Change Up Multipurpose Belt Pack
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- Can be used as a beltpack: The wide, supportive waist belt allows you to wear this belt pack either lower or higher on the front of your body, or even on the side of your hip. The choice is yours: whatever you prefer at that moment you are shooting
- Use the shoulder strap for support: The chest/shoulder strap provided with the Change Up is a great way to support the weight of the bag, while allowing you to rotate the bag around your body. You can adjust the weight from your shoulder to your hips and move the bag along your waist with ease
- Can be used as a shoulder bag: After tucking away the waist belt, one shoulder strap can be used so that it appears to be a regular shoulder bag. This is why it is called the "Change Up": it can appear to be used for one purpose and then changed very easily for another
- Can be used with a chest harness: This close up shows how when both of the chest straps are attached the bag can be fully supported by both shoulders. Depending on what you are doing, this is another great alternative
- Modulus components attach to belt: The "rails" on the waist belt allow the Modular components to be attached. In this photo, the Lens Drop In has been attached to allow quick switching of teleconverters. Depending on the size of the Modular component, one or two items can be attached per side rail
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Changes form as a beltpack, shoulder bag, or even supported with a chest harness system.
- Includes Shoulder strap/ harness Raincover
- Can be used as a belt pack
- Shoulder strap provides support
- Can be used as a shoulder bag
- Can be used with a chest harness
- Modulus components attach to belt
- Stretch front pockets
- Stretch side pockets
- Front pocket organizer
- Removable foam padded insert
- Rear pocket for accessories
- Tuck away waist belt
- Top handle
- Seam-sealed raincover included
- Product Dimensions: 12.8 x 10.9 x 7.3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3.6 pounds
- ASIN: B0016LSN74
- Item model number: THIN415
- Date first available at Amazon.com: June 17, 2003
- Average Customer Review:
Top Customer Reviews
Change Up has plenty compartments: Main compartment for camera, lenses and removable rain cover, two side stretch pockets for flash or bottle, rear compartment for book or iPad, front compartment for writing tools and accessories, one hidden pocket, and two front stretch pocket for lens caps.
Change Up! capacity is quite big. It has a removable padding and dividers can be configured according to your gear shape. When you use the bag for a short travel, you can fit in one digital SLR camera with short lens attached, plus two other lenses. As a lens bag, it can fit three to four lenses, including 70-200mm telephoto zoom with inverted lens hood.
In practice, I can load up to 4 kg /8.8 lbs gear (Nikon D700, Sigma 70-200mm, Sigma 24-70mm and Nikon 16-35mm) without any problem. However, I find 2-3 kg load is more ideal and comfortable to carry.
I find using beltpack with one shoulder harness is the best, it is comfortable than beltpack because I can distribute some weight to my shoulder and in the same time support the beltpack.
If I carry a lighter load, for example one camera and one lens, I prefer belt pack or shoulder bag style. When I use it as shoulder bag, I prefer to use Think Tank Curve Comfort shoulder pad instead of shoulder pad supplied with Change Up, because it is wider and padded.
I don't like chest-bag style (with double harness) because it looks like military and I am not used to carry bag on the front of my belly. However, this style is the most comfortable because it distribute the weight evenly.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just what I was looking for... As a semi-pro photographer, I was looking for a way to walk, travel in a Land Rover, quickly get my camera to my eye and have lens and other... Read morePublished on February 16, 2013 by Amazon Customer
This bag fits my new Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II perfectly. I have the large center compartment divided into three spaces with the Velcro-tab adjustable dividers. Read morePublished on April 2, 2012 by 4thGen