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    Re: Backpack for Ritter 8x10

    I have a LowePro Super Trekker that holds a Kodak 2-D. Works great. Everything else has to go in another bag though.
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    Re: Backpack for Ritter 8x10

    Quote Originally Posted by Songyun View Post
    RR810+f64 is like nothing on your back both are so light.
    Can you also fit some film holders in the f64? In pictures it looks like there is a front compartment that may fit them. I am please that the camera will fold with any of my lenses on it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Drew Bedo View Post
    I have a LowePro Super Trekker that holds a Kodak 2-D. Works great. Everything else has to go in another bag though.
    I have a LowePro Super Trekker that I use with my KMV but it does not really fit the Ritter 8x10. Very difficult to zip up. The camera is very light but not quite as small as the KMV or many of the wood cameras.

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