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  1. MohaimenK

    MohaimenK TPF Noob!

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    This one's for you Darel!

    I picked up this bag last week after I ordered the new body and lens knowing I couldn't fit everything in one bag. Not to mention, using a bagpack is not that great when you're on the move fast because sometimes if you forget to close it, anything can slide out really eisily. So I'd reccoment both types of bags for different occasion.

    The bag I purchased was Tamrac - Model 5612 Pro 12 :lol: (AgentDrex now we're both pros! -ok guys it's a joke!) which seem to hold a lot of equipments and do it well. Lots of space in this thing. As you can see what's inside it and there's the 580ex speedlite under the 5D body and there's a space to put another speedlite under the T1i body as well.

    OK so as far as going pro, of course it's gonna take a lot more than having fancy gears and with what I've learned here and practicing in the last 2 months, I am very certain that I will have no problem catching on to things. Although I really have to learn the new body as the control is totally different from the T1i body and feels like a few more extra steps to get things done. So by no means I'm bragging to anyone being a pro :mrgreen:

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    Nice.. I dont like they way you set it up though. Always have 1 camera ready to go. I personally would mount a lens on one or both cameras.
     
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    yeah it looks like he's even got enough room to mount the 70-200 on the 5D

    Lots of noise in this photo, you've also got a lot of underexposed areas. There's a hot spot on the hot shoe on the left...

    OH OH sorry I thought this was for C&C j/k:lol:

    Is that' $10k worth of gear, and you're using the straps that came with the cameras? LOL j/k:greenpbl:
     
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    Yeah trying to figure out how can I go about doing it w/out having have the 70-200 mounted all time. The hood of that lens is the main issue, actually the hoods in all of them are problem. But the other two are much smaller so I can fit tight spots.

    I'd much rather have the 24-105 mounted at all time on the T1i body and 16-35 mounted to the 5D but that won't work as there's a divider in the middle which won't allow me to put the 70-200 on the floor of the bag.

    LOL!!! used the iPhone. I was thinking "damn how do I take a good picture of these cameras if I want them to be in the picture??? :scratch: the iphone was in the pocket so used that
     
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    what, you are selling that for 1100 bux! You are such a good friend! :sexywink:
     
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    AgentDrex No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Welcome to the Pros! Nice bag, and you have two cameras in your bag. You are most definitely more of a pro than I am...oh god, now there's going to be levels of pro once we reach pro...I'm a Level Two, 7th Degree, Section 8 - Subsection D "Pro"...
     
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    Have you spent any time really shooting with the 16-35 on the 5D2 yet? I don't think you'll want that as the go to lens for a FF camera. It's good for certain shots but I don't know of anyone who keeps it on the body full time. There is a reason the 24-70 is so popular with these cameras.

    Oh yeah, get rid of dem der canon straps! :D

    (nice pack BTW)
     
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    No flash(es)? Radio slaves?
     
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    Crystal: you know I loveee ya but NO WAY! LOL If I was as rich as that doctor then sure :)

    AgentDrex: "I'm a Level Two, 7th Degree, Section 8 - Subsection D "Pro"... " LOL!

    Scattered: Yes, I practiced with it yesterday when I got it. Of course it was inside and I LOVE THAT THING! I know I'll heavily used it during weddings and landscape shots. But lets see after I get some real shots of things w/ it outdoor. But yes, I do use my 24-105 as my all time lens but I wouldn't use the 5D for going around town shots you know? Probably use the T1i instead. But yes, I really love that lens and yes during wedding that thing will come in handy really well. As for 24-70 vs 24-105 that's a whole different story and I think I should be fine IMO but of course, time will tell as I start to do more and more weddings.

    The straps, NOOOOOOO WAY! My worst nightmare is to drop the camera/lens out of my hand. Scares the hell out of me thining about it!
     
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    "As you can see what's inside it and there's the 580ex speedlite under the 5D body and there's a space to put another speedlite under the T1i body as well."

    As for the radio slaves, I do have a radio trigger that's in the slot next to the 70-200 slot. I do have a hot shoe mount cable which is in one of the other pockets.
     
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    GOOD FOR YOU!!! :thumbup:
    For second flash, vivitar ans sunpak are pretty popular in non-brand units.
    good luck!
     
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    dude.. you got a 5D.. use it even for messing around. :thumbup:
     

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