You need the ultimate combination of a location photo/video pack,12" IT case and sport-travel backpack that provides ample ergonomics, stability, protection and stealth, all in a package that is fully convertible between these three specifications. This is the basic model, for compact D-SLR/video kits. Full photobackpack, professional photo gigsters, The Keystone is the bag for you...
Water resistant 1000D Nylon shell & 420D Ripstop Nylon lining, rear opening main compartment w/ removable fully padded mesh w/ zip lid, Brushed Nylon lined configurable camera compartment & removable laptop sleeve w/ 6 pocket organizer, 2 x external covered & gusseted zip pockets, spine slot back pad, carry handle, chest & waist straps, D rings accessory loops & retro reflective strips on adjustable harness straps, fits 12" laptop.
Location photo/laptop backpack, fully convertible. Rearward opening convertible 12" photo/laptop backpack is low profile - for great stability, good security - access to main compartment only if bag is off -shoulders, and good durability - the main zip works with, not against the bag. On location the bag is placed ‘front’ down - the harness and back pad stay cleaner so you do too! The main photo compartment is fully configurable, has plastic sheet cored foam inserts that prevent hot spots on equipment and is full removable, allowing the back pack to be used solely for cargo. The removable insert for 12" laptops can be used to insulate your lap whilst working, from a hot laptop. For extra support deploy the adjustable chest strap. Use the shoulder straps to attach an optional extra Thirsty Al mobile phone holder.
Internal Dimensions (Laptop compartment size)
260 x 300 x 35 mm
330 x 430 x 200 mm
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“The email and telephone service along with the delivery time was as good as any i have encountered in australia. Choosing the right product size, however was a gamble up until delivery. It turns out the product is perfect buut i don't like gambling with money and i hate the return thing. I bought an orange xl north face duffle for my first responder gear and to paraphrase the three bears it was neither too small nor too large. Price wise $269 (free postage) was. A lot to pay for an empty bag. But quality, as they say, os remembered long after cost is forgotten. This applies equally to expensivss-uscha gustav bindere goods as ot does poor, cheap ones. So now here is the criticism. The youtube run down on the north face duffles is worse than useless. And being told in a kocular fashion that, "some guys reckon they can put their wives in those ones" (telephone discussion over carryinh volume) might be funny, but adds to the uncertainty. (is your wife a 0000? Mine isn't. ) so how best to show the difference in carrying capacity of five different sized duffles? Wait for it! Its not holding up five empty duffles one after the other! (wow! ) let's make another video which shows what you can put in them! Ps giggling blocks don't aid the presentation. (just a thought: if you believe in your product, present it as if you do, not as if you are the loser who dibbed out over lunch. ) thos video just added to the uncertaimty. But hey, at the end of the day i licked out. So who's cplaimimg. If you want, i'll send anpicture oof what goes in minem.”
“The experience was good.”
“Excellent service. You left a security tag in one of the pockets - you might like to check for these in future.”
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