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Details

  • Interior is designed with custom dividers built for easy fine-tuning and maximum gear capacity
  • ActiveZone System harness with removable hipbelt ensures all-day comfort and support
  • Built-in all-weather cover helps protect your gear from the elements
  • Grab your camera fast from the turret-style top opening
  • Spacious design offers room for small tablet, 2 lenses, pro-size DSLR, smartphone and accessories
  • Secure a compact tripod, trekking poles or light jacket to the external attachment straps; top pocket secures small essentials

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Specs

Best Use Hiking
Material(s) 900-denier polyester
Dimensions 18 x 11 x 7 inches
Fits Camera Type DSLR
Hipbelt Yes
Weight 3 lbs. 14 oz. ounces
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great travel bag Bought this bag for a motorbike trip to Nepal, India and Bhutan. Needed a backpack to carry on the bike and for ease of access to camera while riding. Also used for trek to Tigers Nest Monestry in rain and snow which provided great protection from the elements.
Date published: 2017-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exaclty what I was looking for I am using the BP 250 AW for a bit more than a month now and am very happy with my choice. What I wanted was a bag for a full set of a mirror-less camera and lenses (full PRO set of Olympus in my case). I also wanted side openings for quick lens access and tripod attachment. My setup works as planned. I am accessing the camera with the attached mid range lens from the top, the 40-150mm and the 7-14mm from opposite sides. Dividing the interior for accessing the 40-150mm with attached hood (detached tripod collar) took several revisions but works now fine. The interior then still has room for the macro lens, tripod collar, filters, and cleaning utilities. I have been using the bag with attached full size tripod (6lb & 26" folded length) and that works still with swinging the bag from one shoulder and side accessing a sens. But this is clearly at the limit of what should balanced from one shoulder. A few thoughts: (1) Using a tripod and side access limits adding further exterior pockets as there will only be one vertical lane left. Only every second stitching is wide enough for an attachment. (2) The exterior zip pocket running down the front side is very useful and I was not even aware from the product description and images. This also has a snap hook for car keys or similar. (3) The supply of dividers as ample but still somewhat limiting. The max-fit dividers are easy to place but have a smooth surface that can not be attached to other connectors. If all these dividers where also felt-covered, the setups could be much better fine-tuned. (4) This bag can be combined with a Light Utility Belt as the pockets to stow away the small hip belt are reach-through. This allows adding the two hip attachments with 4 more SlipLock positions each. However the belts the BP 250 comes with are not detachable in a reversible way.
Date published: 2016-01-03
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