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Old January 23rd, 2005, 12:48 PM   #1
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My camera bag

Those of you who have been here for a while, have heard me talk about my rolling camera box. I have given links to the manufacturer, so that you could get a look at it.

I thought I would snap a pic or two, and post them in the "Show your setup" thread... and mayhem follows.

My camera bag

Contents are as follows-
Top tray
* various xlr and 1/4" adaptors
* firewire cable
* AA & 9v batteries
* Camera remote
* Maglite
* Business cards
* Bottle of Visine (For those loooooong nights ;)

Top inner tray
* 5 BP-915 style batteries and charger w/car adapter
* various a/v cables
* ATR55 shotgun mic

Top box
* 2 boxes of mini DV tapes and head cleaner
* Lens cleaning kit
* Full size headphones
* Lens hood
* GL 1
* Azden wireless receiver

Drawer
* 3 filters
* Cheapie tele extender lens
* 2 lapel mics with body packs

Bottom tray
* Screwdrivers, pliers, razor knife, etc.
* 2 1/4" x 6' cables
* Canon battery charger and adaptor plate

Bottom box
* 25' extension cord
* 10' extension cord with power strip/surge protector
* home made dimmer box
* electrical repair kit
* foam core bounce card
* various ct gels
*2 rolls gaffer's tape, not duct tape

Tripod does NOT fit in box... dammit

The box is hard enough to protect from some banging around, and is pretty water resistant. It is also strong enough for my 200 or so pounds to stand on. All for around $35 from Wally Mart.
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Old January 24th, 2005, 07:37 AM   #2
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I have a similar case that holds less, but I can sit and stand on
it as well. Great cases for the price! I always brought my tripod
seperate as well, not a biggie for me. Nice movie! <g>
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Old January 24th, 2005, 02:06 PM   #3
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Thanks Rob :)
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