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sorry chaps all pics taken with a g9 glad i didnt sell that know :cool:

first my

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left 85mm f1.4 hood attached

D700 [no grip dont like em]

top right 70-300 vr hood reversed

bottom right 28-105mm no hood

if i put the hoods in the top section i can easy get another lens in

mostly i have the camera lens attached and 1 or 2 other lens

these new one click hoods are great rarely take the 85mm screw hood of




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interesting that you store lens cap up.....that really annoys me as when I go to pick up the lens i often end up just with the cap. For me if i store it the other way i can remove the back cap while it's in the bag to stick straight on the lens from the camera
 
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Clarkston, MI
Most all of this fits into a Tamrac pro 5

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The AA battery holder for the grip, 5in1 reflector, snoot, Lightsphere, SB-900 diffuser and Gorillapod are in the backpack that I put the Pro 5 in.

The 70-200 2.8 w/hood reversed on the left, 50 1.4 in the middle under a divider, SB-900 on the right

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D200 w/grip and 17-35 2.8 mounted in the middle

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This is the stuff in the front of the Pro 5

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Then I have been putting the Pro 5 into this backpack (which also has a shoulder strap)

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Lately I have also been putting the SB-800 w/diffuser on and foot in the carrying case into the mesh side pocket on the backpack near the Lightsphere
 
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Wisconsin
Most all of this fits into a Tamrac pro 5...

...Then I have been putting the Pro 5 into this backpack (which also has a shoulder strap)
I did the exact same thing putting my Tamrac Pro 5 into a secondary backpack. :smile:
Then I got the Lowepro Flipside 300
Sorry, no pics :redface:
 
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Skewen -S. Wales -UK
Most all of this fits into a Tamrac pro 5

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When i first looked at this photo, the strange looking device on the lower right reminded me of an aid, not a photography aid however more of as couples or single ladies aid!

Sorry :biggrin:
 
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