I promised in an earlier post to follow-up once I had purchased the camera bags on my list. Well, instead of a full review, you get an overview of what I managed to fit into the Pelican 1510 case. I have been most impressed with the TrekPak system and the ease of organization it offers. No more Velcro here!

Pelican 1510 Case with Pelican 1519 Lid Organizer and TrekPak Inserts

Pelican 1510 Case with Pelican 1519 Lid Organizer and TrekPak Inserts

1. Canon EF 70-200 f/2.8 L IS USM

2. (2) LaCie 1TB Thunderbolt Rugged Hard Drives

3. Canon EF 17-40mm f/4 L USM

4. Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM

5. Canon Speedlite 430 EX

6. Battery Bag with (4) Canon LP-E6

7. Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8 L USM

8. Canon EOS 7D Body

9. Canon EOS 7D Mark II Body

10. Canon Powershot G15

11. (2) Canon Battery Chargers

12. (2) Canon Battery Chargers, (2) CF/SD Card Readers

13. Plastic Bags, Rocket Blower, Extra TrekPak Pins

14. ThinkTank Pixel Pocket Rocket Card Holder, Business Cards, Canon Remote Switch RS-80N3

15. (2) USB 3.0 Cord, (2) Thunderbolt Cord, (2) USB Card Reader Cord

16. Lowepro Filter Sleeve (usually on top of #1)

17. TrekPak insert for Pelican 1510

18. Pelican 1510 Case

19. Pelican 1519 Lid Organizer

In the next couple of weeks I'll put up some pictures and a brief write-up of the Deuter Men's Freerider Pro 30 with TrekPak insert. This is the camera bag I'm currently using to get into more remote locations with camera gear in tow. In fact, we (the bag and I)  just returned from a trip to San Diego last weekend and we're  off to Zion National Park  this weekend.