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Kata DR467 Review

 
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Sep 04, 2011 18:05 |  #1

So I got this bag awhile ago for use on the ship since it's black I can wear it with my uniform so here's a review and sell review since I finally got my black Crumpler backpack. :D

This is how it looks with the 70-200 in it. no problems fitting.

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Here's my general gear: 40D, 70-200F2.8, 17-50F2.8 OS, 430EX, & Nifty hidden
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There's Nifty! As you can see there's still room on the left for good prime or UWA.
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Very spacious top compartment! Can hold a lot. I've stuck shoes and more
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While stuffing these 3 pockets with anything bulges in on the large top compartment it's still nice for small items like keys, wallet, camera covers, gloves, etc that don't make a big impact but something you need to get to easy.
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Then of course on the back is the laptop compartment which I not only put my 14" in there but I stick my mouse and charger along with it without any etc bulging.
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Overall it's an awesome bag! It really can stand up to weather as well but it has a cover which works great as it's went through a really bad storm and the backpack was dry! I love this bag and if it weren't for my obcession with Crumpler then I'd keep it. But also, for my deployment traveling in Europe, I want something that opens from the back. Still, awesome pack, has a waist and chest band, overall great!

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Sep 05, 2011 11:07 |  #2

Thanks for the review. The 70-200 seems to be jutting out a bit. How tight is it to zipper it up that way?




  
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Sep 05, 2011 14:48 |  #3

It's fine man. Ya know, I should do some YouTube videos for these bags. I might do that, don't count it yet though. Still, fits just fine. It's quite snug, in a good way, when it's packed up.


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Sep 06, 2011 00:56 |  #4

Thanks man!




  
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Sep 06, 2011 01:01 |  #5

First off, Thank You for your service.
I checked out this bag a while ago, good to see an honest review. I love messenger style bags a bit more but it wouldn't hurt to have a nice backpack for lugging around


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