Manfrotto Advanced Tri Backpack S (Small)

Manfrotto Advanced Tri Backpack S (Small)

Manfrotto Advanced Tri Backpack S (Small)

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Product Highlights

  • Holds DSLR, 3 Lenses, Flash
  • Interchangeable Shoulder Straps
  • Reversible Quick-Access Panel
  • Rigid Interior Dividers
  • Front Tripod Attachment
  • Water-Repellent Materials
  • Detachable Rain Cover
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Manfrotto MB MA-BP-TS overview

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The small black water-repellent Advanced Tri Backpack S from Manfrotto holds a DSLR with an attached lens, two additional lenses, and a flash between rigid touch-fastened interior dividers. Interchangeable shoulder straps on the Tri Backpack allow it to be carried in three different ways; a right or left-handed sling, a dual shoulder harness, or in an "X" position. The backpack features a reversible quick-access panel to the main compartment, which allows you to reach your DSLR at your front when wearing the backpack as a sling. Additionally, there is a spacious top compartment for extra accessories, and a variety of interior and exterior pockets.

The Advanced Tri Backpack features a front tripod attachment. To secure your tripod, there are two included quick-release belts. One belt hooks through the two loops at the base of the backpack and then secures to the tripod's legs. Another belt secures the top of your tripod to the loop at the top front of the backpack. For extra protection from inclement weather, a detachable rain cover is included. The backpack can be carried by the padded grip handle at the top or transported like luggage, thanks to the nylon-webbed trolley strap at the back.


Two exterior side zippered pockets
Front exterior zippered pocket
Mesh zippered pocket in top compartment


Shoulder straps have quick-release buckles so they can be interchanged
Hidden compartment behind mesh padding at the back hides unused shoulder strap when wearing the backpack as a sling
Reversible quick-access panel can be opened all the way for full access to gear
To reverse quick-access panel, slide zipper around and secure both quick-release buckles
Floor of top compartment can be unzipped to create one large interior space inside the backpack
Rigid dividers are designed to withstand impacts near the middle of the bag for better protection and are touch-fastened to custom fit to your gear
UPC: 719821365365
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Manfrotto Advanced Tri Backpack S (Small)
  • 2 x Quick-Release Tripod Belts
  • Detachable Rain Cover
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
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    Manfrotto MB MA-BP-TS specs

    Carrying/Transport Options Backpack Straps
    Camera Support Strap Tripod
    Exterior Dimensions 8.7 x 8.3 x 16.1" / 22 x 21 x 41 cm
    Exterior Material Nylon
    Type of Closure Zipper
    Water Resistance Rain Cover
    Interior Dimensions 6.7 x 5.1 x 10.4" / 17 x 13 x 26.5 cm
    Weight 1.8 lb / 0.8 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 2.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 17.0 x 8.0 x 7.0"

    Manfrotto MB MA-BP-TS reviews

    Advanced Tri Backpack S (Small) is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 13.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Basic small bag I purchased 4 bags from B&H because I couldn't find a good selection locally. I really wanted to closely check out bags and even do a test fit of my basic equipment before I chose one. I'm a fan of other Manfrotto equipment, so I added this one to my list. It's a pretty well made, basic bag. I liked being able to access the equipment from either side of the bag and the large top open area. But that's about it. It's not the best looking bag - and there is no sternum strap to help keep it in place when really moving around. It was also very small, even for my very basic DSLR/lens, medium range lens, extra battery and flash. It was quite underwhelming so it went back. If you want a very basic, compact bag though, this is a quality choice.
    Date published: 2015-05-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect & Best for M4/3 Gear! I have just got into the world of M4/3 prior to that I had a Nikon D7000 which I absolutely miss but don't miss the bulkiness.Bought myself a little Panny GX7 and just cannot put this little gem down. My gear consists of 12-35 f2.8, 45-200 f4-5.6, FL360 Flash, batteries and various filters.I was looking for a small backpack that would fit all this gear plus a compact tripod, all the ones I was looking at from Lowepro etc were just a little too big or was not my style. Whats the point of having a CSC when you have a massive bag? And just a month or so ago came along this Manfrotto new release bag and boy am I a happy camper! I couldn't wait to get my hands on this so I ordered it here and was delivered within a week to Sydney. It was better than I thought, build quality and features of this bag are hard to beat especially for the price. Zippers have a nice feel as they are curved & branding is all over the bag. It fits my gear just right and has room for another lens that I will getting soon (25mm f1.4) Padding is more than adequate and is fully modular. Can also be converted into a sling and you can be left or right 'shouldered', just tuck away the strap you don't need! Unlike most slings they are usually one sided which I hate. For rainy days it comes with a nice cover and for your compact tripod it has extra straps. Manfrotto truly thought about this one and definitely appeals to M4/3 users (IMO) as I cannot see much DSLR gear fitting into this even though they say it will. I have included a few snaps so you can see my setup and packing into it.Good luck in your quest cheers!
    Date published: 2013-11-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it! I have finally found a small day backpack that can also carry a full sized tripod. I have gone through many bags in the past but I have really enjoyed this one. Perfect bag for a mirroless set up or a smaller DSLR. Minimal gear with plenty of room for other things up top. You can also collapse the top compartment and remove the dividers, making it a regular backpack for daily use. Overall, great quality bag that gets the job done.
    Date published: 2014-02-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really like this bag! I have FINALLY found a small light weight backpack without bulkiness that fits a bit of gear. I have gone through way too many bags in the past. I use this bag with a Canon 6D and 70-200 lens attached and one or two other spare smaller lens. The compartments and dividers can be rearranged to fit any set up. Padding is more than adequate and is modular. The bag is curved and sleek looking.. It is a comfy backpack but it can also be converted into a sling for either shoulder. It has an external cover and straps for a tripod. The side openings allow for easy access to the camera and the extra lenses. There is a handy upper compartment for smaller items. There are also a few smaller outside compartments. This is a great compact bag that is well made and I can travel with it and/or use for shorter trips.
    Date published: 2014-11-03
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Perfectly sized for me I didn't want a large bulky bag so this one appealed to me. My gear I fit in this bag: Nikon D610 Nikon AF-S 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 VR Tokina 28-70mm f/2.8 AT-X Nikon 50mm f/1.4 AF-D It's a tight fit for this gear, but I can get it in. You really shouldn't fit the camera with the 70-300mm lens or any other long zoom attached. It does fit, but the gear comes up to the sides of the bag, so if you banged the bag most likely you would damage your gear. So it's best to fit everything in with the long zoom lens unattached. It's doubtful you could get a 70-200mm f/2.8 in here. You would have no problem with any mirrorless system with this bag. Like other reviews, I wish the bag had a chest strap. But if you wear the bag high enough on your back, the leftover length from the straps are long enough you might be able to tie them together at your waist. It seems like you have to adjust the straps pretty tight for it to feel secure on your back. Hence 4 and not 5 stars. You can always configure it to cross-strap for full security. The top compartment is relatively small but an iPad mini does fit. You could probably squeeze in a light jacket or sweater. The side pockets are mainly for small and flatter items, such as wallets and keys. If you don't fill up the bottom half with camera gear you could also put personal items there as well. Overall the bag is well constructed. If you need more space, check out the medium and large versions.
    Date published: 2016-01-28
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid Little Bag This is my new hiking bag, as I don't like to carry a lot of gear on long/technical ridges. The ability to change the strap configuration is really helpful for when I'm doing different difficulties of hikes/climbs and the pockets make it very easy to access filters, batteries and other quick-change items. The side openings allow you to configure for either left or right-hand opening and does make for easy access to the camera if not the extra lenses. I had a little trouble setting up the internal foam dividers for right-handed usage because of where the hook velcro tabs were, but have managed a workable compromise that I like. The only down side is that I nearly had to return the bag and go one size larger. I use a 6D with a 24-105 lens that had UV and polarizing filters on it - that was too long to fit across the bag and I had to drop off one of the filters to make it fit. I don't particularly care for changing filters on hikes, but to me it is worth it to have this sturdy bag. The upper compartment doesn't hold a large water bottle, but it will accept your wallet, phone, SD cards and car keys easily. Basically, if you don't want to carry a computer/tablet, don' t need a lot of gear and don't have a very large lens, this is a great compact bag that is well made for outdoor activities. If you need more space, I'm sure the medium and large sizes are just as well-built!
    Date published: 2013-11-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Backpack I use this backpack for a day of landscape or architecture photography. I carry my Nikon D750 with a 24 120 lens attached, an extra dlsr camera, 50 mm lens, mini tripod, grey card, 2 filters, and other stuff. Very very confortable.
    Date published: 2016-05-26
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Nice Concept, Questionable protection, Frustrating to use I waited a week for this to arrive, and it's going straight back to be returned. I can't tell you that how disappointing this purchase was. I bought this for something travel portable, and to pull the camera out quick and easily. I removed all compartments and it won't fit a Sony A7 III with a 24-105mm attached. If i try to push it in, the lens would be pressing up against the walls and the EVF would be susceptible to impact on the other side. I would not recommend putting expensive hardware in it at all. Some might ask, "well why don't you just remove the lens and the lens guard and strap so you can fit it in?" That would defeat the point of being able to pull out the camera quick and capturing a moment or really great shot. There goes 12$ down the drain for return shipping.
    Date published: 2018-08-19
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