2 thoughts on “AmazonBasics DSLR and computer Backpack – Orange interior

  1. Kevin
    105 of 108 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    “was” great for 2 months.., January 17, 2015
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    Kevin

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    This review is from: AmazonBasics DSLR and Laptop Backpack – Orange interior (Camera)
    I “was” loving this bag.. until it started to fall apart in different areas. I’ve been using it everyday for about 2 months. I typically walk about 2 miles everyday to work and back home – maybe that was too much stress.. It does a great job of fitting my 15″ mac book, camera, lenses and some other odds and ends – again, i was loving it. It holds everything well and its pretty comfortable to wear. Unfortunately, the stitching just started to come apart along the top and also along the shoulder straps – I imagine it will continue to unravel which looks shoddy, ultimately its going to fall apart and be useless. I’m not sure what else I can do but write this review – its an Amazon product so maybe they will remedy? I ordered it on Nov 11 2014, its mid January 2015 now. I had hoped this bag would last longer than a couple months.

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  2. 2WheelTraveler
    131 of 137 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Bulky but well-designed, November 7, 2013
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    2WheelTraveler (Central Oregon, United States) –
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    Customer Video Review Length:: 1:48 Mins

    The video is a demo showing all compartments and features of the pack. There is no audio.

    Review: If you’re looking for a small day-pack for your dslr and one extra lens, this isn’t it. If you like carrying every lens in your arsenal and maybe the kitchen sink on occasion, this backpack will easily do it, keeping everything safe and being as comfortable as a bag full of expensive and relatively heavy camera gear can be.

    I’m a tough customer when it comes to bags. I don’t want one big compartment where everything ends up in a jumble at the bottom, but I also hate bags that have so many nooks and crannies that I’m constantly forgetting what the heck I’ve brought with me. This bag does a good job of keeping things in place, but it’s also pretty easy to remember where it’s all stored since it’s made up of one main compartment, a laptop sleeve in the back, an accessory section in the front, and two small side pockets.

    The only downside I see with this pack is that when I’m not wanting to carry everything, there’s no way to completely remove some of the compartments so the bag is less obtrusive. It would be nice to have a way to shrink down it’s Quasimodo-ish dimensions. The depth is especially problematic when moving in crowded areas or using public transportation.

    It is extremely comfortable for all-day use, the padding is located properly and fits both myself and my husband, who is a head taller and quite a bit thinner than me.

    If an extra-large camera bag is what you need, then this one definitely fits the bill, but I think for most users who carry a single camera body and a few lenses, the massive size will keep you from taking it with you everywhere.

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