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    I carry a 501C/M, 60mm 3.5, 100mm 3.5, 20 rolls of 120/220, cable release, table top tripod, and either two spare backs or one spare back and a Fuji X100 in the most ratty, gaffers tape covered Domke F3X you have ever seen. I took out the inserts, cut out one of the end dividers and re-attached it to the center as a divider.

    I can walk around and shoot all day with that setup, if I need more room, I use my old Domke F2...

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    Minimalist here:

    Mamiya + 43mm and 80mm with carbon tripod. Some film of course. Why all the rest?
    K.S. Klain

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    Arghhh!

    Prism came in today, after mounting it and placing it in the Streetwalker Pro, it sticks out about 3" taking into account my tripod mount. Guess I'll spring for a shoulder bag to fit the body, lens and a spare back & swap out as needed.

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    I think you got the message. swap out as needed. That's all you really need to know.

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    Get an XA and sell the bags.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomalophicon View Post
    Get an XA and sell the bags.
    That's a good chuckle.
    Where ever you are, there you be.

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    Seriously, I schlepped a rb67 with a couple of lens, backs, a ton of film, meter, etc around Paris for a couple of days with a Tamrac Cyberpack 6. By the end of the second day I was looking for things to leave behind in the hotel room. Not to mention that a bogen 3036 is damned HEAVY. That went over my shoulder the first two days. Day three... 65mm lens handheld street shooting, Paris architecture be damned. But.. if you can engage restraint, the cyberpack 6 is a good size for the RB/RZ format. Heck, I've even carried my 8x10 Deardorff in it for day trips.

    tim in san jose
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    If you're still looking for a sizeable back to carry all your gear about, I can highly recommend the Tamrac Expedition 7x.

    http://www.tamrac.com/5587.htm

    I used to fill it with a bunch of digital stuff (Nikon D700, several lenses, filters, light meter, Lee filters grads/holders/adapters etc.). Basically you can fit enough in to give yourself a hernia but it's not a ridiculously large bag.

    Anyway, that's what I've been using for weekends.

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    I use a Domke F1x ("little bit bigger bag") for my Hasselblad, 3 lenses, 2 backs, film, meter and accessories. It's a full boat and it feels like one sometimes. A backpack sounds like a good idea for all the stuff you want to carry, if your really want to carry that much all the time. I'm thinking of getting a shopping trolley for urban outings. Light, big wheels, silly looking like I am - a perfect match. I figure I can bungee my tripod across the top.

    Peter Gomena

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    One only needs maybe 2 lenses max, where one lens can be mounted to the body. 3 lenses or "just in case" usually means "I don't have an idea yet" :-)
    Stop worrying about grain, resolution, sharpness, and everything else that doesn't have a damn thing to do with substance.

    http://www.flickr.com/kediwah

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