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Discussion in 'Riders with Cameras' started by Tezza263, Oct 20, 2015.

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    I am a motorcycle photographer and carry several lenses as part of my kit. 10-24flat, 24-70 f2.8, 70-200f2.8, 100-400f5.6, Canon speed light, Canon 7d markii as well as speed light external battery pack 20150930_102659.jpg 20150930_100249.jpg
     
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    Now that, sir, is a nice setup. The times I've carried a few lenses and stuff it's been in my lowepro backpack I use for most storage (rarely do I carry everything if I'm shooting), and then bury that in my ventura bag. Really neat setup you've got there with the panniers, for sure.
     
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    Thanks. It works really well, gives me peice of mind when traveling over rough roads that nothing will get damaged
     
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    Yeah for sure. We do something similar with some our work instruments, works well. I hadn't ever gone down the though process of fully kitting out a pannier setup like that though! With your couple of BMWs, do you have it so you can throw the panniers on either bike, or are they reserved for the GSA only?
     
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    The GSA is the work horse. The GTLE is for my wife and I to do lots of ks in comfort.
     
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