Incase DSLR Pro Pack Black 2 One Size
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- Compatibility: DSLR, 15" MacBook Pro, iPad
- Material: Durable 840D nylon construction
- Strap: Padded shoulder strap and mesh back panel
- Storage: Large volume main compartment with fully customizable dividers for camera, lens and accessories
- Our full-featured backpack is optimized to meet the mobile needs of the modern photographer.
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The DSLR Pro Pack is our largest capacity camera bag providing premium protection and organization to active photographers. It holds a DSLR with an attached lens, up to four additional lenses and multiple flashes. Two interior zippered mesh pockets and a velcro bulk pocket provide added storage for smaller items like cables, print materials, adapters, etc. Adjustable dividers account for your various lens sizes, flash accessories and other personal items and are removable to convert into an every day backpack. A soft-lined stash pocket positioned on the front of the pack protects smaller high-value items. Additional organization includes pockets to hold your MacBook, iPhone, iPad and other accessories. Monopod or tripod fastens to the side of the pack with two adjustable nylon straps.
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- Fits a lot of stuff.
- Fits my 15" (older) Macbook Pro.
- Fits my iPad Pro with Incase Origami sleeve (with the macbook).
- Everything is snug, very little movement.
- Looks great.
- Pads seem sturdy and cushiony. Very customizable.
- Top pocket makes pulling film out easy at airports.
- Very top of the pack lets you easily pull out camera if wanted.
- Side pocket does not fit water bottle.
- Still bulky.
- Doesn't seem very secure. It would be hard to lock the zippers.
- Straps aren't terribly comfortable. (May break in with age?)
I chose to fit in 3 camera bodies, which meant I didn't have room for a flash. But as you can see in the pictures, there was plenty of room for other stuff! I will try to update this review after using it for a while.
My growing collection of equipment has triggered a search for a new, day-travel bag. As such, I purchased this bag after a large number of positive reviews. Here are the details:
Day travel and/or overnight trips wherein I have a purpose, I have limits on weight AND, I will be mobile for hours straight.
Points of comparison
Light travel bag: Incase shoulder sling with space for a single body, 1 medium lens and maybe a flash. I only use this if I go to a place where I need 1 lens.
Former overnight bag: Kata 3n1-22
Heavweight, carry-it-all bag: Lowepro CompuTrekker AW - I use this if I have a bunch of different initiatives, if I need to carry a lot of equipment and/or if I'm driving to the destination(s). Carrying this bag on my back for hours just hurts.
The Incase DSLR Pro Pack bag allows me to pack a larger laptop, more equipment, more accessories (such as a tripod!) and all the personal items I'll need for an overnight stay. This capacity is much greater than that provided by the Kata 3n1-22. I can even fit special equipment, such as Manfrotto 410 gear head, lens filters and extra batteries.. Furthermore, this capacity provides better support and security for that equipment, as the padding for this equipment is just better. The bag itself seems to distribute that load over a wider area of my back, allowing me greater comfort when walking around for a few hours. I'm quite happy with these traits, since I have more freedom to move about.
As with all camera bags, this one is not without it's faults.
The first is that the compartment for the camera isn't quite deep enough to hold my 5dmkIII with it's battery grip. To fit this body, I had to rotate the body so that the back of the camera lays upon the back plane of the camera compartment. This means that I cannot attach a lens to the body when it's stored within this bag. That defeats the prime purpose of the upper opening to the camera compartment. If this compartment was about 1 inch deeper, the body with it's battery grip would fit. The Kata bag I used to have allowed a gripped body to be positioned such that I could easily extract it, with a small to medium sized (short prime to a 24-105mm) lens attached. I can't do that with the new Incase bag.
The second is that the rain cover is an extra charge. The Kata I had included one as part of the bags price.
These qualities make this bag fit fairly well between the Incase sling and the CompuTrekker. But, as with just about all camera bags, it could use some improvements. Overall, it's a better bag for its use-case than the bag it replaced. I like it and, I will keep it.
#########February 17th 2018#########
As I'm putting my left arm in the left strap today, threads securing the straps to the