• #2092
    GMB

    Any suggestions for a backpack that can take the S2, 4 lenses, flash, and a bit of other stuff. Should also hold a tripod for hikes. thanks for any recommendations. Georg

  • #2093
    David Farkas

    GMB;1967 wrote: Any suggestions for a backpack that can take the S2, 4 lenses, flash, and a bit of other stuff. Should also hold a tripod for hikes. thanks for any recommendations. Georg

    Georg,

    I use the Kata 222-UL Bumblebee ultralight backpack. It holds the S2 and 4 lenses in the bottom section and all my Schneider 4″ filters in the top section (along with some snacks). Very lightweight and comfortable to carry.

  • #2107
    GMB

    David,

    Thanks for the tip. Will check this one out. Would love to buy from your store but I am based in Europe.

    Georg

  • #2108
    Paratom

    Hi Georh,
    interesting- while you are going from carrying 3 ro carrying 4 lenses, I now often just bring 2 lenses with the S2 in a smaller backback. It is harder to decided which lenses to carry but in the end if seems to often work pretty good with just 2 lenses.
    Let me know what you found!
    Regards, Tom

  • #2141
    GMB

    Tom,
    I ordered the Kata from Amazon as the prices of dealers in Belgium were prohibitive. It arrived yesterday. The S2 w/ 4 lenses fits in easily (one could even add a M9 and a couple of lenses). I particularly like the tripod holder, which seems to hold well the RRS tripod. Even if i will not allways take the whole stuff, the backpack will be useful as it allows to carry some things other than the gear.

    Now so far i only tested it in my bedroom. The field trest is still to come.

    Georg

  • #2162
    GMB

    Field test was positive. Obviously, carrying an S2, 3 lenses, a bit RRS tripod and an Arca d4 hear is not really a pleasure, but the backpack made it bearable.

    David–Again many thanks for the tip.

    Georg

  • #3906
    Albert Knapp, MD

    I have been using the Gura Gear Kiboko 30L and most recently the Bataflae32L . They are sturdy, ingeniously designed and can fit two S2 bodies, four lenses and a lot of miscellaneous gear. They are by far and away the best backpacks I have ever used. Their website is http://www.guragear.com/
    :D:D
    Albert

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