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  1. #1 Carrying Case For Run & Gun 
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    I was wondering if anyone had a recommendation for a carrying case that I can use for my run & gun configuration? I would like to be able to carry extra lenses but have everything else already configured.
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    I have my eye on the new wood camera bag. Looks awesome.
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    I have a Cinebags Backpack, there i fit my scarlet (with side handle and touch screen safely attached), my 4-redvolts-pack, AC adapter, two battery chargers, my redstation + 2 64gb cards and a 24-70 lens. In the outside pockets I carry a rode Ntg-2, shock mount and an XLR cable. I still have two big outside pockets on each side to spare, plus a compartment for your laptop.

    I love that you can configure your own comparments inside.

    http://cinebags.com/revolutionbackpack.html


    you should check this one out for your lenses (assuming you use still photo lenses):

    http://cinebags.com/lenssmuggler.html
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    2 More options

    1) Chinese Boling camera case "cheap as chips"....
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    2) Petrol "Doctors Bag" No4 or 5.

    All allow a fully kitted Scarlet with MB & FF to be pulled from the bag "pop up" the touch screen & your shooting. I went with the Petrol because it is "lower key bag" than the Photographic like black Boling (look @ me & steal me bag ).

    P.S. Pic 3 illustrates the only draw back of the touch screen.... was that chicken, pizza or owls heart in b'earnaise sauce ; )

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    Another great option : the ROADIE II HDSLR/VIDEO SHOULDER BAG

    http://www.tenba.com/Products/Roadie...ulder-Bag.aspx

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    Hey Kristin

    Sweet bag never heard of them before. With the Matte box does it easily fit. As usually this the widest point of a Scarlet kit. Even more so if the MB has that "lock off" tumb wheel overhanging on the left .
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    Hi Mike,

    The bag is quite large and deep. But my friend who owns it doesn't have a Mattbox, only a 16-35mm Canon zoom. You have all the specs on their webpage, so I guess you can mesure all that before buying ;-) The Mattbox on the picture seems to fit though ;-)

    All I can say is that he's very satisfied with it, you can arrange and remove all the compartiments parts inside (velcro), moreover you have a cover bag (rain) you can put on in case, it's very practical. I wouldn't recommend it though if you have to walk a lot, it's a little bit too heavy on the shoulder, you should go better with the backpack version. Tenba bags are great ;-)

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    Assuming I read your request correctly, that you are looking for a case FOR your Run-and-Gun kit, not a Run-and-Gun CASE? I submit:

    Pelican 1560:
    Scarlet Full assembled:
    -6" fr rods
    -24-70
    -Bomb
    -sidehandle
    -tripod plate
    -V-Brick plate and 150wt battery
    -top handle
    -9" Noga arm (for Pix)

    PLUS:
    -70-200
    -11-16
    -W/A attachment (for quick-conversion of 24-70)
    -Pix recorder
    -2 more 150wt Bricks
    -tool kit
    -filters (5)
    -cleaning kit

    In I-Dare-You-To-Try-And-Steal-Me Orange that hopefully every cop would ID immediately...
    Equipped empty (no foam) with optional divider kit and Lid-organizer. Bomb proof. Water proof. Heavy (56lbs as filled). Qualifies for carry on with commercial carriers.

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  10. #10 We make a Run&Gun series. 
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    https://www.cinecase.com/product-pag...2-run-gun-case

    We're also in the process of prototyping a DSMC1 version of the Run&Gun Case.
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