Kata HB-207 GDC Hiker Backpack

Kata HB-207 GDC Hiker Backpack is camera bag to accommodate either 2-3 digital or film SLR camera bodies with up to eight assorted lenses (up to 400 mm f 2.8) or a DV camcorder; both with accessories. The bag features the Modi-Vers System allows you to create compartments that meet your requirements, TST (Thermo-Shield-Technology) protects the digital equipment while creating an extremely light product, Laptop Compartment, Tripod Holder, Camera Straps, Two soft TST open pockets for water bottles, small tripod etc. The Kata HB-207 GDC Hiker Backpack has exterior size 15.3 x 11.8 x 25.2″ (39 x 30 x 64cm) (LxWxH), interior size/Main compartment: 11.8 x 7 x 22.4″ (30 x 18 x 57cm) (LxHxW) , and weighs 6.1 lbs (2.8kg).

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Overall Rating: ★★★★½

Features & Specifications

Kata HB-207 GDC Hiker Backpack Features & Specifications

The Kata HB-207 Hiker Backpack is designed to accommodate either 2-3 digital or film SLR camera bodies with up to eight assorted lenses (up to 400 mm f 2.8) or a DV camcorder; both with accessories. A separately accessed top compartment will hold your working camera with lens installed for quick removal, or a variety of accessories. Large rear laptop compartment, two soft TST open pockets for water bottles, small tripod etc., and an assortment of pockets all work together to provide a carrying and protecting solution for outdoor photographers.

The HB-207 has TST protection safeguards for the camera compartment and the bottom of the case while keeping it light. The case is set up with Modi-Vers modular dividers, and additional Modi-Vers dividers kits are available. A tripod can be carried while attached to the backpack by using the included tripod holder either on the front or the side of the backpack. The Omega advanced harness system is designed to allow for ultimate adjustment of all features; shoulder straps, 6 point adjustable hip belt, and lumbar pad, ensuring the perfect ergonomic fit for each individual carrier. When not in use, the harness can be neatly folded out of the way to allow for easy storage and to allow the addition of the optional DTS Insertrolley.

Features:
* Padded nylon backpack for photo or video camera outfit

* The Modi-Vers System allows you to create compartments that meet your requirements. The divider can be cut with scissors to any desired size. You can attach the newly cut divider to another divider or the walls of the bag with a special Velcro connector.

* TST (Thermo-Shield-Technology) protects the digital equipment while creating an extremely light product. The outer surface of the TST is thermo-formed in a protective “riibshape” construction. It is a double cord, water and dust proof, high tenacity and abrasion-resistance fabric. Underneath is a cross-linked, closed cell PE+EVA shield that provides insulation from cold, heat and moisture as well protection from impact and shock.

* Omega advanced harness system is designed to allow for ultimate adjustment of all features; shoulder straps, 6 point adjustable waist belt, and lumbar pad, ensuring the perfect ergonomic fit for each individual carrier; when not in use, the harness can be neatly folded out of the way to allow for easy storage.

* Separately accessed top compartment will hold your working SLR camera with lens or a DV camcorder for quick removal.

* Large rear laptop compartment

* Two soft TST open pockets for water bottles, small tripod etc.

* A tripod can be carried while attached to the backpack by using the included tripod holder either on the front or the side of the backpack.

Carrying options
* Omega concealment system backpack straps
* Injected grip handle
* Hip belt
* Optional DTS Insertrolley

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Manual

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