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Quick question - what are folks using for a bag for an OMD kit? Most of the bags seem to be made for deeper/taller regular SLR gear. I have a Domke F2 that I really liked for my Nikon SLR stuff, but its obviously way too big for m4/3.
I want to carry the om d with the horiz grip, rokinon fish, 7-14, 25/1.4, 45, 60 macro. Down the road I will likely add the 75 1.8 and maybe the 12 prime or a fast zoom like the 12-35. And then I'll need a long tele of...Show more →
Bmwrider, I got one for x-mas that I had wished for, it was actually linked through another thread on fredmiranda. The thread was about bags for the OM-D actually. I might be able to post some photos of the bag in the week to come, some interior shots especially as those are sorely missing from their website. The bag is a Wotancraft Cityexplorer Scout. I've only had it a few days as it took some time to arrive so I haven't had the time to really carry it around a lot. Carried for two days in a row, first day about 6 hours and the second day for about 8 and it worked fine.
The link is here http://www.wotancraft.com/shop/bag/scout
What I can tell you so far is that it feels awesome, I've never seen a bad with such heavy duty materials and such high quality. Everything is built to very high standards and the materials feel as if they will last a lifetime or several. It's made from waxed canvas and leather. The interior is actually a second bag that can be removed and that bag is made out of waterproof material (apparently the same material as used in the skirt of hovercraft). The zippers too are sealed against water. It can also hold a 10" notebook or a full sized iPad. It's not the lightest bag on the market but like I said, it feels like it will last a lifetime if not more. I'm very very happy with it so far and I'll see if I can post some photos of it in here soon. Currently I have a EM-5 with a lens on it (usually PL 25mm), the Oly 45mm, the Oly 12-50mm, a Nikon Ai 50mm F1.2 with adapter on it, the small Oly flash and the battery charger in the main compartment. In the two small outer pockets I have ND filters, aspirins and some other "good to have with you things". I haven't really got it set up the way I want it yet but I will soon enough.
Apologize for the long post, will take some photos soon and let those speak instead.