Most compact bag for a 50R+50

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Harold66 Veteran Member • Posts: 9,189
Re: Most compact bag for a 50R+50

Apollon wrote:

Harold66 wrote:

debo wrote:

Hi, am a FujiX guy for the last 5+ years (started with a X100 and the rest is history). After some hesitation I got hold of a 50R+50 combo and I am liking the experience.

Whats the most compact/lightweight bag for this, so that I can take it on my day trips instead of my X100F in my jeans pocket


it would be useful for you to specify what kind of bag you would favor . shoulder bag ? messenger bag ? backpack ? sling

also essential to choose the right bag is to know whether you need to have space for a laptop or just a tablet or what ?

do you plan to travel by plane often or not ?

personally I would advise against the think tank advice you received . in addition to being overpriced they are overkill in terms of partition which reduces inside space and add to the weight

depending on what kind of bag you would favor , you would get different advice

for long hikes or carrying all day a backpack is WAY BETTER than any shoulder bag


I used Billingham Hadley Pro, Hadley Small (or Small Pro), and Domke F-2, depend on the lens I bring and what for, where.

If I bring only 50$+50mm and make it as small as possible, I will used Hadley Small.

if it works for you 

I do not use my shoulder bags anymore. but the main  advantage of a shoulder bag is easy access to the equipment . and for easy access to equipment there are  way better choices  than the hadleys  .

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