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by James W. Milligan on Sat Apr 15, 2017 9:50 am
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as suggested by E.J. I will list my current mirrorless items.

1-a7R 1-6300 1-70-200f/4 1-16-35f/4 124-70f/4 1-12mm Voigtlander 1-70-300 4.5-5.6 9 (all lens are full frame)

I doubt that I would carry both of the long zooms, but would by nice if I could. My major concern is overhead space even though the bags are smallish the overheads fill quickly so something that fits under the seats would be nice.
 

by Joerg Rockenberger on Sat Apr 15, 2017 8:03 pm
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I have the mind shift gear first light 20l. I use it with the arII with l-bracket, the 25 and 85 mm Batis lenses, and the Zony 35 and 55 mm lenses. And that leaves plenty of room for additional gear. In fact, I rented a few times the Sony 70-200 f4 and still had plenty of space. It would for sure fit another mirror less body for instance.

The bag has a flat profile and fits in each overhead bin I've used it with so far. But it most likely would also fit underneath most if not all seats except for puddle jumpers and alike. It has a front pocket that takes 15in MacBook Pro but it's a tight fit and has little cushioning.

Worth a look. Joerg
 

by James W. Milligan on Sat Apr 15, 2017 8:30 pm
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Joerg Rockenberger wrote:
I have the mind shift gear first light 20l. I use it with the arII with l-bracket, the 25 and 85 mm Batis lenses, and the Zony 35 and 55 mm lenses. And that leaves plenty of room for additional gear. In fact, I rented a few times the Sony 70-200 f4 and still had plenty of space. It would for sure fit another mirror less body for instance.

The bag has a flat profile and fits in each overhead bin I've used it with so far. But it most likely would also fit underneath most if not all seats except for puddle jumpers and alike. It has a front pocket that takes 15in MacBook Pro but it's a tight fit and has little cushioning.

Worth a look. Joerg


thanks for the info I will check it out.
 

by E.J. Peiker on Sat Apr 15, 2017 9:55 pm
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Take a look at the Mindshift Backlight 25L
 

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