/ F Stop Bags

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Nadir khan - on 06 Jan 2013
Finally got the Loka f-stop bag , here's a couple of shots from my first trip out with it and some thoughts on my blog
http://www.nadirkhanphotography.co.uk/image/536
http://www.nadirkhanphotography.co.uk/image/537
http://nadirkhanphotography.co.uk/blog/?p=567
Henry Iddon - on 07 Jan 2013
In reply to Nadir khan:

Glad you're happy with it.
Alex Ekins - on 09 Jan 2013
In reply to Nadir khan:
I really like my f-stop bags too, they are really versatile.
Philip on 09 Jan 2013
Did you consider any other brands?

I've got a Lowe Pro fastpack 350 and it will take my camera with 120-400mm lens mounted plus other two lenses, flash batteries,etc in the bottom half of the bag. Leaving the top free for binoculars for 2, or lunch for two. But it won't take the 120-400mm lens unmounted if I have my 17-85 or macro on the body. I need to upgrade to something that will hold more. Also take a monopod strapped to the side.
Nadir khan - on 09 Jan 2013
In reply to Philip: I have a number of camera bags and had looked at all the other options. The f stop seemed to have the features and flexability to allow me to do what i need to do with it . Being able to carry 2 axes , tripod and a snowboard is useful , even though its not what I'd be doing everyday. The down side is they're difficult to get hold of and seem to keep production numbers down or there's just a long waiting list for them .
Dan Lane - on 09 Jan 2013
In reply to Philip:

Clikelite also produce a similar line of bags, it's probably worth having a look there too as they're also designed for adventure photographers who'll be using them out in the mountains.

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