Originally Posted by LuxZg
Since Adventura isn't available here, I think I'll go try Edit 120+. On it's own it's a bit bigger than Edit 110 that many people here use, but the "+" means it has one additional storage pouch that can be attached/removed as needed at the bottom of the bag. So if I want to pack a bit lighter, I can just detach the thing. Should cost me ~5$ than what they ask for Adventura 140 on the eBay, and I can get it after 1 day, not after 15. My vacation is nearing, so I'd rather have it early than late
I'll post few pictures when I get it and try it out a bit.
I'm in a bit of a hurry, but I wanted to say I'm pretty amazed what I've managed to fit inside this Edit 120+
Photos later, but I got:
- TM700, AND Panasonic DMC-FZ7 in the main compartment (DMC-FZ7 is a compact high-zoom cam); it's a bit tight, but they fit (with the soft divider between them which is pretty thick)
- chargers with cables for both cam and still cam in the "+" bottom compartment (detachable, so when I don't need chargers with me, I can just leave that part of bag at home)
- extra battery for still cam
- USB SD-card reader
- I could easily fit TM700 USB cable, DC cable and probably remote as well
- SD cards, keys, mobile phone, money, driving licence etc.
... I've got nothing else to carry really
When on a larger trip, DMC-FZ7 still cam would go to it's own bag, but I am really glad that I can fit both in one bag, when going out or something, and I want to "pack light", and I can still fit my personal belongings in the case as well
One drawback though, with VBG260 battery (still haven't received it, but tried with VF extended) - I think that cam won't fit vertically. But it can fit horizontally with both VBG260 and lens hood. Of course, without still cam than, so when case is just for TM700. It would actually leave a lot of room on top of the cam.. I think in that setup you can put charger at the bottom, than the soft divider over it, than TM700 on top.
I'll make some pictures with few things inside the bag, and in few different "setups/scenarios" so you get the feeling. It's a great bag, and it cost me.. roughly 18$ here in the local shop in Croatia.