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Acuvar Professional DSLR Camera Backpack with Rain Cover for Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, Samsung, Panasonic, Pentax models.

Acuvar Professional DSLR Camera Backpack with Rain Cover for Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, Samsung, Panasonic, Pentax models.

Acuvar Professional DSLR Camera Backpack with Rain Cover for Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, Samsung, Panasonic, Pentax models.

  • Holds and protects 2 DLSR Cameras or 2 Small Camcorders, 3-4 lenses and other accessories, including flashes, filters, etc.
  • Made with a strong, durable nylon/polyester exterior
  • Interior features thick, customizable foam to ensure your equipments’ absolute protection
  • Comes with a water resistant nylon rain cover: conveniently stored at the underside of the bag (see photo)
  • Outer Dimensions: 11.5″ x 7.2″ x 15.6″ | Inner Dimensions: 10″ x 5″ x 14.75″

The Acuvar Professional Photography Backpack
gives you a way to protect, store and transport your cameras and accessories. It features thick customizable foam that protects your equipment and ensures minimal inside movement.

Has waist, chest, and heavily padded shoulder straps for comfortable carrying.

Also comes with a water resistant nylon rain cover. It’s conveniently stored at the underside of the bag (see photo).

Dimensions:
Outer: 11.5″ x 7.2″ x 15.6″
Inner: 10″ x 5″ x 14.75″

List Price: $ 23.99

Price: $ 21.99

2 Comments
  1. Reply
    Blin July 24, 2016 at 10:50 pm
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Just fine… Except it is terrible, June 8, 2016
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    Customer Video Review Length:: 0:27 Mins

    First the pros:
    Sufficient size to hold a variety of equipment
    A variety of partitions allow for many configurations
    Looks pretty decent

    Seems fine right? It would be except for one fatal flaw, the zipper does not stay shut!
    The zipper is designed such that when fully closed, the bottom edge can very easily become disconnected and then ENTIRE zipper will unravel. I very nearly lost over a $1000 worth of camera equipment because I trusted the zipper. And the backpack is designed such that the compartment will open fully, so if the zipper does fail, it is very likely that all your equipment will come flying out. What is the point of a backpack if you can’t trust the zipper? This backpack is literary worth nothing if you can’t trust it to stay shut.

    If you haven’t bought it yet: Don’t buy it
    If you have bought it: Return it

    I have added a video to show what the issue is. It only takes a relatively little amount of force to pop the zipper, and could easily happen during a walk if you have some weight in the bag (as is what happened to me).

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    Ploe the Jumber July 24, 2016 at 11:23 pm
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    A Solid bag with quirks and minor issues, May 23, 2016
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    This bag is acceptable maybe even better. It holds all of my lenses and camera body and filters and batteries and sd cards great. There are plenty of pockets and the bag itself seems to be of sturdy construction. However it had 3 issues.
    First:
    The straps to hold my tripod were not big enough to fit around the tripod so I routed them through the middle and on the first time that I ever touched it the buckle for the second strap crumbled to pieces in my hand.
    Rather than return the bag I bought 2 new buckles from Bass Pro for $2.50 each ($5 total). This also entailed cutting the strap where it was stitched to stop it from slipping out of the buckle.
    So bad tripod straps – fixable with extra time, effort and money
    Second:
    The waist belt shouldn’t be on there. I have a high end REI backpack to help me with shoulder issues and I learned through my experiences getting the perfect hiking backpack that you want the waist strap to ride on your hips. This bag is too small to support that design feature so it is a waste and the straps will only get in your way.
    So waist straps are useless clutter.
    Third:
    This bag advertised that it came with a rain cover yet mine did not.
    I honestly don’t care about this because if I’m going to be out in the rain I’m going to leave my SLR somewhere safe. Plus if I’m prepared enough to check the weather before heading out then I’ll pack my rain jacket and wear it over top. So I don’t think a rain cover would offer much more value than the waist straps but but if you want one be prepared to ask the vendor to make it right. IE – don’t plan any trips the depend on everything good to go in just 2 days.

    So I didn’t return it – for $29 it’s better than a lot of $49 bags out there after I fixed my tripod straps. It’s just a potentially rocky start.

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