Safari and camera bags

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SGA
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Re: Safari and camera bags

For our safari last year I used an E-M1 and E-M1.2.  On the drives I kept them on sling straps, resting in my lap when not shooting.   I had the 40-150/2.8 and 100-400 mounted most of the time, and the 12-35/2.8 and MC1.4 in the bag with me.

Backpacks don't work while your in the vehicle.

Belt clips don't work either (I'm partial to Spider, but the same goes for Capture Clips ).

A shoulder bag like the Tenba DNA might work to store the cameras while not shooting, but I didn't do this.  I transported my kit from the USA in a Think Tank Airport Essentials, which fit everything perfectly.  I brought a tripod, which turned out to be a waste.

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