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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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If you are accustomed to any type of organization with delicate small items kind of like a fly fisherman would need then you will appreciate the way this bag hold things, it protects with padding while still not stopping you from getting at it fast. Did you ever miss a shot because of lens change, I have. Well under the main zipper area your not obstructed from getting at whatever you place in that space. Zip it open and grab - handy dandy, nearly perfect for my needs. I have used several hard bags (and still do) but I use this one more often and for more things then a hard bag allows for, no more hulking around hard, oversize suitcases that offer minimal protection between items unless you use the foam cut out material. Now that is a waste of space, by the time you actually cut away the foam and add up the useable space Vs. the actual storage you'll see how much area is simply wasted, you can't cut the Styrofoam with thin enough side walls to make it practical. By the time you get the wall thickness thin enough I would either tear it at the corners or have jagged cuts along the depth or realize later it could have been organized to allow for another lens, by then it's too late to change your mind - oops, can't change it now. With this bag it's easy, simply removed the Velcro ends, move it to wherever you want it now and that's it, it's moved, you can change it as many times as needed and no regrets over where it is or should be if you get another gizmo or lens. Try that with the foam filled hard bags, you end up with storing the little foam blocks in case you need to reuse them as fillers if you decide to move things. The bag has rugged construction and is well sewn, it's not going to fall apart while in the field, it'll hold up to whatever you throw at it. Hard bags have there place but this type of bag is super handy and very useful. No regrets on buying this one
I liked the fact that the tripod holder straps are at the bottom, but my only criticism is that the straps are a pain to tighten and loosen. It would've been so much more convenient to have quick release clasps on them. Maybe I need to practice more, but it just takes too long to get a tripod in and out of them. I'm wondering if I can add those quick-release clasps myself.
But have been using this for all types of usage and is starting to show the wear, in the Canon logo now gone. Zippers breaking in half, and not sure how to modify to keep using.
I guess that it has been fine for a couple of years, but time to purchase another bag, and will look at some other options for the next one. Not a professional, but even the limited extra gear that I have seen that is great to have fills this up quickly. Have a Canon SDLR with three lens, and also have a backup Fujitsu camera, and also a flash unit. And with this all, the bag can be tight and can push the limits of the inside of the bag.
It all depends on if you are going to be a casual user, or somebody like me that finds every excuse to capture all of those moments and places we go and see.
Two coworkers also have this bag and love it. It is small with a lot of storage capacity.
This is the beginning of a 5-star review, but a few thing:
The webbing on the front snags on just about anything and it usually isn't too convenient. Especially when flying.
The construction is a bit suspect. 1 of 3 (mine and coworkers) is shot to hell. Sure, she could be harder on her bag - true. But looking at her deterioration then comparing it to mine - I can see the weak points in the stitching. Thus, I'm going the 4 star route as it is inexpensive and can hold a great deal.
That said, my chief complaint (my fault) is that I should have bought a sling bag or one with a side zipper for easier operation. When you have it on as a backpack, grabbing your camera to shoot something fast is a bit of a pain.