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    Camera Bag

    Any ideas for a camera bag for a Mamiya RZ67 and accessories?

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    For what function?? Are you planning on hiking, or just need something to carry it all in?

    LowePro has a neat thing called the product finder that can help you!
    www.lowepro.com
    Tamrac has a wide selection, too.
    www.tamrac.com

    Now, all that being said, these sites can give you an idea of the different sizes & styles of bags. You will have to figure out what works for you!
    Good hunting!!!
    Jeanette
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    For an RB I would suggest an internal framed backpack if it's for hiking or a rolling bag if not. Those RB's are heavy
    Let's see what I've got in the magic trash can for Mateo!

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    I use a Lowepro Mini-Trekker for my RB67. I can hold the body with an attached lens (90mm) and back. Two more lenses (180 and hopefully someday I'll have a 65 or 55, right now I keep a holga where another lens could fit), probably 2 more backs, pentax spotmeter, filters, and a flash. Then I keep film in the outer section. It all fits nicely. And I think I bought the bag "used" from B&H (it was brand new, still had the tags on etc.) for a really good price like $60-75. And My tripod fits on the outside nicely.
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    Back in the days when I was shooting weddings with an RB-67, by the end of the event I wanted a forklift, not a bag
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobfowler
    Back in the days when I was shooting weddings with an RB-67, by the end of the event I wanted a forklift, not a bag
    I felt exactly the same way last time I shot a wedding with my Super 23.

    Dave



 

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