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Incase Reform Action Camera 13" Laptop Backpack - Heather Gray

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More Information About Incase Reform Action Camera 13" Laptop Backpack - Heather Gray

  • External Dimensions 46.4 x 27.3 x 15.9 cm
  • Weight 0.90 kg
  • Material 300D Heathered Ecoya®
  • Warranty 1 Year Warranty
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The Reform Action Camera Pack from Incase is a backpack designed to carry, protect, and store cameras, up to 13" Macbook Pros, iPads, and other photo and video equipment in a comfortable and compact way. A camera organiser provides protection for and quick access to your DSLR camera or mirrorless camera and gear, while side-access zippers let you easily reach accessories.

The Reform Action Camera Pack is constructed with an eco-conscious durable 300D Heathered Ecoya® Eco-Dyed Poly for weather protection and endurance. The backpack additionally features a padded, faux-fur lined notebook compartment to keep your MacBook protected. Stay organised, comfortable and mobile with the Incase Reform Action Camera Pack

  • Main compartment with side access zippers
  • Dedicated iPad pocket
  • Collapsible top storage for DSLR camera, mono kits, accessory organisers, or other items
  • Padded faux-fur lined laptop compartment for up to a 13" MacBook Pro with side zipper access
  • Made from 300D Heathered Weave Ecoya® Eco-Dyed Poly
  • Padded mesh back panel and padded shoulder straps
  • Add customised protection for DSLR gear with the Camera Insert Kit

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Customer Reviews

  • “Great bag with easy to access compartments for everything . .”
    Derek H from Preston, VIC, Australia