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Could somebody please ID this bag?

 
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Jun 07, 2014 21:44 |  #1

https://www.youtube.co​m/watch?v=uPopVxKL3No (external link)


Shows up at 1:02.

Any help would be appreciated!


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Jun 07, 2014 23:39 |  #2

It looks like one of the F-Stop range but you'll need to go through their listing to identify the exact model.

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Jun 08, 2014 07:44 |  #3

With Youtube, when you hit "share", there is a handy option to start the video at any point.

Here is a link that starts the video at 1:02 http://youtu.be/uPopVx​KL3No?t=1m2s (external link)

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Jun 08, 2014 08:52 |  #4

It doesn't really look like a photo backpack to me. Can be any hiking daypack with a frotto strapped in instead of a sleeping pad.


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Jun 09, 2014 12:54 |  #5

msowsun wrote in post #16958786 (external link)
With Youtube, when you hit "share", there is a handy option to start the video at any point.

Thanks for that tip.




  
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Jun 09, 2014 16:11 |  #6

Does not look like and Fstop. Looks like any generic backpack.




  
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Jun 20, 2014 20:02 |  #7

msowsun wrote in post #16958786 (external link)
With Youtube, when you hit "share", there is a handy option to start the video at any point.

Here is a link that starts the video at 1:02 http://youtu.be/uPopVx​KL3No?t=1m2s (external link)

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Appreciate that.

To those saying that it looks like an ordinary backpack, I'm assuming the legs of the tripod sit in a side/water pocket?


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Jun 20, 2014 21:48 |  #8

Nawzlew wrote in post #16984484 (external link)
Appreciate that.

To those saying that it looks like an ordinary backpack, I'm assuming the legs of the tripod sit in a side/water pocket?

It's a set up shot. It's a model.

She has a huge ballhead, a small camera, the backpack is empty and she's wearing a non-breathable outer layer. Hikers in pink hats that actually use their gear like that don't exist.

If you put real tripod legs into a mesh water pocket, the mesh will have a hole in it after two days of hiking.


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