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Hama Daytour 180 Camera BackPack
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- Sturdy and spacious camera backpack for digital SLR camera with lens, 8 additional lenses/flash and further accessories
- Provides quick access due to two-way zip
- Flexible interior layout due to hook-and-loop fastenings - photo equipment/personal affects can be stored inside backpack
- Equipping from the back (protected against theft) with two large, elastic side compartments (1x with bottle-holder), mesh compartment inside and three inner compartments
- Padded adjustible chest/shoulder straps, hip belt, back and handle for comfortable carrying, with loop for attaching tripod etc.
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The build quality of the bag is second to none and is very comfy to wear even when full, the adjustable straps on the shoulders and the waist strap makes adjusting the bags positioning easy. I have been using it now for over 2 years and have nothing negative to say about it. The moveable dividers on the inside of the bag are very handy as they are completely customisable and they are very sturdy. I have move them around numerous times and havent had an issue with them at all.
For anyone ranging from hobbyist to professional photographers I would recommend the bag to anyone as it provides a number of different storage options as well as plenty of additional storage even when using the whole bag for camera equipment.
This bag is well made, the padding is superb and in all the right places and the compartments can be designed exactly as you would like.
You can configure this bag for just one camera body in a compartment, or if you have more than one body, then Two...
My only reservation would be the long term strength of the zips, they don't look that robust, but saying that I have had no problems with them at all, I suppose only time will tell...
However if you are looking for a camera bag that doesn't scream "I'm a camera bag" then this is a good bag to start with...
Its now 2015 and my reservations about the long term strength of the Zips so far, are no longer a concern, they are still holding strong and the bag is just great...
For anyone reading this and are still unsure about anything, then please watch this by Hama ... https://youtu.be/cQwoZGbne18
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My only criticism is that it will not manage a full size tripod - small travel tripods will connect to the outside with no problem but the bag isn't large enough for a ful size one.
I like the top opening because I can remove my camera (with lens fitted without having to lay the bag down and open it the whole way. The lower compartment is large but as I don't carry lens in the bottom I don't need to side opening.
Overall I am really pleased with the bag.
This bag arrived via DPD delivery which was a great service and included an email and text to give me a one hour window for the delivery time (which was spot on). Very good delivery!
The bag is a beauty, the dividers inside are far better than I am used to, it looks good, is far better made than any bag I have ever owned and sits on my back very comfortably when fully loaded. There are lots of little places to store items such as batteries, memory cards etc and there's even a good quality lens cleaning cloth included free of charge in one pocket marked specifically for cloths. I thought that was a nice freebie...
The bag is tough and I expect it to last for a lot of years.
There is one thing to consider before you buy (and this probably applies to most other bags too) and that's the dimensions quoted on the listing. There's nothing wrong with them but they suggest the bag is quite deep and I assumed large bulky items could be stood on end to save space rather than lying them flat. I even sat with a bit of paper and knowing the dimensions of my gear came up with a layout that would allow me to use the main top compartment soley for equipment and the bottom compartment for a plastic rainproof coat or food etc. When the bag arrived I quickly realised the top of the bag is curved and it's only the maximum depth right bang in the centre of the compartment and as you move towards the edges of it, it becomes more and more shallow. I knew as soon as I looked at it that I would not be able to fit in my gear as I originally hoped. Since I want to carry a Canon 5D II and a Sony A7RII, I need my glass to fit in well too but since it's all bulky stuff (Canon 70-200 f2.8, Canon 24-70 f2.8, Canon 85 f1.2 and a Sony Zeiss 55 f1.8) it wouldn't fit regardless of the number of times I tried rearranging it. That means the bottom compartment that I wanted free for other things is now occupied with a camera body and a lens attached and I have therefore run out of space. It is true that if I only carry one body at one time I can get the whole lot into the top compartment but not with both cameras AND my main lenses. I suggest you bear that in mind when trying to assess if the bag is big enough for your needs. As I said, I suspect many other bags will suffer the same problem, being curved rather than "square", reducing the total storage area available.
I do believe, however, that it will suffice providing I don't try to carry everything including the kitchen sink, it is a beautiful bag and sits very comfortably on my back. Now that I have it, if I had to reconsiderit's purchase, I would still buy it as it's a cracking bag and it's so cheap compared to other competitors' products.
All in all a great bag and excellent value.
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