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    carrying a camera

    I have been looking for something to pack my DSLR and lens into my tank bag to have it handy on the road, found this - looks just the job. You can simply cut it into a section of the bag and pluck out the camera and lens shape. Other suppliers on line too, key word "Pick n Pluck"

    http://www.efoam.co.uk/pick-n-pluck-...FUQUwwodMy4AWw

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    Quote Originally Posted by haditlowered View Post
    I have been looking for something to pack my DSLR and lens into my tank bag to have it handy on the road, found this - looks just the job. You can simply cut it into a section of the bag and pluck out the camera and lens shape. Other suppliers on line too, key word "Pick n Pluck"

    http://www.efoam.co.uk/pick-n-pluck-...FUQUwwodMy4AWw
    good find.
    Al Jesse panniers for sale , fits a 1200 GS /GSA Air cooled £450 posted.




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    Depending on how expensive your camera is, I'd definitely recommend looking into getting a CNC cut foam tray for your camera. Pick and Pluck is good if you're working to a budget, but you'll never get a perfect fit. A few extra £££ may be worth it in the long run. I found this place that does CNC foam cutting, if you do want to explore that option.

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    You have taken a right decision but in my opinion you would have an eye on different hand carry that can be more comfortable for you. For this you can have a look on different online stores that have huge variety of camera holders and bags that will be suitable for you. Why don't you try some Christmas shopping coupons 2017 it will help you more than anyone and you will find the perfect match for your camera.

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    Canon 5D3 and L series 24-80 (2) lens.. toss it in a bag. It's built so solidly and can take a hell of a beating.

    Theft is the issue , not damage ......( imho)

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    Nikon D2x then D3s tossed into tank bag, put in a zip lock if heavy monsoon rain. Never any problems. Same with Macbook Pro (HDD), in standard carry computer bag thrown into a pannier. They´ve had a rough life but still perform like new.

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