Kata KT DR-461 is camera bag for a digital SLR camera with mounted lenses, 2-3 additional lenses, flash and accessories. The bag features the provided rain cover will protect your valuable equipment during rainy and extremely dusty conditions with TST Rib provides discreetly structured protection, where it counts and also this bag is customizable through the use of the modi-vers divider system which compatible with the Kata EPH system which will allow you to connect additional bags for extra carrying possibilities. The Kata KT DR-461 has exterior size 11 x 6.5 x 12.2″ (28 x 16.5x 31cm) (LxWxH), interior size 10.4 x 4.3 x 11.8″ (26.5 x 11 x 30cm) (LxWxH), and weighs 1.7 lbs (786g).
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Kata KT DR-461 User Reviews
Great little bag
“A very nice compact bag that has plenty of space for short day trips. you can easily fit your camera body and several lenses or even two camera bodies with a lense for each. there is another compartment where you can fit other supplies that can be accessed from both the outside of the bag or from where you have the camera and lenses. Really well padded and put together. All around great small bag. Plus my fiance who the bag was for, thinks it’s cute.” – By Chris
Great for my D80 and 2 lenses
“I just got my first D-SLR a D80 w/ 18-55 and 55-200. This case holds the D80, both lenses, extra battery, charger, cables, manual, cleaning kit, lens hood, etc. It could easily hold an additional lense or flash.” – By Jason M
The best camera bag at this size
“I’ve looked for a camera bag this size with this quality for a long time. I can pack my D700, one large lens, 3 smaller lenses and a flash without a problem. The padding is very nice and has the same quality of the larger Kata bags.” – By L. F. Balbinot
Small bag fits it all
“Ok, so its not a small bag but its not that big. It fits my Canon xti with a 18-50 attached. i have a vivitar flash, 50mm, 70-300 and flash accessories in the main compartment. all snug but not to tight. fits fine. this is a good size bag. its comfortable on my back. sure it is a back pack so i have to take it off to change lenses or memory cards but thats ok. im really happy with this bag.” – By A. Gates
Nice little bag with lots of space
“I have a Nikon 200 with couple of lenses. I was looking for a small again big enough bag to carry my camera, 2 lenses, batter charger, my point and shoot for field or day trips. Initially I bought a Lowepro Slingshot 350AW. The bag was nice but it was too big for me. Also I did not quite like the slingshot style. Then I got another Lowepro 100. The bag was a little short for me. Finally I bought the Kata DR 461. This is a nice little bag but big enough for my needs. It shores your camera in the lower part of the bag unlike the lowepro version which store the camera in the upper section of the bag ( when you wear the bag) which I found to be very confident. It includes a rain fly which can be used in rains.” – By Silent Reviewer
Well built, excellent features
“This backpack comes with rain cover, configurable interior, dual access to the main pocket. It’s extremely well padded and has a nice outside pocket – fits a water bottle. It will fit a DSLR with an average size lens – possibly one extra lens depending how you configure the interior. This is my third Kata bag and I’m very satisfied with quality and features.” – By hadek
Best micro size bag ever seen
“I am not a fan of shoulder bags as they get in the way but having a small rucksack with the ability to store your camera with lens and hood attached, another average size lens, a 50mm prime lens, and a speed flash not to mention the extra carry space to a couple of filters and memory etc. is good enough to go around museums, concerts, the beach without carrying a motherload. The DR-461 is perhaps the only bag I will ever own. I still have a big rucksack in the closet but it is just sitting there. One added bonus is that there is a pocket outside the bag which you can put a bottle water or snacks with easy reach. Lately I have put a mini tripod in the pocket. Everything is micro, simple, and not a world of weight on your shoulders. Highly recommended.” – By KamikazeAce
“Exactly what I was expecting. Easily holds my D200, extended grip, standard zoom, telephoto zoom and prime in the main compartment. The smaller compartment holds all my cables, filters, wallet, phone, keys (or my eeePC). Plenty of loops to attach items externally. Straps are very comfortable.” – By J. Wass
Kata KT DR-461 Expert Reviews
Kata KT DR-461 Features & Specifications
The Kata DR-461 Digital Micro Rucksack (Black) features TST RIB structural protection for a digital SLR camera with mounted lenses, 2-3 additional lenses, flash and accessories; or it can provide the same protection for a compact camcorder with accessories such as chargers and cables plus personal gear. The compartment holds a digital SLR in top grip position while the modular dividers system will separate, organize and protect lenses, flashes and other accessories. Additional gear can be stored in the front pocket, which can be accessed either externally or internally.
The included yellow Elements Rain Cover folds neatly away into an integrated pocket and can be hung out to dry on the small buckle next to the handle, or tucked away for storage in one of the pockets. The bag is carried by a backpack harness, a chest belt and balancing waist strap.
* Digital rucksack/daypack made to carry a digital SLR camera with mounted lenses, 2-3 additional lenses, flash and additional accessories
* TST (Thermo Shield Technology) rib structure provides protective zones for the camera where it will most likely be impacted against shock, vibration and impact
* Main compartment holds a D-SLR camera in top grip position while the modular dividers system will separate, organize and protect lenses, flashes and other accessories
* Additional gear can be stored in the front pocket which can be accessed either externally or internally
* Yellow interior not only protects the equipment but helps in locating even the smallest accessories within the bag
* The included yellow Elements Rain Cover folds neatly away into an integrated pocket and can be hung out to dry on the small buckle next to the handle, or tucked away for storage in one of the pockets. When in the sun reverse the cover to prevent the equipment from overheating.
* Padded backpack straps
* Chest/sternum belt
* Balancing waist strap
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