Reviews and Problems with Canon 200EG Deluxe Photo Backpack
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Lats Viking, B&H Photo
4 April 2016
Excerpt: Convenient when spending a while walking in a photo opportunity area. Better than a bag as it stays put and keeps hands free. Takes a little more time to change lenses but planning ahead can reduce that.
Excerpt: For the price, this bag is great quality. I'm not worried about it falling apart anytime soon. It also has plenty of storage. I carry 2 DSLRs and 2 gopros with assorted lenses, and accessories with room to spare. Great for hikes or traveling where you need a medium ammount of storage.
Excerpt: I spent 3 weeks walking around with my heavy camera gear carried in the ThinkTank Retrospective 20. The ThinkTank bag is great, but my shoulders couldn't carry the load. I love my Kata R-102 backpack and have always used it for airplan carry on, and I find it comfortable to wear, but it doesn't have...
Excerpt: One would expect that anything that Canon puts its name onto should be of good quality, and the same goes for Nikon, Pentax, Olympus, Leica, etc.
This backpack succeeds at a remarkably low pricepoint, too.Don't expect the quality of a high-end pack, but it will do fine for casual strolling in the...
Excerpt: I will use it as a part of my photography equipment, in so that it would lighter or little heavier.
It will be also great to add more photography equipment, in if there are some room for them.
Excerpt: This backpack is cheap and very good quality! I used it on a trip to the Grand Canyon, for hiking in Zion Natinal Park, and also when Snowmobiling in the Colorado Roacky's! It is very durable and has great storage for your camera gear!