Excerpt: This backpack is great! I'm no pro, but I take pictures during different events. This backpack does not scream 'camera bag' and it has great storage. I love how the camera gear is stored in the part of the bag that is against my back. I also have enough room to store my iPad, notebooks, and other gadgets I want to carry that aren't camera related. This bag is also extremely comfortable and I love the color!
Pros: Comfortable Strap, Durable, Good Protection, Lightweight
Excerpt: It's not the most spacious backpack I've ever used, but it has enough space for everything I need. I typically only use two lens per shoot, so it gets the job done for me. It's not completely water-proof, but knowing that my gear is well insulated makes me feel a little bit better. Overall, a great pack if you use just a little gear.
Pros: Attractive Design, Comfortable, Durable, Great Features, Lightweight
Excerpt: This was my first real camera backpack and it is great. I use it all the time with everything from day trips to trips to another continent. The size is perfect, not too big, not too small. It fits my D3100 and four lenses (kit, 70-300mm, 50mm, and 35mm). There are two reasons that the rear compartment works great for me: 1. There are a lot of pick-pockets in big cities, especially internationally, so I never have to worry about my gear. 2.
Pros: Attractive Design, Comfortable, Durable, Great Features, Lightweight, Roomy
Excerpt: Pro. <br />Good size camera bag for traveling with DSLR (with full frame body D 800 size and 24-70 plus a flash) or daily use without camera compartment. <br />Light weight. <br />Nice look. (Just a bit alike college students style )<br /><br />Cons.<br />The padding holds the body temperature(hot). I think its just like regular foam. Can't do any hiking or travel with it in summer time.<br />Not able to carry 70-200 in camera compartment.
Excerpt: I ordered this and well it says it doesn't fit a laptop correct but my gear really didn't fit in there either. I had a 70-300 lens and it can't just be put in straight up has to be lying down in the bag and that takes up more room making it a tight fit for a camera with a 18-55mm lens attached and the rest of cords and battery and such. Great bag if you have a small amount of gear not if you have a good amount of gear.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction