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Details

  • 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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Specs

Best Use Photography
Material(s) 610-denier Cordura HP polyester
Dimensions 23.5 x 15 x 13 inches
Fits Camera Type DSLR
Hipbelt Yes
Weight 3 lb. 8 oz.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Adventure minded pack for photographers I shoot for Forest Crest Photography and I shoot a lot of adventure type shoots far from civilization. Prior to this pack I have been stuffing two cameras, lenses and associated gear into a Gregory 30l. This pack being 10L larger has helped my storage situation. Combined with the TAN large cube its also added to my peace of mind knowing everything is protected. Lid could use a different mounting setup but other than that this pack is great. Its not a camera bag. Its a full blown hiking pack that just happens to carry cameras. I liked it so much I actually did a full review of this thing.
Date published: 2017-02-19
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Does the main compartment have dividers or is it an open compartment that I have to add padding to cushion my gear?

Asked by: lpbreite
The main compartment is just a wide open area. You will need to use your own padded camera inserts or buy the accompanying kit cubes from the same Chris Burkard collection from Mountainsmith.
Answered by: rogsim
Date published: 2017-06-01

Is there a place where one can attach a tripod to the outside of the backpack?

Asked by: jkolker
​There are many hooks, loops and straps on this pack to hold a tripod.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-03
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