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    my 4x5 ( speed ) goes in the fiber box (graflex)
    my series d slr goes in my tenba bag
    rail camera or 5x7 go in a tenba car case.
    i just lug stuff around to a place not far from my car ...
    and don't do hiking or fun stuff like that ...
    but if i did ...

    http://www.photobackpacker.com/home.asp

    it is run by an appugger ( and sponser!! ) and they make great backpacks!
    i have bought things from bruce, the owner/appugger before
    he is a great person, and his products are well worth looking into.
    silver magnets, trickle tanks sold
    artwork often times sold for charity
    PM me for details

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    @ lilmsmaggie: why do you think I bought myself a Shen Hao ?

    Actualy all cases are diferent, I have most of my lenses mounted on Linhof Technika plates (nice and small), so that one is rather shallow.
    Before I leave the house I check every thing the day before, including the shutters.

    Peter

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    Wirelessly posted (BlackBerry9000/4.6.0.167 Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1 VendorID/102 UP.Link/6.3.0.0.0)

    I've never travelled with my 4X5 but - have an old large LC1 army backpack with lots of pockets for storage. It has the frame, belt and lumbar supports. Veru comfortable all things considered.
    Thank you.
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    For 4x5, everything but the tripod is in a Lowepro backpack. The tripod is usually on my shoulder.
    Laurent

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    3-wheeled jogging stroller. Camera in one case. Lenses in another case. Film holders in a shoulder bag. Tripod attached to stroller with two bungee cords.
    When I grow up, I want to be a photographer.

    http://www.walterpcalahan.com/Photography/index.html

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    My 5x4 goes in a backpack and travels many miles that way but when I'm actually shooting it stays on my tripod over my shoulder as I move about, unless I'm working hand-held.

    The 10x8 camera gets carried by hand but all the ancillaries go in a backpack, if I can take an assistant all the better

    Ian

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    Identical to the description by Laurent, my 4x5, folded and strapped for security, is stowed in a LowePro Trekker AW in the space usually reserved for my second 35mm body and 2 lenses for same (can't take everything as it will be too much weight). The tripod is slung over shoulder and doubles as a walking staff when traversing rainforest terrain (very slippery) or when crossing rivers.
    .::Gary Rowan Higgins

    A comfort zone is a wonderful place. But nothing ever grows there.
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    Pelican cases for sure. They're more than worth their weight in camera gear. Either in the canoe, in my bike trailer, or by hand, with a shoulder strap for the tripod.
    Last edited by Thomas Wilson; 03-18-2010 at 07:01 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Such an inventive and resourceful group -- Way Cool!

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    Film holders and lenses in a bag - 8x10 Sinar P with tripod still attached over the shoulder with bellows taped up against GG... Bit of foam to make it comfortable, once its balanced correctly I have 1.5 arms and 2 hands left free for emphatic gesticulation with the wildlife

    If its raining I dont go
    Cleared the bowel problem, working on the consonants...

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