QUOTE(Eiraku @ Dec 15 2018, 11:59 AM)
Been there lol, ran a A5100 + A6000 combo for a bit.... annnnd ditched the backup body in the end (and now running a 6300 single setup).
Yes, it was convenient (especially when you put an UWA on the backup and a walkaround 35-ish on the main) but extra weight and bulk is... well... extra weight and bulk (more the bulk though, weight isn't that bad) - especially when you spend a lot of your travel time walking for hours on end with a limited size bag with a lot of crap in it lol.
For events though, a dual body setup is daft fast as zero time is wasted lens changing pretty much. For travelling, IMHO you'll be better off getting a better "quick-change friendly" bag or something.
But yeah YMMV. Heck I don't even do zooms (or FF for that matter) due to "bulk" so I'm pretty much an extreme case.
I do prefer 2 body setup for travel purposes. 1 for wide angle & the other for 50mm & 85mm lenses.
Currently I'm using this messenger bag. It is the most convenient out of all the bags ive tested.
Very portable, small, can easily access the camera & can fit 2 apsc body with 3 prime lenses. Very2 convenient.https://www.lazada.com.my/products/elecom-l...MM72PZ&search=1
Can also get it from Lazada. But I bought it when I travel to Osaka last February.This post has been edited by dauf87: Dec 15 2018, 09:32 PM