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Pad your camera and get out there.

Grab the DAKINE Mission Photo Backpack and be sure to capture every sick drop, slide, butter, and drunken moment on your next snow-cation. Dakine gave this pack a padded camera block to keep your SLR and up to four lenses safe and secure while your barrel down the mountain.
  • Removable padded camera block protects your camera on the go or at the lodge
  • Vertical board carry doubles as a tripod holder
  • Side organizer pockets stash extra gear
  • Deployable rain cover prevents the weather from ruining your equipment

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5 5

Best Camera Bag on Backcountry....

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

2 bags for the price of one.... how can you go wrong? I use a 60D and have 3 lens and other accessories that fit perfect in the bag. Super comfortable when its on your back and easy to access when you are ready to start shooting.

5 5

Awesome pack!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I use this guy all winter and summer packing more than just photo stuff. Anything from ski tuning equipment, to computers, and laptops, this things is great. The back fully opens to quickly get through airport security, or fully open everything up to clearly view your equipment. When you don't need it the padded inner pack, pull it out and use the outer shell as your daypack. Bam! you just got two packs in one.

Is there any form of back ventilation?...

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Is there any form of back ventilation? Seems like a great bag but will be needed in hot countries ...

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Hey there! Unfortunately this pack doesn't have any ventilation.

4 5

Great Pack for multiple skill levels

This photo pack is great in both functionality and versatility of use. Although I purchased it for my photography hobby I am not the owner of enough lenses and accessories to utilize the many compartments designed for lenses of various sizes. The compartments can double for other tech accessories/equipment such as navigation devices, smartphones, certain tablets, etc. If you happen to be of a higher level of photographer there are spaces that will fit all types of photo equipment. Compared to the more expensive and inferiorly designed competitor's packs this is a great option for photographers of all skill levels.

Great ski/photo bag

Great ski/photo bag

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The design of this bag gives me confidence even when skiing with my camera gear.

5 5

Solid bag for everything

I love this bag and trust it with all of my camera gear. The padding and reinforcement around the camera block have saved my gear a few times when I've crashed skiing. It works well as a travel bag too. I took it to Australia and New Zealand last summer and was able to fit a few extra things in the front part of the bag such as clothing and shoes. Great bag all around.

Would this work for a carry on size wise?...

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Would this work for a carry on size wise? I would like to take three large spinning reels with me on board instead of having them destroyed in check through like the last trip.

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Without having used this pack personally, the typical carry-on size restrictions for most commercial airlines is a combination of dimensions that equal no more than 45 lineal inches. At 20x11x6", this easily falls below those requirements, and you should have no problems at the gate or stowing it in the overhead.

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I have used it multiple times as a carry on size and have had no problems whatsoever with it from Asia to Alaska to the Virgin Islands. You're good to go!

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Is there any better photo's of this product?...

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Is there any better photo's of this product? Would like to see it full of camera gear, instead of on its side on top of a bunch of boxes. Also the picture of the logo is out of focus.

5 5

Solid Pack

I've had the Mission Photo backpack for about a month now, and I have no problems with it. In fact, its great, fits a 7D, telephoto, and two other lenses; with room for at least two more, and it is padded so well I never worry. It doesn't have a laptop sleeve, but you can easily slide a 13 inch macbook in the back of the camera compartment. Front organizational pocket is very nice. Literally the only problem I've noticed is the tripod strap loosens too easily but the board straps in conjunction make it so its not a big deal. Haven't had the chance to try it out in any weather yet, but the rain cover seems solid, I don't really have any fear about when the rain and pow starts to fall.

i know you access the photo block through...

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i know you access the photo block through the back but ive seen saw a video where after you take the photo block out, you can access the main compartment through the front.. is this available on all dakine mission photo backpacks? i really want to use this backpack for school on the days that im not using my camera.

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You could use it for school just fine. With the block out it functions as a normal backpack with access to the main compartment through the front of the pack.

Whats in my pack right now

Whats in my pack right now

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Here is all the crap in my bag minus a gopro and Canon G12

Pens
Jumpdrives
Memory cards
iPad
card reader
shotgun mic
15mm
24-70mm
50mm
70-200mm
580 EX Flash
Canon 5D Mark II

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Is this a straight up camera pack, or do you have room for other stuff? Hiking the Na Pali Coast next year and looking for something that will double as a hiking pack. Only planning on taking one lens on treks. Do you think there will be enough room for water, some food and a change of clothes?

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Not a ton of room I have packed a pair of board shorts and t shirt but that's about it

Canon 5d MarkII

Canon 5d MarkII

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Pictured:
Canon 5D MarkII
50mm
15mm 2.8
24-70mm 2.8 L
70-200mm 2.8 IS L II
580 EX

Not in picture but usually carried:
Canon G12
GoPro

5 5

Better than lowe pro

This is my goto camera bag. I used to use Burton but this design blows all burtons out of the water. Simple clean and doesn't have a sign that says "free camera gear". I usually carry 2 bodies 3 lenses and a flash. One down side is if your camera is gripped or a pro body camera the bag is a little too shallow to fit it and you will feel it in your back.

5 5

RECOMMENDED

Amazin bag, cant wait to take it to the slopes!

5 5

Perfect for the job-

This pack has excellent padding and holds a SLR perfectly. Well worth the money. I'm very satisfied with the versatility and the design.

Does anyone know how the waterproofing and...

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Does anyone know how the waterproofing and padding is on this? I'm hoping to use it as a photobag when I go skiing. Now, I'm not expecting to take hard core wipeouts, but just some basic bumps? And if I happen to go down, is the snow going to seep through the material? Again, I'm not expecting anything crazy like being able to take it through a lake or anything (especially considering the price).

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I used this bag in Rome. I had all my camera equipment in it and it started raining really hard, so I put the rain fly over the bag. It kept the entire bag and my back completely dry.

It's a great bag. Plenty of compartments and space for cameras and other stuff.

What I love most are the small details, like the elastic bands that cinch up the extra strap length that usually hang down.

The only thing I didn't like about it is the zipper tabs are actually quite noisy. I removed a bunch of them because they make a jangling sound when you walk with the bag on.

Does anyone know how the waterproofing and...

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Does anyone know how the waterproofing and padding is on this? I'm hoping to use it as a photobag when I go skiing. Now, I'm not expecting to take hard core wipeouts, but just some basic bumps? And if I happen to go down, is the snow going to seep through the material? Again, I'm not expecting anything crazy like being able to take it through a lake or anything (especially considering the price).

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I use mine as a photo bag while skiing and it has held up really well. I have crashed a few times and the padding is substantial enough to protect my gear, thankfully. I ski in Utah where the snow if fluffy and light but would question the water proofing somewhere like Washington with wet, heavy snow.

Do they sell the camera block seperate if...

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Do they sell the camera block seperate if I already own a mission?

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Technically, no but I know you can find it on Amazon or eBay.

5 5

no complaints

well, except i wish there was a pocket on the inside of the camera part of the bag so i didnt have to flip it over to access my SD cards... but that's not worth not buying this bad boy. it's dope! (and remarkably comfortable)... fits all my camera gear and boom microphone, go pro, DSLR, etc...

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