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Flight Case Needed For my DVX-100A

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#1 Marc_Abernathy


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Posted 05 May 2006 - 07:02 PM


i need a case for my camera thats Airplane handler safe! i dont want to carry it on the plane as carry on baggage if at all possible...

ive never had to fly with my prized camera so if you guys think its best to carry it on the plane then thats what i will do. if there is a good quality case designed for this camera or smililar, please share any info... thx folks..
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#2 Kris Torch Wilson

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Posted 05 May 2006 - 07:22 PM

I have a basic A&J case that I drop the soft case into. Drop a stinger and a hunk of coax on top to keep it from bouncing around. Been on more trips than I can count and never had a problem. Anvil or any other hard case would be just fine. When you get to town leave the hard case in hotel and you're good to go. If you are in L.A. Bexel sells used cases or you can check them out on line.
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#3 Erwin Landau

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Posted 06 May 2006 - 12:10 AM

An Anvil case is a little of an overkill for that Camera. I would look into pelican or storm cases. You can buy them with pick and plug foam (as a emergency solution), with padded dividers or costume cut foam. They are way lighter then an ATA case and easier to carry like a suitcase.



You can find very good deals online. BTW: Charles Papert is a dealer for the Storm cases.

Hope that helps,

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#4 Kurt Warner

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Posted 07 May 2006 - 06:48 AM


I own several Storm Cases and I love them.
Also try www.cases2go.com out of Lutz, FL. They may be closer to you and save you some money on shipping. I've bought all my cases from them and I've found that they have great turn around.

Also ,Always check to see if the case comes with foam an what type. The cube is easy to work with but will start to fall apart faster than a solid foam. To cut the solid foam I've used an old hacksaw blade and heated it up with a torch. It cuts like butter !

Good Luck
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Posted 07 May 2006 - 07:08 AM

thx guys for the info. erwin i went to the pelican site before this post and i guess i ws hoping someone would say "yeah i have the model X case that fits this camera good".. or something.. :-)

thx guys...
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