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Tenba ShootoutTM Backpack - Large


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  • 2 Digital SLRs 7 Lenses up to 500mm Flash and Fits most 17inch laptops
  • Water-repellant,dobby/diamond ripstop nylon shell - an optimum combination of light weight and durability with Special, weather-sealed zippers keep the elements out and Exclusive WeatherWrap cover included the fastest, easiest auxiliary rain cover around.
  • When not carrying tripod in MSTC System tripod compartment becomes extra full zip-around pocket large enough for a jacket newspapers/magazines etc
  • Exclusive, fully-adjustable MSTC Multi-Stage Tripod Carrier System securely accommodates all popular outdoor tripod types and sizes
  • Hand-carry straps on top of pack and both sides let you grab and go from any position.

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Product Description

The outdoor photographer's mainstay. In multiple sizes, to accommodate cameralenslaptop setups ranging from basic to brutal, plus all the accessories. All feature our exclusive MSTC tripod carrying system. Large backpack accommodates lenses up to 500mm, and is also available in a wheeled version.

  • ASIN: B001ARBEHA
  • Product Dimensions: 12.5 x 16.5 x 20 inches; 9.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9.7 pounds
  • Item model number: 632-323
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Nice materials, well done.
Daniel Ackerman
Based on my experience with this backpack, I would probably be able to recommend any of the Tenba Shootout line of backpacks or slingbags.
Jeffrey T. Hatcher
They believe in making people happy to have Tenba bags... I am.
Pen Name

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Pen Name on August 4, 2009
Color Name: Black
It's huge. You may want the medium instead. But if you have lots of gear you want up and/or out there, this is the bag. I'm not a pro. I'm a dad. This bag will hold my gear (medium format film w/ 3 prime lenses, filters, tripod, the usual) and my kids stuff, too. It's made very well. I actually bought a used one. After a while the zipper started to malfunction (not close). After notifying Tenba they sent me a new one. Even though they knew I bought it used. They said it was still under warranty. They didn't have to. They believe in making people happy to have Tenba bags... I am. And the new shootouts now have bigger and better YKK zippers. I'm sold on Tenba. From now on, nothing but Tenba.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey T. Hatcher on July 13, 2010
Color Name: Silver & Black Verified Purchase
In agreement with the previous reviewers, this bag is indeed a monster. With full loadout, including 6 lenses, 1 camera body, 2 flashes, tripod, and accessories, this bag weighs in at around 30 pounds. However, the bag distributes the weight comfortably. The system for carrying the tripod is intelligently designed, and the tripod remains secure without limiting access to the bag contents.

I purchased this bag so that I could carry my telephoto as well as my shorter lenses, along with both my flashes and the tripod. To this end, the bag serves its purpose spectacularly. However, this system is probably a bit to big for a casual day at the park. You want this backpack if you are going out with the intent of being prepared for every circumstance, and need to pack a good variety of lenses and accessories.

Based on my experience with this backpack, I would probably be able to recommend any of the Tenba Shootout line of backpacks or slingbags. The pack seems rugged, well-padded, and the weather-seal zippers are a very nice touch. Optional access to the interior of the backpack through the two side pockets seems well thought-out. Again, even fully loaded, the bag is surprisingly comfortable to wear. This is a testament to the ample padding, broad shoulder straps, and easy-to-use adjustment straps.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Ackerman on June 8, 2007
Color Name: Black & Olive
Big, bulky, but cant be better. This underprice back pack can hold everything and more. Nice materials, well done. Perfect and very rational design. I recomend this tenba to any professional (to much for amateurs...) outhere.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bruce E.E. Tompkins on September 5, 2010
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
This is a serious photo backpack. I am currently toting an 11-18mm, 18-55mm, 55-200mm and 200-500mm lenses, a NIKON D90 body, assorted filters, heavy tripod and ball head, battery charger, assorted cables, SD cards, a couple of camera manuals, camera and lens cleaning gear and other small photographers "junk". I still have room for a couple of medium size lenses and two or three speedlights.
This is a comfortable photo backpack. The harness system is well padded and secure, rock hopping on the Snake River or Bruneau canyon rims is MUCH less stressful for me when wearing this pack. The harness system conceals behind a zippered panel when not needed.
All in all a well thought out and well executed design. For sure has MY thumbs up.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D. Bean on August 19, 2012
Color Name: Black & Olive Verified Purchase
First off... Big Bag. Be aware that this is close to the max limit the airlines will allow. I will be flying in 3 weeks and taking this with me along with my tripod attached. I'll report back with any problems.

After all I could do to research all the other bag options I opted for this one, Instead of the Think Tank Street Walker.
I found that it was
-slightly wider for bigger cameras or cameras with battery grips.
-had more storage including large side pockets and internal storage
-water tight zippers and heavy water resistant materials
-rain coat and a cover to close off the shoulder and waist straps.

I'm a big fan of Osprey bags and this was a good match. I can't attest to it's longterm wear but will get back later on that. The materials are solid and the seams are firm. Internal and external materials are great. Inside is soft and thick with cushion and the exterior is rigid and tight.

Shoulder straps/waste belt aren't as comfortable as an Osprey bag but Osprey puts a lot of R&D into those. Still, the bag is very well balanced and comfortable. I haven't worn it for an extended time. I will post my findings later.

Update 10-4-12:
Went through customs just fine. Fits the size limits with ease! Had to remove the tripod and put it under the seat but no big deal. Bag was about 35lbs with the gear I brought and was comfortable after having to make adjustments to get it to fit. I am 6' and have a longer torso. It's not a perfect fit but after loosening the shoulder straps I got the waist belt to wrap around my hips. Like I said before, not like my hiking packs but great for a few hours.
We got rained on one day and contents stayed dry. I had to put the back down in the sand many times. Just brushed it off and good to go! After a week trip, in and out of the airports, and a few trips around town it still looks new, functions new and is holding up well.
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Color Name: Silver & Black Verified Purchase
This bag is the bomb!!! It is extremely well built. It will protect your gear. I carry 35lbs of gear in this bag on a daily basis and after a year of use it still looks like new.
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I have had the Tenba Shootout Backpack (Large/Black) for nearly five months now, and I absolutely love it. The amount of gear it holds compared to some of the other options out there is unreal. The quality of the fabric is outstanding, and you can tell that it was built tough so that it will last. Another thing I like about it is that it inconspicuous enough as to not scream, "Hey, I am holding $20,000 in camera gear!!" (like another reviewer also said).

As big as it is, I have somehow managed to nearly fill it. Here is what I have inside:

Down the Middle of the Main Compartment:
Canon 5D Mark III with BG-E11 Battery Grip and Canon EF 24-105mm f/4 L IS USM attached
Canon 7D with BG-E7 Battery Grip and Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM attached

[With the lens hoods reversed and B+W UV filters on each lens, the two gripped cameras just barely fit with the lenses pointing towards each other and one of the included protection pads separating them.]

Down the Left Side of the Main Compartment:
Giottos Larger Rocket Air Blower
Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM in Lens Pouch
Canon EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM in Lens Pouch
Canon EF 85mm f/1.2L II USM in Lens Pouch

Down the Right Side of the Main Compartment:
Canon Speedlite 600 EX-RT with case and omni-bounce diffuser
Canon Speedlite 580 EXII with case and omni-bounce diffuser
Two Canon LC-E6 Battery Chargers
Canon EF 8-15mm f/4L Fisheye USM in Lens Pouch
Canon EF 16-35 f/2.
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