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12-17-2017, 07:47 AM   #1
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Best Backpack for 645D

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Anyone have any suggestions for a backpack for a 645D and 3 lenses (55mm, 45-85, 80-160). No specific price range. Thanks.

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well, there are many options, but more details are needed. Are you going outdoors, or just commuting in the city?
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QuoteOriginally posted by Macario Quote
more details are needed. Are you going outdoors, or just commuting in the city?
Correct. Recommendations will vary accordingly.

apart from the size of the body itself, what you ask for is not that uncommon, a K-1 with a 70-200 mounted would be a "bigger" challenge so it's mainly a matter of knowing what you are looking for.

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Just buy the backpack in the shop with the features you like and move its internal dividers to suit what you're putting in it on a given day.

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Just buy the backpack in the shop with the features you like and move its internal dividers to suit what you're putting in it on a given day.
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Thanks.That is a good recommendation. I will using it for hiking and landscape.
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For me the most important consideration is that the harness/frame fits me and is comfortable for long hikes with a full load.

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Thanks.That is a good recommendation. I will using it for hiking and landscape.

Well for landscape I would say either an F-stop, Clike Elite or Mindshift backpacks are the way to go.


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All three makers make very good backpacks, and all of them have their own cons and pros. it all depends on what you want. My choice is Clik Elite, because I like their fit on my back. But with any of them you cannot go wrong. And it also all depends on what else you want to take besides your camera.
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FWIW, my pack of choice has been F Stop, I’ve had a Loka UL for 3 years, carried my MF gear as well as tripod, water bladder, spare clothes with ease. It’s been on long mountain days and has been perfect. I’ve just upgraded to a Tilopa, and find the build quality bomb proof. I was thinking of going to a mindshift bag, but decided to stick with what I know. You won’t believe how much you can pack into this bag. My bag when loaded up can be 20 kg, and at no point does it ever feel uncomfortable. They are well worth the money, plus you can vary the size of the ICU to hold as much or as little camera kit you need for the trip.
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FWIW, my pack of choice has been F Stop, Iíve had a Loka UL for 3 years, carried my MF gear as well as tripod, water bladder, spare clothes with ease. Itís been on long mountain days and has been perfect. Iíve just upgraded to a Tilopa, and find the build quality bomb proof. I was thinking of going to a mindshift bag, but decided to stick with what I know. You wonít believe how much you can pack into this bag. My bag when loaded up can be 20 kg, and at no point does it ever feel uncomfortable. They are well worth the money, plus you can vary the size of the ICU to hold as much or as little camera kit you need for the trip.

Bismillah

Thanks I will check those out.
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