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Burton F-Stop 28L Camera Backpack


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F-Stop 28L Camera Backpack

Burton designed the F-Stop 28L Backpack to move your heavy, expensive equipment around in the backcountry not only with plenty of protection and organization, but with enough stability that you may even be able to enjoy a few turns yourself. Customizable compartments allow you to set up your internals to suit your equipment, and a load-balance waist harness lets you center the weight so you don't have a surprise load-shift toss you over a cliff.

The main camera compartment is customizable so you can arrange it to suit the needs of the shoot you're on, and a removable storage pocket holds extra memory cards, cords, batteries, and other accessories. Vertical straps carry your snowboard or your tripod and an external shovel blade pocket provides easy access to an essential piece of avy gear.

  • 500D ripstop cordura fabric
  • Front panel camera access with customizable compartments
  • Vertical board/tripod carry
  • External shovel blade pocket
  • Load-balance waist harness
  • Side-access cooler pocket
  • Item #BUR6184

500D Cordura nylon, Tarpaulin
28L (1709cu in)
super cush ergonomic shoulder harness
front panel
[external] 2 side light stem, 1 shovel, 1 removable storage, 1 side-access cooler, 1 oversized beverage, [internal] customizable compartments
Snowboard Carry
25.5 x 12 x 7.5in
Claimed Weight
5lb 2oz
Recommended Use
day hikes, snowboarding, filming
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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Keep your gear organized

This is a great camera bag that fits really well and is built to last years of abuse. It has 3 big external pockets and all the straps you need to attach tripods snowboards and whatever else you need. It can store a dslr and about 3 telephoto lenses. It has good capacity but I do wish it were a little bigger.

>Rating: 4

It works

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

I basically just store the entirety of my photography gear in this bag now. I have a DSLR with 4 lenses and some other random little bits, charger, cleaners, tripod, etc all in this bag. It easily stores everything and I highly prefer it to be sitting organized in my bag rather than strewn about laying on counters or table somewhere. It's great to just pick it up and go, knowing you have everything. The bag seems well made, I've only used it a couple times so far. Once camping and once on a 8 mile day hike. It was super comfortable and considering the amount of gear/weight with my back giving me no problems whatsoever I'd say that speaks pretty highly of the bag, for me at least.

>Rating: 4

As Good as they get

I've used it several times

Great bag. I wish it had a place for water reservoir. It does provide a lot of room for carrying food and snack. If you shoot stills and video you may have to get creative to carry both set ups but it can be done.

>Rating: 5

Works great for gear

I know the intended use for this bag is photography but for the longest time I used an old camera backpack to keep my gear organized so when it came time to replace the old camera bag I decided to stick to what I know and picked up another Burton camera bag to use to organize my gear. I like to carry a couple different pairs of gloves, face masks and goggles when I head to the mountain and the dividers that come with the camera bag are the best for this. Fully packed out I can carry 4 pairs of goggles 4 pairs of gloves and a handful of face masks and beanies. The straps on the the pack are perfect for carrying extra clothing and the side cooler is clutch. I love being able to also have the ability to set my bag up to carry my essential gear but also my camera gear if needed. If you have a couple extra bucks to drop on a bag and love to stay organized i would say give this a shot.

>Rating: 5

Awesome Camera Pack!!!

I've put it through the wringer

For those who like to lug out a bunch of camera gear into the backcountry to get the footy for the boys - this bag is the crown jewel. Super adaptable to most camera set ups - this thing is super comfortable to ski with as well! Access to the pockets and inners is quite easy and nice!

>Rating: 5

The best camera backpack, ever.

I've put it through the wringer

Just leave it to those snow sledding hippies at Burton to make the world's best camera bag. They've outdone the entire rest of the camera industry here. The Good: - The design hasn't changed in almost a decade, for a reason. It's perfect (slim, comfortable, and yet still holds a lot). - Really, really high quality construction. - Great price. You'd pay $450 for this bag from one of the industry camera bag makers. Burton prices it at around 200. - store your lunch up top. - There's a secret slim compartment on one side that can hold a slider dolly, small tripod, lightstand or a small sword. The Bad: - Mm, no place for a laptop. But it's a //camera\\ bag anyway. Final thought: I think I've reccommended this bag to every one of my film and photography buddies.

>Rating: 5

Great Pack

I've used it several times

This pack is awesome. I love the adjustable velcro dividers. Lots of great straps and the adjustable length is perfect for people who are trying to share a pack but aren't quite the same height. Nice zippered waterproof pouches and the waist strap makes it really comfortable. Couldn't ask for more if you're shooting with an SLR and a few lenses, but if you are planning on putting a bigger camera and additional gear in this pack you might want to look for something larger.


What are the internal dimensions? Is that the 25.5 x 12 x 7.5 in? C'mon Backcountry...