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Backpack for Goggles and M2P ??

OJsakila

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Here's some pics of what I'm doing...
The little black case the goggles fit in I purchased on ebay and that whole thing slides right in the top of the pack. You can see my Mavic in its foam factory casing sitting at the bottom of the pack... I have a little landing pad which also is sitting in the pack if u look closely. And the chair on the outside.. And there's a front pocket for the charger and reading glasses and extra props and whatever u need. And the mini iPad fits as well. A full size iPad would easily fit, also
 

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I love the DJI Sling Bag for carrying my MPP, goggles, two spare batteries, sun shade, and lens filters. Snug fit so nothing rattles, and very comfortable on my back. And fits easily in luggage when I travel.

I know M2s are a little bigger than MPP, but I suspect it will still fit the sling bag, which is also expandable, btw.
 
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Waterproof RC Drone Backpack Storage Shoulder Bag Carrying Case For DJI Mavic 883548042936 | eBay

this is the one i bought after watching lots of videos and such...it hold
mavic with battery
under the mavic with battery is the tablet mount/remote mount
controller transmiitter
3 spare batteries
spare set of blades
goggles head ring
goggles screen part
6 32gb SD cards
usb power pack for hooking up to the controller cuz the android device kills the remote battery
charger for above usb power pack
mavic leg extensions
cylindrical antenna
pagoda antenna
12v car/pack charger
set of nd filters in the case
various usb cables
my glasses (readers) i need top buy diopters to put in the goggles
outside has a large front zippered pocket that you can easily fit a 10 inch tablet in.
2 side pockets where i keep spare propellers
the sections that were cut out to form the fitted pockets are left in it, so you can reuse them and cut holes or slots to hold other parts
the pockets are really deep so i used some the form cut pieces and push them down in the holes to use as spacers and keep the pieces
high to have easier access to remove them
it has an aluminum handle, everything fits snuggly in the pockets, nothing rattles or wiggles, thats important to keep things from getting rub marks just from being carried inside the bag

i do not carry the ac/wall charger 4 port device cuz there is no AC where i go fly and record...if there was i could easily find a place in the bag for it.

i still have room and nooks to put other stuff ......it holds every single thing i need...i just grab it and go with no fear that i have forgotten something
when i purchase a P4P ill be getting this same bag but setup for the phantom.it is thick...bulky you know because of the the need to hold the goggles
but its not really all that bad imo.
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> " ...anyone have a large backpack that holds the goggles and M2P?"

This is my way to pack the Carry More Backpack that came with the Goggles RE. The black cardboard crate for the drone I cut out from its original shipping container. I haven't figured out how to stuff both the goggles and the prop guards in at the same time.

Best regards

Antero

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