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Tamrac 3380 Aero 80 Photo & Laptop Backpack, Fits most 17" Notebooks - Noir
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the Aero 80 is a sleek and lightweight designed for the photographer backpack with a digital SLR SLR grip and 4 lens attached ", a couple of a additional lenses, flash and accessories and a 17" screen laptop. completely foam-padded the lower compartment protects camera equipment, while the large top compartment holds a light lunch jacket, or other necessary personal items. Inside the top three mesh pockets and laptop AC adaptors keep cords organized.
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The main reason I chose this product was that it would be able to accommodate my DSLR with standard zoom lens, two spare lenses (including one 300mm telephoto) a small video camera (with five tapes), spare batteries and filters, power cables etc., and my laptop as well as providing some space for other items such as sweaters, papers etc.
It certainly has the capacity I needed and the lower section of the backpack that accommodates all the camera gear is easy to access, easy to organise and generally very well designed. The only complaint I have is that the upper section of the rucksack is quite difficult to access - not so bad that it's unusable, but I did end up simply stuffing things in there because the design of the opening is such that the flap doesn't really fold down. I managed to fit in a down vest, a flashlight, a couple of energy bars, some papers and my sunglasses but I had to pretty much empty the whole compartment to find anything I wanted. The laptop sleeve, on the other hand, provides plenty of space and you can store papers, magazines etc in there along with the laptop (as long as you can stand the extra weight!) The two side pockets are perfect for water/soda bottles, too, which is good because you wouldn't be able to get at them in the main compartment!
I didn't use it in the rain, so I have no idea whether its weatherproofing works. It certainly looks like it should, but the rubber strips on the laptop sleeve zip do make opening and closing that compartment a little fiddly. None of these issues would prevent me recommending this backpack though, as it really does do everything I wanted it to do. I didn't hike with it for any distance but it certainly performed well being thrown in and out of trucks and buses and seemed to provide excellent protection for my gear in some pretty uncomfortable environments.
One other note - if you're a bit of a contortionist, you can access your camera without removing the backpack. It's probably not advisable unless you're sure the rest of your gear won't come tumbling out when you open the flap but it does add a little extra functionality that you might need.
You can access your lenses and camera easily, even though I typically keep my camera out and ready (you never know what you might miss!), but when I have put it away, or needed to change lenses, I can easily access that compartment.
All around this is a great backpack. Its super convenient for travel photography, or if you just want to carry multiple lenses and your laptop and chargers, this is a great bag. The only con I can think of is the bag is somewhat large and cumbersome, but I didn't feel it was so much of a negative that it warranted demoted to 4 stars. I still LOVE this bag!
Ok first the bad.
The bag is a heck of a lot smaller than I expected and cannot hold my EOS 30D with 70-200 F4/L lens attached. This is not a huge deal since I normally mount an old 28-70 F/2.8L, but still, sometimes it would be nice to just whip out my camera with the longer lens attached.
Now the good.
The bag is good looking. It is sturdy as ever, and I manage to fit two flash guns, three lenses (albeit the 70-200 does not go in the camera section with the rest of the kit and gets bunged in the main bag with the flash guns) Two camera bodies (30D and 20D), a Macbook 13" laptop, charger, mouse, headphones, cables, and granola bars and the shoulder straps, and top handle don't ever feel like they are going to give way under the weight.
Additionally this is a great bag for travelling and fits very easily in front of you under the seat or in an overhead compartment. For my purposes this was more important than having the extra space for more kit and having to worry about whether I have to check in my camera kit.
So if you are looking at this bag, be aware that there are better, more spacious bags available, but ensure that if you travel a lot, they will not impede you from overhead compartments on the airlines you tend to use.
I found this bag to be just right for day hikes or even weekend excursion. I'm not a big person so much bigger than this would be a chore to lug around. It's a nice compromise.