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I just purchased a Canon Rebel T2i with the 18-135 kit lense (totally new to DSLR's, so I've got lots to learn). I'm looking for opinions on the best type of pack to use that will also have space for my avy gear and other essentials. I checked out a few Lowe Pro waterproof packs on line, but can't tell by the pics if they have provisions for shovel, probe, etc. Thanks for any advice.
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I have a riser bag and custome cut foam layers the form a snug fit for the camera on all sides. I then glued the layers together with contact cement. The camera fits in the bag perfect and does not get beat up.

I used an electric carving knife to cut the foam.
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I have mine in a Pelican 1200 case. Its a bigger case, but the camera will be safe no matter what. It is water proof, dust proof, and shock resistant. It could probably be attached to your tunnel somewhere.
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I have a riser bag and custome cut foam layers the form a snug fit for the camera on all sides. I then glued the layers together with contact cement. The camera fits in the bag perfect and does not get beat up.

I used an electric carving knife to cut the foam.
Do you have a picture or two of this setup? Interested to see how it works
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Lots of companies make back country camera packs but none seem to made to carry a shovel properly. Dakine and burton make a pack and it is to easy to use the board straps to hold the shovel head. fstop and clik make some nice bags as well. Check out this link camera bags

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I use a handlebar bag from Snobunjee... pouches on both sides that zipper shut and have an overlay flap that velcros. Waterproof material. Camcorder in one pouch, digital camera in the other.

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I also keep my camera in my handlebar bag. Being that I don't wear a back-pack, I consider it to be the safest and smoothest place on the machine for it to be, as well as keeping it close at reach. Also a fan of the snobunjee bag, it has room for both cameras and a few other normal things... map, flagging tape, flashlight, etc.
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I have mine in a Pelican 1200 case. Its a bigger case, but the camera will be safe no matter what. It is water proof, dust proof, and shock resistant. It could probably be attached to your tunnel somewhere.
I have a Vanguard hard case mounted on the back of my tunnel. The case is water proof and that is a must with your camera equipment. The fact that it is shock resistant is a plus as well. I carry a DLSR body with a 18-200, flash, extra battery, 10-20 wide angle lens and lens cleaning supplies. I carry a couple of extra lens filters which help with blue skies and bright snow.

Any time I come across the small pouches of silica that are shipped inside electronic boxes I toss those in as well.

On my back is every thing that I need to save my life or my buddies. Under the seat is rope , tie straps, tools and such. Handle bar bag has other stuff.

The hard case works great. Keeps my camera gear dry and safe and considering that its worth as much as the sled thats key.
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I really appreciate all the replies so far. I had thought about going with a Pelican case originally, but after searching through old threads, I wasn't sure as others had said that the vibration and shock of being mounted on the tunnel would damage the camera. I thought that was kind of strange since I carry my $400 Fluke multimeter in a Pelican case and had it fall off the back of my truck (forgot it was there) at 30+ mph, bounce down the road and still it is fine. I think I would still lean towards a pack designed for cameras if it also had provision for avy gear.
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