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Two sets of durable wheels and a handle that telescopes to a comfortable length allow you to safely pull heavy equipment. This backpack can hold 4"x5" or 8"x10" film holders in its large front pocket. A padded flap separates camera equipment from interior mesh pockets, and removable dividers allow you to customize the interior to your specific needs. The backpack's ergonomically designed shoulder straps with sternum and waist belts allow you to carry heavy loads comfortably for long periods of time.
Submitted by Dustinn a Professional
Date Reviewed: May 11, 2006
Strengths: Lasts forever.
Weaknesses: The pull out handle broke after 7 years of heavy use so it's not really a weakness, but the only one I can think of.
This was the best bag I've ever purchased. I have had it for about 7 years and just now retired it due to the pull out handle breaking. It's been all over the country and I've used it to pack my Video camera, audio gear and photography gear, even a few lights. It's rugged, very durable and plain. I say plain in the best way possible because many camera bags are very obnoxious when it comes to their color schemes. Bright colors and such just attract unwanted attention. So I like the grey and black colors.
Duration Product Used: 6-10 years
Price Paid: $150.00
Purchased At: B&H
Similar Products Used: Kata, PortaBrace, LowelPro, Pelecan.
Type of photography: People
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