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    Re: Show your bag

    Finally someone who actually left room for film holders in their backpack ;-)

    Wonder what the other guys do?

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    Re: Show your bag

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Petronio View Post
    Finally someone who actually left room for film holders in their backpack ;-)

    Wonder what the other guys do?
    you can't see it in my photo, but on the flap of the backpack (the part that folds out when you unzip the main compartment) there is a big pocket in there, I can carry 8 holders, but I could probably carry double that if I had more to carry. Works quite nicely in a Gnass folder
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    I use a 65L framed backpack with custom insert... custom cause it's only half finished.. might have to tie wife to sewing machine and not let her go until she's finished it! I store DD's and occasionly Grafmatics in those cooler containers in the bottom section. Can get 2 (so about 18 DD's) in there with a few other things. I've made a GG cover out of matt board to protect that (being Satinsnow, don' want to break that!). I use a wood tripod but that's a pain to carry, even in a bag with a shoulder strap. Really need a tripod that can be tied to the backpack.

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    Re: Show your bag

    Quote Originally Posted by Nigel Smith View Post
    I've made a GG cover out of matt board to protect that (being Satinsnow, don' want to break that!).
    I made my GG protector out of a piece of plexiglas scrap, free from the local hardware store. Using my oven to heat up the plexi to about 250 deg F, I formed it into a clamshell cover that slips perfectly around both sides of the GG.

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    Re: Show your bag

    Mountainsmith Odysssey for 5x12- main clamshell in back for camera, horseblanket and 5 lenses, separate compartment for 4 holders, and another separate pocket up font for filters, compendium shade, meter, bag bellows, etc. Mounted on the side are tripod and bracket for verticals.
    Last edited by Colin Graham; 24-Sep-2008 at 17:37.

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    Re: Show your bag

    I keep my film holders in plastic bags. Am I the only one?
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    Dave Karp
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    Re: Show your bag

    No. I keep mine in ziploc type bags. Others use antistatic bags used in the computer industry.

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    Re: Show your bag

    Quote Originally Posted by Colin Graham View Post
    Mountainsmith Odysssey for 5x12- main clamshell in back for camera, horseblanket and 5 lenses, separate compartment for 4 holders, and another separate pocket up font for filters, compendium shade, meter, bag bellows, etc. Mounted on the side are tripod and bracket for verticals.
    Wow! Cool rig. What is the purpose of the aluminum 'L' bracket on the right side (in first photo) ?

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    Thanks Brad. I love the bag just wish it fit me a little better..That bracket is for for mounting the camera on it side. Don't use it that often but it's nice to have for vertical panos. Stole the idea from Lotus

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    Eric Woodbury
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    Re: Show your bag

    Here's a 4x5 travel kit in a Domke Original bag. I don't like backpacks on planes and in cities. Bag has Ebony RW45 with 4 lenses from 58 to 240. 3 lenses in outside pockets. Film holders will fit in outside pockets, too. There is a lightmeter and bottle of water, nicknacks. Tripod is carried by hand.

    And then there is the 5x7 Lowepro medium size backpack for car travel. Lenses from 72 to 450, filters, filmholders, meters, loupe, close glasses, and all the crap in the bag. Room in exterior for water and light coat. Camera and tripod ride on my shoulder usually. Big lenses don't travel far from the car or I get a caddy to help with another bag.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails 4x5 travel kit 2.jpg   5x7 bag 2.jpg  
    Last edited by Eric Woodbury; 4-Dec-2007 at 12:33. Reason: Add pix
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