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Vanguard The Heralder 51T Camera Bag (Black)
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- Versatile carrying - backpack and roller
- Ease of transport - roller offers ultimate 'four wheel drive'
- Go luggage - simply remove the interior divider compartment
- Clutter free - stowable shoulder straps
- Business oriented - holds a 14" laptop
- Stay steady - optimal balance tripod carrying system
- Keep dry - total coverage rain cover
- Always connected - bonus cell phone holder & accessory pouch
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|Item Dimensions||22.63 x 11.63 x 14 inches|
|Item Weight||9.59 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||12.45 pounds|
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The HERALDER 51T is an amazing rolling backpack, with ‘four wheel drive’ we achieve ultimate roll along transportation as well as insure that the wheels do not dig into your back when carrying as a backpack. Not carrying your camera gear? No need for another cumbersome suitcase, simply remove the interior divider compartment and this bag doubles as everyday luggage. Upholding our high standards of quality, materials, and protection, The HERALDER 51T is designed to safeguard a large professional gear kit, which consists of a Pro DSLR with telephoto lens attached, 4-6 lenses, 2 flash units, and a multitude of accessories. Other essentials are also addressed and protected in a 14” wide screen laptop compartment, a dedicated tablet pocket up front, and accessory pockets.
The ultimate working tool while on the go, the HERALDER 51T features: full flap opening for quick and immediate access to all your gear, adjustable dividers for ultimate set-up freedom, optimal balance tripod carrying system, total coverage rain cover, ergonomic air system back and harness, clutter free stowable shoulder straps, and bonus cell phone holder & accessory pouch. Always on the go, traveling, working in the field? The HERALDER 51T is the carrying solution you have always wished for!
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However, the build of this camera bag is excellent and for the correct camera lens combination, would be a winner. Because of the lack of reviews I ordered on faith that it would work but instead I ended up losing a lot of money in shipping and did not receive full credit from Adorama. So beware.
Roomy and spacious. It fits a considerable amount of lenses, flashes, cables, and a full sized 15 inch laptop. The interiors are a bright construction orange to give a nice contrast to the equipment you need to carry.
The padding is slightly thin but it does the job. The pads are velcro adjustable and accommodates about 6-8 consumer kit lenses; or 4-5 pro-sized lenses. There is a series of 4 padded CF memory card pockets along the top. I have Canon with an extended battery grip. It fits comfortably.
The main compartment is modular and removable. In the front, there's 1 see-through zipper pocket for accessories and series of smaller pockets to hold small items. The bag comes with a small, palm sized padded case that carries loose articles.
The bag has a tough ballistic nylon shell. There's a handy compression-style neoprene stretch pocket on one corner that holds a variety of quick grab and go items like lens caps, keys, and a smartphone.
The bag's top flap is the true genius part of the design. Like a conventional messenger bag, the top flap clips shut with a single plastic clip. There is a zipper along the inside edge of the flap to completely contain the bag's contents (my main beef with other messenger bags is the lack of this zipper to completely seal the bag). The best part is a separate top zipper to access the bag when the flap is shut. Then the bag quickly opens its top for a very quick access. There is even a clever magnetic fastener that keeps the zipper from accidentally opening during normal use.
The bag has straps that help attach itself to roll-on carry-ons at the airport. It also includes a rain fly pocket with a tethered rain fly. And finally, there is an extendable tripod pocket to fit a small tripod. (the fit is tight and snug for a small travel sized tripod.)
Overall, this seems like a thoughtfully appointed bag designed for the active photojournalist. I am very happy with my purchase.
Quality of materials - very well made, I'll have this bag for at least 10 years.
Space - Canon 5D MK III, Tamron 24-70, Canon 50mm, charger, Giotto Rocket Blaster (must buy), LED hotshoe light, cords, headphones, ipad, and there is room for more. The bag gets heavy with this much stuff and gets really heavy when using the tripod straps for my tripod, but that option is there if I need it.
A 15" laptop (at least mine) does not fit in the laptop sleeve and won't fit in the bag with the laptop sleeve, but it will "squeeze" in if I take the sleeve out of the bag. Its doable, just not comfortable. (I have the Messenger 33 bag - some reviews here seem to reference the size up from this bag)
With the weight though, the metal rings and attachments on the strap can handle it. The padding on the strap is good, but I wish they went with a wider strap pad section. I feel its a hair too skinny, but the padding is thick enough.
People have complained about the handle, but its placed where it needs to be if you wan that top bag zipper access. A little tip regarding the handle is if you hold the handle with one hand its easier to zip the bag with the other. For whatever weird reason, it works.
Love the bag, love my Vanguard tripod as well.
This bag can hold that camera/lens combo in a top-closure bag, and it can be be hung from a belt, as well as from a shoulder strapo. This, and the Outlawz model of similar configuration, are the only bags I know that can do all this.
This bag is currently used with that SLT-77, with a 24-70 f/2.8 installed, and it holds that, plus a 50mm f/1.8 in the bottom of the bag.
Would I buy another one? Given a choice, I'd take the Outlawz, but this one will do just nicely.