Excerpt: I must say its the limit size wise. Smaller would be not handy. Fits 2 cameras, 2 lenses, 2 flashes and some small stuff perfectly. Good steady feel and grip. Padding much better than the cheaper bags i saw. Shame it only comes in black.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction
Excerpt: This backpack was to replace an old Pelican backpack that has become to cumbersome with age (mine). Unlike the Pelican, this Lowepro doesn't have wheels, but it was very convenient as it accommodated my D800 and three lenses (70-300, 24-85, 18-35), a tele (300), plus extenders, converter, flash, battery packs and charger, several memory cards, cables, and a tripod (carbon fiber) on the back, in addition to the laptop, my traveling documents, a notepad, and my...
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Roomy, Strong Construction
Excerpt: Conformable and looks great, but there is just one issue on this unfortunately The depth is not enough for professional full size gears such as EOS 1D and D3 series. Zipper can be closed but no margin inside. seems 20mm is required as least as depth. Others are very nice. I would recommend this to my frieds who has not own professional DSLR.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Looks great
Cons: DSLR without battery grip, Need to be extended depth
Excerpt: I am a professional photographer so I have many different backpacks, rollers,and slingshots. What I like about the Pro Runner 350 is that its a perfect fit for my body type. It also fits my two Canon SLR's with many of my flashes and Lenses. I also like how my 15inch laptop fits in the back. The only thing I did not like about this was the strings on the backpack. My main zipper string fell off only a few days after I bought it.