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Your backcountry photo studio.

Getting the shot in the backcountry is no easy task, but you can definitely make things easier on yourself with the Dakine Sequence Backpack with Camera Block. The main compartment features a removable padded camera block that secures your DSLR, several spare lenses, and other accessories, and a rear access panel makes it easy to reach what you need to capture the moment. It also has a padded laptop sleeve in case you need to upload photos in the field, and a deployable rain cover keeps your precious electronics safe when a storm suddenly unloads on you. Vertical snowboard carry straps hold your shred stick when you're hiking, and a padded waist belt and an adjustable sternum strap ensure a secure fit when you're shredding back to the car.

  • 630D or 420D nylon fabric
  • Removable padded camera block
  • Padded laptop sleeve
  • Back panel access
  • Vertical board carry straps
  • Deployable rain cover
  • Padded waist belt and adjustable sternum strap

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Not for dudes with big shoulders

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Got this pack, hoping it would meet my needs for a hiking pack with camera specific storage. Sadly, upon throwing it on, the shoulder straps hit me in all the wrong places. The straps were a bit narrow, and hit me way high on the delts. I tried all the different adjustments here, but none were enough.

Just in case the pack was meant to be loaded to fit right, I slapped my telephoto lens, macro lens, all-purpose lens, and camera body in here to give it some weight. The pack still fit poorly, but I will say, the camera storage was pretty sweet. I strapped my girlfriend to it as well, and she was too small, and the pack hit her wrong as well.

Overall, a good pack, if you're exactly the right size, probably an average heighted, narrow shouldered, skinny dude.