Mountainsmith Tanuck 40 Camera Pack

Color: Black
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Create a custom carry system for your photo gear, starting with the Mountainsmith Tanuck 40 camera pack. Packing cubes, a lumbar pack and other options (sold separately) expand the possibilities.

  • Features

    • Interior hydration sleeve with exit port holds a reservoir (sold separately) for water on the go
    • Weather-resistant base panel allows the camera bag to stand up on its own for easy access and gear protection
    • Water-resistant exterior and tough Cordura® fabric help keep your lenses, light stands, cameras and photography essentials protected
    • Pack light stands, tripods, water bottles and accessories in the side pockets; front panel expansion pocket has an interior organization and cord closure
    • Webbing on the side panels provides custom attachments for accessories; removable side compression straps with D-ring attachment points stabilize your load
    • Removable top lid clips into shoulder strap D-rings for a chest-mount carry option and instant access to your camera, lenses, phone, batteries and more
    • EVA framesheet with air-mesh back panel allows airflow to keep your back cool; easy-access laptop compartment in the back panel fits most 17 in. screens
    • Removable, padded, quick-release hipbelt is compatible with the Mountainsmith Tanack 10 lumbar pack (sold separately)
    • Dual-density shoulder straps with load-lifter suspension add comfort
    • Storm collar with cord closure keeps the elements out; removable rain cover can be quickly deployed from the base panel pocket
    • Covered by Mountainsmith lifetime warranty


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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use



    610-denier Cordura HP polyester


    23.5 x 15 x 13 inches

    Fits Camera Type





    5 lbs. 5 oz.

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