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    My new backpack, Seek Outside Exposure 5000

    What a back pack. 2 thumbs up. I can take all my 4x5 gear in an Fstop XL ICU and have enough room for all camping gear and 3-5 days of food.

    4x5 camera, 90mm Schneider Super Angulon f/4.5, Schneider G-Claron 210mm, f/9, 75mm Nikkor f/4.5, Horseman 6x loupe, Chamonix 45H-1, 6 film holders, dark cloth, Pentax Analog Spot meter, note book.
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    Re: My new backpack, Seek Outside Exposure 5000

    Inside of notebook.
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    Re: My new backpack, Seek Outside Exposure 5000

    Quote Originally Posted by Steven Ruttenberg View Post
    What a back pack.
    Excellent, that looks quick to work out of as well. BTW, what is your shelter system? I've gone to a Six Moons Lunar Duo, but I must admit that my humid conditions here in the SE can stress even the traditional double wall designs in terms of condensation.

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    Re: My new backpack, Seek Outside Exposure 5000

    Currently I have a Kelty 2 person tent.

    I am in the SW so we don't usually have issues with condensation.

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    Re: My new backpack, Seek Outside Exposure 5000

    I don't see that pack on the Seek Outside site.
    Please stop feeding the trolls.

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    Excellent, I look forward to some more reviews when you put some miles on it!

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    Re: My new backpack, Seek Outside Exposure 5000

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter De Smidt View Post
    I don't see that pack on the Seek Outside site.
    They just discontinued it. It was under the close out tab. I don't see it now. If you wanted it and called them, they would probably make one for you. They discontinued as it is labor intensive to make and not a large mover.

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    Re: My new backpack, Seek Outside Exposure 5000

    Quote Originally Posted by CreationBear View Post
    Excellent, I look forward to some more reviews when you put some miles on it!

    I will. It will be part of my losing 50 lbs of muscle/fat. Time to come back to reality and give up body building. 55 is not an age to be 250 at 5'10"

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    Re: My new backpack, Seek Outside Exposure 5000

    Just went on a 2 mile walk with it and my 4x5. Felt pretty good, adjust waist belt upwards to other mounting point. I lije the fact it is no taller than my head. I walked under several trees with no issues of snagging like my other large backpack. So far, so good.

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    Re: My new backpack, Seek Outside Exposure 5000

    Steven: Sounds like you have a good system worked out that works for you.

    How much does the photo gear weigh/

    How much does the whole pack weigh with photo gear, camping gear and food for 3 days?
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    There are only three types of mounting flanges; too big, too small and wrong thread!

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