one bag to another.

You really want to know how many bags I have? I have an embarrassment of bags:

Domke F-1x (sand)
Domke F-2 (gray)
Domke F-5xb (sand)
Domke F-5xb (black)
Domke F-6 (sand)
Domke F-6 (Olive)
Domke F-6 (Brown Waxwear)
Domke F-803 (Navy)
Lowe-Pro Nova 1 (Black) (two of these)
Lowe-Pro Photo Trekker backpack
Lowe-Pro Sport AW 200 backpack
Tenba big black bag for thr Hasselblad
Tamrac 706 convertible
Tamrac System 8
Tamrac system 10
Tamrac (small, don't know the model)

I think I'm too heavy on Domke and Tamrac. I wonder if I need a Think Tank or a Timbuk2 to round things out?
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I have no idea why I need so many bags too...
I do use them for gym as well as to office though. Its tough to do without them

Domke J3 (Black)
Domke F5 XB (Black)
Domke F2 (Chooclate)
Domke F6 (Olive)
Billingham F1.4 (Khaki)
Billingham Hadley Large (Black)
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That's my ideal. I'm working toward it. But I like to bring a lot of stuff, including several Nikons that share lenses. So there's always some shuffling from one bag to another.

You really want to know how many bags I have? I have an embarrassment of bags...

I think I'm too heavy on Domke and Tamrac. I wonder if I need a Think Tank or a Timbuk2 to round things out?
My shooting needs are pretty simpe. Two fixed lens cameras, two interchangeable lens cameras. On rare occasions I'll grab my tripod.
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I'm pretty minimal.

I have a Pelican 1550 for my 8x10, one lens set-up.
And a Domke F-2 for everything else (typically an M6 TTL, 35 'Cron, Instax and Ricoh GR.

I kinda want something smaller than the F2 that'll just fit my M, some film and the GR.
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5 and use 4 on more or less regular basis (Hadley pro, Lowpro Fastpack 250 and Slingshot 100 as well as old small Tamrac backpack that I don't even remember the model). But I use my Tamrac Expedition 7x only once or twice a year - too big and heavy. I just put there all the gear when I go on holidays and keep it in the car trunk.
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Too many, can't remember all of them without a concerted effort.
And all of them are in use for one thing or another, mostly to store gear in.

What I carry on a daily basis changes based on what equipment I'm intent on using. The Sony Sling bag has seen a lot of use lately as it is big enough to lug around the Leica R8 and a couple of lenses. The Lowepro Teraclime 100 and Billingham Alice L2 for smaller kits and Polaroid cams. One of the two Think Tank Mirrorless Mover bags depending on whether I'm carrying the Sony A7 or Olympus E-M1. The Lowepro Passport Sling if I'm carrying the Hasselblad 500CM.

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I have three, a timbuk2 messenger bag that holds all my stuff (three bodies plus lenses, plus I can strap tripod on), a mid-size bag (brand?) that holds two cameras and three extra lenses, and a small tamrac bag that holds one body and two lenses. All those bags will also hold quite a few rolls of film (especially the messenger bag).

In a lot of ways, the small bag with M3 + 3 lenses is the most practical outfit.

If I get a MF camera in the future, my whole scheme will be screwed up.

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I have around 12 plus bags, or rollers. I primarily use three sizes of Domke, one Millar f-stop messenger and a mid-size Lowepro backpack.

I have a like new Billingham, which was a birthday present in 1983. It was my only bag for years. I no longer use bags that scream, "camera inside", but the Billinghams are amazing quality bags. My Billingham has been to a number of third world countries and never a problem.
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I own and use two bags.
Billingham Hadley Small and Domke F-5 XB.
Billingham is my favorite.
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must look up the billingham leica bag it sounds cool
I prefer the Billingham Hadley Small to their Leica version as the Hadley Small straps can be replaced where the Leica version are permanently fixed.
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Old 08-19-2014   #51
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4 bags, 3 Domke a 1 generic. The 4x5 travels in a foot locker like case.
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Old 08-19-2014   #52
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boy oh boy that is a lot of bags you must have a very understanding wife
Yes I suppose so - but then again I do not object to her 4 story doll's house being placed in the living room
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I wonder if we totted up how much we have all spent on bags and cameras etc how much that would make, Im scared to even think about how much I have spent over the last 40 years
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I wonder if we totted up how much we have all spent on bags and cameras etc how much that would make, Im scared to even think about how much I have spent over the last 40 years
I don't want to know. It's negative energy...

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Four Lowepro's including a Slingshot and a Passport along with several smaller ones, a Tamrac Aria 6, a Domke Bug Bag 30 and a Pentax branded bag that works well with a 120 folder, a light meter and a couple rolls of film.

I also have several non-camera related bags that I occasionally use and a few hard leather camera bags that I never use.
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thinking seriously of getting a billingham hadley, what is the biggest hadley you can get
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You'd be looking for a "Large Pro." Be aware, they are huge!
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You'd be looking for a "Large Pro." Be aware, they are huge!
would a bronica body and a fujifilm x pro 1 fit in it
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Assuming the SQ-A is similar in size to a Hassy 500, yes. Adding the XP would not be a problem, but you might lose it in there!

Seriously, mine was so big -well, it was too big! I sold it on!
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Here is a site with a comparison. Read the comments re what might fit: http://leolaksi.wordpress.com/2009/0...-hadley-small/
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Assuming the SQ-A is similar in size to a Hassy 500, yes. Adding the XP would not be a problem, but you might lose it in there!

Seriously, mine was so big -well, it was too big! I sold it on!
thanks for the inside knowledge, I have a 335 that is over three decades old and showing worse for ware
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4 bags total, 3 Artist & Artisans and 1 other. 2 bags for film camera use and 2 for digital. Also have to f stop backpacks for use when traveling.
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I'm looking for a backpack style bag that offers protection and loads from the top. Most backpack for cameras need to be put flat on the ground or are split in the center. Both types have been awkward even dangerous to use, interms of gear tumbling out. Suggestions?
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In regular use:

A Tamrac roller-bag, just barely 'legal' for overhead luggage. Sometimes (like right now) used with dividers to carry camera gear, laptop, hard drives etc. but mostly with dividers out as a general-use carry-on bag. It's had a lot of use, and so wear, and is sorely in need of replacement. I'll probably buy one just like it (if I can).

A Lowepro Slingshot, which mostly gets used to hold camera gear in the boot of the car rather than for carrying cameras around, though it's used that way sometimes.

Two Lowepro large 'sliplock' camera pouches used as stand-alone bags (unfortunately, it seems, they're no longer available else I'd buy a couple more). One permanently holds an RF camera (whether M type 240, M3 or Hexar RF) and a few lenses - whatever my current "go to" gear is; while the other carries something else (whatever that is at any given time) - a 5D plus 50mm/f1.2 and 24mm/f2.8 is a common carry, or an OM-4T and a couple of Zuiko lenses, or (all too occasionally) a Rolleicord, or "whatever". These two are my most-used bags.

A Tamrac "snoot" type bag with 50D and 100-400mm zoom plus one other lens (often the 24mm/f2.8, sometimes a 18-55mmIS, sometimes a 35mm/f2).

All but the first have a random-ish collection of microfibre cloths, Lens-Pen lens brushes, spare batteries of multiple types and film or memory cards (sometimes both, sometimes wrongly ).

I have 3 other bags that get less use: one carrying a multiple-body Nikon film kit; one suited to carrying two RF cameras plus 4-5 lenses (both from Lowepro) and a small Tamrac bag with a Pentax SLR and two lenses.

I haven't bought a bag in ages, so I guess the above must suit me.

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3 bags. A Billingham Hadley small for everyday use. I take this to work and it fits an M3 with a collapsible 50, my wallet and e-reader, 2 rolls of film, my lunch box and some cables / external batteries etc.

I have a Billingham F4.5 which is somewhat larger and I use that on weekends when I also carry a medium format with me.

Then from the old DSLR days I have a Vanguard backpack that I only use to store stuff in these days.

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I'm looking for a backpack style bag that offers protection and loads from the top. Most backpack for cameras need to be put flat on the ground or are split in the center. Both types have been awkward even dangerous to use, interms of gear tumbling out. Suggestions?
Look at the FStop bags, never had any problems with items tumbling out.

I own a GURU and a Tilopa model from FStop.

http://fstopgear.com/product
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i've switched to one bag for my EDC and cameras: Finnish army gas mask bag ...
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i've switched to one bag for my EDC and cameras: Finnish army gas mask bag ...
Hey Paul
Excellent taste man!! I use the olive colored canvas Finnish mask bag as well.
All those little pockets under the flap are great.
I got a $6 lightly padded drawstring top insert from ebay that nests perfectly.
I'm going to attempt to wax mine.
With prices in the teens to replace it .... seems pretty low risk If I fail
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This what I generally use for Film Leicas. Usually alternate this Domke with an M Classics, CCS or Billingham Hadley Pro shoulder bag. They do a similar job but hang quite differently so its good to change them round every few weeks or so. That way the strain isn't always on same part of the back. If I need more space to carry more bits and pieces, especially if away for a couple of days, its a Billingham Packington. My usual 2x D700's plus couple of zooms, 50mm/1.8, flash, etc. working press kit lives in either a Lowe Pro backpack or CCS shoulder bag.

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I Use Billingham Hadley Pro every day and I also have Filson, Crumpler, and Lowepro. I tried Ona and a few others. It's all a matter of preference.



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I mostly use just one, a Lowe-Pro Nova 4 (I had to go look), a medium size bag that seems able to manage whatever gear I want to take... Mostly on vacation trips, as otherwise I don't use a bag. And other stuff that's useful to have at hand is usually in it too, like iPad Mini, headphones, airline boarding pass, etc.

Overall I think I have about 5 bags, or 6 if I include the Lowe-Pro Photo-Trekker backpack that came with a used Pentax-67 kit. And a small bag I've never used that was a website promotional item. I expect a lot of us have multiple bags sitting unused.

I recall buying a bag, maybe the Nova 4, at the Tall's Camera outlet in Northgate Mall, Seattle. I wanted something for my then-new Bronica RF645 and had it along to see how it would fit various bags. The salesman fell all over himself in surprise and excitement about the Bronica! And he made the sale...
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I have at least ten bags that I use.
For travelling on assignment, Pelican 1600something case. For shooting, the smallest one that can hold the whole gear to be used. The most used are Domke F5XB, ThinkTank SpeedDaemon, ThinkTank Retrospective 10, and Domke F3X.
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At least half a dozen. I like having my cameras and all their respective attachments in one place so nothing gets mislaid and everything is ready to go.
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You'd be looking for a "Large Pro." Be aware, they are huge!
I currently have a Hadley Small and wondering if I need a bigger bag for laptop, clothes and cameras for a 1-3 days trip.
Today I decided not to bid on a Hadley Large Pro because the frequency that I use that bag is pretty rare.
In the end, it was sold for 300$ included a sp50. Link here if you care
http://pages.ebay.com/link/?nav=item...d=271840122830
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Bought the large one over twenty years ago.
These days I only use the small ... if it doesn`t go in that ...it doesn`t go.
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