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Small solution for tele-converters
Kevin Krows, Photographer
Forsyth | IL | USA | Posted: 10:57 AM on 06.04.16
->> I looking for a small simple solution for storing a 1.4TC and 2.0 TC on my hip. Something easy to make switching TC's easy and fast.

My preference is to use a small waist bag that can also be folded up and stored inside my camera bag.

Any thoughts?
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Paul DiSalvo, Photographer
Highlands Ranch | CO | United States of America | Posted: 11:26 AM on 06.04.16
->> I have a very small Lowepro case (p/s camera sized) zip-tied to my monopod.
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Andrew Nelles, Photographer
Nashville | TN | usa | Posted: 11:55 AM on 06.04.16
->> I use one of these to keep my TCs in.

http://www.newswear.com/smallpdetail.htm
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Randy Sartin, Photographer, Assistant
Knoxville | TN | USA | Posted: 9:01 PM on 06.04.16
->> Paul, Thank You! (says the guy who is about to shoot youth baseball for 8 weeks straight)
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Tom Story, Photographer
Tempe | AZ | USA | Posted: 10:46 PM on 06.04.16
->> Second on the NewWear pouch and you might also glue a pair of rear caps together back to back, so you grab both TCs at one time and have fewer things to fumble with.
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David Rosenblum, Photographer
Jacksonville Beach | Fl | USA | Posted: 11:03 AM on 06.07.16
->> Whatever you do, don't stick it in your pocket :)

I lost a 1.4x that way.
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Ron Holman, Photographer
Visalia | CA | USA | Posted: 9:12 PM on 06.08.16
->> I found a small Case Logic zippered case at one of our local stores for about $10. The diameter was perfect but more than twice as deep as I needed. So I also store my 50mm/1.8 at the bottom with a thick chunk of foam between it and the TC-14. There are tons of similar cases but I picked this one because the dual velcro arrangement goes over a belt without taking the belt off or around a vertical strap.
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Robert Deutsch, Photographer
NY | NY | USA | Posted: 1:03 PM on 06.09.16
->> The old ThinkTank Lens Drop In is perfect for a tc14... but discontinued. You can put on belt, or any bag...
New Lens drop may work also, haven't tested that.
But if you can find the old one, I recommend it...
https://www.uniquephoto.com/think-tank-photo-large-lens-drop-in-188
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Kevin Krows, Photographer
Forsyth | IL | USA | Posted: 3:58 PM on 06.09.16
->> I have a lens drop in and it works great if you are just using one TC. I need something that can be used for both TC's. The lens drop in does not have a divider that keeps the two TC's separate. I don't want caps on them so I can make quick changes.
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Alan Look, Photographer
Bloomington - Normal | IL | United States | Posted: 7:21 PM on 06.09.16
->> $10 fanny pack with two zippered pouches and a water bottle space. The converters fit perfectly in the bottle space, in our out of the felt pouch they came in.
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