Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Datass, Sep 23, 2008.
I don't have enough shit to fit in one of those.
No 5d/1d serious found. :fail:
werd. here's some more pics:
i dont either...yet
I'd buy it if I could. For now, I'll just keep to my small bad and add milk crates as necessary.
i got it b/c i'm gonna be heading on a few out of town trips coming up. plus it'll be easier to have all my gear in one bag instead of hauling my crumpler and backpack and looking like a tool w trying hold lightstands n shit as well.
What are you doing when you fly with your lightstands, i.e., where are they going?
haven't figured that out yet. for the 1st trip i'm not bringing them but the 2nd will definitely need to have at least 1 stand. i guess i can stuff them in some kind of bag and check them. it'll be my first time flying w/ gear so i'm not sure how that works
I hear a large manfrotto video tripod bag works well. I've only got one lightstand, but I flew to San Fran with a tripod and a light stand in February. They were in my carry on too.
hmm..the cool thing about this bag is that u can strap a tripod/lightstand to the side of it so that might work if i only bring the manfrotto 3373, but i'm afraid someone's gonna knock it over during the reception (gonna photograph a wedding on puerto vallarta.)
Make sure you put a firearm in it.
lol i was about to point that out
It's a very nice bag, I used to have one. I also decided I don't want to travel with that much gear ever again :momaru:. Now I use a billingham hadley to carry a couple rangefinders, couple of lenses and some film. I'm sure you'll like it, think tank does an amazing job choosing their materials, and designining/constructing the bag.