Tamrac 697 Big Wheels Rolling Backpack LP7

Tamrac 697 Big Wheels Rolling Backpack LP7 is camera bag to holds 2 SLR film or digital cameras, 6-8 lenses, flash, laptop computer and accessories. The bag features Front pocket is foam padded for a laptop with up to a 15-inch screen or accessories and files; internal Windowpane-Mesh pockets store small items like filters, cleaning materials, and other accessories completed with QuickClip tripod attachment system on the front of the pack allowas a professional-sized tripod to be carried centered and balanced. The Tamrac 697 Big Wheels Rolling Backpack LP7 has Internal Dimensions: 11¾ W x 6 D x 17 H/30 x 15 x 43 cm, External Dimensions: 12⅝ W x 10½ D x 22¼ H/32 x 27 x 57 cm, and weight 11 lbs. 5 oz. (5121 g).

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


User Opinions

Tamrac 697 Big Wheels Rolling Backpack LP7 User Reviews

Nice pack
“Nicely made convertible roller/backpack. Very solid. My 17 Mac book Pro fits perfectly in the laptop pouch. That was a surprised since the spec only says it will hold only a 15 laptop. I think it’s because the 17 Mac book Pro is only 1 thick. The pouch holding the shoulder straps is bulky, making the case much thicker.” – By Jack
Rating: ★★★★☆

great product
“I use it everyday to go on location shootings, and it carries everything I need. great wheels for poor New York sidewalks, that absorbs most of the shocks! I decided to remove all the backpack straps I did not need, which gave me an additional pocket to store my laptop cables.” – By dominique
Rating: ★★★★☆

Tamrac 697
“I purchased this item mainly for its rolling capability. I find that it is a very good quality constructed item and it will fit most of my needs. I did find that it is a shorter depth bag .Tamrac 697 Big Wheels Rolling Backpack LP7 (Black)and I can not fit my Canon 580 flash standing up. It also has less room than my other Tamrac back pack. I am very satisfied with this product and I would recommend it. “ – By Raul M. Estrada
Rating: ★★★★☆

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Features & Specifications

Tamrac 697 Big Wheels Rolling Backpack LP7 Features & Specifications

The Big Wheels Rolling Photo Backpack – LP7 is large enough for most photo situations and will hold a digital SLR with a large tele-photo lens attached and a very broad selection of equipment. Based on the Big Wheels Rolling Photo Backpack – LP8 (Model 698) but smaller, the Big Wheels Rolling Photo Backpack – LP7 is designed for those situations where our super-sized 698 is just not needed. As with the larger model, this backpack is fully foam padded and constructed of PowerGrid™ Cordura®.

It also has numerous internal dividers to customize the bag to any combination of digital, film and medium format cameras and a large assortment of lenses. The front pocket is foam padded for a 15″ screen laptop, such as Apple’s 15″ MacBook Pro or others up to 11.75″ x 2″ x 15.50″. Internal Windowpane-Mesh™ pockets help organize filters, cleaning materials and other small items. Model 697 is Modular Accessory System™ and S.A.S.™ compatible and utilizes our QuickClip™ tripod attachment system to carry most professional tripods.

Features:
a. Modular Accessory System™ attachment slots.
b. Lash Tabs to tie on expedition equipment or extra clothing.
d. Foam pillars support camera with long lens attached.
e. Large, ball-bearing, in-line skate wheels.
f. Strong foam-padded platform in bottom.
g. Windowpane-Mesh™ pockets for accessories.
h. Fully padded with thick, closed-cell foam.
i. Adjustable foam-padded dividers for custom fit of equipment.
j. Strong foam-padded plastic in vertical dividers for maximum support.
k. Velcro® Support Straps inside, secure equipment.

Tamrac 697 Big Wheels Rolling Backpack LP7


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