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    OK folks, someone asked the other day the above question and certainly over the many years on the Forum I keep being asked - 'how do I pack my gear?', and so as I'm just about to set off I thought it would be worth posting this FWIW. Plus, if folk wish to chip in and ‘bolster’ the thread so it benefits even more, or it generates further questions great. The bonus for Jon A with Olympus is the lenses, light & compact so a smaller bag is required.

    The last bag was a Kata (Bomb proof), now I currently have a Think Tank 32L, not sure they still do them, I have used/tested the f-stop which is great, but it’s buying all the internals that racks up the price, but it's a really cool bag. I have avoided the cases with wheels, for obvious reasons… especially if you rock up in some remote location!!!!


    This now currently holds

    A. RF 24-70mm f/2.8
    B. Canon Control ring Mount adaptor
    C. EF 500mm f/4
    D. Canon R5
    E. Canon R3
    F. RF 100-500 f/4.5
    G. RF 70-200 f/2.8
    H. EF 1.4 & RF 1.4
    I. Canon TC-80N3 Remote Switch


    Outside pocket contains: RF 15-35mm f/2.8, R3 battery charger and cables, Mac cable
    Post Production: It’s ALL about what you do with the tools and not, which brand of tool you use.

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    The Laptop takes:
    R5 Charger
    2 Card readers & cables
    Power cable
    MacBook Pro 16 inc 2022 SSD M1 pro with upgrades
    2 G-Tech 5TB amorATD SSD ext HDs
    Post Production: It’s ALL about what you do with the tools and not, which brand of tool you use.

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