Manfrotto Advanced Tri Backpack M (Medium)

Manfrotto Advanced Tri Backpack M (Medium)

Manfrotto Advanced Tri Backpack M (Medium)

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Product Highlights

  • Holds DSLR, Grip, 5 Lenses, Flash
  • Accommodates 11" Laptop
  • 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-TM Overview

  • 1Description

The medium black water-repellent Advanced Tri Backpack M from Manfrotto holds a DSLR with a grip, an attached lens, four extra lenses, and a flash between rigid touch-fastened interior dividers. It will also accommodate an 11" laptop behind a divider in the top compartment. 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.

Pockets

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

Construction

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: 719821365372
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Manfrotto Advanced Tri Backpack M (Medium)
  • 2 x Quick-Release Tripod Belts
  • Detachable Rain Cover
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description

    Manfrotto MB MA-BP-TM Specs

    Features Laptop Compartment
    Carrying/Transport Options Backpack Straps
    Camera Support Strap Tripod
    Compartments
    Laptop Compartment Screen Size 11.0"
    Laptop/Tablet Compartment Dimensions 7.9 x 1.6 x 15.8" / 20.0 x 4.0 x 40.0 cm
    Exterior
    Exterior Dimensions 9.8 x 9.8 x 16.9" / 25 x 25 x 43 cm
    Exterior Material Nylon
    Type of Closure Zipper
    Water Resistance Rain Cover
    Interior
    Interior Dimensions 7.9 x 6.5 x 11" / 20 x 16.5 x 28 cm
    Weight 2.3 lb / 1.0 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 3.05 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 16.0 x 9.0 x 8.0"

    Manfrotto MB MA-BP-TM Reviews

    Advanced Tri Backpack M (Medium) is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 17.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Absolutely love it........ mostly Love the build quality and look. It fits my 6D with grip and attached 24-70 w/o hood, 85, and chargers etc, no problem. My 70-200 fits as well but only in the top compartment, not attached to the body. along with that I can fit 1 speedlight along side the lens. The only drawback I can find, unfortunately was one of the main reasons I bought it. The straps are not comfortable at all. When tucking one strap in and using it as a sling you can feel it jabbing into your back, and the other one cuts into your neck. its a bit awkward. The only comfortable way to wear it is with both straps as a backpack, and even for that the straps are just too thin and small to be supportive. Its great to running around town and carrying a small kit, but for anything more than a few hours I end up using something different.
    Date published: 2014-08-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice size Saw people complaining about the size on this. The product page gives dimensions so if you don't do the research you cant exactly blame the bag, the bag never made himself. Has not gone through the paces yet so not sure about durability but seems rugged enough for my purposes. Using with Sony mirrorless, it can carry what I need for travelling purposes as well as passport, important docs etc.
    Date published: 2015-10-26
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love this Bag - The Right Size Overall very happy. Will have a concern about the bottom area when I get a 70-200mm lens though any larger bag would be way to big for my body frame. BUt it will fit the lens for sure off camera. It held all the filters I needed, paperwork, 2 more lens, 2 cameras (one in the top) cell phone, rain gear, water bottle in a bag, and more. Just have to pack smartly. Again a larger bag could hold it but it would be too big for most women my size. I am 5,9 and found it fit my back perfectly and was very still okay to wear 4 hours straight. Mainly use my 24-70mm f2.8 lens which is fits tight but secure and one can move around without worry. I added extra padding also since my one lens is new. It opening on the side was a blessing. I do concert, nature and things that move fast period. It was quick access and at a recent festival I was able to get the shot no one else got. Found a way to put a mono pod (festivals) on in a bag use zip ties. It is set up that you can add your own straps and so forth. Overall it will take some time to get it to the perfect settings but that is common with every bag - but this bag has many option on how to carry and with long hikes to remote locations, and crazy festivals it was a blessing.
    Date published: 2015-08-07
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Quality Bag, but... Great bag. Quality zippers and materials. I would like afew more inside pockets for sd cards, filters, etc. Size is good for my needs... vacations, kids sports, and family activities. Room for my Nikon D7100, prime 35mm, 18-55mm, and 70-300mm, and also a pair of 10X50 binoculars in the top compartment. However, the body with 70-300 attached doesn't comfortably fit in camera section- bulges a bit. Also, straps could be more comfortable and a detachable sternum strap would've been nice for carrying as backpack.
    Date published: 2015-01-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice small bag Have had a number of upper end bags over the years. Needed a relatively small and light back pack for trip to Europe and tried this instead of shoulder bags I have from Think Tank. Worked great. Had Nikon D800 with 24-70 attached, 16-35 f4, and 70-300 in main compartment. Nikon D7000 without lens, sb700 flash and batteries, charger, etc in top compartment. Worked great and was comfortable.
    Date published: 2014-09-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great value and quality Great quality, lots of pockets and well laid out.
    Date published: 2014-01-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Finally, the perfect carry on/travel backpack This is the perfect travel/carryon backpack. Nicely fits a gripped DSLR (6D) with a lens attached (for me generally a Canon 24-105) with room for 2 more lenses. A pocket for my Ipad mini and plenty of storage on top for all kinds of odds and ends. What makes this bag truly unique is you can use it as a backpack or a sling bag- your choice. Very well constructed and excellent padding for your gear. Exactly what you would expect from Manfrotto.
    Date published: 2015-08-03
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Awful configuration of the body/class compartment zipper What is not immediately evident from the product images is that the side covers to the main compartment can not be open independently. You decide to open one side, 2/3 of the perimeter around the bag, or all of it. It is hard to access things stored on the other side once you designated a top side in sling configuration. All it would take is to rotate the zip sliders 180 degrees, so that the sliders do not meet each other over open space but run away from each other when the bag is closed. That would allow to open side covers independently, having a much better access and utilisation of the space. Update 1: After some use, the zipper configuration is really annoying - it is limiting and easy for things to fall out at the bag bottom when opening. Downgrading the rating to I don't like it. Update 2: Lowering the rating to 1 after a three-week trip with the bag. Zipper configuration mentioned above is so inconvenient that I found myself hesitant accessing the farther side of the compartment in the sling position. This bag impedes changing glass in the field - and I missed some opportunities BECAUSE of it - bag's deadly sin one. Also the U configuration of the bottom compartment zipper ensures that things likely to roll out if you make a mistake transferring zip sliders to the other side - the sin two. I am very sorry I bought the bag.
    Date published: 2016-02-21
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