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11-23-2009, 08:47 PM   #1
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Rabbit in a HAT

Whoa !

I can not believe it all fits !

This is a picutre of my entire P67 Kit which includes P67ii, 7 lenses (45,55,75,105,165,200,300), the wooden handle, panoramic adapter kit and a 82mm Cirpolarizing filter all fitting in to my backpack bag.

The bag measures 36x32x12cm or 14x13x5inches !!

....hehe, just a small travel kit......



cheers Neil

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Um, where does the film fit?
11-24-2009, 09:31 AM   #3
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How about a picture of the porter that carries it for you!
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holy crap... wouldn't want to carry that on my back

11-24-2009, 10:31 PM   #5
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Hi Neil,

Nice fit, and in such a small bag! Looks to be about 10kg? I have fiddled with bags for MF for some time now and have settled on two solutions...one with a bag a little smaller than yours that allows the camera, two or three lenses (one on the camera), a flash and film; or one with a larger bag that will fit my 400mm Takumar, two converters, a few other lenses, and some accessories mostly related to tripod mounting. Both solutions can also fit my 300mm lens, if I want to take it, and allow the grip to remain mounted.

I don't mind carrying the weight so long as the backback is comfortable, though the fully loaded 400mm Takumar bag does tip the scale at about 14 kg.

Quite a different approach from that of a point and shoot, eh? Won't be putting this equipment into a belt bag anytime soon...

Regards, Alan

QuoteOriginally posted by knumbnutz Quote
Whoa !

I can not believe it all fits !

This is a picutre of my entire P67 Kit which includes P67ii, 7 lenses (45,55,75,105,165,200,300), the wooden handle, panoramic adapter kit and a 82mm Cirpolarizing filter all fitting in to my backpack bag.

The bag measures 36x32x12cm or 14x13x5inches !!

....hehe, just a small travel kit......

cheers Neil

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11-25-2009, 02:43 AM   #6
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Hi Alan ,
Yeah probably 10kgs. Not sure.
I guess for me, if i was hiking i would work out what i would take then remove the rest. But because the bag sits in my car it is able to store the lenses neatly and protect them as well.
Cheers Neil


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Hi Neil,

Nice fit, and in such a small bag! Looks to be about 10kg? I have fiddled with bags for MF for some time now and have settled on two solutions...one with a bag a little smaller than yours that allows the camera, two or three lenses (one on the camera), a flash and film; or one with a larger bag that will fit my 400mm Takumar, two converters, a few other lenses, and some accessories mostly related to tripod mounting. Both solutions can also fit my 300mm lens, if I want to take it, and allow the grip to remain mounted.

I don't mind carrying the weight so long as the backback is comfortable, though the fully loaded 400mm Takumar bag does tip the scale at about 14 kg.

Quite a different approach from that of a point and shoot, eh? Won't be putting this equipment into a belt bag anytime soon...

Regards, Alan
11-25-2009, 04:23 AM   #7
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QuoteOriginally posted by knumbnutz Quote
Whoa !

I can not believe it all fits !

This is a picutre of my entire P67 Kit which includes P67ii, 7 lenses (45,55,75,105,165,200,300), the wooden handle, panoramic adapter kit and a 82mm Cirpolarizing filter all fitting in to my backpack bag.

The bag measures 36x32x12cm or 14x13x5inches !!

....hehe, just a small travel kit......


cheers Neil
That's a tight fit. I'm looking for a similar bag to hold the same camera and compliment of lenses. What make and model is this one?

Regards,

Jim
11-25-2009, 08:58 PM   #8
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You know a Pentax ME Super weighs less than half a kilo, right?

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QuoteOriginally posted by brkl Quote
You know a Pentax ME Super weighs less than half a kilo, right?
And you know that a ME Super's negative is super small, right?
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