Incase’s new DSLR Pro BackPack is definitely at the very top of the DSLR storage packs. It is designed specially for carrying gear such as this, so there are numerous features that make this pack better than most of the competitors’ products.
First of all, if you travel light in regards to your photo equipment, you will not need this pack. It provides you with generous carrying capacity that is completely customizable. This customization feature is achieved in the main storage compartment that packs numerous dividers whose position is completely up to you. They enable you to carry your equipment safely, store it tightly and adjust the compartments any way you want. This kind of a setup can be a problem due to the fact that it usually prevents easy access due to the number of things you have inside, but this is not the case with the Incase DSLR Pro Pack. It features a second zipper that provides instant access to the main compartment, enabling you to change your equipment quickly.
There is a slip pocket for your iPad, but also a full size compartment for laptops of up to 15”. Additional perk is an external strap that holds a tripod.
The mesh back panel makes sure you do not get sweaty by ensuring complete breathability. In order to stabilize your pack firmly, you can use the adjustable sternum pack. All of these, combined with the heavy duty shoulder straps will definitely reassure you that in the notion that your equipment, however heavy or bulky, will be well protected, safely transported and easily accessible at all times.
The DSLR Pro Pack has the dimensions of 20.3″ x 12.9″ x 11.7″ (52cm x 33cm x 30cm) and the volume of 1586 cu in (26 L)
Some of the pockets and all storage compartments are padded, as are the shoulder straps whose sturdy build quality is definitely suitable for carrying heavy stuff. This will not let you down.
It also looks great. Simple and minimalistic, yet confidence inspiring, the materials used for this pack will keep its shape the same even after extensive use.
Get it from Amazon here
Available in Europe here
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