What type of interior system do you want: Padded Dividers, or Pull and Pluck Foam?
Do you want to pack the bodies with the lenses on or off?
The Pelican 1510 with Padded Dividers has enough space to hold the gear you listed assuming the lenses are not mounted on the camera bodies. The 1510 is also the largest Pelican case that is Domestic Airline Carry-on legal. Good Luck and Enjoy your Nikons!
Mon 11-Mar-13 11:41 AM | edited Mon 11-Mar-13 11:42 AM by PSAGuy
Hey thanks for the help here.
I think I want the foam and not dividers. I have the dividers in my Lowepro backpack and they become a bit messy. My issue has been I want a case to bring to remote sites and lock.....and one I can make as small as practical without having to leave things out. If the 1510 works with dividers, it should work with foam cutouts I'd guess. I'll take a look at it.
Sorry I was slow getting back to you. That gear in a 1510 is a pretty tight fit with the padded dividers. I doubt all of your gear will fit with the foam interior since it requires at least two inches between each piece of gear to provide decent protection.
Case is being delivered today......and I am absolutely OK if some has to be left outside the case, as I have a huge Lowepro Pro-Trekker 300AW to supplement. The case is mostly for working games in hockey arenas where I know I'll only use one zoom and (maybe) one mid-range lens. I don't plan on putting the flash units in there...so it should be fine. I laid it all out on a scale sheet of paper.
My 1520 case got her the other day and I put it thru it's first test assignment this past weekend. This bad boy is great !! What a beast of a case...tough as nails. It's just the right size for 1 body and 2 lenses (a 70-200 f2.8 and a 28-70 f2.8) along with some cutouts for CF cards and my Sekonic and some other misc stuff. I have ordered a second one for my other body, a third lens (85 f1.4) flash units, and 3 Pocketwizards.
I like the tan one I ordered as it's easy to mark with my company logo and info. I got lucky on this thanks to insight from fellow Nikonians.