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Tenba ShootoutTM Backpack - Large Rolling


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  • nylon
  • 2 Digital SLRs 7 Lenses up to 500mm Flash and Fits most 17inch laptops
  • Rolling Backpack version features inline skate wheels and retractable mono-tube handle.
  • 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

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.

  • ASIN: B001ARDEJQ
  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 16.5 x 22 inches; 11.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 12.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Item model number: 632-333
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3.9 out of 5 stars

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Diane A. on May 17, 2008
Color Name: Black & Olive
First of all, I bought this bag because the price was considerably below comperable rolling photo bags. I believe I paid a bit over $200, compared to over $300 for its competitors. It is a great bag, no doubt. When my gear is in it, I know that it's all well protected, from my Nikon D200 to my largest lens, a Tamron 200-500mm. There is room for my additional lenses, and all the rest of the stuff I drag around, except my tripod, which I put into my luggage when I travel. In fact, I bought it specifically for pulling around airports, because carrying all my photo gear was getting really old (maybe it's just me getting old....) Which leads to the issues:

1. As a carry-on, be warned. This will fit in the overhead bin, but ONLY if you open up the back where the backpack straps are stored, and lay it out flat. Otherwise, it just won't make it. It's a tight fit, but it's do-able. I've flown four times since I purchased this, so I know from experience. But, filled with gear, it's also too heavy, so I always have to rely on some strong man to do the man thing and get this sucker up there. Goddess forbid I'm told that I have to put it in with the luggage. I'd rather not fly.

2. The single post puller feels a bit weak, and it can tend to roll the bag if your not careful. It did roll a few times for me, but now that I know it has the tendency, I am careful going around corners, etc. As for being weak, it's really not, I don't think. It works, telescopes, etc. just fine. It's never felt like it was going to put loose or break.

3. The laptop slot is miserably tight. It invariably breaks my fingernails as I rush to remove the laptop when I'm at airport security. It's tight, but it protects the computer very well.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By P. Wei on March 17, 2007
Color Name: Silver & Black
Rollerblade wheels

Full Backpack with padded straps and even some lumbar padding.

Holds 2 camera bodies with grips, 8-10 lenses, flash, and even capacity to hold a full sized Manfrotto Tripod.

Weather wrap

Weather proof zippers

15-17 inch Laptop case

Solid construction retractable handle

Side access pockets that gives you access to the main compartment

Detachable CF card wallet

And instantly converts to a standard carry-on luggage bag by a removable shell.

This is a well-engineered bag with a lot of flexibility built in. The laptop sits snugly and securely behind the handle plate mechanism so your back never makes contact with the lap top. The compartments offer a spacious configuration with very easy to access side compartments. The compartments come out in single removable shell, allowing you to convert this camera bag into an airline luggage bag in mere seconds. The construction is solid and the handle slides out with smooth precision.

The outer panel folds out to a handy tripod holder that permits you to carry small travel tripods to large tripods (like the Manfrottos). You can convert this roller bag into a hiking backpackby unzipping panel to reveal the straps. Tenba cleverly engineered this flap to cover the luggage wheels so it never soils your clothing then lugging the pack on your back. The lumbar padding is minimal. The backpack straps do have a waist strap and a chest strap for extended hiking.

There's an all weather wrap included in the pack. Also there's weather resistant zippers that seal the compartment against rain.

The case fits perfectly on the airline overhead compartment. Rolls nicely through airports.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Gene O from Chino on July 7, 2008
Color Name: Black
Recently completed a "cruise tour" to Alaska. Wanting a larger bag to accomodate my gear, I settled upon Tenba's "Shootout" LARGE Rolling Backpack.
Other reveiws will give you the specs on this case. It is big. Very big. However, its design creates some limitations or room for improvement.
The bag is very well built. I carried two Canon DSLR bodies, a vertical control grip, four lenses (Tamron 28-300 "walkabout", Canon 100-400 L, 16-35L and a Sigma 150mm 2.8 macro), an EX 550 flash, 2x extender, a Wolverine 100gb storge unit and the usual accessories and cables. For computing, a HP 9000 series 17" notebook. All this tipped the scale at 43 lbs. Toss in the Manfrotto and its 48 back breaking pounds.
As the airlines are getting really fussy on what you can bring along, I wanted a bag to accomodate all my gear knowing upon arrival in hotels, onboard, etc. I could park gear not needed.
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. However, this was on a 737-400 series and no way it would fit in a regional carrier's overhead.
The "pouch" design for the tripod I found to be unique, but I opted to just strap it to the side of the bag and keep the pouch closed during airport/hotel/ship navigation. In the field it would probably work out just fine.
Although massive in size, the actual camera/equipment storage area was a bit dissapointing. The pockets are 5.5 inches deep. My 5d with vertical grip and tripod mount attached is 6 inches. The top of the bag will close, but the top of the camera pushes up hard against the padding creating an impact point. Removing the tripod mount, it's a nice snug fit. Take off the grip, and a good inch to spare.
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