Big Wheels Rolling Photo Backpacks
The Big Wheels Rolling Photo Backpacks, Models 697 and 698, combine the advantages of a wheeled camera bag and a photographer's backpack in a unique, highly protective camera case. Designed for photographers who must carry a lot of equipment in diverse situations, the Big Wheels Rolling Photo Backpacks have oversized, ball-bearing wheels and telescoping handles for easy travel, but when a flight of stairs is encountered, they quickly convert to a backpack via the hidden Tuck- A-Way backpack harness. The front pocket of each is foam padded to hold a notebook computer, accessories or files. Our QuickClip tripod attachment system holds professional-sized tripods balanced and centered when not in use.
Model 697 is large enough for most photo situations and will hold a digital SLR with large telephoto lens attached and a very broad selection of equipment. Based on Model 698 but smaller, this backpack is fully foam padded and constructed of PowerGrid. CorduraR. It also has numerous internal dividers to customize the bag to any combination of digital, 35mm or medium format cameras and a large assortment of lenses. The front pocket is foam padded for a 15.6"h laptop like Apple'fs 15"h MacBook Pro or others as large as 15"h x 10.75"h x 2"h, or accessories and files. Internal Windowpane-Mesh. pockets help organize filters, cleaning materials and other small items. Model 697 is M.A.S.. and S.A.S.. compatible and utilizes our QuickClip. tripod attachment system to carry most professional tripods.
The Tamrac #697 is commonly used for Transporting gear and more.
Reviewed by 4 customers
Very good bag, and made in USA.
Well... it worths. It is flexible - we may configure as you want and need. It fits two bodies, one mounted with a heavy and long lenses. As I have a smaller backpack as well, with 3 fantastic external pockets, same brand, I feel missing a spot for cleaning stuff, puff, windex, etc. It does also lacks on pockets for cell phones. I got an external accessory - which does the work, but it is not the same.
I use the bag to move equipment from one central location to another. I then take out and use particular gear for a particular outing. As matters turn out, I think I should have purchased the larger model--the 698. The 697, however, is just as represented--except that I might have hoped for larger wheels.
I have a bad back and the 697 affords versatility when needed. I primarily pull my equipment but when needed you can carry your equipment. The long handle makes pulling the 697 very easy especially for us tall folks.