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About Manfrotto MB MP-BP-20BB

The Manfrotto Pro Backpack 50 is a professional backpack designed for a Pro DSLR with battery grip, attached 70-200 F/2.8 lens, additional camera body, 5 extra lenses, flash, tablet, 15" laptop, tripod and accessories. It features the CPS - Camera Protection System - and the Exo-tough multi-layered construction to give the maximum protection.

Manfrotto MB MP-BP-20BB Features

  • Cabin Luggage: This bag fits the standard to fit as carry-on luggage
  • External Tripod Connections: This bag comes with the option and proper connections to attach your tripod externally
  • Flexi Dividers: These custom designed dividers have the option to fold out of the way when needed or to be pulled out to protect your equipment in special situations
  • Interchangeable Dividers: Both modular and easy to use, these dividers allow you to custom fit the inside of your bag around your gear by creating the exact size compartment for your gear
  • Laptop Compatible: Protect your laptop during transport in the compartment
  • Rain Protector: Included fold out protector which when installed creates a barrier between the wet outside and dry inside of your bag
  • Water Repellant: A specially applied coating to the fabric which keeps is resistant to moisture
  • Exo-Tough Construction: Manfrotto's Exo-Tough Construction offers rigid multi-layer surface construction that diffuses sharp impact shock
  • Camera Protection System: Manfrotto's CPS - Camera Protection System has been specifically engineered and laboratory tested to guarantee the highest level of protection and shock resistance where it really counts
  • Tablet Compartment: Dedicated compartment for tablet

Manfrotto MB MP-BP-20BB Specifications

Designed for
Pro DSLR with battery grip, attached 70-200 F/2.8 lens, additional camera body, 5 extra lenses, flash, 15" laptop and accessories
Internal laptop compartment (H x L x W)
18.11 x 9.45 x 0.79" / 45.99 x 24 x 2cm
Internal main compartment (H x L x W)
18.11 x 9.45 x 6.3" / 45.99 x 24 x 16cm
External Dimensions (H x L x W)
19.88 x 12.2 x 11.02" / 50.49 x 30.98 x 27.99cm
Weight
5.14lbs / 2.33kg
Mfr #
MB MP-BP-50BB
SKU
MBPBP50BK

Manfrotto MB MP-BP-20BB Reviews

Reviewed by 2 customers

 
4.0

Compact & competent, but not perfect

By

from Colorado Springs, CO  -  Photo Enthusiast

Good backpack with a nice size for an "extended basics" set of gear. Holds a D800 (no grip) with a full-size Tamron 70-200mm attached, plus a Sigma 35mm Art, a Nikon 50mm, a flash, the wadded up rain shield, and some small odds & ends like chargers, filters, etc. The padding is very nice - thick with good quality materials - and easily configurable to fit a variety of stuff. The front part of the bag is kind of armored with a semi-rigid plate built into the front flap, so the protection is pretty strong. No wasted space on this bag, which was a strong selling point. The upper part of the top flap unzips to allow access to the camera from the top of the bag without having to unstrap and unzip the whole front, so you can grab the camera and shoot easily. A couple of drawbacks, based on my usage. First is that the D800 barely fits top-to-bottom with a tripod plate installed, such that the top flap has to be leaned on a bit to get the zipper to go. Second is that the straps are not very comfortable for anything more than about an hour.

 
4.0

Great bag

By

from Boise, Idaho  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I have two bodies and 7 lenses plus flashes, filters, etc. While I rarely need all those things every time out I needed a backpack that could carry a lot and the Manfrotto Pro 50 is a great bag. It has lots of room. The zippers are a little tough to use around the top. Some of that might be how new the bag is. I am still figuring out the best way to attach a tripod. Overall though a super bag.

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