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Tenba's Shootouttrade; Large Rolling Backpack is the outdoor photographer's mainstay. This backpack accommodates cameralenslaptop setups ranging from basic to brutal, plus all the accessories. Tenba's Shootout features the exclusive MSTCtrade; tripod carrying system. Accommodates lenses up to 500mm.
I own many bags and I'd say this is the best one I've got.
While the bag is as large as a weekender suitcase, it did fit in the overhead bin without having to open up and spread out the backpack harness.
Holds 2 camera bodies with grips, 8-10 lenses, flash, and even capacity to hold a full sized Manfrotto Tripod.
The bag is nice but it is impossible to have it role behind you without it tipping over and dragging. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Phil
Extraordinary case room for a plethera of cameras & lenses as well as my MacBookPro Retina 15" & adaptor's and accessories.Published 5 months ago by Stelios J. Karablacas
I went thru a lot of reviews to find this backpack and I am very happy with my decision! I had ordered the thinktank but was a little disappointed with the design, this backpack... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Heather M. Smith
Some said in their review this would fit in an overhead bin... NO WAY ... Very nice bag with lots of compartments, but be fully aware it is huge...Published 11 months ago by Dan Schlotter
this backpack is nice, safe for the equipment but does not fit overhead storage in regular smaller planes - went Boston - LA - Kahalui Maui - LA - Minneapolis - Boston - and it fit... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Lenka
I'm happy with this but I think I like my thinktank a lot more. I'm more of a neat guy and the thinktank roller offers that neatness I like. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Drew
I purchased this bag for extended overseas trips with frequent travel on airliners. It holds a ;to of gear with many pockets for accessory storage. Read morePublished on November 16, 2011 by pearlstreet photos
Right, so I shopped for a big bag I could store all my gear in and have it portable as well. I looked at Lowepro bags, Tamrac bags, Gorilla Bags, and several others before making... Read morePublished on October 26, 2011 by Sean Holveck
Yes it's not the lightest bag but hey you are hauling around multiple pieces of very expensive camera bodies and lenses so what's a pound or two. Quality is good. Read morePublished on January 22, 2011 by D. Dion