Zecti Camera Backpack Waterproof Canvas DSLR Camera Bag (New Version) For 1 DSLR 4xLens Laptop and Other Digital Camera Accessories with Rain Cover-Green
- Removable pad divider in the camera bag provide flexible and large capacity for all your necessities for outdoor photography ( 1XDSLR, 4xlens, Laptop<14 inch, daily trivals, and etc.)
- It is flexible to convert the dslr bag into leisure travel bag by just taking out the liner box to storing your various daily objects such as clothes, cellphones, snacks and other daily necessities
- With the high-density waterproof canvas rucksack which comes with a rain cover, you will never worry about rains , damages, dust and scratches on your photography equipment.
- Two separate compartment of the bag are designed for holding your different photography equipment: bottom space for your camera and lens. The top liner box for various accessories such as filters, batteries, charger, memory cards, cables, flashes and etc.
- Outer Size: 12.2*7.5*16.1inch, The Liner Size: 10.6*7.5*16.1 inch. What's more, you can get our worry-free 12-month warranty from the date of purchase, and 24 hours friendly customer service
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Main material: Canvas
Type: DSLR Backpack
Item total weight:1.7kg/ 3.74Lbs Gender for : Men & Women
Capacity: 1 * DSLR + 4 * Lens + camera accessories +bottle+laptop+tripod etc.
External Bag size: Approx. 41 * 19 * 31cm
Top Compartment: Approx. 26 * 17 * 14cm
Camera Compartment: Approx 29*40*15cm
1 * Camera Bag
1 * Rain Cover
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The first two are from LowPro.
The first one is like a tank, great for Motorcycling. Super sturdy but heavy like a 4 year old boy.
The second is super light weight, ideal for extreme long walks or island hopping, when every ounce counts. Sadly hardly any protection for my gear.
That's where the Zecti comes in. It's the perfect balance between the two.
Light weight but I feel as if my gear is well protected.
Love the added safety of the access to the camera gear from the back.
Has enough room for essentials. (Incl. tripod)
Very versatile, some room left for clothes.
Very comfortable on the shoulders.
Not really a beauty. (Every balanced review has to have at least one point on the "Con's")
This is my go to bag at this time. I am extremely happy with my purchase.
If I would be allowed to keep only one camera backpack, this would be the one.
The Bag is made from a Nice textured material which is water resistant, and the Bag does a pretty good job in maintaining it’s shape both when it’s empty as well as when it’s full. On the back of the bag, The material used is soft and allows ventilation to your back, Both the shoulder straps are nice and wide, with a similar soft material underneath them.
On both sides of the bag there are two pockets, one of which holds a protective cover that will protect the bag from rain or sand, depending on the type of environment you are visiting.
On the bottom of the bag, it has nice rubber feet. That will protect the bag from scratches and dust, while using it in rough terrains.
Moving onto the camera compartment of this bag, which is located on the back and can only be accessed by the user after removing it from their back. In my opinion this provides an extra layer of security, as no one other than you can access your gear while carrying.
In the back compartment, there are several velcro separators, that you can use to modify the space according to your needs.
Also the Camera compartment can be taken out to use the Bag a regular travel bag or can be used by students for college , as a sleek looking bag to carry everyday essentials.
Something that I personally didn’t like about this bag is that, it is a little hard to access your gear while on the go, Let’s say if you are constantly taking photos and accessing your bag to switch lenses, then this won’t be the best choice for you.
I love how the compartment that holds the camera and lenses can be independently pulled out of the backpack and carried if necessary. You can only access the camera compartment by removing the backpack off your shoulders in order to unzip the flap. Great security feature!
There are straps to hold the tripod at the bottom of the bag.
This backpack feels expensive and perfectly executes the look of a backpack that can be used daily about town, school, or work.
After using the backpack over several months, I knocked it down to 2 stars. Two reasons....first one is that the bag although very sturdy is also very heavy. Especially when it is filled with equipment. The second reason and the most troublesome are the straps that hold the tripod. They are awful, poorly designed and virtually useless. The straps kept loosening during my hikes and walks. I almost lost my expensive tripod during a climb. The tripod straps are located on the bottom of the bag and having tripod on the bottom is very uncomfortable and also dangerous due to the weight shifting since there is no way to securely strap the tripod. If you do not carry a tripod and you’re ok with a heavy bag then this backpack is ok. Otherwise, there are better camera backpacks out there. I am currently searching for a replacement.
Ok so, have not tested waterproofing beside what I did at home the first day I had the bag. The backpack was very handy in Costa Rica where I tookmy A7III with extended grip (not battery grip) and my Sigma ART 35mm 1.4 and Sigma contemporary 100-400 with Metabones V. The camera fits in the camera compartment with the 35mm attached to it but not with the 100-400. Also, woth this combination of lenses, a battery grip would not fit. However, the camera fits in the top compartment even when fitted woth the 100-400 so, although less protected, this bag can be used for that as well.
I also like that it has a strap in the back that fits the handle of my carry on making it super easy to move around with.
I like this backpack. It looks like a normal backpack instead of a camera bag, which is hopefully enough to not get mugged traveling to Costa Rica.
I like that the backpack’s camera compartment opens from the side that faces my back which should make it impossible for thieves to steal my equipment while I am carrying my backpack on my back.
The camera compartment has a padded insert woth drawstring that should keep dust out of my gear and add extra protection from water (hopefully). Also, that insert, which is basically a bag that can be removed and placed in again very quickly. That mens I can take that bag out with me and leave the backpack somewhere else.
I have a Sigma 100-400 C with Metabones attached and an A7III camera with the Meike metal grip that extends the grip by only less than an inch (with my battery grip the this setup won’t fit) with a Sigma 35mm 1.4 Art. And a blower. It all fits.
If you are not in places where your gear could be stolen, you can place the camera in the top vompartment accessible from the too zipper (easy to steal) which makes it also very easy to quickly store or equip your canera.
Overall, I thinking am gonna like this backpack a lot.
However, as soon as I got the bag, I poured a glas of water on it. I was amazed at the pretty display of water sliding right off the surface of this backpack. He canvas was dry. Then I checked the inside of a pocket which is closed by a zipper: completely wet. The zippers let water through. So, this backpack is not waterprof, per se. It does come with a liner that you can stretch over the bag and that should make it waterpfoof, however, the bag itself it is not waterproof as described.
Bear in mind that even if water seems to get in the zippers, the pockets are lined with what seems to be waterproof lining. So, in reality, even without the waterproof liner stretched over your backpack, I seriously doubt your camera gear would get wet (as long as it is in the camera compartment) because there are so many layers of water resistand marerial. But...you passport, Iphone, cash, herpes cream, will all be soaked wet.
Hope it helps. That’s all for now.
This bag works great if you have a mirrorless kit but you might find it a little restrictive for DSLRs. My Fujifilm xh1, 16-55mm and 50-140mm all fit snug although it maybe a little tight with a grip. My d800 with a grip definitely didn’t fit without removing the grip. Aside from that, it’s perfect. The material and build quality is very good so looking forward to testing the durability of this bag.
The top compartment is great too. It’s a nice amount of space. Could fit a sweater or a bunch of random stuff. I love it.
It looks good too. It’s nice enough to wear in the city if you’re doing some tourist stuff and want your camera, but also rugged enough to bring to the redwood forest and go hiking in the misty woods. Good stuff.