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    bag/container for Phase One backs

    Just wondering if anyone has a nice bag or container for a phase one back similar to what I have seen for some of the leaf backs. Right now I wrap my IQ180 in a lens wrap and then it goes into my backpack.

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    Re: bag/container for Phase One backs

    Ken,

    I rarely remove my MFDB from the camera, except to clean an errant dust spot on the sensor. If I do remove the MFDB to travel, it's always with the metal cover locked into place over the sensor, and then placed into a small Pelican 1200 that I cut out the foam specifically for the MFDB. It's almost impervious. Only about $38 at B&H and available in a lot of pretty colors.

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/search...tialSearch=yes

    I'm sure you could probably do the same with a small soft side bag as well---and stuff it with a pre-cut foam insert for the MFDB. The old Kodak DCS back came with a small zipped soft side bag which was perfect, about the size of an index card file box.

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    Re: bag/container for Phase One backs

    Here look at there lens cases . I have one sitting here that would fit my 160 back

    https://www.photobackpacker.com/mm5/...ory_Code=RPT02
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    Re: bag/container for Phase One backs

    Which one did you select for the IQ back?
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    Re: bag/container for Phase One backs

    Not sure has no model number. Stephen sent it to me as a gift but it does work.
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