Tamrac 767 Photo Trail Backpack

Tamrac 767 Photo Trail Backpack is camera bag to holds an SLR with up to an 11″ lens attached, 3-4 additional lenses, flashes and accessories. The bag features Windowpane-Mesh pockets on the inside of the front panel are perfect for filters and small accessories, while a large front pocket is perfect for bulky accessories includes the harness straps and contoured and thickly foam padded to provide all-day carrying comfort and feature Tamrac’s Strap Accessory System attachment slots for attaching optional S.A.S. accessories with LockDown Rain Flaps tightly cinch down over the main compartment zipper to provide an extremely weather-resistant barrier completed with QuickClip tripod attachment system holds a professional tripod centered and balanced on the front of the pack. The Tamrac 767 Photo Trail Backpack has Internal Dimensions: 10¾ W x 6 D x 13½ H/27 x 15 x 34 cm, External Dimensions: 12 W x 10⅞ D x 15½ H/30 x 28 x 39 cm, and weight 5 lbs. 4 oz.(2377 g).

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Features & Specifications

Tamrac 767 Photo Trail Backpack Features & Specifications

Model 767 is a compact Extreme Series Backpack that will hold cameras with attached lenses up to 11″ long, making it excellent for wildlife and action sports photography, yet it is not too big for everyday multi-purpose use. The main compartment is filled with adjustable foam-padded compartments, that will hold a multitude of lenses and equipment. Windowpane-Mesh™ pockets on the inside of the front panel are perfect for filters and small accessories.

The harness straps and hip belt are contoured and thickly foam padded to allow long-distance treks with a bag full of heavy equipment, and harness straps have “D” ring attachments to add our accessory backpack camera straps (N-11). An adjustable sternum strap assists in assuring a comfortable fit. The entire backpack harness and hip belt can be stored in the zipper-closing back panel, allowing the pack to be carried by the top or side handles like luggage or with an accessory shoulder strap like a camera bag.

The QuickClip™ tripod attachment system holds a professional tripod secure, balanced and ready. Attachment slots for a full range of our optional Modular Accessory System™ products, from padded side pockets to water bottles, let you create a custom pack to meet your specific needs. A light rain jacket and other bulky accessories can be stuffed in a large pocket on the front of the pack while an outer mesh pocket provides quick access to smaller items. Lash tabs on the bottom and sides of the pack allow you to tie on extra equipment.

The 767 is our smallest “full sized” backpack yet it is feature rich and perfect for those who do not want to carry the larger packs.

Features:
a. Modular Accessory System™ attachment slots.
b. Lash Tabs to tie on expedition equipment or extra clothing.
c. Fully padded with thick, closed-cell foam.
d. Compression Strap for backup protection to the main compartment.
e. Windowpane-Mesh™ pockets for filters and other accessories.
f. Foam pillars support camera with long lens attached.
g. Adjustable, foam-padded dividers for custom fit of equipment.
h. Foam-padded ABS plastic in vertical dividers for maximum support.
i. Velcro® support strap.
J. LockDown™ Rain Flap.

Tamrac 767 Photo Trail Backpack

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