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Mindshift Gear Outbound Camera Holsters from $28 + Free S/H

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BHPhotoVideo.com [bhphotovideo.com] has select Mindshift Gear Outbound Camera Holsters from $27.99. Shipping is free.

Available:Holsters feature front zip pocket, webbing attachment loop, 420D nylon construction, and rain cover. Wear the holster with the padded shoulder strap, stabilizer waist belt and straps, or carry with the top handle.
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Not mirrorless, pass
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Not mirrorless, pass
these have mirrors?
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This is an insanely great price for a specific piece of gear that does what a lot of others won't: Integrate with your hiking backpack to make major hikes easier as a photographer. I did an overnight hike and wanted easy access to my camera with a 70-200mm G2 lens and I needed a way to put it away safely when crossing sketchy terrain. You don't want to fall on your camera or risk falling as safely as possible because you're worried about your gear. IT was unbelievable easy to gran and go and put away.

This has my highest recommendation for any camera gear if you have a need for a similar use.
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Good price. However, not as expandable as Lowepro Toploader
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This is an insanely great price for a specific piece of gear that does what a lot of others won't: Integrate with your hiking backpack to make major hikes easier as a photographer. I did an overnight hike and wanted easy access to my camera with a 70-200mm G2 lens and I needed a way to put it away safely when crossing sketchy terrain. You don't want to fall on your camera or risk falling as safely as possible because you're worried about your gear. IT was unbelievable easy to gran and go and put away.

This has my highest recommendation for any camera gear if you have a need for a similar use.
I am considering this for this exact reason. I currently have the peak designs pack clip for hiking with my a6000. The peak designs clip works great, but hiking in the PNW means lots of rain and sketchy footing so I often find myself still having to take my camera in and out of my backpack which slows us down considerably and then I take less photos. What size bag should I get? I hike with a the Sony 18-135 zoom and the wide lens Sigma 16mm prime. Is the 10 big enough to hold my camera w/ lens attached? Would the 10 bag itself fit within my packback if it becomes bothersome? Also I don't mind stuffing my other lens in my pack.

Thanks!
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I am considering this for this exact reason. I currently have the peak designs pack clip for hiking with my a6000. The peak designs clip works great, but hiking in the PNW means lots of rain and sketchy footing so I often find myself still having to take my camera in and out of my backpack which slows us down considerably and then I take less photos. What size bag should I get? I hike with a the Sony 18-135 zoom and the wide lens Sigma 16mm prime. Is the 10 big enough to hold my camera w/ lens attached? Would the 10 bag itself fit within my packback if it becomes bothersome? Also I don't mind stuffing my other lens in my pack.

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This is the exact one I bought: https://www.adorama.com/msmmh30.html They are the same other than this post's, Black color is probably preferred anyways.

So the 30 size is perfect for a D750 + Battery Grip + Tamron 70-200mm f2.8 G2. I also own the A6000 and knowing how small most lenses for Sony APS-C are...the 10 should be perfect for you. The top flap also has mesh that zip so you can store other stuff as well as the front pockets.

If you look at my personal pic you'll see I have the 30 attached to my 65L pack on the face of it. I didn't always want the camera available on my chest for easy access.... when the lights were going down and just wanted to make camp, I easily swapped it to piggyback on the backpack. Extremely versatile.
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This is the exact one I bought: https://www.adorama.com/msmmh30.html They are the same other than this post's, Black color is probably preferred anyways.

So the 30 size is perfect for a D750 + Battery Grip + Tamron 70-200mm f2.8 G2. I also own the A6000 and knowing how small most lenses for Sony APS-C are...the 10 should be perfect for you. The top flap also has mesh that zip so you can store other stuff as well as the front pockets.

If you look at my personal pic you'll see I have the 30 attached to my 65L pack on the face of it. I didn't always want the camera available on my chest for easy access.... when the lights were going down and just wanted to make camp, I easily swapped it to piggyback on the backpack. Extremely versatile.
thanks! I pulled the trigger on the 10. super excited about this.
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