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Any Photography nerds? What's your kit?

Discussion in 'Electronic Devices' started by C.Boland93, Oct 3, 2014.

  1. Caleb

    Caleb Loaded Pockets

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    My wife is the photographer. She mostly uses her 5D Mark III with an assortment of lenses. I'd be :censored:'ing if I tried to name them and what they do. She has a few big purse like bags that she uses, and I always tell her that they suck. When she goes on big outdoor sessions she uses a nicely padded Mystery Ranch 3DAP. She needs a nice camera back pack for her stuff but she doesn't geek out over that stuff like I do. If I had that kind of money tied up in my camera gear I would get a Pelican 1600 series case with pluck foam.
     
  2. echo63

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    The 1600 series cases are really heavy once you get them full of gear (they are super protective though)

    Have a look at Mindshiftgear packs if she is looking for an outdoor photo bag - i have their ultralight trail16l for my mirrorless rig - its an awesome pack.
    Thinktank make great solutions for professional photographers moving gear around the city (thinktank and mindshift are sister companys)
     
  3. T Shrapnel-Carruthers

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    My 7D with 18mp sensor produces raw files anywhere between 14mb and 34mb depending on the subject, which suggests that a 46mp sensor could produce files up to 150mb.