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Canon Deluxe Photo Backpack 200EG for Canon EOS SLR Cameras (Black with Green Accent)

by Canon
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  • Bag fits two smaller SLR camera bodies, 3-4 lenses, and additional small accessories
  • Constructed of waterproofed polyester and nylon
  • Water repellant and urethane coated for extra durability
  • Padded divider system for on-the-go organization; includes tripod straps on pack bottom
  • Lightweight, with padded shoulder straps and back for comfortable use
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Canon Deluxe Photo Backpack 200EG for Canon EOS SLR Cameras (Black with Green Accent) + Professional Cleaning Kit for DSLR Cameras (Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Sony) - Includes: Lens Cleaning Pen System + High Quality Lens Brush + Air Blower Cleaner + 50 Sheets Lens Tissue Paper + Handy Empty Spray Bottle + 3 Premium MagicFiber Microfiber Cleaning Cloths + AmazonBasics Wireless Remote Control for Canon T4i, T3i, T2i, T1i, XT, Xti, 5D Mark II, 7D, 70D
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  • weatherproof

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  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 12.2 x 7 inches ; 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00009R6TA
  • Item model number: 200EG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,938 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

Product Description

Canon 200EG Deluxe Camera Case 6229A003 Camera Cases

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Customer Reviews

The product itself, is very good, and well made.
CJC
I think it is a great deal when you compair other camera backpacks which cost much more then this bag.
Marek
Great bag for hiking/traveling use if you always carry around your camera you like I do.
M.Twain

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492 of 498 people found the following review helpful By R. Wolfinger on July 14, 2005
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I had so much stuff in my huge LowePro Nova 5AW shoulder bag that it hurt my my shoulder and back to carry it around. Saw the Canon 200EG Backpack and based on reviews ordered one. I am impressed. It was about 1/2 the price of my LowePro bag. Its very well designed with lots of compartments, padding, external straps and quality materials. It holds everything that was in my other bag and I still have more room. I've got a Canon 20D with BGE2 battery grip, 3 zoom lenses (one a telephoto), a Canon 580EX flash, a Slik mini tripod, lens hoods for all the lenses, and a large assortment of filters for all the lenses all inside the main compartment. External compartments hold everything else like spare battery packs, chargers, cables, etc. Its got straps on the bottom to carry my tripod which my old bag didn't have. Its got other straps for carrying all kinds of stuff. And I carry bag this much comfortably. The one thing that the LowePro bag had was an all weather cover that could be zipped out to cover the bag in bad weather. Never used it anyhow so whats the point? The LowePro goes to E-Bay!
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243 of 251 people found the following review helpful By D. Kim on July 21, 2005
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This is a good bag for the money. it's not a great bag, but very useable. with a few bucks and a trip to REI, it can be made much better however.

first, get yourself a 40 inch long, 1 inch wide webbing lashing strap, with a quick release buckle on the end. should be about 2 bucks. use that to wrap the bag through the lashing anchors on the sides of the bag. this acts as a very good compression strap, and gives you an added measure of security. close the bag with the zippers below the strap, and it's harder for would be thieves to open your bag while you are carrying it. it also allows you to open the top half of the bag, and grab your camera without letting the other contents of the bag fall out. since the top of the backpack is cut inwards, the camera is fairly easy to grab for those quick shots. not as fast as a messenger bag, but better than having to put your bag on the ground to get your camera out.

next, get a pack of 1 inch tri glide buckles. use those to tidy up the 40 inch lashing strap, and the long adjustable shoulder straps. stuff the waist strap into the small storage area in the bottom back of the bag, and poof! you now have a neat, and much more useable bag for a few bucks more.

a velbon luxi SF tripod fits great into the front pocket with the 1/4 inch compression cords.

great bag, could use some more padding though.
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325 of 347 people found the following review helpful By Patricia Jeffries VINE VOICE on April 16, 2006
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At first I loved this bag. As other reviewers have said, it fits a ton of camera equipment safely. It also fits comfortably and adjusts easily.

My only complaint is that the lens holders (see photos) are all open, meaning that it is very easy for the lenses to slip out of position or, if you open the bag the wrong way, fall out or slip. This happened to me a number of times on a recent trip. It would be nice if Canon provided extra elastic/velcro strips, like the one used for the main compartment, to hold the lenses in place.

Otherwise, it is a really good bag at a great price.
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68 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Jerry A. Hazard on May 25, 2006
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The bag is just shy of a standard sized backpack/bookbag, just slightly shorter. It's black nylon/cordura or whatever that fabric is called now, with an olive accented panel on the front. Two Canon logos are visible from the front, nothing gaudy or obnoxious. It doesn't really scream "camera bag" either - just your run of the mill black backpack I guess.

What I like about the most is that it opens a clam shell fashion. This is a big step up from my previous bag, where you had to undo a flap cover, and then undo a zipper that basically cut the bag in half - not a very speedy or convenient process. The Canon bag is easy access; the camera sits right at the top, and you can remove it without having to totally open the bag up. Another thing I find nice is the amount of useable space. A couple more dividers would be nice, but I can use the leftovers from my previous bag if needed. In the main compartment, I can fit my Drebel body, with 28-105 attached, 28-300, 128mm prime, 16mm zenitar, 8mm Peleng, 50mm Takumar prime, 18-55 kit lens, flash, cheapo slave flash, and two coversion lenses (.24 wide angle, and 1.5 tele - both are junk, but are keen for that lensbaby effect). After all that, I still have a little space leftover for another lens - or battery and charger, or pack of smokes. I could probably even free up some more space if I rearranged the dividers, or leave a couple lenses behind and pack another body. That's just the main compartment.

There are two zipper pockets on the front of the bag, one sort of shallow,

you could fit maybe an envelope in it. The other pocket utilizes the entire

length of the flap - you could fit a few magazines, maps, socks or a t shirt

in there with no problem.
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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By ankashai on December 14, 2005
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I admit it-- I bought this backpack for two main reasons. The first was that it looked like I could shove a water bottle into one of those side pouches. The second is because I could shove a normal sized notebook into that large front pocket.

Neither is *exactly* true. I can fit a waterbottle in this thing, but that's because I put it on in the webbing on the front. But my wallet fits perfectly in that side pocket, as well as my cell phone.

The large front pocket won't hold a notebook computer unless it's a *small* notebook computer -- smaller then my fairly normal sized toshiba. But it will fit a comp book, two paperbacks, or a 1 inch binder. It could probably even fit a small text book and a comp book, which makes it great for a photography class.

One thing I miss is that my Lowepro Minitrekker had pockets within pockets-- inside the large fromt pocket, there are two little "bag" pockets that look like they were meant to hold water bottles. They're aaaaaallll the way down at the bottem, so there's not really any place to put things like lens caps while you're shooting ( I'm a girl, so I've gotten into the habit of sticking lens caps in my bra. Don't laugh! It works! ).

It's padded and all, but it just doens't feel padded enough to me. There's not really much padding on the sides, and there's none whatsoever on the top (where you put your camera!). The reason for this is that the bag is supposed to be sort of quick-draw -- if the zipper is at the very top and middle of the main pocket, and you open it half an inch, you can see the LCD of your camera. Another few inches, and you can draw your camera right out without having to open the entire bag.

Speaking of "the entire bag", that's something to be aware of.
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