Designed for Digital. CompuDaypack - The backpack's unique triple compartment design makes organizing equipment and personal gear easy. Its roomy rear compartment safely stores and protects notebook computers (fits most 17 inches) and important business files, while the lower compartment can comfortably accommodate a digital SLR camera with attached lens (up to 105mm f/2.8), along with 2-3 additional lenses, flash units and other accessories.
A third compartment provides ample storage space for personal gear and digital accessories. In addition, the backpack offers a quick access pocket with headphone port to store an iPod or other digital audio device.
Lowepro's new CompuDaypack is the perfect way for students and photo enthusiasts to safely and conveniently transport all the necessary gear they need to capture and share life's moments wherever they go.
Three distinct compartments allow users to quickly organize their electronic and personal gear while the contemporary exterior lend style and individuality whether they're on a shoot or on the town.
CompuDaypack is designed for photographers who need a lightweight yet spacious backpack. Its triple compartment design neatly manages the key components of your digital photography experience. The CompuDaypack combines a feature-rich inside with the urban-styled exterior for one truly unique backpack.
Reviewed by 3 customers
I figured I'd take the risk of saving [$] and get the CompuDaypack over the Rover. For the most part it was a good move. The pack has held together for about a year of photojournalism. Meaning that it's getting lugged around 5-6 days a week and getting zipped, flung, stretched and everything else 5 times a day. I have been able to fit two pro bodies, a 17-35 2.8, an 80-200 2.8 a 14 2.8 a 1.4 tele and a flash unit along with a laptop and a power adapter. It's snug but it works. I've got a zipper going out on it and my 17-35 is putting serious hardship on the bottom of the pack, it's beginning to ring like a can of chew in the back pocket of a cowboy. Anyways, hope the review helps. I'd recommend the pack for about a year of professional use or it's GREAT for the avg. shooter.
I think that it's a great bag for the price. It snugly holds my 17" Compaq PC, 2 Nikon D80's bodies, one 28-200 AF-D & one 18-70 AF-DX series lens. I am also able to include my media cards, batteries, flash & other miscellaneous PC accessories. I wish that they had a similar model with wheels, All that gear makes my bag quite heavy.
So far I love this product. It easily fits both my 17' notebook, my digital SLR, along with several other compartments that easily hold a variety of other materials. I would recommend this product to anyone looking for a joint transportation system that is easily accessible.