Is anyone using the MF-two when hiking in mother nature? It would be great to see an example of the camera packed in a backpack.
I'm using a Techno myself which I pack in a f-stop Satori EXP including 6 lenses and sliding back, but a friend of mine that's looking into getting a MF-two. It need to be possible to pack in a bag though, and I'm not sure how small it can get, it looks quite bulky.
Packing it in pieces won't do as it will slow down setup times, I'd like to see it packed with rail front and back standard and lens on as one unit, and sliding back on the side.
This is how I pack my Techno. If you don't need to change lens, setting it up is just up with the camera body on the tripod head, on with the sliding back (which already has the digital back mounted, and the back has the flash sync cable hanging from it), put in the flash sync cable and shoot (one shutter release cable pre-attached to all lenses).