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Clik Elite ProBody Sport Backpack with Computer Sleeve (Gray)

B&H # CLCE738GR Mfr # CE738GR
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Product Highlights
  • For Pro DSLR with Lens up to 9.5" Long
  • DSLR & 2 Short Lenses or One Medium Lens
  • Holds Flash, Accessories
  • Holds Most 15" Laptops
  • Holds Optional 2 Liter Hydration Pack
  • Organizer Panel for Batteries, Memory
  • Sling-Style Access To Gear
  • Attachment Points for Small Tripod
  • Adjustable Backpack Straps/Sternum Strap
  • Waist Belt / Rain Fly

The gray ProBody Sport Backpack with Computer Sleeve from Clik Elite is designed to hold a pro DSLR with an attached lens up to a camera/lens total of 9.5". The main camera compartment is sized for your DSLR with either two short lenses or one medium lens, flash and accessories. The ProBody will also accommodate most 15" laptops in a separate compartment. For smaller accessories, an organizer panel inside the main compartment holds your media cards, batteries and other small items.

The ballistic nylon pack is designed to work both as a standard backpack and as a sling-style pack that allows rapid access to your photo gear when you swing it to the side and use the zippered bottom panel. Interior padded dividers allow you to configure your gear as preferred. The pack also contains space for an optional 2 liter hydration pack.

Most of the pockets open via dual zippers with long pulls that are easy to use while wearing gloves. Tuck-away tripod straps give you the freedom to attach a small tripod. And, a built-in ChestPort attachment system will accept optional Clik Elite Chest Carriers. A total of four attachment points are included for the Chest Carriers-two on the shoulder pad and two on the waist belt. A tuck-away rain fly protects the pack when the weather turns against you.

The pack is ballistic nylon both inside and out and is carried by its adjustable, contoured backpack straps or top grab handle. An adjustable waist belt and snap coupled sternum strap help to provide extra stability and balance while on the move. The ProBody Sport Backpack with Computer Sleeve is backed by a limited lifetime warranty from Clik Elite.

Compartments
Fully padded camera bay and modular organization holds a pro-body DSLR and lens
The dedicated sleeve can accommodate most 15" laptops
Organizer panel inside camera bay gives quick access to batteries and data cards, while remaining protected from camera
Hydration compartment fits a 2 liter (70 oz) bladder
Tuck-away tripod attachments will hold a small tripod
Swing around access to camera bay offers quick access to equipment while on-the-move
Functionality
Streamlined design works well for outdoor sports like mountain biking, fast packing and skiing
ChestPort and accessory compatible attachment points; four attachment points - two on shoulder pads and two on waist belt that use touch fasteners to accept any of Clik's Chest Carriers
Tuck-away rain cover
Carry-On Form Factor
FAA and airline carry-on specifications are subject to change without notice, please check with your airline before designating this case as a carry-on item. Most airlines require carry-on items to have an external linear measurement that is equal to or less than 45.0" (114.3 cm). The external dimensions of this case add up to 39.0" (99.1 cm)
Material Exterior/nylon: Ballistic nylon
Type of Closure Zippers
Exterior Dimensions 20.0 x 11.0 x 8.0" (50.8 x 27.9 x 20.3 cm)
Camera Compartment 7.9 x 10.4 x 6.3" (20.1 x 26.4 x 16.0 cm)
Internal Storage Main compartment: 11.75 x 10.0 x 6.5" (29.8 x 25.4 x 16.5 cm)
Laptop Compartment 19.0 x 9.5 x 1.5" (48.3 x 24.1 x 3.8 cm)
Volume 1400 cu in (22.9 L)
Tripod Holder Yes - tuck-away attachments
Waist Belt Yes
Carrying/Transport Options Adjustable backpack straps
Top grab handle
Weight 3.1 lb (1.4 kg)
Clik Elite ProBody Sport Backpack with Computer Sleeve (Gray)
  • Rain Cover
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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    Clik EliteProBody Sport Backpack with Computer Sleeve (Black)
     
    4.4

    (based on 8 reviews)

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    100%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

    • Lightweight (6)
    • Well built / quality (6)
    • Easy to use (4)
    • Comfortable (3)

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Travel (7)
      • Shooting outdoors (5)
        • Reviewer Profile:
        • Tech savvy (5)
        • Was this a gift?:
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      4.0

      A camera backpack that is rugged, durable, and compact

      By JG

      from Welches, Oregon

      About Me Semi-pro Photographer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Compact
      • Durable
      • Easy to Use
      • Lightweight

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Day Hikes
        • Outdoor photography
        • Travel

        Comments about ProBody Sport Backpack with Computer Sleeve (Black):

        I am very happy with my Prosody Sport Backpack w/computer sleeve. First off, I like its overall look that doesn't scream camera bag. It performs well on day hikes, rain or shine, and is very durable. I often carry a lot of gear, and have found this pack to be spacious for its size, but not cumbersome. It keeps everything balanced, so gear rides comfortably on my back. The computer sleeve is a nice addition. Although I don't carry a computer in the field, I use the extra sleeve to carry other items. Getting to my camera and other gear quickly and easily is important. This backpack by Clik Elite keeps me organized. I am confident with my choice!

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        4.0

        Very nice bag

        By Kyle

        from Central Florida

        About Me Amateur Photographer

        Pros

        • Lightweight
        • Quality Construction
        • Stylish

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Small Camera Bodies

          Comments about ProBody Sport Backpack with Computer Sleeve (Black):

          This bag is well made with great storage compartments, very nice looking design and is comfortable to wear. I highly recommend for smaller camera bodies/lenses; however, I do not recommend it for large cameras (Probody?). My D700 with 24-120mm was a struggle to get in and out without unzipping the flap all the way (and risk a lens falling out), which defeats the purpose of the side quick access. I also don't like that waist belt doesn't fold away comfortably. I really wanted to keep it, but at that price point I'm not willing to make sacrifices. My search for the perfect bag continues.

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          (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          It's worth it.

          By ATRhys

          from Dallas, TX

          About Me Amateur Photographer, Graphic Designer, Tech Savvy

          Pros

          • Adaptive
          • Comfortable
          • Easy To Use
          • Quality Construction

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Hiking
            • Shooting Indoors
            • Shooting Outdoors
            • Travel

            Comments about ProBody Sport Backpack with Computer Sleeve (Black):

            This is probably the best bag I've ever owned, and that is including non-camera backpacks. It's extremely comfortable, durable, well made, and it includes the best features of other bags without any major compromises. Plus the compromises it does have comes with equal benefits. Compared to most other camera backpacks this one isn't unnecessarily deep, oddly shaped, over/undersized, or just plain ugly.

            If you keep in mind that this is a daypack designed to hold a camera with lens, an extra lens and accessories and you probably wont be disappointed. It's not designed specifically to accommodate a large collection of lenses although it can if you need it to. It's more compact size helps make it comfortable and stable, and even with a 6 lb. tripod attached to the side it still completely center-balanced.

            It can probably hold a 70-200mm (I don't have one to test) and it can hold a gripped camera although it will be very tight. Gripped cameras fit much better if you have the laptop out, but either way the camera is still well protected. The side access works great although probably not as well as the Lowepro Fastpacks due to a slightly smaller opening. However this pack makes up for that by not being as bulky, rectangular, or (in my opinion) plain 'ol ugly. The laptop compartment is meant to hold 15" computers but will hold a 17" Macbook Pro without warping the bag's shape.

            Some of the zippers are under large flaps that make them slightly harder to use but much more water resistant. I'll happily take protection over the mild inconvenience. There are no organization pockets such as pen pockets, but lacking that can make it less limited on how you organize.

            It includes a hidden rain cover underneath, a hidden tripod holding system, a innovative place to hold memory cards and other small items inside the camera compartment, a separate sleeve for a hydration pack, and chest/waist straps which add to the already amazing comfort. Everything is well made.

            This is a pricy backpack, but you DO get what you pay for with this one. Based on my experience with backpacks and camera backpacks I believe it will pay you back with it's longevity.

            Who would I recommend this for?
            People wanting a "normal" sized backpack, vacationists, light gear toting photographers, hikers, anyone who wants a camera backpack that can be adapted for many different uses and situations, or humans who own a nice camera.

            Who would I not recommend this for?
            Anyone wanting a large backpack, photographers needing to carry a large number of lenses and/or multiple bodies, people who despise comfort and convenience, or sea manatees. Sea manatees won't have much use for a backpack.

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            5.0

            A great bag

            By Jason_M

            from APO AP

            About Me Tech Savvy

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Easy To Use
            • Lightweight
            • Quality Construction

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Shooting Indoors
              • Shooting Outdoors
              • Travel

              Comments about ProBody Sport Backpack with Computer Sleeve (Gray):

              I bought this bag for preparation a trip to Singapore on next month. I am able to pack my Nikon D600 attached with 24-120mm lens, a 50mm lens, and SB-700 speed flash with cap with tie fit. I doubt it will fit a battery grip w/body unless you remove it and put it on elsewhere. The top half of the bag will be for my tablet and other accessories. I am able to fit an Oben aT-3420 travel tripod on the side without any problem. I will not pack a laptop for this trip but it comes handy for extra storage when I need it. I have a Camelbak 1.5L reservior for the back slot and it seems fit well. With all these gears it added some serious weight to the bag. So far I am happy with my purchase, we'll see when I come back from the trip.

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              (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

               
              4.0

              Great for the active photographer

              By briany in SF

              from San Francisco, CA

              About Me Tech Savvy

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Comfortable
              • Lightweight
              • Quality Construction

              Cons

              • Tight Storage

              Best Uses

              • Shooting Outdoors
              • Travel

              Comments about ProBody Sport Backpack with Computer Sleeve (Gray):

              In search of the perfect bag for urban photo walks and day hikes I've gone through Kata, ThinkTank, LowePro backpacks and sling bags. I have a small frame, 5'6", 140# so a compact bag is a must when doing activities. After a 2 week trip to Japan with a sling bag I can advise avoiding them as they cause fatigue since weight is focused on your shoulders. however I still wanted the convenience of a sling bag. At first I was attracted to LowePro's Sport 200AW, but after checking it out at a local shop I found it very flimsy and concerned about the thin waist support. To its credit it's very light in weight which is a big plus and has tons of space.

              This led me to the Clik Elite bag with the comfort of a sturdy backpack, but ability to sling It in front With quick access to camera. It's designed for active users but flexible enough to be a travel bag. It has space for your laptop as we'll as a hydration bag in a very compact size and light weight. This means there are some trade-offs:
              - It says for a 15" but unless its the latest Apple MacBook Pro or similar thickness it will be a tight fit.
              - camera storage is very tight which can defeat the sling feature if you have things packed tight (eg. Packing 5D Mk3, a 70-200 f2.8 with hood, 580EXII speedlite and a 24-105 f4 meant I had to take the bag off to get the camera out)
              - adding the laptop storage reduces hydration capacity from 3L to 2 when compared to Clik's similar Probody bag.

              I took the bag on a day hike here in SF on the Matt Davis trail which is about 8 miles with 1600ft elevation change. Packed my 5D with hand strap, 24-105 w/hood, 17-40, 50 prime, rain jacket, 2L Hydrapak, short sleeve tee, Joby Gorillapod SLR-Zoom and snacks. The bag proved to be very comfortable fully loaded with water. The waist flaps did a great job supporting the bag. The back is contoured and well ventilated. The shoulder straps are comfortable. My only complaint is that the sternum strap can be difficult to snap as the clip for the hydration tube interferes.

              Overall I'm impressed with the design and comfort. My only concern is how tight the camera storage can be, but can be dealt with by opening the divider between the two storage areas.

              I'm taking the bag on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu and I think this will be the perfect travel bag with some clever packing.

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              4.0

              Great for the active photographer

              By briany in SF

              from San Francisco, CA

              About Me Tech Savvy

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Comfortable
              • Lightweight
              • Quality Construction

              Cons

              • Tight Storage

              Best Uses

              • Shooting Outdoors
              • Travel

              Comments about ProBody Sport Backpack with Computer Sleeve (Gray):

              In search of the perfect bag for urban photo walks and day hikes I've gone through Kata, ThinkTank, LowePro backpacks and sling bags. I have a small frame, 5'6", 140# so a compact bag is a must when doing activities. After a 2 week trip to Japan with a sling bag I can advise avoiding them as they cause fatigue since weight is focused on your shoulders. however I still wanted the convenience of a sling bag. At first I was attracted to LowePro's Sport 200AW, but after checking it out at a local shop I found it very flimsy and concerned about the thin waist support. To its credit it's very light in weight which is a big plus and has tons of space.

              This led me to the Clik Elite bag with the comfort of a sturdy backpack, but ability to sling It in front With quick access to camera. It's designed for active users but flexible enough to be a travel bag. It has space for your laptop as we'll as a hydration bag in a very compact size and light weight. This means there are some trade-offs:
              - It says for a 15" but unless its the latest Apple MacBook Pro or similar thickness it will be a tight fit.
              - camera storage is very tight which can defeat the sling feature if you have things packed tight (eg. Packing 5D Mk3, a 70-200 f2.8 with hood, 580EXII speedlite and a 24-105 f4 meant I had to take the bag off to get the camera out)
              - adding the laptop storage reduces hydration capacity from 3L to 2 when compared to Clik's similar Probody bag.

              I took the bag on a day hike here in SF on the Matt Davis trail which is about 8 miles with 1600ft elevation change. Packed my 5D with hand strap, 24-105 w/hood, 17-40, 50 prime, rain jacket, 2L Hydrapak, short sleeve tee, Joby Gorillapod SLR-Zoom and snacks. The bag proved to be very comfortable fully loaded with water. The waist flaps did a great job supporting the bag. The back is contoured and well ventilated. The shoulder straps are comfortable. My only complaint is that the sternum strap can be difficult to snap as the clip for the hydration tube interferes.

              Overall I'm impressed with the design and comfort. My only concern is how tight the camera storage can be, but can be dealt with by opening the divider between the two storage areas.

              I'm taking the bag on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu and I think this will be the perfect travel bag with some clever packing.

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              5.0

              Great bag.!

              By Johnny K

              from Ft. Lauderdale, FL

              About Me Tech Savvy

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Easy To Use

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Shooting Outdoors
                • Travel

                Comments about ProBody Sport Backpack with Computer Sleeve (Black):

                Big issue with camera bags is they seem to be either too small or way too big. This one is just about perfect size for getting out on a bike trail or for hiking. Its comfortable and the bag will even accommodate an 80-200 lens mounted on your dslr plus an exta lens (or two if its just a prime)
                I definitely recommend this bag to anyone looking to keep their equipment safe while out exploring nature..!

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                4.0

                Works Well For Its Intended Purpose

                By JK

                from Naperville, IL

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Lightweight
                • Quality Construction

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Travel

                  Comments about ProBody Sport Backpack with Computer Sleeve (Black):

                  I did a lot of research on various camera bag manufacturer websites to find a suitable backpack that I could use to transport my camera, laptop, paperwork, and accessories as carry-on luggage on planes, and then use for day hikes with only my camera and food, water, etc. for the day. The camera compartment holds my Nikon D800 with a 28-300 mm zoom lens attached (though with the hood reversed) and a separate 50 mm lens. The padding protects the camera reasonably well. The main compartment is large enough for a couple of sandwiches and the like, and there is a separate compartment for a water bladder (and you can fit another water bladder into the laptop compartment). There are serveral other compartments for small things, and a separate lined compartment for your sunglasses. While a larger camera bag would provide greater flexibility, I wanted the camera bag to definitely fit under airline seats. This camera bag serves my purposes well.

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