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COMPLETED Vintage Domke

Discussion in 'Completed Listings' started by SRHEdD, Jul 11, 2012.

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  1. SRHEdD

    SRHEdD Mu-43 Top Veteran

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    Picked this up for my m4/3 kit, but it won't hold three bodies and I really want to keep all three. There are two sewn-in canvas dividers. Also has a sliding/removable exterior pouch perfect for a large flash (bottom snaps to bag on either side!), a back pouch for documents, and a front snap pouch. Excellent overall condition for what must be a 30 year old bag. Looks new, feels soft. No rust on hardware. Amazing condition. Black tag has no model number, but reads "Domke Bag" with a Philadelphia P.O. box address (easily pre-Tiffen). How about $75 shipped in the U.S.?

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  2. sprocket87

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    Could I trouble you for more photos? Hard to get a feel for the overall size & external appearance.

    Thanks
     
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    I'm looking for a Domke or similar style of bag for my m43 kit. As sprocket requested, do you have any other photos that could better show the size and different pockets? I have an E-M5 as well. Could you post a photo with yours inside to give a better idea of use of space? Thanks.
     
  5. SRHEdD

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    bag2.JPG

    E-PL2 in the left pocket, OM-D w/HLD-6 and kit zoom in middle, 14-150 on the right (sitting on an FCON). Flash is in outside pouch. MCON and kit flash up front. There is still a pocket on the back, a small on in the lid. The flash pouch can go to either side (it uses velcro and a snap to stay in place, or can come off all together), the front pouch snaps shut, the back one doesn't. The bag is deep, so I'd personally put a small folded hand towel in the bottom of the center. Handy to have, and more cushion under the OM-D. The left and right canvas dividers can push flat if you want an insert inside instead, and it comes with a small black divider (shown on the left, outside of the bag). The lid has a buckle lock and velcro. I'd say this was 95% of new easily. Sorry about the color quality, I over-dodged the inside a bit.

    I'm open to trades, too.

    BTW, Beach Camera was selling 58mm Oly pinch caps for about $6. I like to leave the hood on and ready to shoot, the pinch cap makes that much easier.
     
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    bump, gotta go!
     
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    another bump
     
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    can the front pocket fit an ipad? thanks!
     
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    No, not tall enough, the ipad would only go in about halfway.
     
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