Excerpt: I have a camera bag, but it always seemed to be getting in the way. Plus, it does not hold as much as the Flipside 300. Looking forward to use the backpack on my next trip. The backpack will hold my D90, 18-200mm lens, a flash and a 10-24mm lens. Plus, there is plenty room to take a battery charge and few other items.
Excerpt: Easily fit my Nikon D3300 and two lenses, 18-55mm and 70-300mm, along with all other needed equipment for the day. Provides great protection and is adjustable to form for to individual specifications for gear. Great value.
Excerpt: This is an outstanding backpack for hiking to get the best landscape shots. It is easy to handle, holds everything I need and has a great feel when carrying it. Having the waist strap makes it easy to sling the backpack around and gain access to the contents. I like the safety of having the zipper opening against my back when using it. I really like the tripod holder and strap on the outside - it makes the backpack perfect! The only drawback is the waist strap.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Roomy, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I can definitely say that this is the best bag I've ever had. Seriously, it fits my camera, couple lenses, Zoom H4N, calibrator, HDD, Wires and charges, phone, color passport, documents, flash cards and even a laptop!Tt's well made, so you stuff will be safe even if you fall from the bike or something like that.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I just started getting into photography and hiking to find places that I can shoot. With this bag, I've got plenty of room for my lenses and extra accessories. The bag is extremely sturdy and comfortable on the back. Worth every penny and I would recommend every time. I attempted to climb up behind a frozen waterfall but fell and hit every rock on the way down. My camera was perfectly fine in the bag and somehow I was too! Buy it, you won't be disappointed.