Tenba Shootout Backpack (24L)

Tenba Shootout Backpack (24L)

Tenba Shootout Backpack (24L)

B&H # TES24LB MFR # 632-421
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Product Highlights

  • 1-2 DSLRs, 4-6 Lenses, Accessories
  • Holds Laptop Up to 15"
  • Hip Belt
  • Quick-Access Side Door
  • Pivot-Fit Harness Straps
  • Crush-Proof Top Compartment
  • Tripod Carrier
  • Adjustable Trolley Strap
  • Water-Repellent Ripstop Exterior
  • WeatherWrap Rain Cover Included
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  • 1Description

The 24L Tenba Shootout Backpack holds one or two DSLR cameras and 4-6 lenses, plus a flash and other accessories. It has a large main compartment with padded dividers that are customizable to fit your gear. It can also hold a 15" laptop in its padded sleeve. For additional accessories, there are numerous exterior and interior pockets.

Pivot-Fit harness straps automatically adjust to the shape of your shoulders, and are covered in a moisture-wicking Lycra that moves friction-free over clothing. The bag's exterior is made from water-repellent ripstop nylon, helping to prolong the durability of the Shootout bag.

A quick-access side door allows a camera or lenses to be swapped out without removing the bag from your body. A side-access channel fits a DSLR camera with an attached 70-200mm 2.8 lens.
A full-length front pocket can hold equipment, or soft items such as clothing or food. Micromesh side pockets provide storage for water bottles, or other easy-to-reach items.
A strap secures a tripod or monopod to the outside of the bag.
An adjustable trolley strap allows you to attach the bag to the handle of rolling luggage.
Dual front pockets fit small accessories, and include D-rings to tether media wallets. Windowpane mesh pockets hold accessories on the flap interior.
The included reversible and removable WeatherWrap rain cover is silver on one side to reflect the heat, and black on the other side for added stealth. Can be removed for complete cleaning and drying, and stows away neatly in a sleeve on the bottom. Can also be used as a ground cover.
The base of the bag is abrasion and moisture resistant.
Locking zipper sliders on both camera and laptop compartment can be secured with an optional luggage lock.
Accessory loops and D-rings on the harness straps for optional pouches and other attachments.
Compression straps prevent the load from shifting, and help keep the center of gravity as close to the body as possible.
UPC: 026815324216
In the Box
Tenba Shootout Backpack (24L)
  • Media Wallet
  • Microfiber Lens Cleaning Cloth
  • WeatherWrap Rain Cover
  • Limited 5-Year Warranty
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    Tenba 632-421 specs

    Features Laptop Compartment
    Carrying/Transport Options Backpack Straps, Top Handle, Trolley Sleeve, Waist Belt
    Camera Support Strap Tripod
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    Laptop Compartment Screen Size 15.0"
    Laptop/Tablet Compartment Dimensions 10.0 x 14.5 x 1.0" / 25.4 x 36.8 x 2.5 cm
    Exterior
    Exterior Dimensions 12 x 17.5 x 9" / 30.5 x 44.5 x 22.9 cm
    Exterior Material Nylon
    Type of Closure Zipper
    Water Resistance Rain Cover
    Interior
    Interior Dimensions 11.5 x 16.5 x 6.25" / 29.2 x 41.9 x 15.9 cm
    Weight 4.0 lb / 1.8 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 5.75 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 18.4 x 13.2 x 13.1"

    Tenba 632-421 reviews

    Shootout Backpack (24L) is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 27.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Overall excellent I bought this back pack for primarily traveling and a little bit of hiking. The quality of the material is excellent. Zippers are extra rugged. And the bottom is completely water proof so you can just leave it on the ground without thinking twice. There's plenty of room for the gear and some I carry two bodies (A6000, A7r2) with about 6 lenses. A flash a led light, and spare clothing just in case. You can take a close look at it if you go to the Super store. Only downside I have is the price. But consider it an investment. I don't think I'll upgrade to another one for at least 5 years.
    Date published: 2016-07-12
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from I would recommend this to the photographer on the go! As a street, mobile portrait and headshot photographer, I need my gear lightweight, portable, and reliable. The Tenba Shootout (24L) Does exactly what I need, with enough space to accommodate my full-frame camera, two lenses, two flashes, my 15 MacBook Pro, a tripod, 2 light stands, a myriad cables, batteries, etc. and it's rugged as hell. Carrying that much kit means you need very good back support and the Shootout has that in spades, with fantastic padding on the back, shoulders and hips, that is well-vented. The side-accessible camera compartment means you can get to your camera without having to completely remove and open the backpack. I love that feature! The only slight drawback I found, and the reason I am giving the Shootout 4 stars instead of 5 is because it has sticky zippers. Not a big deal, but annoying nonetheless.
    Date published: 2017-01-20
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Bag! Let me start by laying out my biases as they will provide perspective to the rationale behind the bag selection and its content: 1) Looks matters- premium products should not only be functional and of the highest quality but should also be esthetically appealing. I like the way this bag looks and wouldn't mind additional colors options. 2) I hardly ever change lenses in the field- my past expeditions include Antarctica, tropical jungles, deserts, etc. I cannot count the number of good photo ops I missed because I didn't feel comfortable changing lenses in extreme environments. This is why I carry a number of bodies with the lens mounted; no need to think twice, it's always ready to go. Small mirrorless bodies make this approach practical (not from a cost standpoint though). 3) I don't use lens hoods- stopped using them a while back and never saw any difference; talking about saving precious space. Size: I have a Kata Bug 203 PL (now the rebadged and overpriced Manfrotto Bug 203-PL). It served me exceptionally well but it is designed with DSLR bodies in mind and there is little to no freedom in configuring the internal space. Once I ditched my last DSLR size body and moved completely to mirrorless I knew that my next expedition will call for a new bag. I have searched the market thoroughly and ended up with the Tenba Shooutout 24L. The bag doesn't look big which is very important. The size is a safe bet for airlines; anything bigger and you start rolling the dice with European carriers and regional jets. Way too risky in my mind. Also, I love removable waist belts and the bag has one; remove it and throw it in your luggage and the bag looks even smaller. Quality: Too early to talk about long-term durability but, as one would expect from a premium product, materials and craftsmanship look outstanding. Internal configuration: Complete freedom and tons of dividers! Quite a few dividers were left as extras after I filled the bag. Plenty pockets and dividers for every item or accessory you can think of. Comfort: Weight distribution between shoulders and waist is very good. As you would expect from something of this size (shorter than the full size bag), the waist belt seats a little higher than you want it to (unless you are around 5.4 tall). I have recently put it through its paces in a Central American jungle and after a multi-day long hikes in extreme heat and humidity I can highly recommend it. It was comfortable to carry and didn't slow me down. Cons: I wish it would allow access to gear from the back as well. Putting the bag down on the strap side in a rough terrain always make stuff stick to it. I'd rather put the front part facing the dirt
    Date published: 2015-02-28
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Finally a backpack to comfortably carry it all, but... I love it. Its amazing what you can carry along, its arguably the best backpack out there for its size. I carry an EOS 80D with 70-300L attached, an EOS 5D with 70-105 attached, two additional lenses (sorry in the attached pic you see an an empty space where I normally keep a wide angle lens), a flash, a 13laptop, filters, cleaning kit, all chargers adapters and accessories, and whatnot. And its comfortable, even under heavy load, even for the tall person I am who always struggle with backpacks. And its perfectly acceptable as cabin luggage. There's just one detail missing which would have made it 5*+ perfect. The zippers don't have a fold over flap, which many other brands do. It means that the zippers are directly exposed to the elements and even with a light drizzle water seeps into the bag and you will have to use the cover, which immediately takes the quick and easy access advantages away. I didn't expect that for its price. Still, highly recommended!
    Date published: 2017-01-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Buy this bag - just do it After reading every review and description of the top 10 camera backpacks, and using a Lowepro flip side for two years, I needed a bags to also hold my laptop and my D810 with the two big lenses, flash, cables and misc day gear, I came across the Temba and bingo! The bag is really well thought out, beautifully crafted, seriously padded and perfect on the back with a heavy load. I really love everything about it from the way it stands up loaded to the super secure tripod strap, and am thrilled to have the perfect bag.
    Date published: 2017-06-02
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect in all ways I looked at dozens of options for a backpack that met airline travel requirements, would fit a 15 laptop, that had plenty of small pockets, that looked fairly discrete, had easy access to the camera, and that had room for my primary photo gear, and also was well constructed. This was the only one that I found. Simply perfect.
    Date published: 2016-08-07
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good bag - but small for my needs I was looking for a bag to hold 2 Canon DSLR's, 3-4 lenses, including a 70-200 IS II 2.8, a Speedlite, a 15 laptop, GoPro gear and additional stuff such as filters, batteries, chargers etc. The bag needed to be compact enough and comfortable to bring onboard a plane as a carry-on. The Tenba is well made, padded and has some nice features such as the ability to open it partially from the sides and pull out your camera, multiple inserts in the main compartment to allow flexibility in configuring the layout. It is also a pretty compact bag. At the end of the day, though it is well made and has good features, it was a little too small for my needs and did not really comfortably hold all the gear I need to carry. If you have less gear than I did, it will serve you well as it is shorter in height than the Think Tank StreetWalker HardDrive that I ended up with (see separate review). I did not give it 5 stars only because it did not meet my needs for all the gear. Otherwise it is a very well made and comfortable bag.
    Date published: 2014-06-20
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tenba Shootout Backpack (24L) This is the second Tenba bag I have owned, the other being the 32L, this one is the perfect size for traveling. I am able to take it as cabin luggage and will fit under the seat in front of you for easy access. Well worth the buy. TrevorD
    Date published: 2015-01-26
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