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Does anybody know of a bag / case that can hold the T / TL with T lens and EVF attached....

 

the lens being one of the larger ones, not the 23mm.

 

Thus doing away with the repetitive need to put the EVF on and off.

 

Such a bag should protect the EVF from being snapped off.

 

Said bag should not cost half an arm and leg.

 

 

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I've bought the Thinktankphoto Signature 10.

Perfect for a TL-2 with Visoflex attached, 60 mm Macro, 23 mm, an the 55-135.

 

https://www.thinktankphoto.com//collections/signature-series/products/signature-10

 

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Without any hesitation, I can say this is my best bag purchase  I ever made - fits The T with EVF, 18-56 and one other zoom lens quite nicely. .. also has  pockets for filters and batteries.  Unsurpassed build quality IMO.  The ONA Bowery Canvas.  I actually found this on a photo Buy/Sell forum for about 1/2 price. It was like new. I will admit that even though I can jam the camera with the evf mounted intro the bag, I usually  prefer to put the EVF in it's little leather pouch and place it in next to the body. 

 

Cheers,

 

Rick

 

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1141763-REG/ona_ona5_014gr_bowery_smoke.html

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Any bag / case / pouch to recommend for the TL2 + EVF + a smallish lens?

Have a look at the Mirrorless Mover 10 from TTP.

It's okay for the TL2 with Visoflex and 23mm attached.

 

 

 

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Without any hesitation, I can say this is my best bag purchase  I ever made - fits The T with EVF, 18-56 and one other zoom lens quite nicely. .. also has  pockets for filters and batteries.  Unsurpassed build quality IMO.  The ONA Bowery Canvas.  I actually found this on a photo Buy/Sell forum for about 1/2 price. It was like new. I will admit that even though I can jam the camera with the evf mounted intro the bag, I usually  prefer to put the EVF in it's little leather pouch and place it in next to the body. 

 

Cheers,

 

Rick

 

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1141763-REG/ona_ona5_014gr_bowery_smoke.html

It's a darn good bag Rick, I too found a similar one, well priced. It houses my SWC, a spare A-12 magazine, and the incident meter.

They are solid, and actually quite heavy, but all round excellent, and I might try my T in it at some stage. I could leave out the spare mag and meter, and just take the SWC and the T.

Gary

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I don't have a T yet (just bought one online) but I have had an ONA Bowery for a few years now.  Its a brilliant bag.  I've had OMD EM1 and then a A7II in it with lenses.  I have the black one and it still looks like new. Can remove the strap and use it as a insert in a larger bag too.  Its a neat bag, I've not wanted another bag since (I'm a bit of a bag enthusiast).

 

There's a version of this bag that has been made in partnership with Leica that has a red accents if that tickles your fancy

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I find the TL2+60TL is a great small and light combination for a walk in the country, or to take out to dinner or social occasions: the close up options and people shots are both well served in one convenient package. I usually use a wriststrap.

So I've been looking for a small case which fits just this combo, with space for the EVF if needed.

I was considering the Mirrorless Mover 10 mentioned by Ingo above, and also a Crumpler Pleasure Dome (available only outside Europe).

But I can report unexpectedly, for the record, that the Fogg Flute, which I already have for the M, also works fine. Unexpectedly because the dimensions suggest it is too small for the lens. However, it slides in neatly at an angle, easy to remove by the wriststrap.

Problem solved.

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Will this take the T with 60mm TL lens attached? Either with the lens pointing sideways, or with the camera on its back with the lens pointing upwards?

Yes.

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