|23rd of May 2008 (Fri)||#1|
Join Date: Feb 2007
Location: London (Canada)
Daypack Photography backpack...
I'm looking at getting a backpack that has some room for typically hiking things like first aid, maybe a light jacket, sandwiches, water etc. budget I'd like to keep under 200
Anyway i have scoured and looked at the most typical ones from the big name brands, but came across
Tenba Shootout Daypack, has anyone had any experience with Tenba cases? it seems to be very nicely made and thought through. I would like to be able to hold the following.
and typical accessory things like balance card, battery, mem cards, etc. etc.
The one thing I REALLY love about this bag is you dont have to take it off your back to get to 2 of your lenses, VERY INGENIOUS, as it sucks when your hiking along and WOW i need a different lens NOW, and typically you have to take the bag off, undue the huge zipper etc.
anyway anybody else have thoughts that I may have missed that aren't the typical lowepro and big brands?
p.s. I also looking at the national georgraphic bag but it doesn't seeem to have any benefit over what this one does.
Canon 7D gripped - Canon 10-22mm 3.5/4.5- Canon 24-70mm 2.8 L - Metzís Mecablitz 58 AF-1 - Canon 580EX II - Presslite Vertex - Qbox 24
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