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Old 15-04-2008, 14:59   #1 (permalink)
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Camera bag / case advice for Studio Shoots

After a camera bag/case to use for Studio Shoots. Will only be taken from car to Studio shoot, so not worried about carrying on back etc. After something that will hold 2 x DSLR's, couple of lenses & Flashgun. Want something a bit more substantial than soft case, possibly with better sectioning inside, but without breaking the bank. Any suggestions ??
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Old 15-04-2008, 15:51   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Camera bag advice for Studio Shoots

I have a Lowepro minitrecker AW that would hold what you want. Very customisable inside with Velcro fittings. Internet prices are about £65 - 85. They have been offered recently as a bonus for subscribing to magazines. You may want to have a look around.

If you are not going to take it out there is a cheaper version that does not have the all weather gear on it.
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Old 15-04-2008, 16:11   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Camera bag advice for Studio Shoots

I also have a Mini Trekker AW, and i have to say when used as a rucksack, it is excellent. However, when carrying it by the top handle, the straps are all over the place and they are a real pain, dragging on the floor, getting tangled in stuff etc.

I'd consider a top-loader, or maybe a cheap metal or plastic briefcase style case similar to those used for DJ/audio kit/etc. Line it out with HD foam and you can make your own partitions.

Try Maplins.
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Old 15-04-2008, 16:44   #4 (permalink)
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I'd consider a top-loader, or maybe a cheap metal or plastic briefcase style case similar to those used for DJ/audio kit/etc. Line it out with HD foam and you can make your own partitions.

Try Maplins.
Like your thinking . Found this :- Maplin > Record Deck Case ... bit glitzy



..but unfortunately not deep enough to take the D200 + Grip
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Old 15-04-2008, 16:57   #5 (permalink)
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I use bags by "tamrac". They are well made and a lot cheaper than "Lowe" and others...Kenny
 
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Re: Camera bag advice for Studio Shoots

Another vote for the greatness of Tamrac but I think Dave needs one of them aluminium flight cases - for when he accidentally runs over it in his Landy, it might just survive

Strangely, I thought it'd be easy to find one to suit, but they all seem very shallow
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I have a Lowepro minitrecker AW that would hold what you want. Very customisable inside with Velcro fittings. Internet prices are about £65 - 85. They have been offered recently as a bonus for subscribing to magazines. You may want to have a look around.

If you are not going to take it out there is a cheaper version that does not have the all weather gear on it.
Will take a ganders .. Tx
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Old 15-04-2008, 17:10   #8 (permalink)
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Strangely, I thought it'd be easy to find one to suit, but they all seem very shallow
Most are around 150mm depth, which is way to shallow for most DSLR's , allowing for padding. The D200 with grip is nearer 160
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Old 15-04-2008, 17:14   #9 (permalink)
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Re: Camera bag advice for Studio Shoots

Peli cases look good, but too much for my wallet PELI Store - Large Protector Cases

I'll just buy a small suitcase & some foam
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Re: Camera bag advice for Studio Shoots

I went for Tamrac as they do various types of bag - and I reckoned that they probably knew a thing or two about camera storage!

What about Tamrac
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You could also look at Peli cases, we use them for instruments at work, but they are not cheap. You can get them customised.
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I went for Tamrac as they do various types of bag - and I reckoned that they probably knew a thing or two about camera storage!

What about Tamrac
Very nice cases, but £270 for the size I would want
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Re: Camera bag advice for Studio Shoots

I have a Peli case which also doubles up as a seat........would easily hold the gear you mention but see you've ruled the Peli out
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maybe a cheap metal or plastic briefcase style case similar to those used for DJ/audio kit/etc. Line it out with HD foam and you can make your own partitions.
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unfortunately not deep enough to take the D200 + Grip
Perhaps one of these could be modified to suit?

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Re: Camera bag advice for Studio Shoots

I would go for a Peli.
But as the studio is going to be in the garage a carboard box would do. lol
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I would go for a Peli.
But as the studio is going to be in the garage a carboard box would do. lol
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.would easily hold the gear you mention but see you've ruled the Peli out
Only due to budget ... cases look excellent . Which model do you have Ian ?
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Perhaps one of these could be modified to suit?

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Graham, the new delboy in town ... he can convert anything you know . Actually looks promising Graham & only £15
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Re: Camera bag / case advice for Studio Shoots

Sat here is a lowepro commercial AW
lowepro phototrekker AW 2
lowepro Nova 5 AW

The Nova will hold body 2 lenses and sb800
commercial will hold body flash and up to approx 8 lenses.
both are shoulder/carry bags.
phototrkker aw 2 will hold 2 bodies about 10 lenses etc and u can ram a laptop in it as well, this is a backpack and gets heavy.
have got lowepro catalogue here if u want can tke it thurs.
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Billingham is my choice, the best
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Like your thinking . Found this :- Maplin > Record Deck Case ... bit glitzy



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Right idea - wrong case. This looks like it takes CD's. I was thinking of the ones that take LP's or 12" singles. You might have to ask your Dad what I'm talking about.

I know they were available 'cos one of my Son's first job was making them. You might find them in the DJ equipment retailers, but probably not as cheap as Maplins.

How about the plastic storage crates that have lids that can be secured with cable ties on one side and a twist of wire or duct tape on the other?
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Mmmm , some jiffy bags & some sellotape next call
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Keep being drawn back to the Peli cases .... stay strong Dave, stay strong
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Keep being drawn back to the Peli cases .... stay strong Dave, stay strong
For the usage you have described, the Peli is overkill.

How about padding out a small trolleycase or suitcase that you can get in the markets for not a lot of cash?
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Yes, just get some good, well cut foam, or even good foam, well cut....and pay for that rather than the case, and you'd still be saving money, but it would satiate your need to spend money
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Keep being drawn back to the Peli cases .... stay strong Dave, stay strong
You could always give me the money and I could give you the pelicase I have in my loft At least I think it is still there

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