DSLR Camera and Mirrorless Backpack Bag by Altura Photo for Camera and Lens (The Wanderer Series)
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- DSLR Camera and Mirrorless Backpack Bag by Altura Photo for Camera and Lens (The Wanderer Series)
- Exterior Dimensions: 12" x 6.5" x 17" (LxWxH). Holds and protects 1 DSLR with attached lens, 4-5 additional lenses, a shoe-mount flash, plus a tripod or monopod.
- Padded slip pocket under the lid for laptops up to 14-inches.
- Made from durable weather resistant nylon with tough reinforced stitching for everyday carry.
- Backed with Digital Goja 90-Day 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.
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The Wanderer DSLR Camera and Mirrorless Backpack Bag by Altura Photo®
The Wanderer by Altura Photo is a great high capacity mid-sized camera pack with premium features at an exceptional value. The Wanderer is tough, but lightweight, and features a classic DSLR backpack design with contemporary styling. Its durable water-repellant exterior and exceptional internal padding ensures that your gear is protected and safe while the padded ergonomic shoulder harness evenly distributes the load for all-day carrying comfort.
- Water-repellant 840D Nylon exterior protects your gear from the elements.
- Customizable interior with removable foam padded inserts.
- Interior slip pocket on the lid supports most laptops or tablets up to 14-inches.
- Side attachment cup with locking strap for transporting a monopod or tripod.
- Padded shoulder straps can be adjusted to your desired height.
- Multiple accessory pockets for storing Extra batteries, memory cards, accessories, and the essentials.
- Reinforced stitching at stress points for long term durability.
- The dual zipper sliders connect, and are compatible with standard luggage locks for added security.
- TSA CARRY-ON Compatible.
- Protects a DSLR or mirrorless camera with an attached lens, 4-5 extra lenses, and a dedicated flash.
- Fits DJI Mavic Pro Drone and accessories (controller, batteries, charger etc).
- Interior Dimensions: 10" x 4.5" x 16.5"
- Exterior Dimensions: 12" x 6.5" x 17" (LxWxH)
- Laptop Pouch Dimensions: 9.5" x 13.5" (w x h)
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I can fit my Canon T5i with the 18-55mm lens on it and both the 300mm and 250mm lens in with the camera. In the netting pocket inside that area I have both spare battery and spare camera card in it. There is room left to tuck my charger in and take with me if I am going to use this for trips.
In the area at the top of the backpack I have both my 50mm and 10-18mm lens in it. It is not too tight buy snug enough that they won't be moving around banging into each other. The netting pockets inside this top area hold my remote controller, cleaning cloths and cleaning brush.
I am pleased that as I pulled the sling backpack around to front that the main pocket opens to the side facing up, toward my face and I can get into it without fear of anything falling out. There is a latch across that pocket that you can unlatch and unzip all the way open if desired.
I have a big tripod but it does fit, the bag has a small pocket for one leg of tripod to go into it and a strap to hold the tripod tight. I tried it and wouldn't be worried at all to carry the tripod on the bag although I like using my mono pod better than a tripod. The mono pod fits very nicely also.
This is a good quality bag. I have bought several bags for my camera but this one is going to be my favorite because of the space, ease of putting it on, carrying it.
One thing I didn't see when first ordering this was a picture of the extra strap that goes across the front of you. I can see where this would be a great help if you are hiking with this pack on as it levels out the pack and makes it more like a backpack and very secure. But if you have it snapped on, you can't bring the backpack around to the front until you unsnap it. At least you have a choice.
I highly recommend this bag.
Fantastic design. This thing works as a sling, swings around just like pictured and has buckles on the front to prevent camera items from falling out when you unzip it. But if you want easier access you just unbuckle them, no fuss, nice and simple.
The strap for the bag is also great. The band is wide so even when I put heavy lenses in it the strap doesn't dig into my shoulder. It also has a buckle for quick removal and an extra across your stomach for stability.
For me, it's slightly too small. I love the fact they kept is small but for what I want to use it for I am stuffing it a little too much...
This bag definitely can't fit my flash... I am simply not comfortable with taking it out of it's case to fold it oddly in the top like they show. I'd almost rather put an extra lens up there in a case than do that.
LENS AND CAMERA
If you own a basic DSLR with DX lenses you will easily fit- Camera Body, stock lens (24-120mm), a 35 mm(or 55mm) and a small telephoto(70-200mm, 70-300mm gets slightly too long for standing tall as shown in picture)
If you own a camera that uses FX lenses... Be prepared to stuff... you can get the body with a lens attached (not telephoto) and a smaller 35mm or 55mm lens but if you want to add a telephoto you have to start changing the way the camera sits inside the bag and personally I am a little weary of how protected the camera is at that point. I will say it fits but just not well.
The side pocket would fit a small tripod as shown but I have yet to test how well the tripod really stays put and wears on your back like that. I am guessing it's not going to be as nicely wearable as I hope. As far as a gorilla tripod, this would definitely sit there and travel just fine.
There are several pockets for the little stuff. Extra battery, memory cards (strongly encourage a large case not individual memory card cases bc they will fall out, cleaning cloth, lens caps and so on. I do wish this had at least 1 zippered pocket but it doesn't :(
Design, style, wearablity and comfort I give 10 stars out of 5 :D Very very happy with this aspect of the bag.
Easily fits smaller DX lenses and body
Lots of small pockets
Love the space for tripod
Slightly small if you are using FX lenses (ONE to TWO inches in width and depth would make this a perfect back for FX lenses as well!)
Personally don't feel it fits a flash
Wish one or two of the pockets zipped instead of velcro
With all that said, I'd buy it again. It's functionality is so incredible that I just have to have it and will continue to work with it in hopes I find a better solution for the storage spacing of the lenses... good tetris practice.
I don't have a big set up so I was looking for a mid-size bag that wasn't too bulky like the ones I've used with my older setup. I tested this bag as soon as I got it and was able to fit two bodies, a full frame and a DX body with two midsize lens and a 300 telephoto lens with two flashes. If you were a good Tetris player, this bag will carry what you need. The inside padding feels sturdy enough to prevent your gear from going all over the place and the material makes me feel comfortable knowing it will keep my gear dry in case of a water mishap.
The only thing I notice was if you have a battery grip attached to a full frame camera, like a Nikon D800, you will have to detach it from the body as it will NOT fit in the bag while it has the grip on. Again I don't personally own a battery grip but tried it with one to see if it would fit and it didn't. Overall it's a great bag and from the quality of it, I think it will be with me for years to come.