Incase CL58084 Pro Pack for GoPro (Black)
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- Integrated GoPro Hero mount on left strap
- DSLR optimized quick-access top compartment with zipper pocket and neoprene guard wall for secure fit
- Multiple pockets for small devices and accessories, including faux-fur iPad padded compartment
- Tensaerlite Protective Canister (canister fits 2 GoPro Cameras) and Accessory Organizer included
- Durable 1680 ballistic nylon and 600D poly non-PVC
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The Incase Pro Pack provides protection and transportation for the ultimate GoPro-user's toolkit. It allows you to pack your camera kit and accessories neatly and safely. The large main compartment zips in the back for complete access to your gear and includes a faux-fur lined pocket for an iPad. Quickly grab frequently used items through the right-side pocket. A DSLR camera compartment at the top includes a zippered pouch to organize your SD cards. The hidden compartment at the bottom includes a signature Incase rain fly to protect your bag from the elements. A sturdy Tensaerlite canister is included. It provides 2 GoPro cameras with enough protection to guard them from drops, crashes. and airports. An accessory cartridge carefully contains your cameras smallest pieces. Specially designed shoulder straps help support heavy loads while maintaining stability during activity. A GoPro Hero mount is integrated onto the right strap for easy hands-free recording. Adjustable straps let you easily attach a tripod. With it's durable exterior and a refined look and feel, the Incase Pro Pack is the dependable camera bag you need to pack your essential gear.
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Unfortunately, even with a light load, it's very uncomfortable. You can't really over load this pack. I was, likely, carrying less weight that the typical user (Osmo Mobile gimbal, iPad, GoPro, assorted GoPro accessories, batteries and clips, 2 power banks, a monopod, a small 7" tripod, and a few other assorted items - nothing close to the multiple GoPros and DSLR it is capable of carrying) and it, almost right away, pinched and cut into my arms and shoulders. I am not a big guy (5'11" / 185) and the bag felt both too small and too heavy. This probably would have likely vanished if the pack had a hip strap, but it doesn't so the thin, poorly padded shoulder straps cut into me more and more throughout the day.
I was constantly adjusting it and even, at times, simply holding it on my side with the top handle/strap, just to give my shoulders a break.
After about a day's worth of use, the stitching around the zipper for the main compartment access started to come undone, so I decided that was the that, opted to return it and keep looking. Until incase adds padding to the straps, or adds hip straps, I just can't recommend this bag to anyone.
Currently, I can fit my Sony a6300 (with kit lens), Fujifilm X100T, DJI Mavic Pro + 2 extra batteries, Mavic controller, numerous chargers, Anker battery back, etc inside of it.
This backpack has two quick camera access slots--one at the top and one on the side. Because i'm using the InCase DSLR camera insert it, the side access is pretty useless to me. The top access point is good enough for me anyway. There's also tripod straps on each side of the bag which can hold my JOBY Gorilla Pod on one side and a MeFoto Backpacker Travel tripod on the other. The water bottle holder sits behind a zippered pocket on the side. It keeps your bag looking low-profile and sleek, but may or may not bother you since it's not easily accessible.
There's an 11-inch ipad/tablet pocket on the back access point flap. If you're feeling crazy, you can squeeze a 13" Macbook Pro into the main back compartment but the added weight could possibly be an issue for those of you with back problems, especially because this bag does not have any waist straps.
If you find yourself in a storm, there's a zippered compartment on the bottom of the bag that hold a bright green bag cover which is a nice touch.
Overall, I found this bag the perfect fit for me and I'm very happy with it.
I fit in this bag my:
DSLR Nikon D3400 with its 18-55mm lens kit, a 70-300mm telephoto zoom lens and a prime 35mm lens and the wireless remote and extra batteries.
Two GoPro with power accessories and handlers.
iPad with a pouch with the Apple travel kit.
6 extra SD cards.
And I still have plenty of room for more!
I'll definitively use this bag in all my travels to go and maybe even some hiking.
For the price I think is very good, but because it was on sale (on the original webpage incase is 200USD)