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  • Description du produit: Sonstige - 17470
  • Type de produit: Sac à dos
  • Compatible: Pour Clik Elite Escape
  • Couleur: Gris
  • Garantie du fabricant: 2 ans
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Appareils compatiblesClik Elite Escape Gris
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Dimensions du produit (L x l x h)26,7 x 20,3 x 53,3 cm
Numéro du modèle de l'articleCE705GR
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Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr2 novembre 2012
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20 internautes sur 21 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Comparison of Clik Elite Escape and Clik Elite Pro Express 14 janvier 2014
Par Mike - Publié sur Amazon.com
Couleur: Gris Achat vérifié
I purchased both the Clik Elite Escape and Clik Elite Pro Express to compare them (and select the best pack for my needs).

Things they appear to have in common:

* Both bags are very well constructed, and I believe they are good values considering the prices of comparable packs.
* Both bags fit within domestic flight carry on restrictions.
* The frame of both packs appears essentially the same, as do the backpack and hip straps.
* Both bags have elastic sleeves on the sides for water bottles, small tripods, or monopods. While the pictures don't show the bungee straps on the Clik Elite Escape, they are there.
* Both bags have a tip out pocket to hold a larger tripod centered vertically along the back of the backpack.
* The internal storage compartments are effectively the same size (though they are divided up differently).
* Both bags have integral rain covers.

Some things unique to the Escape (or that might go unnoticed in the pictures):

* The camera compartment is somewhat more easily accessed than the Pro Express by unbuckling the top and then pulling a handle, which allows you to insert or remove your camera as if the backpack were a top loader.
* This top loading capability also changes the shape of the camera compartment just a bit, and while most people probably don't have large tripod mounting plates on their camera, the one I use does stick out about 3/8" behind the camera. This design is slightly more tolerant of that.
* The main compartment is slightly deeper on the Escape (only a tiny bit, but it's noticeable). In most cases this may not make a significant difference, but for some lenses might be the difference between putting them in upright or laying them flat.
* There are three attachment loops not visible just under the flap from the top compartment. These can be used to strap other things to the pack. The center loop might interfere with a tripod, but either of the other two loops could still be used for small items.
* Storage for accessories is available via either the top or back compartments, or in a small mesh pouch which is tucked into the bottom of the main compartment (and is good for things like chargers).
* If you use the small mesh pouch in the main compartment, then that does reduce the amount of space in the main compartment versus the Pro Express. It isn't enough to make a massive difference, but if you're cramming this full (hope you have a strong back) then it might be an issue.

Some things unique to the Pro Express:

* Overall, there's a bit more storage in the Pro Express. While the top compartment doesn't seem quite as roomy as the top compartment on the Escape, the laptop compartment and back zippered pocket are fairly sizable. That said, the storage in the Escape feels a bit more organized.
* The Pro Express has dedicated space for a laptop, while the Escape does not (if all you need is a tablet or a particularly small laptop, then you could probably fit one in the main compartment of the Escape).
* The back of the Pro Express has many hidden loops that can be used to strap something vertically along the center of the rear of the backpack. There's more of them than on the Escape and you can likely lash something down better to them, but they're not really useable if you are also carrying a tripod there.

The verdict (for me at least):

I ended up deciding to go with the Escape. I appreciate the top-loading camera access and more organized accessory storage. I also feel like it's slightly more versatile for day hikes. Originally I was a bit hesitant to sacrifice the laptop compartment, but realized I almost never take my laptop with when I'm out with the camera, and when I'm traveling I always have a separate bag for the laptop.

What I can comfortable fit in or on either of them:

* Nikon D7100 w/ 18-200 lens
* Sigma 50-150 F2.8
* Sigma 50 F1.4
* Sigma 17-50 F2.8
* Future space for a fisheye lens
* Future space for a teleconverter
* Nikon SB-600 speedlight
* A couple filters
* Spare battery and charger
* AA Ni-MH charger (for the flash) and spare AA batteries
* Spare memory card(s)
* Remote shutter release
* Cleaning kit
* Dust blower
* Lashing straps
* Tabletop tripod
* Tripod
* Bottle of water
* Monopod
7 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Balanced size and outlook, with quick access to your camera 21 avril 2012
Par BobbyLeung - Publié sur Amazon.com
Couleur: Noir Achat vérifié
Well, I have been searching for a camera backpack for quite sometime. Finally, I decided to try Clik Elite.
It's because the price is acceptable, and what I concern most is the outlook of backpack. Most of camera backpack have a high profile look, that everyone on the street will know you are having a large camera in your backpack.

While for Clik, it is more balanced, you'll feel it just like a backpack for outdoor activities. I like it's size and the possibility for fast assess your gear at the top. And, it can still hold a 70-200 f2.8 inside and a macbook air 11" at the backside pocket. thus, it is a good fit to my equipment.

You still have spare pocket for personal stuff, I'll try to use it for my coming trip.

It is more expensive than Lowepro, but, you just need a good one for many years. Thus, it's worth to pay a bit more.
5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Affordable hiking bag for outdoor photgraphers who are constantly on the move 28 décembre 2013
Par Dan H. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Couleur: Noir Achat vérifié
After much searching I decided on this pack for its versatility and low cost. I am a semi-pro photographer with multiple contracts with ski areas and a large chamber of commerce in NH. The majority of my shooting is outdoors with a focus on outdoor recreation. This bag needed to be appropriate for quick shoots while skiing, snowmobiling, ice climbing, hiking, paddling, etc.

Overall the bag works well for all these uses. I need to be able to grab the camera quickly out of the bag for quick shoots and then reversed to keep moving with my models. Although there are a number of steps to get the cam out of the bag I can remove it from my shoulders and be shooting in about 15 seconds. Once back in the bag and on my back again, I feel like the cam is secure and there is no way it can accidentally fall out like on my last side-load over-the-shoulder bag.

The storage pockets work pretty well although I wish there was more organized areas within the top and main pockets. The other pockets are pretty decent but offer minimal storage for small items.

This bag has water bottle holders on each side which I prefer to use over the water bladder pouch area. Where the bladder should go I store hand warmers or my IPad if I need it.

The tripod holder set-up works pretty well although the rear strap doesn't hold the tripod securely enough for active photographers. Fortunately there are 2 additional elastic side straps that can be used to pull the tripod in tight to the pack. Once this is done, the tripod becomes part of the bag which is essential in my case. The little pouch at the bottom of the bag to hold 2 legs of the tripod works well and folds back in when not in use.

The harness system works pretty well overall and is comfortable even with a ton of winter gear on. The zippers seem pretty durable so far and work well in frigid weather.

This bag may be too big for some no doubt as it is the size of a medium hiking bag. But if you like to have all your gear with you when you leave for an adventure it works well. Overall for the price this bag is excellent and I would recommend it to adventure photographers all day.
5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Good bag great price 16 août 2013
Par Tristan Arthur - Publié sur Amazon.com
Couleur: Gris Achat vérifié
All in all I really like this bag but I wouldn’t use it for a “walk around” bag in the city its more of a hiking pack. You can’t just pull your camera out at the drop of the hat like a quick draw type bag. It’s designed more for carrying your gear in the great out doors.

I have found this bag comfortable to carry. I’m 5’11” and find the strap widths and placement fits me well.
I think there is just enough space for all the non camera equipment that I like to have on hand.
I find the tripod strap is not high enough for a medium large (Manfrotto 055XPROB) tripod. So I criss-cross the two hood/lid straps around my tripod, this secures it very well, problem solved.
2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Compact and comfortable 2 juillet 2013
Par Alan K. Louie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Couleur: Gris Achat vérifié
Bought this to replace a lowepro nature trekker backpack primarily for the camelback holding capability. This bag has plenty of pockets along the top and the outside back portion for all the doodads you may be carrying. Inside is well padded and partitioned. I easily put a Nikon D3 (with L bracket) w/ 28-70 2.8 attached in the main pocket with a 70-200 2.8, and a 12-24 2.8 with room to spare.

There are only two minor negatives that I have with this bag
- I use a Gitzo basalt 4 section tripod which is large enough for me to have to mount it along the back. The strapping system that it has still forces me to remove the tripod ballhead (an arcatech which is pretty light) to prevent the tripod from loosening the somewhat low strap and going from vertical to horizontal while hiking. A higher strap would be useful

- There aren't that many external attachment points for other hiking items. I end up with a lot of things attached to single points and dangling otherwise on the bag itself. A few more attachment points (rings or slots) on the shoulder straps would be nice too.

Other than that, it's still a great daypack.
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