Hex Raven Mirrorless Bag

1 week 1 day ago #655137 by Paul Velasco
Would this hold Canon EOS R with 24-105mm and 24-70mm with room to spare? 

And a flash? 


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1 week 21 hours ago #655151 by Karen Russell
That clam shell back pack looks interesting.  I wonder how it feels on your back with a  computer stuffed in it? 


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1 week 14 hours ago #655158 by J Photo Man
Not a lot of reviews out there on these.  I was originally looking at the Peak Design sling and then saw the Hex sling on B&H, but the review (there is only one) isn't all that great  https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1443814-REG/hex_hx2469_camo_ranger_dslr_sling_camo.html/reviews

Well it's kind of in the middle.  I'm still on the fence myself.  


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1 week 14 hours ago #655163 by Red Tail
That reviewer doesn't say what camera they have, this bag could be for mirrorless and he's trying to stuff a Canon 1Dx in it!  ha ha ha


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1 week 3 hours ago #655263 by D Hornick
Looks like a mirrorless bag, sleek.  It looks like it has a little more room than the Peak Design.  I'm curious about that reviewers thoughts on the strap.  I'm trying to look at the photos to see what he is talking about.  On their website, they are sold out.  


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6 days 22 hours ago #655286 by Zach Mosher

Paul Velasco wrote: Would this hold Canon EOS R with 24-105mm and 24-70mm with room to spare? 

And a flash? 


Hey Paul, got your PM, sorry for getting back so late.  No, I'm going to keep that.  Sent you link to one I found you might want to look into.  

Regarding this post, seems like a interesting bag.  While you are in NYC, you should swing my B&H and test it out in person.  


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5 days 21 hours ago #655379 by Ian Stone
I think the day of the big bags are done.  Mirrorless is the key now.  Small bags like this will dominate.  


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4 days 4 hours ago #655480 by Sean Lamber
For what you are trying to fit into that bag, it looks like a perfect fit based on the photos.  


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3 days 14 hours ago #655521 by Chris Briggs
Never heard of this one. I'll stick with my Peak Design sling.  


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3 days 5 hours ago #655597 by Ian Stone

Chris Briggs wrote: Never heard of this one. I'll stick with my Peak Design sling.  


Yep, these guys get it the most out of bag makers.  I have their backpack and messenger.  I use the messenger the most, daily actually.  


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2 days 12 hours ago #655687 by Colorado Mike
Looks like it, and based on what they say about it as well.  


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1 day 18 hours ago #655794 by Marin Chi
Blue and grey is surprising a good looking bag, and I don't normally like camo.  But no stock.  


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1 day 18 hours ago #655796 by Paul Velasco
Agree, and got my answer, thanks all!


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1 day 2 hours ago #655907 by Frost Photography
I was just looking at this bag last week.  B&H doesn't show inventory either.  What's funny is the B&H rep was telling me about this bag when I asked what are some low profile sling style bags.  Then he mentioned they were out of inventory.




Just checked they have the plain black one in stock.  Honestly, not feeling that one.  But hey to each their own  https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1443813-REG/hex_hx2469_blck_ranger_dslr_sling_black.html

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