spur of the moment type photographers will surely appreciate what the new Booq Python Slimpack Camera Backpack has to offer. for starter, it looks every bit of awesome and despite the compact form, it managed to pack a series of pockets and a main camera compartment with configurable plush red padded interior that not only protects your gears, but also makes your predominantly black gears stand out and thus, facilitates easy retrieval. seriously, black on black is no fun, especially true when light source is not favorable. the bag is totally capable of swallowing up up to two DSLRs, up to four mid-size lenses, one large zoom lens, a tripod, plus a 10-inch class tablet such as the iPad (without case) – and thanks to the aforementioned generously padded divider, how you are going to use and organize your photography gears is entirely up to you.

details include a ballistic nylon exterior with water repellent coating, airmesh back padding prevents heat build up on your back for more comfortable backpacking, premium YKK zippers, ergonomic shoulder straps that conforms to your body types for maximum comfort, two exterior side zipper pockets for small items such as SD cards, pens, small note book et cetera, and a neoprene pocket with velcro closure on the shoulder strap for smartphone or even a slim point-and-shoot camera. each Booq Python Slimpack Camera Backpack comes standard with a removable rain poncho, stored in left zipper pocket, designed to protect your bag in the event of heavy downpours. the poncho also doubles as a reflective sign, ensuring you will be visible to passing vehicles when tracking in the night.

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the Booq Python Slimpack Camera Backpack is available as we speak for $149.95 which includes free FedEx home delivery for US addresses. take a few more look in the image gallery below and also scroll down further for a product video to see it in action.

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