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Canon Deluxe Photo Backpack 200EG for Canon EOS SLR Cameras (Black with Green Accent)
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- Bag fits two smaller SLR camera bodies, 3-4 lenses, and additional small accessories
- Constructed of waterproofed polyester and nylon
- Water repellant and urethane coated for extra durability
- Padded divider system for on-the-go organization; includes tripod straps on pack bottom
- Lightweight, with padded shoulder straps and back for comfortable use
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|Item Dimensions||7 x 12.2 x 15 inches|
|Item Display Weight||1.14 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||2.45 pounds|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||1 year warranty|
|Shipping Weight||2.55 pounds|
200EG Deluxe Camera Case. Brand: Canon USA. 6229A003. BagDeluxe Back Pack 200EgCanon. UPC: 750845806137
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I seriously don't think I have any cons. Well, the tripod straps could have been done better. But, it's nice otherwise. You can rely on it to take care of your expensive equipment effectively. It's so good, in fact, I bet you could carry a Nikon in it...
ALSO, the top of the bag opening is sort of curved to make it easier to pull the camera out by just unzipping the top a little bit. The ONLY thing I do not like about it is the ability to use full-frame bodies WITH grips inside the camera compartment. It works, but it bulges out the front, looks kinda dumb. DEFINITELY not designed for this use case.
I carry Sigma 105VC 2.8, Canon 70-200 4.0L IS, Canon 24-105L, 6D with grip, Canon 85 1.8 and multiple batteries and memory cards.
MAYBE a little extra space for a flash would be nice for my NO-POPUP body, but I do not usually use a flash, so I just carry them in my hand or a separate bag if I need one, or would just cut down on the lenses if I was going out and about somewhere instead of a photo shoot.
Not this backpack! It was less than $40 here on amazon. And unlike the Lowepro, which also has hook-n-loop position-able dividers, the dividers in this Canon backpack really can be positioned everywhere inside the compartment. That is a REAL plus IMHO.
In addition to my 70D, and its 4 lenses, the additional storage in the Canon backpack is quite adequate for storing batteries (5), 2 chargers, 10 filters with their cases, cleaning cloths, lens brushes, small paper notebook, Neewer TT680 flash, diffusers (3), a pair of small binoculars, my venerable Canon A176 camera, 3 USB cables, alcohol lens wipes, a couple of hoods, and a couple other things. Oh, I can also tie a portable tripod to the side and stick things in the netting on the back and one or the other outside pockets.
IMHO, Canon done good, real good, with this backpack.
Can I recommend this backpack? Hell yeah.
Despite how much I like it, I do wish a couple of things were different:
1) The inserts provided (the two large ones) aren't really customizable to my needs. They are stiff and set up so you have no choice about where in the pack your camera body sits. I'd prefer to have my body sitting a little lower in the pack.
2) The addition of a system to hold a monopod would be awesome. If on the outside of the bag, perhaps on one side, a little hook at the bottom to rest the peg of a monopod, and a strap to secure the upper portion snugly to the bag.
There are three slots inside one of the compartments for memory cards. It's a nice idea, though I think I'd rather have a small plastic case to protect my memory cards.
The pack sits very nicely on my shoulders. I can walk around with it on one shoulder, and it doesn't feel at all like it would slide off. Other packs I have/used would slide, and I'd have to constantly adjust them. This one doesn't move.
I think you can't find a better bag for this price.
Some have complained about having the Canon logo on it, worrying about thieves being drawn to it. Boo hoo. Everything has a logo on it; get over it.