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    Just got my Pelican 1510 insert from TrekPak.



    So far I'm very pleased with the material quality, how secure my gear fits, and how easy it is to customize once new gear needs arise.



    Anyone else using their system?
    I can't speak for longevity, since I just received it, but my initial impressions are very good.
    At this point, I would definitely recommend TrekPak.
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    Nice Jeff-
    I bought the Pelican divider kit, which is foam-in-nylon-shell dividers and velcro. Less rigid than yours, tho that does offer some nice "give" when I slide in bulky bits like my fully-rigged Scarlet....
    I think the 1510 is a great case/system.

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    Looks a little short in the shock protection department. Don't check it on a plane...
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    I've been working with TrekPak on this system and the possibility of a slightly heavier version. They seem very aware of what the needs are in the cinema market and I would expect their product lineup to only improve with time. Its a very robust & solid solution and I'd recco it whole-heartedly.

    Very keen to get the latest 1510 and 1560 kits myself.
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    I bought the Alpine backpack version from Kickstarter and just came back from using it on a job. Use it for photography gear...would love to see this stuff for cinema gear too. I plan on outfitting my Pelicans with their divider system too. Very efficient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Gardner View Post
    Looks a little short in the shock protection department. Don't check it on a plane...
    There's definitely not as much give as your typical padded velcro dividers, but since you can slide/cut the pieces however you need them, you're able to get a really snug fit.

    Since this is the 1510 (FAA carryon approved), it will NEVER be checked with my Scarlet inside.
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    My TrekPak w/ Pelican 1510 arrived yesterday. I was looking for something that would fit

    - RED/bridgeplate/top plate/WC Quickback/monitor all in one piece
    - 19mm rails
    - WC safety dovetail
    - batteries (two Switronix & Red volts)
    - accessories / lens

    Very pleased with how it all fits. And the dividers are both snug and easy to move.

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    Hey JM, I'm assuming you don't have a side handle on your Red? I really fancy buying the system but I worry about having the camera on its side like that in a 1510. .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Scott View Post
    Hey JM, I'm assuming you don't have a side handle on your Red? I really fancy buying the system but I worry about having the camera on its side like that in a 1510. .
    I do actually have a side handle on it, Ben. I'm thinking of adding some cushion. It actually fits sitting on it's back as well, though - the monitor protrudes a bit into the lid's foam. Here's a photo.

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    Fantastic. Thanks for getting back to me. Looks like a great solution.
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