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|Material||Exterior: 1000D*1000D Polyester plus 70*200D Nylon and Jersey
Interior: 150D Polyester and Velvet
|Type of Closure||Zippers with pull tabs|
|Exterior Dimensions||11.75 x 10.6 x 18.25" (29.8 x 26.9 x 46.4 cm)|
|Interior Dimensions||9.5 x 7.9 x 16.4" (24.1 x 20.1 x 41.7 cm)|
|Carrying/Transport Options||Backpack straps; one can be tucked away and the bag used sling-style using the remaining strap
Top grab handle
|Weight||4.0 lb (1.8 kg)|
This is one of the most versatile bags I have ever seen. I tried to cover all the different things you can do with this bag but I’m sure I still missed things. This really feels like they thought of everything and figured out how to put them all in one bag.
This bag is an expensive but well constructed backpack. It is very well padded so that your camera equipment is protected. The interior of the bag has a shelving type unit (also made from padded materials which makes it great for storing all your separate parts.
I've been using a Lowepro Slingshot for a few years now but as it was getting tatty I thought I'd buy a new camera bag. It had to be able to carry all my kit, be comfortable, resist the weather and be of high quality. Well the Quovio fits the bill perfectly.
The bag is perfect for all heavy camera equipment. it has specially designed pockets for lenses, memory cards, flashes and all other accessories and is really comfortable too!
I have to say this is genuinely the best quality, most thought out camera bag I have ever owned, it oozes quality and clearly has been designed by someone who knows what they are doing. Very very good and apart from being expensive this is perfect. Strongly recommended.
It might be advertised for professionals but a lot of keen amateurs these days have a fair amount of kit and this is an excellent backpack for keeping it all together - camera bodies, lenses, flashes and even tripods [my gorilla pod could fit inside or there is the holding system at the side] fit...
This is the most comfortable & versatile back pack I've ever owned. When fully loaded with d5100 lenses: 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6, 35mm 1.8 & 18-55 kit, 2 x speed light flashes, nexus 7 & all the usual paraphernalia, it's stupidly comfortable.
This is impressive piece of pro-equipment - it has the apperance and lightweight comfort of a soft backpack but provides a rigid frame and air filled pockets to provide both comfort and protection for your gear from light compression damage and the knocks and bumps when being thrown into overhead...
I'm not a professional photographer by any stretch of the imagination. This bag makes me want to be a better photographer (or rather, buy little extras to then find a home in this backpack). This backpack screams quality and comfort.
At first glance this seemed as though it would be on the heavy side but it's surprisingly light, considering the size. There's a home for everything in here and even though I am an amateur I still have quite a lot of kit to fit in and the backpack coped with room to spare.
The Vanguard Quovio 44; is an anti Tardis and thats what really relegates its usefulness for me. The discrepancy between external and internal voulume is because Vanguard have gone for huge amounts of foam padding on the base, top and and around the sides of the bag.