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When you're saddled with laptops, card readers, hard drives, tripods, a gaggle of lenses, and maybe even a small fleet of camera bodies, look no further than the Thule Aspect DSLR Backpack to ensure maximum carrying capacity for all of your haul. This pack features an easy-to-use side access that allows you to wrangle your camera without having to actually take the pack off and potentially sacrifice getting the shot. The bevvy of padded storage safeguards your precious lenses, flashes, and camera, while the personal storage space ensures that you're able to pack along extra layers should the adventure take you outdoors. Additionally, the padded back compartment accommodates a laptop and touchscreen tablet, making it relatively effortless for you to bring your work on the road. Not to mention, a removable hip belt allows you to customize your fit and assure day-long support when your load is a little heavier than usual.
- The ultimate carrying capacity for freelance photographers
- Durable nylon exterior safeguards from errant objects
- Bevvy of internal pockets easily bears camera necessities
- Side tripod storage hauls adjustable and compact tripods
- Padded hip belt is removable and features multiple pockets
- Item #THU005A
- 22L (1343cu in)
- [external] 2 zippered, 1 tripod, 1 laptop, [internal] 4 lens, 1 zippered, 1 camera
- [bag] 11.8 x 8.7 x 20.5in, [laptop compartment] 10.2 x 10.2 x 11.4in
- Claimed Weight
- 3lb 3.2oz
- Recommended Use
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 25 years
What do you think about this product?
August 3, 2017
bigger than i expected but awesome
- I've put it through the wringer
I bought this pack to be able to hold my DSLR camera along with my go pro and ideally some snacks and a hydration bladder. It definitely holds all of these things but is still MASSIVE. My favorite thing about this pack is that the hip belt has elastic pockets on both sides so I can hold my phone on one side for easy access to snapchats and such (i have an iphone 6) and my camera lens on the other when i pull my camera out. The pocket for the camera is what takes up the majority of the pack. it could easily fit a mega zoom or sport lens, multiple lense options, and/or multiple camera bodies if you wish. The top pocket is big enough for me to carry a 2.5 hydration bladder along with lunch and a packable jacket. Like I said, totally love this pack but I mainly bought this for smaller hikes and touristy travel and this thing is way too bif for that (there's a lot of empty space due to me only bringing my one dslr camera and a few other smaller items) so i plan on looking for a smaller pack to have as well.