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An innovative pack for capturing that million-dollar moment.
- Padded internal compartments stash your pricey camera gear and keep it organized
- Pack holds up to 1-2 pro DSLR's with grip and lens attached, 4-6 additional lenses, other camera accessories, and has four memory card pockets and a removable cord-management pouch
- Durable, quality technical fabrics throughout and heavy-duty YKK splashguard zippers on main compartment offer strength and resilience during heavy outdoor use and travel
- All Weather (AW) cover with cinch straps protects your gear from the elements
- Adjustable-torso harness system with the Pack Jack tool (device allows you to shorten or lengthen the distance between shoulders and hips) provides a fully customizable and comfortable fit
- Ten-point adjustment system offers a customizable fit at the top of pack, shoulders, torso, sternum, waist, and lumbar areas
- Adjustable, removable waist-belt has thick, mesh-covered padding to provide comfort and wick away moisture
- Seam-sealed pouch holds your bladder (up to 70oz, bladder not included)
- Three integrated tripod sleeves at front and sides of the pack store, protect, and secure tripods, monopods, trekking or ski poles
- Removable, checkpoint-friendly laptop sleeve fits a widescreen laptop up to 15.4in
- Sturdy D-rings and SlipLock attachment loops allow for additional attachments
- Safety whistle lets others know where you are
- Pack is airline carry-on compatible (please double check with your airline for current size and weight restrictions)
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I've been using LowePro packs exclusively for the past 15 years. I really like how LowePro designs their stuff to fit right and safely carry your equipment. There are alot of companies out there who design their packs to safely stow your gear, without giving much thought to comfortably carrying a heavy load. I had to modify this pack to hold my large video tripod/fluid head, but you'd have to do that to any pack as there aren't any options (I could find) that can carry an oversized tripod.