MindShift Gear rotation180° Panorama Backpack (Tahoe Blue)

BH #MIR180PTBL • MFR #520221
MindShift Gear
MindShift Gear rotation180° Panorama Backpack (Tahoe Blue)
Key Features
  • Holds DSLR with a Lens & Extra Lens
  • Accommodates iPad or Similar-Size Tablet
  • Rotating Beltpack for Camera Gear
  • Spacious Interior Storage Compartment
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The Tahoe blue lightweight rotation180˚ Panorama Backpack from Mind Shift Gear features a detachable rotating beltpack that allows for quick-access to your camera gear while still wearing your backpack. The rotating beltpack holds a DSLR with an attached lens, an additional lens between padded dividers and an iPad or a similar-sized tablet behind a padded divider at the back. Simply swing the beltpack around to return it to the backpack and secure it in place via a magnetic tab.
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MindShift Gear Panorama Overview

The Tahoe blue lightweight rotation180˚ Panorama Backpack from Mind Shift Gear features a detachable rotating beltpack that allows for quick-access to your camera gear while still wearing your backpack. The rotating beltpack holds a DSLR with an attached lens, an additional lens between padded dividers and an iPad or a similar-sized tablet behind a padded divider at the back. Simply swing the beltpack around to return it to the backpack and secure it in place via a magnetic tab.

For storing travel gear and accessories, there is a spacious interior storage compartment and a top accessory pocket. A zipper at the back side reveals a dedicated hydration reservoir pocket that can hold a 3 liter water pouch. Front tripod attachment straps remain hidden away until ready for use, and side tripod attachment straps allows you to attach an optional Tripod Suspension Kit. To comfortably carry the backpack, there is a breathable padded airflow harness with padded waist straps and a sternum strap.

Touch-fastened mesh pocket on inside flap of beltpack for small accessories like memory cards or an extra battery
Modular rail attachment panel for securing optional Lens Switch Case or other small accessories
Load lifter straps
Curved back panel with single aluminum stay for pack stability
Optional Panorama Photo Insert can be added to the inside of the backpack for additional space to hold extra camera gear
Two optional seam-sealed rain covers allow protection for both the backpack and the beltpack
UPC: 819865012215

MindShift Gear Panorama Specs

Carrying/Transport OptionsBackpack Straps, Sternum Strap, Top Handle, Waist Pack
Camera Support StrapTripod
Compartments
Compartment Dimensions9.4 x 7.5 x 4.7" / 24.0 x 21.0 x 12.0 cm
9.8 x 8.2 x 5.1" / 25.0 x 22.0 x 13.0 cm
Exterior
Exterior Dimensions9.8 x 19.7 x 8.3" / 25 x 50 x 21 cm
Exterior MaterialNylon
Type of ClosureZipper
Water ResistanceRain Cover
Interior
Interior MaterialNylon, Polyester
Maximum Volume5.8 gal / 22 L
Weight0.9 lb / 0.4 kg (Beltpack)
2.0 lb / 0.9 kg (Backpack)
Packaging Info
Package Weight5.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)21.1 x 12.3 x 11.2"
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Will the gear compartment hold a Nikon D5200 as well as a Sigma 50-500?
Asked by: Jacqueline C.
I'm thinking that the case is too short (left-to-right width). From the specs I picked up from B&H on your camera+lens combo, I have a total length of 11.7 inches. I use the case with a D610 + 28-300 f/3.5-5.6, which just fits the bag, fitted, left-to-right, with the hand grip pointed up...its combined length is 7.5 ...about 4.5 too short of your camera+lens combo. The case, bottom-to-top is even much shorter, so you couldn't use that orientation either. Might have to go with one of MindShift's other non-rotation, more convention backpacks.
Answered by: Gregory P.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Does this pack meet carry on requirements for airlines?
Asked by: brian
Yes
Answered by: Chet C.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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if you take the camera /belt compartment out is there a way to use this as a normal bag pack and open the bottom of the back so its like a normal bag?
Asked by: Anonymous
Not really. You cab remove the pack, or swivel it, but you can't get into it as docked.
Answered by: James R.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Is the top storage compartment big enough to fit an iPad?
Asked by: Madonna
yes, it is big enough
Answered by: Lam W.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Does this fit well on a tall person? I'm over 6'2 and had to return a Clik Elite Obscura as adjusting the straps would not get the belt down low enough to fit the hips. Between this, the larger 180 and a Clik Contrejour 40.
Asked by: David M.
I would go with the Rotation 180 personally. I think that would be a better fit for your height. The straps can adjust very long, and comfort wise too it's more padded.
Answered by: Alex S.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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can I use the Mindshift Gear Lens Switch Case (designed for the pro version) on the Panorama backpack / belt?
Asked by: Anonymous
You can use the Mindshift Gear Lens Switch Case http://bhpho.to/1mbXsx0 on the Panorama Backpack, however keep in mind that the waist pack on the Panorama is smaller than the Pro version.
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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what are the inside dimensions of the belt pack
Asked by: Anonymous
The interior dimensions of the belt pack of the MindShift Gear Rotation180 Panorama are 9.4 x 7.5 x 4.7 .
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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