Constructed of rugged water-repellent nylon, the Deluxe Back Pack 200EG is perfect for the active photographer. Well arranged dividers and multiple pockets and pouches mean there is plenty of room for just about anything. Wide shoulder straps evenly distribute weight for comfortable carrying all day long
The Canon 200EG is commonly used for Protecting gear, Storing gear, Transporting gear and more.The Canon 200EG is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Casual photographer, Enthusiast, Photo enthusiast, Photography student, Professional, Pro photographer, Semi-pro photographer among others.The Canon 200EG is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Canon 200EG: Adjustable harness, Comfortable, Easily accessible equipment, Lightweight, Price, Roomy and Strong construction
Most Liked Positive Review
Take it all with you
This is a very good bag for hiking or traveling with your equipment. I have my body, lenses and accessories all in one bag and can easily access everything.
Most Liked Negative Review
Not for Expensive Equipmrnt
You get what you pay for. My issue was not enough padding (very thin, especially at the top or the bottom of the bag, where the LCD screen is located). It caused my screen to crack and a $200 replacement cost.
Reviewed by 188 customers
At first glance the compartments are nice and it looks to be well laid out. The dividers and built in supports push through the back of the bag into your back while your using it though. If you carry it on just one shoulder it can be carried at a slight angle so that the supports arent gouging you in the back, if your using both straps it will stab you right in the kidneys
Use it to carry camera body, two lens, flash attachment and battery chargers.
I really enjoy this back packâ€¦ one zip & you are at all of your equipment (that is all will fit). I am from the old school of camera bags & cases. This was a good changeâ€¦ no longer having the issue of shoulder fatigue from my old bagâ€¦ weight is evenly distribute across both shoulders. A must for anyone on the go with minimum equipment (one camera & a couple of lens). It is water repellant, which I think is a great thingâ€¦ giving the need to protect your investments. I would recommend to family & friends.
The bag has plenty of pockets and compartments to store all of your equipment.
Light, very well made, not too big but big enough to carry all you need.
Just the right size to carry camera and extra lenses,etc.Just wish it had a little more padding on the bottom where it sit on ground. But an excellent value for what it is.
I like how the lens are protected and can be arranged according to use. I would prefer to have two spots for camera bodies also should be a little deeper for camera with motor drives.
Bought this for my son to hold his DSLR. Flexible configuration meets all needs. Easy access, and also has pockets for non-camera items. A great combination for the active photographer.
This bag looks nice, has a lot of handy pockets, and fits my 5D & 70-200 quite well. I would only use this pack for day trips in my car. There is no structure to the bag and I would be afraid of traveling with my gear inside of this. It has moderate padding - it's not like its flimsy, but once you load it with heavy lenses etc, you can tell it's putting stress on the bag. I still have my old Tamrac DSLR + Laptop bag. I will be sticking with that until I find a comprable one to also fit my 70-200 safely.
Ordered on Friday, received on Tues. packed 7D, 70-300, 28-75 & 12-24 along with xtra batteries, memory cards and rain gear and off to Road Atlanta. Used all day Thurs, Friday & Sat. for ALMS event. Comfortable, well padded for gear, fit under seat in plane. No downside to this purchase especially at this price.
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