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#1 Aidan Gray

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Posted 11 June 2015 - 07:06 AM

Hello all! 

   I'm in the market for a new production bag and I was just curious as to what everyone else around here uses. My only real criteria are that it has to be able to hold a 15" laptop and ideal has a spot for misc. production essentials (tape, slate, etc). I usually work as a 1st AC or a gaff, but I've been booking more and more DP jobs and have found that it can be really difficult operating onset without all my items readily accessible. I've been using a backpack for some time, but I would like to move to a messenger bag. 

 

I know of the CineBags Cinematographer bag, which I've been looking at, but I was just curious about other options and what you all use! 


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