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Fits your BIG gear with room to spare.
on October 7, 2016
Just wanted to post a few pics to help.
Briefly, a first class bag - stands up on it's own, solid construction makes you feel secure that it can hold lots of weight - because this is a bag meant for some BIG gear. Shown in pictures: Canon 5D Mark IV body with Black Rapid strap attached, and 70-200 f/2.8 II IS USM attached with hood mounted backward fits easily from the side, so is easily accessed without taking off the sling. And with the 70-200 attached, the 24-70 f/2.8 fits easily in another section, accessed from the front.
Vice versa, the 5D IV with 24-70 attached easily fits from the side for quick access, with hood attached backwards. And with that mounted, you have PLENTY of room to pack the 70-200 f/2.8 in another section.
With that body and two lenses, plenty of room for 1 or even two speedlites as shown in the main compartment.
Then the HUGE top compartment. Nicely fits my Canon T5i with attached Sigma 18-35 f/1.8 AND another Flash in it's case. (Pixel X800C). there's still more room there, as well as some side pockets you can see in Youtube videos - to put other odds and ends.
Pics with this on my back as sling and as backpack to give you an idea of it's size. I'm 5'10" 190# - it's perfect size for me - big enough to hold your best gear, but not so big that it looks funny on your back.
Took me weeks of research to find a bag that could take a full frame camera with 70-200 attached, function as a sling to allow access from the side so that you do not have to remove the bag and set it on the ground to get your camera out. I'm happy to say - this is the right bag if that is your goal.
There should be 8 pictures total - I've uploaded several times, but they just won't display...Most important is the photo of the 5DIV loaded from the SIDE ACCESS, with 70-200 attached, and PLENTY of room for easy access in/out, even with my bulky Black Rapid strap attached.