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Peak Design Everyday Backpack 30L (Charcoal Camera Bag)
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- Holds 2 DSLR Bodies & 3-6 Lenses
- Dedicated 16" Laptop Sleeve
- Three Flexfold Dividers Protect Gear
- Built-In Expansion with Maglatch System
- Exterior & Sub-Divided Interior Pockets
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|Item Dimensions||23.23 x 12.99 x 20.08 inches|
|Item Weight||3.4 pounds|
|Mfg Warranty Description Parts||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
|Shipping Weight||5.2 pounds|
Peak Design Everyday Backpack (30L, Charcoal)
A pack that adapts to your ever-changing gear, lifestyle and environment, the Everyday Backpack was created by a team of designers, engineers, and photographers to meet the needs of creative, adventurous people. Unrivaled accessibility, expandability, and organization.
The patented MagLatch provides lighting fast top access, with dual side-loading via two weatherproof side zips. Huge external carry capacity made possible by a versatile tuck-away strap system and 2 expandable external side pockets. Integrated luggage carry makes this bag equally suited for daily commutes and extended travel.
Endlessly configurable FlexFold dividers keep photo or everyday gear organized, protected, and not bunched at the bottom of your bag. Internally padded accessory pockets keep small items in check.
Dedicated sleeve for up to 15” laptop, tablet, and documents. Ultra clean aesthetic, all-custom hardware, minimal dangling straps.
The featured 30L Charcoal Backpack has Black Hypalon Accents and Stitching Detail in Red Highlights (NO leather is used in the construction of the Charcoal Color Variation).
EVERYDAY CARRY, PERFECTED
A completely new, unique divider system keeps everything you carry organized, protected, and accessible, instead of in a pile at the bottom of your bag.
REVOLUTIONARY EXTERNAL CARRY
A best-in-class system of 4 configurable tension straps lets you carry large, heavy items on the outside of your pack with ease. The straps brilliantly tuck away when not in use, leaving you free of dangling strap ends. 2 60cm straps stow in a magnetically sealed pocket, while 2 40cm straps hide in the expandable side pockets. High strength 15mm webbing, custom anodized tension hooks and 10 discrete anchor points let you cinch just about any load.
FOR ALL YOUR CARRY NEEDS
FOR CAMERAS, OR NOT
The Everyday Backpack is designed to not only meet the carry needs of photographers, but also travelers, commuters, adventurers, and everyone in-between.
Both size bags are perfectly sized to fit the new DJI Mavic, with controller and accessories, and give you plenty of room to spare.
The 30L backpack even fits a DJI Phantom 4, along with controller and accessories, inside the main compartment.
INTELLIGENT INTERNAL ORGANIZATION
INNER SIDE PANEL POCKETS
REVOLUTIONARY CLOSURE SYSTEM
Designed to carry up to a 15 inch Macbook Pro Retina, 2009 or later.
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- It looks great and has nice finishes
- Fits my back better than Patagonia bag at 6'3"
- I like the pocket layout and construction
- The shoulder strap is already fraying after two weeks of light use (3 times a week) as they rub against a stiff support bar.
- There are lots of straps, zip pulls, that I foresee getting caught under airplane seats etc.
- The top closure while innovative can be a pain to use
- Its pricey vs my prior Patagonia bag which has been around the world a few times with zero issues.
Bottom Line: I'm thinking seriously of returning it as I'm not sure it will go the distance.
Carry and fit (2.5 stars)
How it fits me and carries is less than good however. I have an Osprey Talon 33L pack that is WAY more comfortable to carry the same gear and is less than 1/2 the price. I am 6' 190 lbs with fairly broad shoulders and chest (rock climber). The shoulder straps here are too broad and thick and have a strange cut to them, maybe its a compromise to fit both woman and men well. For the premium price, they should offer a male and female version. I simply cannot wear this without the shoulder straps sliding down and back without attaching the sternum strap. The strap can be tricky to latch and more importantly unlatch one handed. It seems one handed use was the design intention. It also causes the shoulder straps to rotate inward thus making them dig into my chest some. While its much more comfortable to wear than the everyday messenger bag (in any of the 3 carry modes) for long periods its far less comfy than backpacks deigned for the outdoors industry. I would never use this for a 3-8 mile day hike and 2000-5000 foot elevation gain to take summit photos, not even carrying only 10 lbs. I live in the PNW and go to the Cascade Mountains frequently.
Active shooting functionality and use (3.5 stars):
I shoot a lot of wildlife and landscape. Occasionally I do engagement shoots, etc. I will sometimes make frequent lens changes and speed is paramount then. Its a matter of missing the shot or looking slow, awkward, and unprofessional.
Slipping one strap off (after struggling with detaching the sternum strap) and slinging over either shoulder to open the side pockets works fairly well. A decent, if not fast, way to switch a lens or grab a filter. So far, nothing has fallen out! I have had lenses flop out of the EMB-bad.
[Ironic update: 1 hour after writing this review, I went out shooting. I slung the pack off my back into the shoulder sling mode, unzipped side door, pulled out my camera, then rezipped and put on my back again. I took 2 shots and *THUNK*. It was my 70-200mm L IS II, which then rolled off the pedestrian overpass I was on and fell 40 ft to railroad tracks. A horrible sight. The lens casing and glass actually stayed intact, but the autofocus and zoom is toast. Apparently, in my haste, I grabbed the bottom zipper and essentially unzipped the door in the opposite direction!!! Beware!!! From now on I will anchor the bottom zipper to the antitheft gaurd. And I will never detach the tripod mount either!!!]
The side pockets are of limited use and I rarely use them actively. I really have to strain to insert or remove a lens such as Canon 24-105mm. It seems the top of the pocket is simply located too high and the opening is too tight (likely to prevent your gear from falling out when in sling mode). This would not be too bad if they added a flat vertical loop to attach a CapturePro on the side for a big lens with a screw mount. Using the hipbelt does not work either.
Integration (lack-of) with CapturePro:
The only semi useful place to which allows for attachment is above the adjustment slider on the thick foam shoulder strap. Very hard to put on and does not carry my camera or large telephoto lens well. Uncomfortable. I prefer to use the capturePro in a location near my hip (but there are not places to attach in that area). I'm stunned that they did not think this one through. Again, a hip area mount is desired. Would love to hear if I am missing something.
After moderate use (~2 days a week) for 5 months carrying 10-20 lbs, one of the waist strap stitching is tearing off at the seam where it meets the bag. This is EXTREMELY disappointing. I've owned DOZENS of backpacks which received heavy and rugged use for backpacking and mountaineering, from ultralight to heavy duty 70L packpacks, and this has never happened before! And I've treated this extra gingerly since it contains my precious camera gear and is only used for this purpose. So far no other problems. Will send back for replacement with their lifetime warranty.
Overpriced compared to other options out there. Its a unique, good looking bag though and like many aspects and I so far put up with the drawbacks. I only paid $250 during the Kickstarter campaign and I would not pay a penny more. If you have deep pockets than I would suggest the bag for certain uses.