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    Quote Originally Posted by tomalophicon View Post
    I suppose you could look it up on the website.
    First thing I did. It doesn't say, unfortunately.

    "Go all day with the lightweight, comfortable Fastpack 350 backpack. It protects your pro digital SLR and 17" widescreen notebook compactly while providing generous storage for other gear. Side-entry compartments let you quickly grab equipment and accessories, even while you're on the move. Customize the easy-to-access main compartment with adjustable dividers. A comfortable mesh waistbelt, and an adjustable sternum strap, help distribute weight evenly. To help you make the most of this Lowepro bag take a look at our new product video."
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    Domke F-2 Ballistic carries RB67,1 lens & magazine mounted. 2nd lens & back separate. Room for Polaroid back & adapter, film & misc accessories.
    It's not a tight fit so there's room for notebook, meter, filters & film.
    The Ballistic nylon is bulletproof.Got mine for $40. used.
    Heavily sedated for your protection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Koehrer View Post
    Domke F-2 Ballistic carries RB67,1 lens & magazine mounted. 2nd lens & back separate. Room for Polaroid back & adapter, film & misc accessories.
    It's not a tight fit so there's room for notebook, meter, filters & film.
    The Ballistic nylon is bulletproof.Got mine for $40. used.
    If I bought an F2 that's the one I would go for John the canvas ones don't look too waterproof to me for the English climate.
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    Get a bag that is bigger than you need because you will buy another lens or two and more film backs.

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    Warning!! Handling a Hasselblad can be harmful to your financial well being!

    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

    I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexmacphee View Post
    First thing I did. It doesn't say, unfortunately.

    "Go all day with the lightweight, comfortable Fastpack 350 backpack. It protects your pro digital SLR and 17" widescreen notebook compactly while providing generous storage for other gear. Side-entry compartments let you quickly grab equipment and accessories, even while you're on the move. Customize the easy-to-access main compartment with adjustable dividers. A comfortable mesh waistbelt, and an adjustable sternum strap, help distribute weight evenly. To help you make the most of this Lowepro bag take a look at our new product video."
    It feels like it might be water resistant but I wouldn't carry it in the rain without a garbage bag or something wrapped around the camera and lenses.

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    This would work nicely. From Tamrac Made in the U.S.A. and can be customized for real-life needs. http://www.adorama.com/Als/ProductPage/TR767BK.html
    "A certain amount of contempt for the material employed to express an idea is indispensable to the purest realization of this idea." Man Ray

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    I like the Crumpler million dollar bags.

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    I have the Domke F2 for my Hasselblad kit. I carry the camera + lens on the tripod over my shoulder. In the bag goes, 2 lenses, 2 extension tubes (16 + 32), meter (Sekonic 758) , spare magazine, filter pouch, film, GPS and flashlight. This about fills the interior of the case. I still have some room in the pockets. So if you expect to grow your equipment, the F2 may be a bit small if the camera in the case is important to you. When I plan on going any significant distance from my car/motorcycle, I pack everything in a back-pack style case. The F2, though, is just so darn easy to get to everything.
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    A Crumpler complete seed w/ photo insert works great. Then you can remove the insert and have a nice messenger bag at the same time.

    If you hunt around, and aren't super picky about colours, they can be had for a bit under $100. And as a positive, it never looks like your carrying around a camera.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirius Glass View Post
    Get a bag that is bigger than you need because you will buy another lens or two and more film backs.

    Steve
    Buy one that is just big enough. Otherwise, you will fill it! (:

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