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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Dalton View Post
    I recently picked up a Petrol 5 bag to hold my built up camera. It's tall enough for a x handle and wide enough for hand grips and a matte box to be attached. I have to take off the should pad assembly to give it ample space, but it does fit with it on. I'll use this bag in the back of a land rover or with local shooting when I need my camera ready to go. The bag itself is a bit heavy but sturdy.

    For travel I have an FSTOPGEAR bag which I'll post some photos later.
    Thanks for posting Michael, i have used Petrol bags and rain covers for many years and was always very happy with. The quality is great. Impressive rig by the way...
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    Quote Originally Posted by KETCH ROSSi View Post
    He he, no problem at all Peter, that was a fun day... ;)

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    With your equipment is every day funny:-)

    Great bags, unfortunately have i sold my LowePro...bad idea!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shapour Daneshmand View Post
    Thank you Peter.
    great Thread
    Thanks Shapour, hope for many response. Find it helpfully to see which equipment other people can recommend.
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    Michael,

    Thanks for posting your rig. Question: What shoulder pad is that attached to the 19mm rods. I'm looking for something exactly like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by david berez View Post
    Michael,

    Thanks for posting your rig. Question: What shoulder pad is that attached to the 19mm rods. I'm looking for something exactly like that.

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    Just posted these in my "Skully" in the Scarlet section, but here are the bags and cases I use to transport my Scarlet X.



    That's the Lowepro DryZone 200, Stormcase, and Cinebags CB-01 Production Red LTD Edition. The Cinebags CB-01 is my in town/location bag now:


    Inside is: OConner O-Box WM, two GMP160Wh V-Mount Batteries, the Red Rock Follow Focus, 4x RedVolts (inside a separate pouch to not damage the camera and batteries), top handle, rods, and 5.0" LCD Touch. If configured right you can actually just plop the rig straight in the bag, which is a plus for me. Only weird bit is the bag isn't wide enough for the top flag on the O-Box so I have to remove it to and place it in the back pocket.

    For Canon glass, I transport using a Lowepro Flipside 300. Gotta bunch of other Tamrac and Lowepro bags for misc stuffs.
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    I had that Cinebags bag at one point. I had an EX1 in it, picked it up by the strap and the O-ring busted. I hope they've improved their quality over the previous stuff I've owned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Holland View Post
    Just posted these in my "Skully" in the Scarlet section, but here are the bags and cases I use to transport my Scarlet X.
    Cinebags CB-01
    Hey Phil, can you take your Cinebag as carry on?
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    Bag is a Lowepro PRO RUNNER 450 AW BACKPACK

    Inside:

    Epic- X w/ x Side handle, top plate, swat rail, and cold shoe.
    Touch Screen
    Side Handle
    RedMote
    Sliding Top Handle
    AC Adaptor
    12 Redvolts
    Canon 70-200
    Canon 24-70
    2x 256 SSDs
    Hoodman 5.6
    Sennheiser ME66
    XLR Cables/Adaptors
    2x EW100 Wireless Lavs
    25' Ft XLR Cable
    Tiffen Screw-in Filter Kit
    Allen Wrench Kit

    Probably still room to fit a few more accs in this bag. It's like a bottomless pit.

    I'm thinking it might be a touch big to carry on a flight, but I bet you could get it through security.
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    My field production bag, totally waterproof and ready for use in my Zodiac inflatable boat, in the rainforest, near the volcano, etc.

    Lowepro Dryzone 200:
    Scarlet-X Canon Al
    DSMC Sidehandle
    RED 5.6 Touch LCD
    REDStation 1.8
    RED SSD Media Cards
    Canon 70-200mm f2.8L USM ISII
    Canon 24-70mm f2.8L USM
    Canon 16-35mm f2.8L II
    Tokina 11-16mm f2.8
    Rode NTG2 Shotgun Mic w/shockmount
    Rycote Blimp w/fur
    Sennheiser G2 100 Wireless Lav System
    5X REDVolts
    RED Travel Charger
    Genus Fader ND
    B+W Kaeseman Nano Circular Polarizer
    Flex Lens Shade
    Hoodman 5.6
    Macbook Pro 17" (inside waterproof map bag)
    ExpressCard34/SATA Card
    2X Surefire Minimus Variable Output LED Headlamps
    Allen Key Wrench
    Kimwipes
    Lens Pen
    Quarter

    Definitely going to be spending some time getting everything separated and padded out better, but at least now I know it all fits. My studio bag is next, I'm trying to use a couple of bags I already purchased,
    but I get a strong feeling I'm going to want a bigger bag than I currently have so I don't have to break the rig down between setups.



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