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Tenba HDSLR/Video Backpack 22in (638-319)
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- Monopod/Shotgun Mic Pockets - Pockets on both sides of the bag hold a monopod and shotgun mic.
- Top-Access Audio Gear Compartment
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Tenba Roadies are built for protection, durability and discretion. They are designed to move expensive laptops, DSLR and video cameras, lighting and lenses, to any location, through the strictest carry-on and travel regulations, and do it all without being noticed. The Roadie Video Backpack was designed from the ground up with video gear in mind. It will fit the latest DSLR systems from Canon (5D Mark III, EOS-1D X) and Nikon (D4, D800), and larger video cameras from RED (Epic, Scarlet), Canon (C100/C300/C500) and Sony FS700, along with a full assortment of accessories. Video-specific features are found throughout, such as side monopod/shotgun mic pockets, a top audio compartment and versatile dividers than can adjust to fit everything from DSLRs to full-size video cameras. Every detail of the bag was developed in cooperation with working videographers and filmmakers across a broad range of styles and pursuits to ensure that this bag could adapt to meet a wide variety of needs.
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A Canon C100 will fit fully assembled in this bag.
Few warnings though:
It will become very heavy if you put too much in it. Wish it had option for wheels for air travel
It just barely fit into overhead bin on 767s and 777s (even on its side). I had to completely tear down the camera to fit into the smaller bin on the 767s I think maybe the airlines are making the bins smaller and smaller.
It will fit in an Airbus bin (At least on Emirates and Singapore Airlines).
Doubt it would fit in one of those small commuter jet bins. Will NOT fit under any aircraft seat.
Out in the field:
My work is run and gun, challenging conditions. I don't have time or patiences for a less than durable bag. My camera must be fully assembled with all the extras to do what I need to do.
The C100 XLR handle is just high enough in the standard set up to touch the flaps that close the top. The flaps will close and zip up. Your XLR connector, if angled vertically, will end up with the flaps resting on it. I ended up just unplugging the onboard shot gun cable anytime I put it in the bag.
Has plenty of velcro dividers to create bins and cushion.
It came with a few cases for filters, SD cards and a small lightweight compartment insert the size of the bag footprint to hold audio stuff I suppose. I pulled it out and use it separately.
It is very durable, water resistant (not waterproof of course) and dust and dirt did not penetrate. It comes with a rain over that works well.
I spent 8 weeks in Africa in challenging conditions-dry arid windy with tons of small grain sand and dirt to wet jungle torrential monsoon rain and it held up perfectly. I did not leave it in the rain, but when it would start raining the water did not penetrate the bag, it beaded up long enough for me to get it to a dry location.
Zippers are sturdy.
I replaced the strap with a very sturdy padded leather strap from my previous bag. I just did not think the provided strap would hold up for my purposes.
Side pocket held my macbook pro without issue-but again, this sucker gets heavy once you add your lenses, body, filters and laptop or iPad.
I am pretty happy with it. Don't plan to replace it, but I may have to find a smaller bag for commuter flights.