I agree with you on the Olympus Photo Sharing tool on iOS is a mixed bag.
Sometimes it really get on my nerves when I forgot to switch of the wifi and my eye is on the viewfinder already but I can't press the shutter button.
If I want to travel light, I'm using Artisan & Artist DCAM-7200 in black/red trim.
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Here are the pics of the bag and the gears
OM-D with RRS grip, mounted with Pan 12-35, Oly 45, FL-600r, Tamrac cases in the 2 front compartments
I'm not sure what is the optimal height but I adjusted the strap to make sure the bottom of the camera doesn't touch my belt.
I'd rather have the camera wobble on my stomach, at least I know there's some cushion on it... lolz!
The Crumpler 5MDH is too big to hold all your gear listed and it has no dedicated pocket to store your tablet. I also don't like the separator for the new Crumpler. Still prefer the separator of the old Crumpler, more padding.
Right now I only have 2 bags :tongue:
If I want to travel light, the Artisan & Artist DCAM-7200 is my choice
Inside the main compartment I can store OM-D with RRS grip mounted with Pan 12-35 and FL-600r with Oly 45 1.8 in the next partition. I can always swap the flash with Pan 45-175 if...
I'm using Sirui T-025 carbon fiber tripod.
Good enough for my travelling as the folded length is only 30cm.
When fully extended, agree with the other users that it is a bit short, but no complain with the build quality.
Bought a Domke F-10 after I sold Crumpler 5MDH which I had for more than a year.
Inside I can keep the OM-D with Pan 12-35 mounted, and creates 2 partition for Pan 45-175 and Oly 45 1.8 with the small flash.
The front compartment is big and I can even throw in the batt charger, blower, filters, etc.
Hi all. My 1st post here.
I was in the same boat as you before, and I decided to get the body only while I saved up for the 12-35. Before I bought the 12-35, I used Oly 45 and Pan 14. Once I got hold of the 12-35, sold the pancake and use the Oly 45 if I need more reach. Never been happy and...