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ChromeNiko F-Stop Camera Backpack

$200.00

Item # CRM004J

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Item # CRM004J
Description

Niko F-Stop Camera Backpack

Show up to the shoot with Chrome's Niko F-Stop Camera Backpack to exude professionalism inside and out. Most camera packs have a sleek style signifying serious expertise, but the inside is what counts, and you could fit your customized gear into packs designed for something else, or you can design the F-Stop's interior how you want. All the padded dividers are removable so you can fit what you need for each day with absolute organization. Chrome built this backpack out of Ballistic nylon for the durability you want for your expensive career.
  • Camera backpack organizes a vast array of media equipment
  • Removable, padded dividers customize organization of your camera gear
  • Top-mounted zip opening and back panel access for unpacking
  • Padded back panel and shoulder straps provide a comfy ride
  • Padded compartment sized for 13-inch laptops
  • External straps for tripods

Tech Specs
Material1050D Ballistic nylon, 400D tarp
Volume23L (1403cu in)
Support/SuspensionEVA foam back panel
Shoulder Strapsergonomic, adjustable, sternum strap
Accesstop, back
Laptop Sleevepadded, 13-inch compatibility
Dimensions10 x 20 x 7in
Recommended Usephotography/media
Manufacturer Warrantylifetime

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>Rating: 3

Nice, but more "meh" than "Wow!"

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

As a Chrome bag officionado, I was really looking forward to getting this pack, but once in hand, I'm less excited. I haven' t quite figured out how I want to set-up the internal dividers to carry two bodies and a variety of lenses and it just doesn't feel super convenient to get into. The one really nice point is that since the opening is on the strapside of the bag, when putting it on the ground to get into it, all the dirt doesn't end up on your back! For one camera body and a couple of lenses and accessories, I can definitely recommend the Chrome Niko (https://www.backcountry.com/chrome-niko), which is their smaller single shoulder sling camera pack, but I'm still looking for my ideal multi-camera backpack.