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Sac à Dos pour Appareil Photo 30cm*16cm*42cm

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  • Fabricant : K&F Concept
  • Acheter K&F Concept sac à dos pour appareil photo 30cm*16cm*42cm en ligne, livraison gratuite et garantie de retour de 30 jours.
  • KF13.051
  • Disponibilité : Out Of Stock
  • 62.99
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Sac à Dos pour Appareil Photo 30cm*16cm*42cm
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  • • Le sac à dos accueille 2 appareils photo reflex numériques avec des objectifs fixés, tels que Canon 5D Mark III avec jusqu'à 70-200mm et 4-5 objectifs supplémentaires ou des flashs, 14 "ordinateur portable, 12" ipad, wacom, téléphone, trépied professionnel et accessoires.
  • • Dimension: 11.81*6.3*16.54"(30cm*16cm*42cm); Poids: 1.8kg.
  • • Matériau léger spécial de haute qualité, imperméable à l'eau, durable et résistant à la déchirure.
  • • Ceinture de protection amovible détachable. Design ventilé et antichoc vous permet de porter comfortablement vos appareils.
  • • Sangles pour porter trépied léger avec poche inférieure pour la double protection.
Couleur:Modele 2

Sac pour appareil photo de grande capacité KF13.051______________________________________________________________________

KF13.051 est un sac à dos pour appareil photo professionnel,il possède 2 appareils photo reflex numériques avec les objectifs fixés, tels que Canon 5D Mark III jusqu'à 70-200mm et 4-5 lentilles supplémentaires ou des lampes de poche, ordinateur portable de  14'', 13.3'' ipad, wacom, smartphone, trépied professionnel et d'autre accessoires.
Il peut satisfaire presque tous vos besoins professionnels.

Grande capacité pour le rangement_________________________________________________________________________________

Grande capacité, compartiment de la caméra multi-fonctionnelle pour un accès facile et rapide, pour organiser votre équipement de la caméra comme vous le souhaitez.
  • Deux caméra + Plusieurs lentille 
  • Canon EOS 5DⅡ + EF85mm F1.2L
  • Canon 580 Flash
  • Canon EF70-200mmF2.8L IS
  • Canon TS-E90mmF2.8 objectif tilt-shift
  • Canon EF16-35mmF2.8L
  • Canon EF24-70mmF2.8L
  • trépied Manfrotto 190
  • 13.3''iPad
  • Sacs maille sur les deux côtés sont disponibles pour une bouteille d'eau en plein air ou d'autres  accessoires.
  • Poches filet internes pour les effets fonctionnels, cartes mémoire, magazines, cartes, etc.
  • Sangles trépied pour trépied léger avec poche inférieure pour la double protection.

Détail soigneux_________________________________________________________________________________________

  • Conception Ergonomique tient en même temps la confort et le portabilité 
  • Ceinture détachable et ventilé dos rembourré vous offre une expérience de porter exceptionnel 
  • Matériel imperméable 
  • Des matériaux de haute qualité avec des caractéristiques imperméables, durables et résistant aux déchirures.
  • Couverture de pluie incluse

Cote globale   4.6   
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Comfortable to wear and good storage
This K&F Concept backpack allows good protection for my camera equipment. I found that the internal storage has a lot of flexibility using the supplied dividers which comprise two main vertical dividers along with seven smaller horizontal ones. I found it best to start by removing them all then laying out my equipment in the backpack adding dividers back in as needed (see photos below). I was able to pack My DSLR camera with 28-300 zoom lens attached along with another bulky zoom lens. I also packed my 35mm film camera with zoom lens, a flashgun, some filters and the backpack rain cover. On the inner surface of the rear zipped panel I found three useful pockets which allowed me to store additional filters, remote shutter etc. The main storage compartment zips have loops allowing the use of a small travel padlock.As a storage option I just packed my DSLR camera, lenses and flash which left me space to pack a dry bag for carrying hiking bits I sometimes need (gels, compass, first aid etc.).Outside the backpack on both sides are two stretch pockets which enabled me to carry a light weight rain coat and a water bottle. Inside the rear zipped panel is a compartment where I could store a small computer such as the Surface Pro (or an IPad).Straps on the rear panel allowed me to attach a tripod quite easily. The tripod is attached by using the fold out pocket stored in the bottom of the backpack along with the two straps attached to the outer surface of the rear zipped panel. I found I could carry either a medium sized tripod or a light weight travel tripod (see photos).The shoulder straps are well padded and there is good back padding covered with air-mesh for air flow. It has an adjustable chest strap and the waist belt easily fits a 36” waist with plenty more adjustment available. The backpack looks like a business bag rather than a hiking bag and certainly seems to give good all round protection for my camera equipment. I am pleased with the product it gives safe storage and portability for at least two cameras, 3 or 4 lenses, a flash, filters and a small computer.
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The Design Features Deserve Praise + Manfrotto Comparison Opinion
First of all, let me be clear that I’m reviewing the 11.81 x 6.3 x 16.54 inch black backpack in this listing, not the super jumbo 18.11 by 11.41 by 6.69 and I have good reasons for having picked the one I’m describing.Let’s start with the design.The backpack has a number of really well thought out features which I noticed in the listing and it turns out that they are all exactly as expected, which is not always the case. Allow me to give you my findings.First of all, the backpack is quite compact and at the same time very capacious. Tick.It has netting on both sides for water bottles or tripods. Tick.It has one main compartment with dividers that are removable and rearrangeable to suit my equipment rather than someone else’s vision of what I want to pack. Tick.It has a second compartment for a laptop and an iPad. Double tick.It has straps which are padded and very comfortable in addition to a sternum strap. This is probably the most important design feature of all. I would not buy a backpack without one. It is very effective for distributing weight enough to make it less taxing. Big tick.(At this stage in my review I regret writing "tick" repeatedly. I’m one consonant away from calamity.) Anyway, as I was saying…It also has a removable waist strap which is one of the major reasons I opted for this backpack. The strap is very comfy and perfect for overseas travel journeys but I don’t use it for daily activities because I don’t need to take everything with me all of the time and the backpack is light enough.The main compartment can be locked with an old suitcase lock I had kicking around. To be honest, I doubt I will lock my main compartment regularly but the truth is you’re probably better safe than sorry. Maybe for airport travel or in places where you’re not comfortable.Also, I suppose it depends who you are. If you’re not the sort of person who is too aware of what’s going on around them, just lock your bag because defeating the opportunity for someone to take your stuff is much better than having to fend someone off. So for security, I’d say this bag is exceptional.What am I missing…Oh, it has rubberised panels which add rigidity so that you can place it flat on the floor and it doesn't tip over every two seconds.Compared to my old Manfrotto backpack, this K&F Concept one is actually just as well made and I prefer the design steps taken. So far, I’ve been using it as my daily backpack for commuting.I’ve uploaded lots of pictures so you can see all of the features I’m referring to for a clearer idea of what the backpack looks like.Another point: I’ve noticed that the other reviews are discussing the larger backpack or don’t specify what they are reviewing. I hope this review helps you out because it is all the insight I wish would have had when shopping for this one.Last point is that the value for money is superb. I can’t justify a Manfrotto or LowePro for over double the price when this is manufactured to such an exceptional standard. I have ordered other K&F Concept products in the past and they have proven to be very well constructed.So, in summary, I highly recommend this backpack to professionals, amateurs and anyone travelling or hiking with their kit.
The Design Features Deserve Praise + Manfrotto Comparison Opinion The Design Features Deserve Praise + Manfrotto Comparison Opinion
Sac photo
Le sac est plein avec :un Canon 5D MIV avec 50 mm Sigma F1.4Objectif Canon 70/200 F 2.8Objectif Sigma 24/35 F2Flash CanonDoubleur CanonBagues macro Canon
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Really impressed with this camera bag. I can easily get two DSLR cameras, flash gun, spare batteries, spare SD cards and a few other bits into the bag. Very comfortable to wear and after a while you can even forget it's there. Thoroughly recommended.
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