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I love this pack. It holds everything i need for shooting just about anywhere, The waist strap is great for taking some of that weight off of your shoulders. The bag is a little large, but thats what your wanting i'm assuming. The inside cube isn't as easy to access as a Dakine pack of a friends as the zipper is on the side rather than at a 45 degree angle. other than that it's great.
Good pack for cameras!!!
This is a great pack! Holds all your equipment and carries your board. Fits super comfy as well!!! Really adjustable to get the right fit for yourself... I may be having an opportunity to check out the Ogio camera pack soon... I'll update the comparison if I get the chance
Will this backpack carry a Nikon d300 with...
Will this backpack carry a Nikon d300 with a battery pack and a sigma 50-500mm lens (10'' lens)?
Yes, I can fit my Canon 1D in so I doubt you'd have trouble with the d300 with a battery pack. The lens should be no problem.
Will the Burton Zoom Camera Pack take a...
Will the Burton Zoom Camera Pack take a Canon 5D and a 7inch long 70-200mm lens? I'd appreciate any info!Fergal.
Yep, with a little room to spare. If you have the lens hood on you'll have to reverse it though.
Wyoming, Utah, Vt, Me. Rockin Bag.
I've carried this bag for two long winters now shooting on the East Coast and out West trekking, accessing the backcountry and shooting skiers and boarders shredding hard. Plenty of padding in the baffles. Lots of options for lens and accessory arrangement. Top compartment is great for extra goggles, batteries and a few small tools. Front laptop compartment is pretty ridiculous though considering this bag accomodates more of an outdoor useage and the compartment is not waterproof. Side pockets do a great job at holding a couple of small light stands.
Have skis? Carry them diagonally with a little bit of creative strapping. Nothing complicated to get some boards on though. Tough bag, has withstood plenty of abusive weather, hard handling and dirty travel. The main compartment opens behind your back.
Downfalls: Medium - skinny shoulder straps. Weight orientation is like a cube on your back, high and horizontal from your back instead of arranging more gear lengthwise and vertical. Too many camera bags screw this up though, not just the zoom.
Would I buy it again? Yes. For light out of bounds or city shooting. For the more casual or amatuer shooter this bag is all you will ever need. For the professional its a great back up or light main use bag. I'll keep mine until it dies!