Designed for equipment-intensive photography, our DSLR Pro Pack camera bag offers a generous carrying capacity. The large volume main compartment has an array of fully customizable dividers to safely house all kinds of camera bodies, lenses and flashes.
But the Pro Pack doesn't sacrifice accessibility for storage; a second zipper gives you instant access to the padded main compartment for fast equipment changes. For easy in-field editing there's a slip pocket for an iPad as well as a padded compartment that fits up to a 15" MacBook Pro. External straps let you attach a tripod when you need a stable shooting platform.
To support heavy loads, the fully padded shoulder straps and mesh back panel offer excellent breathability and comfort while the adjustable sternum strap stabilizes the pack. In addition, the durable heathered exterior gives you a dependable camera bag with a uniquely refined look and feel.
20.3" x 12.9" x 11.7"
52cm x 33cm x 30cm
1586 cu in
Compatibility Fits up to a 15" MacBook Pro
This bag is great. It's insane how much stuff can fit into it. My Canon 50D (with installed battery grip) fits great into the bag. Plenty of room for multiple lenses. I like having the MacBook pocket and the iPad pocket. The small, outside pocket is great for the essential keys and headphones (along with other things) for quick access. It's also a great carry on when traveling. All your gear and processing tools are neatly organized in one bag. No need for two different bags (camera bag and computer bag).
My only downfall is that it's too bulky. Yes, you're putting a lot into the bag (which again is great), but I cannot see myself carrying around this large backpack on the regular or even during a photo shoot. With all your camera gear and editing gear, it can get pretty heavy. When I shoot, I want to move and not let weight slow me down. This bag slows me down.
Overall, I give it 4 out of 5. It's all up to the consumer on what they find more important while shooting; assortment of gear and processing tools VS. the weight and size of the bag.
It fits the lenses I would take on a day trip comfortably. However, it does not fit my cameras with a vertical grip. It sticks out about 2 inches. It's a bit unfortunate that they are called "Pro" if they can't fit the pro cameras. Heaven forbid I also have my R-strap or a tripod plate installed on the bottom of the camera.
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