Kata KT DR-467

Kata KT DR-467 is camera bag to carry up to two digital SLR cameras, with one mounted lens, 2-3 additional lenses, flash, accessories, laptop computer with a screen up to 17″, and personal gear. The bag features rain cover, TST Rib, laptop compartment, insertrolley compatible, modi-vers compatible. The Kata KT DR-467 has exterior size 13.3 x 8.26 x 17.7″ (34 x 21 x 45cm) (LxWxH), interior size 12.99 x 5.9 x 7.48″ (33 x 15 x 19cm) (LxWxH), and weighs 3.14 lbs (1.42kg).

Overall Rating: ★★★★★ | Latest Price Info

User Opinions

Kata KT DR-467 User Reviews

Even stuffed – Fits under the airline seat in front of you
“Bottom portion is great for carrying multiple camera options. I usually carry a Nikon D60 in middle portion without a lens attached and then lay my Sony DSC-W55 in a lowepro camera case on top of that. On one side I carry the chargers for both cameras and the 18-55mm lens that came w/ the camera. The other side put in a 55-200mm Nikon lens and lay on top of it the rain cover that comes w/ the bag. Like other people have mentioned, the bottom is totally configurable with dividers that velcro in and out (strong velcro by the way) and the bright yellow interior was genius as you can see all you black electronic stuff in there. “ – By Amazon Fan
Rating: ★★★★★

Great Quality
“Very nice build quality. Comfortable and well thought out for hiking. The yellow color of the interior makes it easy to find gear. The equipment compartment is well padded and should allow your gear great protection. In addition the computer compartment can handle just about any laptop except the 17″ screen monsters. Plenty of room in the top compartment for lunch or any other extras you can think of and it has 3 external compartments with zipper covers for added moisture protection. “ – By Chris Aschenbrener
Rating: ★★★★☆

Great everyday Camera Bag
“I have had this bag for 3 weeks, and have taken it with me everyday to carry my d90 nikon , sb600 flash, etc.
What I like most about the bag is the large open space above, great space. Very well built. Love it and very highly recommend it.”
– By Joseph Anderson
Rating: ★★★★★

Great bag for small cameras
“I use it to carry the D200 with grip (no lens attached), 50mm, 18-55mm, 55-200mm all in the bottom padded compartment. A 15″ Macbook Pro fits in the laptop sleeve. Laptop charger, card reader, memory cards, batteries and charger, on camera flash diffuser, cords, business cards, and pens fit into the top and small front pockets. With that in it, the bag is pretty much full. Leaving only enough room for a nylon rain jacket. It works good for travel. “ – By Steven Bagley
Rating: ★★★★☆

Great bag, big space, well built
“I bought this bag and I’m very happy. Has very intuitive design, good materials quality and impresive space although sometimes seems too big but nothing to be worried. It can hold a 17″ laptop and all my lenses, flash, batteries and some extra space for snacks and a small bloc for notes. I have another KATA BAG Kata Ergo-Tech Series Prism U Personal Gear Backpack for Digital Camera and 12 Inch Laptop Computer which is an amazing bag for the city (impressive looks too) but too delicate for traveling or hiking. But this rucksack KT DR-476 is the one, is very resistant to handling and rough use. “ – By Raed Gindeya
Rating: ★★★★★

Best camera backpack out there
“At $80, I wouldn’t trade this backpack for any backpacks I’ve seen under $200. I carry my Nikon D90 with a lens on it, and two additional lenses. The D90 with the Nikon 55mm-200mm VR lens still fits in the case fine. When on vacation, I also carried my Macbook Pro, charger, and camera accessories including two filter cases, two lenses (Nikon 16-85mm VR and Nikon 50mm/f1.8), remote, etc. I also had a couple books inside and a Manfrotto 725B tripod hanging off the side comfortably. It’s amazing how versatile, attractive, and cheap this backpack is. I’ve had it for a few months now and haven’t had second thoughts about it at all. I love my Kata backpack. “ – By R. Haque
Rating: ★★★★★

One Awesome Bag
“This sucker holds a LOT! I have 5 lenses and a body with battery pack in the main compartment. In the upper I carry a blower, diffuser, flash, cleaning cloths, Lantern Guide, tripod plates, velcro straps, an LED light, the rain cover, and a black drape cloth. In the front middle I have my lens filters (two sets of 6). Left side my spare AA batteries (8), right side my remote and spare memory card. In the laptop area I either have my MacBookPro or a photo magazine/book. The straps on either side are more than capable of holding a tripod. With all that its still comfortable on the shoulders and the air circulation across the back is excellent. The handles and straps all seem very well made and sturdy.” – By ksuwildkat
Rating: ★★★★★

Best Bag Out There
“I tried 6 or 7 bags (Lowepro, Tamrac, etc.) before FINALLY finding one that gave me everything I wanted. I travel extensively and wanted a bag that didn’t scream EXPENSIVE CAMERA BAG! The Kata is perfect for that. It looks like an ordinary backpack – not a camera bag. I can fit my D300, a 10-24mm and a 55-80mm in the bottom and supplies, snacks, etc. in the top (or even a small change of clothes). Alternatively, I’ve also been able to easily fit my D700 with the 70-200mm attached in the bottom and my D300 with 10-24mm in the top (inside it’s own case). I regularly use two cameras – one with a wide angle and one with zoom and i wanted a bag that could allow me to quickly remove either camera with the lens already attached. This bag works for that.” – By C. Avante
Rating: ★★★★★

Excellent Camera Backpack at a great Price
“I would recommend this to the casual vacation traveler that is sporting a D5000 or D90 type body, would give you more options in putting in the body with a lens mounted (I’m guessing, since I don’t have either; but I could see a D90+18-105 mounted plus a couple of zooms/primes easily stowing away). Great bag, excellent construction, VERY well protected, and offers immense organizational possibilities for the nit-picky traveler who is willing to not have a LARGE lens mounted on a semi-pro/pro body (D200/D300/D700 or D3) and NEEDS to have a laptop with accessories all in one bag.” – By S. S. Malhotra
Rating: ★★★★★

Expert Reviews

Kata KT DR-467 Expert Reviews

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Features & Specifications

Kata KT DR-467 Features & Specifications

The DR-467 Digital Rucksack features a unique TST RIB structural protection for two D/SLR with mounted lens, 3-4 lenses, flash etc. + personal gear and a laptop. By removing the padded bottom camera insert you can easily convert this rucksack from a camera bag to a daypack when not shooting.

The main compartment holds a D/SLR in top grip position while the modular dividers system will separate, organize and protect lenses, flashes and other accessories to suit your particular needs.
The dedicated padded laptop compartment will hold and protect up to a 15″ laptop.

The large top compartment will hold personal gear or additional equipment, and the internal pockets and mp3 player pouch will allow you to organize your personal effects as efficiently as your photographic gear.

Ample external pockets allow quick zippered access to supplies and a water bottle/ tripod support pocket pulls out from a side pocket. Included 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 carrying, a chest belt and balancing waist strap are available for ultimate comfort, and the rucksack is also compatible with the Kata Insertrolley if wheel along transportation is needed.

See also: Accessories | Camera Bags

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