02-19-2013 04:14 AM
02-19-2013 09:26 AM
steve mac wrote:
I thought all of the suggestions where smashing, I guess the problem is everyone's needs are a bit different. I don't think this case is my final solution and when I am next in the UK or USA will check out some of the other ideas.
However I think that this case will do until then. It is a lowepro roller and designed to safely transport high end camera gear so it is well padded and hardy
Where are you based, Steve? I just assumed you were in the USA.
02-19-2013 02:16 PM
I am serioulsy looking at this one. It is more than I want to spend but I already have other "heavy duty" bags where the zipper has already given up. Granted, I only spent $29-$39 for these bags but I want a pro bag. All the reviews on this are real good (5 star).
Just rec'd my new bag about an hour ago. I have to say upon first perusal that it very well laid out and very well made. Like I said, a little pricey but this may just be my last one. Will let you know.
03-01-2013 07:13 AM
steve mac wrote:
Again really good ideas that I wouldnt have thought of. However having looked at the pics of those suggested I decided to have a scout around my home to see if I had anything that could be bastardised and came up with an old studio light case, which comes with small wheels, retractable handle, and I added some deviders from other camera bags I had and although still a work in progress, I may be onto something here as it even has a place for my hat. Thanks again for the suggestions,
brilliant -- complete with a place for your cowboy hat. awesome
03-14-2013 02:11 PM
03-15-2013 01:46 AM
Again thanks for the suggestions, I gave the bag pictured a run out at my first gig of the season on Sunday and it seemed to work ok. I don't like that the stands have to be strapped to the outside but they are secure there. A big plus which isnt obvious from the pictures is that there is a stand built into the rear of the bag which means it can be rested at about a 45 degree angle rather than having to lie it flat to get stuff in and out which does lead to a faster set up and tear down. So all in all will stick with this for the time being
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