Advanced Rear Backpack by Manfrotto
- 1 product, 3 usages. It's a camera backpack, a laptop backpack & a daypack
- Back side opening maximize security
- Protect the traveling tripod by putting it inside the pocket
- Hold 70-200mm f/2.8 lens detached
- Resist bad weather by using supplied rain cover
Manfrotto Advanced rear backpack is something more than a camera backpack! It can be used as a DSLR backpack, a laptop backpack, a daypack or just take the protective camera case out and use it as a camera insert inside your daypack. The lower compartment holds a professional DSLR camera body (e.g 5D mark III or D800) with 3 lenses (e.g. 16-35/2.8, 24-70/2.8, 70-200/2.8). The zipper of the camera compartment hides on the backside of the backpack close to body of you, which gives maximum security to your valuable equipment. There is space for personal belongings in the upper compartment so you can count on it for a day trip. The independent laptop compartment will hold a 13” laptop computer, a 10” tablet and some A4-size documents. It can be opened separately during airport luggage check without affecting your camera equipment or belongings.
To maximize the security of your laptop & tablet, the zipper heads can locked by a small password lock (not included). After removing the protective camera case, the upper & lower compartments can be connected by unzipping the zipper between them and it will become a travel daypack immediately! You can carry your tripod on the bag in 2 ways, either insert it to the side pocket and secure it with the side strap or put it inside the expandable tripod pocket, which is hidden if it is not in use. It fit perfectly a Manfrotto Befree tripod. There are numerous external & internal pockets to organize the small accessories. In rainy days, just cover the bag by the supplied rain cover and your equipment will be free from water! The padded shoulder straps come with a sternum strap and a waist strap to provide maximum comfort of carrying. It can be used together with Manfrotto PL Camera Strap by connecting the strap to the D-rings on the shoulder strap. That will evenly distributor the weight of the camera to your shoulders.