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  1. Good day, As I can not physically check any of the bags for not having a proper photo shop in my area I would like to ask your opinions about my choice of camera sling bags I am looking at buying at the moment. I used Sony A7III with 24-105 plus occasional prime (either 28mm or 55m), or the camera with primes exclusively: 85mm, 55mm and 28mm with 21mm UWA converter. I narrowed my choice to three bags, and they are: -ThinkTank Turnstyle 10 v1 (for its ability to be used as the waist pack which is quite important for me) - Peak Design Everyday Sling 5L - Manfrotto Street Camera Sling/Waist Pack (the least expensive of the lot and seems the most spacious as well). I would be grateful for your recommendations on the best choice to snugly fit my setup for regular travel/street/hiking use. Being able to attach the tripod and carry a small water bottle would be a bonus. The whole idea about this bag is it should fit 'flat' into my travel carry-on luggage tightly taking least space possible. Thank you very much, Dom
  2. I'm looking for a good camera bag (shoulder bag only) that can carry the following: 1. Sony A7R II with Battery Grip and Sony 24/70 f2.8GM mounted. 2. Additional Sony/Zeiss 16-35mm f4 Lens 3. Two Extra Sony Batteries 4. Watson Dual Battery Charger 5. Extra SDXC Memory Card and Memory Card Reader 6. Lenspen and Cleaning Spray/Cloth 7. Additional small items, such as user manual, filters, etc. In addition, it would be helpful to have a a pocket to store an iPad, but not a dealbreaker. I currently have the Lowepro Adventura 170, but it baaaarely fits the 16-35mm lens in the extra available space to the side of the camera, and it does not really fit the 24-70 in the side space if I decide to keep the 16-35mm mounted instead. Surprisingly, it does fit the Camera with 24-70 mounted height-wise. In other words, it is just not wide enough. I was thinking about getting the Think Tank Speed Racer, but not sure if that is possibly overkill. I don't want something that will have tons of extra space and allow my gear to move around. Any other ideas that might fit my gear? Thanks for any help/ideas.
  3. Just got my a6000 yesterday along with a carbon fiber tripod, some filters, and extra batteries. My better half and I travel a lot and need a good travel bag that will handle these items plus will be able to accommodate another lens later on down the road. I really would like one that has a small footprint and is rain proof. Thanx in advance for any tips. Bill
  4. Found this a photo show, it's brilliant takes 4 batteries and 4-6 sd cards. easily found in your bag and not expensive . http://www.mindshiftgear.com/products/gp-4-batteries-cards
  5. Hi guys, was wondering if anyone would like to share what bag they are using for a7 system? Currently I have Think Tank 30 which fits nicely every singe lens I have, for longer travels. I want to buy a smaller one that could fit a body with adapter and 2 Zeiss Contax lenses (85mm 1.4, 35mm 1.4). Thank you.
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