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    Why not get a Yak? Then you could bring them all

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    The best bag is always the "next" bag.

    Do you have to worry about theft from the vehicle? If so, I'd lean toward a less photo-obvious bag.

    When you say "work from the back of a SUV", do you mean within a few feet of the vehicle? If so, then a flip open case (such as the Halliburton might be easiest. But not if you're carrying any distance.

    In any case, you may want to use a belt pack or fanny pack for the odd bits so they're handy.

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    I use a combination of 2 bags: a Photobackpacker P2 for hiking and a Pelican (?1620 with partitions) for in the car and plane travel.

    Inside the Photobackpacker, I use one of his camera cases but use a Cabela's fly fishing reel cases for the lenses.
    Jerold Harter MD

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    Okay I'll play. I've done the 'back of the car' thing before. Best thing I've used for that is a Pelican...with dividers.

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    Lowepro Orion Trekker II right now; I'm looking for a new bag but who isn't?
    I once used a laptop rolling case for the transport of my Kodak 2D 5x7 with accessories, it worked great.
    I'm thinking of one of these shoulder bags, better for my back.
    I'd like a new hard case for carry on of said 4x5 or big medium format, any new ideas.
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    Everytime I find a film or paper that I like, they discontinue it. - Paul Strand - Aperture monograph on Strand

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