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How Do You Carry Your Gear?

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There seems to be more and more larger "portable" headphones on the market.  I'm starting to look for ways to carry an iPad Air, Fuji X20 point and shoot camera and a B&W P7 with a Total BitHead headphone amplifier. I usually get by with a Tom Bihn Ristretto (1st generation) for my P5 and iPad Air. However with the P7 and Fuji X2 I'm now looking at the Tom Bihn Co-Pilot and the Incase Design DSLR Sling Pack (not the larger "Pro" version). 

 

http://www.tombihn.com/PROD/TB0222.html

 

http://goincase.com/shop/incase-dslr-pro-sling-pack

 

It seems to me that some of the carry cases designed for cameras might make a good equipment carry case for an assortment of gear. That is what got me to start looking at camera cases. The ability of camera cases to adjust the size of their internal compartments is a plus.

 

Does anyone have some favorite carry bags and/or cases? If so what are you hauling in them?

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It's a bit on the expensive side, but if I want to bring along my Audio Technica ESW9 I use the Billingham Hadley Pro. The front pocket is large enough to store the headphones, along with enough compartments inside the bag itself for other camera and audio gear. It helps that the ESW9 can fold flat, of course.

 

National Geographic and Manfrotto shoulder/messenger bags are also good for audio + camera gear.

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I use a crumbler 6 million dollar home bag for my semi portable rig

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