|Protect your valuable camera investment with this Canon brand digital photo backpack. Made from rugged water-repellant nylon this backpack will easily hold your camera lenses flash and other accessories while allowing you to keep your hands free for uninterrupted shooting. The interior features padded compartments with adjustable padded dividers enough to safely hold two camera bodies and up to six lenses or other large accessories. The interior also features two mesh zippered pockets perfect for storing small accessories such as lens filters memory cards batteries or film. This backpack also contains a large zippered compartment on the front of the bag as well as a flexible webbing that is designed to hold a light jacket or extra shirt. Both sides of the backpack feature a small accessory pocket and a padded back and shoulder straps ensure comfort even when carrying heavy loads. Whether you use this case for your Digital or your 35mm SLR the Canon 200EG Digital Photo Backpack will hold all of your most essential accessories. Key Features: Holds 1 - 2 camera bodies up to 6 lenses plus accessories Inside measurements (WxHxD): 10 x 14 3/4 x 5 inches Rugged nylon water-repellant urethane coated for extra durability Well-arranged divider system for secure storage and easy access Lightweight construction padded shoulder straps and back for comfort Front webbing ideal for storing a light jacket Tripod carrying straps Black with olive color trim|
I carry five lens and a flash. But would be nice though to have a small area to carry clothes or something like that.
holds a lot of gear
Canon 200EG deluxe Digital SLRCamera Bag8/30/2011
I traveled recently to Florida and took all my photo gear inside this backpack case made by Canon for Canon equipment and they all fit perfectly and very well balanced.The weatherproof material is so good that it protected my equipment even during a downpour.The only not so great thing about it is that you have to take the backpack off your back in order to retrieve equipment and must be very careful not to open the back pack while in the back of oneself for things can spill and fall to the floor.