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    One thing that I find useful with my Brain Bag is to attach a side effect to the rail loops at the top. That makes a handy pouch for the small items like batteries and filters while leaving lots of room for the heavy bodies and lenses at the bottom.

    I really wish I could love my mirrorless system more. It is so much smaller and more convenient but I just haven't managed to get used to not seeing through the lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by viewsnortheast View Post
    One thing that I find useful with my Brain Bag is to attach a side effect to the rail loops at the top. That makes a handy pouch for the small items like batteries and filters while leaving lots of room for the heavy bodies and lenses at the bottom.

    I really wish I could love my mirrorless system more. It is so much smaller and more convenient but I just haven't managed to get used to not seeing through the lens.
    Unfortunately I can't attach anything to the interior of my Brain Bag. I bought mine in 2000 - wayyyy back - and I can't even remember how I stumbled onto Tom Bihn in those early internet days. Mine has snaps - no rails. I do usually put my Snake Charmer on top though.

    I used to think similarly about TTL optical viewfinders vs mirrorless. However, I agree with the general consensus of most reviewers: they rather take a good digital viewfinder over a small and dim optical viewfinder. Full frame cameras have great optical viewfinders but of course the tradeoff is weight of the camera and associated lenses. I have to say thought... the viewfinder on my Olympus EM5Mk2 is quite impressive.

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