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I store most of my lenses in various bags and the "big boys" in a fairly big Pelican case. And I put in several desiccant pouches in there, too.
+1, although I use Nanuk cases, the 940s are just right size wise for my old and new gears. They are for storage only, a Domke F2 is my field bag.
One 940 holds the following digital gears, comfortably packed, not super tight; the case interior is 20" x 14" x 6.5"
1) front edge, 1 long divider, 2 narrow, gripped 40D, gripped 50D, G12; all are standing up right with straps on top
2) two long dividers (left to right)
- back row, 2 dividers, 70-200 an 300 f4L IS (hood reversed on the 70-200), 1.4x T/C
- middle row, 5 dividers, 50 f1.4, 85 f1.8, 100L IS macro, 17-40L, 24-85, EF-S 10-22; hoods reversed on bottom
Micro fiber cloths, blower, wired remotes, batteries, filters n such are kept in my F2 pockets. I've a smallish Domke Brick 10 soft case where flash and macro accessories (rails) are as well as two EOS3 bodies; one gripped.
I had most of this gear on a book shelf, but it just gathers to much dust, thus the switch to cases, organized equals easy to find.