Summary: "Although a bit bulky for a small person like me, it holds EVERYTHING a photographer could imagine and then some. I love the fact that I can get my laptop and camera safely in it. Very durable.
Summary: "Use nature/wildlife photography. Bag holds long lens plus several others, 2 bodies, Gitzo Mountaineer titanium tripod, extra batteries, etc. Fully loaded weighs about 23 lbs. For 115 female this load is still comfortable because of harness design which is well padded across shoulders, back and waist--good balance. Interior organizes small items well.
Summary: Went to grand canyon. Hiked with my 40D, 18-55mm EF-S IS LENS, 70-200mm f/2.8L IS EF USM LENS, LENS CLEANING KIT, chargers, extra batteries, memory cards, my 13" macbook, my slik tripod, and water and snacks. This bag is great.
Pros: Comfortable Strap, Good Protection, Lots Of Pockets And Features, Rugged, Weatherproof
Summary: I bought this as a birthday present for my boyfriend. He did a lot of research and this one had everything he wanted/needed. It was also about $50-60 cheaper which was great for me. He loved it and he was able to put all his cameras and accessories in it.
Summary: "Overall I like the backpack very well. There is only one thing that needs to be changed. The holder for my tripod is too small. It needs to have a larger circumference to fit the tripod legs. I can make this work but it is very tight and this is with my field tripod and not the larger tripod that I would use in the studio and may want to transport with my bag.
Summary: This is about as compact a backpack as imaginable to fit two camera bodies and several lenses. The pack allows for carrying a tripod in the vertical rather than the horizontal position where it would be sure to snag in narrow passages. There is also a flat compartment for a notebook computer, sensibly located outside (on top of) the main camera and lens compartment for easy access.
Pros: Adjustable Harness, Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Lightweight, Strong Construction