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Old 03-26-2013   #11
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I don't necessary want a larger bag, just something that can house more, and not taking the equipment is usually not an option. My primary concern is shooting a wedding where I would have to carry the bag for maybe several hours. In the end I think staying with the Flipside 400 probably the right choice.
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If you want to stick with Lowepro but you're feeling the Flipside is a bit cramped, you should have a look at the Vertex 300. If you want I'll load mine up and take a picture so you can see just how much it holds. Granted, if i were carrying that much gear for an event I'd be looking at a roller like the Pro Roller x300.
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Old 03-31-2013   #13
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i use a Billingham445 which should take everything you listed. bloody heavy on one shoulder though
as for backpack i have the Lowepro Vertex 300AW which is absolutely cavernous. if you can't get it all in one of those then you have too much gear
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Old 03-31-2013   #14
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I have a Manfrotto Veloce II which is big and comfortable, also has very easy access
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i also have the kata bag, i used it when i traveled to tanzania. i took 2 cameras, 3 lenses, charger, memory cards, several extra batteries. i was very happy with the bag!


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