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Bring all the photo gear you need for your next shoot.

The DAKINE Reload Pack caries all the camera gear that serious photographers need to bring back card after card of amazing images. The adjustable, padded internal dividers hold a pro SLR body and all the lenses you could possibly need on a shoot. DAKINE gave the Reload Pack a slew of external pockets for film, filters, cable releases, and all your other gadgets. This 2900cu inch camera pack even has a two-strap tripod holder to make sure you're never without a set of legs in low-light conditions.`

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is this bag to bulky to ski/snowboard...

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is this bag to bulky to ski/snowboard with?? helppp!

5 5

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I had the sequence, but was getting to small, this bag is da illest. i can easly fit all my camera grear in it

does Dakine publish internal dimensions?...

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does Dakine publish internal dimensions? that might be helpful!

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Sorry. They only have the specs for the outer dimensions.

does this pack have a waist belt?
Are there...

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does this pack have a waist belt?
Are there other photos of it?
will it hold a 17" laptop?

are the dimensions listed internal or external?
I need a pro pack that will hold my 17" laptop and either DSLR or Video camera. thanks!

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Yes it has a waist belt. It does not hold a laptop. The dimensions listed are the outer dimensions.

4 5

Well built, but note quite ergonomic enough

This is a really well built bag from a structural point of view, really heavy duty and strong, almost indestructible.

Its also very comfortable to wear when loaded. I have a bad back but don't even really notice this thing with a 5D, five lenses, 3 flashes, metal flash adapters and other accessories, paperwork in the front pocket, etc. Really impressed with the comfort.

Having the opening for the main part closer to the body seems okay to use if you put the bag down to get at the camera, you don't pick up dirt and stuff on the side that goes next to your body.

Couple of gripes though. All the side pockets work better with the bag on its back - which means if you have the bag open to get at your camera, anything in the side pockets will want to fall out if you open them. Also, really have problems finding the best pockets for all the little stuff that winds up in little pockets - ergonomically not the handiest bag. I have a backpack camera bag that I bought off ebay for $40 or so, which - ergonomically - was perfect. Everything I needed was easy to get at, and was held in place well. But the thing fell apart after less than a year.

Were is the deployable rain cover?

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Were is the deployable rain cover?

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It's in one of the pockets. Here's a link to the picture: http://www.dakine.com/skate/photo-packs/reload/