Tenba camera case for the 2013 Mac Pro

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  1. joe1946 macrumors regular

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    I just received my 6-core Mac Pro yesterday and tried fitting it in a Tenba camera case that I have and it fits great with the power cord in the front pocket.
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    I would think that some of the larger Canon L series lenses in that bag would be much heavier
     
  4. joe1946 thread starter macrumors regular

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    I only use it to transport it from place to place . I was looking at the Mac Pro Go Case for $129 but I think the Tenba bag is good enough.
    http://www.sfbags.com/products/mac-pro-go-case
     
  5. Mr Friendly macrumors newbie

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    Canon L Glass is definitely much heavier than the Mac Pro. The big stuff anyway. I shoot mostly prime L lenses and wish I had never left the point and shoot arena. Life would be simpler and weigh less.
     
  6. golf1410, Aug 16, 2014
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    Can you point where to buy this bag? What bag is it? Sling bag medium?
     
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  8. joe1946 thread starter macrumors regular

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    That is it and it is a perfect fit.
     
  9. golf1410 macrumors 6502a

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    Cool man, how is padding inside the bag?
     
  10. joe1946 thread starter macrumors regular

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    The Tenba padded dividers use velcro for a custom fit so I moved them to the bottom and sides to keep it snug and protect it when setting it down on a hard surface.
     

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