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Ape Case, ACPRO2000, Large backpack, Laptop compartment, Padded, Rain cover included, Adjustable straps, Camera Backpack, Equipment bag, Black (ACPRO2000)
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- Great for professionals and serious enthusiasts with room to grow!
- Hi-Vis yellow interior makes it easy to find small accessories
- Built in rain cover for added water-resistance
- Thick padded dividers that are easy to adjust
- Can fit laptops up to 16 inches
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|Color||High Visibility Interior Yellow|
|Fabric Type||Ballistic Nylon|
|Item Dimensions||19.25 x 15 x 7.5 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0 pounds|
|Item Weight||6.9 pounds|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime|
|Shipping Weight||8.6 pounds|
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The ACPRO2000 is the largest of this Ape Case Pro line. Perfect for any situation that requires lots of equipment fast. Whether you are photographing an event with multiple pieces, storing equipment to-and-from a longer trip, or need a lot padded protection for more fragile tools, this pack is great! Just like any Ape Case it’s yellow on the inside, black on the outside and tough all over! Superior quality as this backpack is made with a tough water-resistant nylon exterior. It also comes with a built-in, rain cover that opens easily. This is perfect if you’re working on location and caught in a storm. Well-padded to hold fragile equipment such cameras, lenses, tools, laptops and tablets up to 16 inches, breakable items, or any portable device that fits within the interior dimensions. It is perfect for moving items to-and-from trade shows as well! An adjustable harness system allows the bag to be tailored to your body, and the sternum strap keeps you balanced while walking. Inside, there are multiple movable Hi-Vis Yellow dividers that can be configured to fit your gear, and help illuminate the interior when in low light. This makes finding smaller items such as memory cards and batteries a lot easier. Perfect for when storing lots of little things!
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First, my only real "cons" for this backpack/suitcase.
1) It is HUGE! I didn't expect it to be quite this large, but I am personally glad it is.
I put con in question marks because there is the 1800 for a smaller case, and this doesn't make itself out to be a small case.
As far as the 4000 goes, the only difference is it adds the roller which is 70 bucks????? Kind of a rip off for the upgraded model.
2) It is also hard to get into, but that is also a good thing b/c of the protection of your equipment. You just need to make sure that you are aware of it beforehand. Get a sling if you want quick entry from lowenpro or caselogic if you want that and then pack it in here.
For anyone out there that is looking for more room, remember that you don't need a whole lot more size than a regular backpack.
What you really need is the extra depth. Once your lenses and stuff can go vertical, you pretty much double your room.
So, I would say for a dedicated camera bag for anyone other than a pro, the 1800 should be good enough.
If you have a lot of gear and want to throw some extra stuff in there too, then go with this guy.
As far as taking it on a plane, I would say that you would technically have to check it at the gate when you board.
I'm not saying you couldn't get it on, but it IS over the carry on size limit. If you are on a smaller 3-4 seat per isle plane, you may not even get it in the stow bin.
Now for the pros.
1) It is HUGE! Isn't that great, it's a pro and a con. :)
2) I thought the yellow insides was a bit gimmicky, but it actually is really nice. Your stuff just pops out at you. It makes a world of difference from my old bag.
3) This bag will protect all of your gear. The main bag comes out and it very tightly secured in place with velcro. This bag alone has enough padding to protect your gear. Then, you put that bag in the main bag which has even more protection all around.
4) Storage Everywhere! There are essentially 3 fronts to this thing, and they all have their own storage cubbies with plenty of zippers and segregation. You can store a tripod on the bottom, or the foldout tripod caddy.
. . . . . I have my Canon EOS 60D, 3 lenses (18-135, 70-200, and a 50), a cheap video camera with underwater protection case (in seperate spots), my Canon Vixia HF 10, wide and telephoto lens to add on to it, all the cables and gear and extra batteries for everything, hdmi cable, and a flash in here. The main compartment is about 80% full and the rest of the bag is pretty much empty.
5) Integrated rain cover. It actually took me about 5 minutes to find the rain cover in the bottom of the bag. It is made so well, the zipper was completely hidden. This was one of the many reasons I bought this. I know that eventually, I would take out or loose a non integrated cover.
6) Seals up tight. All the zippers are very well covered. I would feel comfortable with this in a light rain for a fair amount of time and there are still 2 separate layers for water to get through anyway.
7) Laptop storage area which I also like because it has a thick protection sleeve for both sides of the laptop which serve as even more protection for your gear.
8) Misc. This thing has little loops and buckles everywhere to add stuff on to it, and it is as comfortable as can be expected for a bag of this size with the shoulder strap and waist straps.
In short, if you need a very large bag that will protect your gear, then get this guy.
I haven't transferred any equipment just yet but I can tell you that the bag will easily hold my CANON 70D, CANON Lenses (70-200,18-55, ultra wide 10-22), and Speedlite 430EX II. Likely hold another full size DSLR camera body, too. Plenty of room for other supplies as well. Looks like laptop compartment is "roomy". Outside pockets add nice, easy access,storage. Weather resistant shell appears to be well constructed. Straps also appear to be equal to their task.
Once I transfer my gear to this bag I will add comment and photos.
Canon 60D with battery grip
Canon 24-105 F4 L
Sigma 15-30 Wide Zoom
Canon 50mm 1.8
Canon 430EX flash
Yongnuo YN 560II flash
Remote trigger units
Extra batteries (camera, AA, AAA)
Chargers (for camera as well as AA, AAA batteries)
Lens cleaning cloths
3' 5 color reflector (folded down)
17" MacBook Pro <-- That's the reason I bought this bag
Various paperwork (contracts, photo samples, etc)
Tripod with Ball Head
Various other small doo-dads and cables
I still have room for at least one more medium-sized lens (like a 24-70 2.8 L)
This bag is spacious and lightweight. Perfect for the busy photographer on the go.