Vanguard Reno 45 DSLR Backpack (Khaki Green)

Vanguard Reno 45 DSLR Backpack (Khaki Green)

Vanguard Reno 45 DSLR Backpack (Khaki Green)

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Product Highlights

  • Holds DSLR & Lens, 70-200mm Lens & Flash
  • Fits iPad or Similar Tablet in Case
  • Front Zip Accessory Pocket
  • Rear-Access Gear Compartment
  • Top Storage & Dual Side Pockets
  • Side Monopod Attachment
  • Accessory Attachment Loops
  • Padded Backpack Harness
  • Sternum & Waist Belts
  • Removable Rain Cover
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This tri-colored khaki green Reno 45 DSLR Backpack from Vanguard holds a DSLR with a lens, up to a 70-200mm f/2.8 lens, and a flash between padded touch-fastened dividers inside a rear-access gear compartment. The backpack features a front vertical zippered pocket for storing your iPad or a similar-size tablet in a protective case. For your accessories, there is a spacious zippered storage compartment at the top.

The front of the backpack has a zippered pocket that fits your lens cap, and the sides have mesh slip pockets that fit a water bottle. Together with an attachment strap at the top, one of the mesh slip pockets also acts as a side monopod attachment. There is an ergonomically padded back panel for comfortably carrying the backpack, which features padded shoulder straps with both sternum and waist belts. A top grip handle allows you to quickly grab the backpack on the go, and a removable rain cover protects your gear in unpredictable weather.

For quick-access to your camera gear, fasten the waist belt and remove the shoulder straps to turn your backpack to your front
For attaching additional accessories, there are attachment loops on the shoulder straps
A 10-point adjustable backpack harness and suspension system provide comfort when carrying your gear for long amounts of time
UPC: 026196346708
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Vanguard Reno 45 DSLR Backpack (Khaki Green)
  • Removable Rain Cover
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Material 210D and 400D nylon exterior, 210D nylon and velvet interior, 150D polyester dividers
    Type of Closure Zipper
    Exterior Dimensions 13.75 x 7.25 x 17.75" / 35.0 x 18.5 x 45.0 cm
    Interior Dimensions 8.6 x 5.1 x 8.6" / 22 x 13 x 22 cm
    Tripod Holder Monopod
    Waist Belt Yes
    Carrying/Transport Options Backpack harness, top grip handle
    Weight 1.8 lb / 0.8 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.9 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 18.0 x 13.0 x 7.0"
    Reno 45 DSLR Backpack (Khaki Green) is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Compared 4 bags and this was the runner up I am working on a full review with video for my site, but to sum it up I ordered 4 bags and this was my 2nd choice. offers quite a bit for the price and even it comes with an attached included rain cover. I was surprised that I was between the least and most expensive and the lightest and heaviest bags. The material was nicer than I expected with its price being so much less. I also like the brown color over the standard I'M A CAMERA BACKPACK! black. It came in orange too that I considered for not getting shot in the woods by a hunter. The photo compartment comes out but it's not really transferable to any bag I own It also has an odd open gap in the side padding. I prefer to have the camera grip up when I open the area/bag to it so I can grab it with one hand. I almost gave up on this bag because the only way my camera fits is to sit on its bottom. This may not work on a larger camera like the Fz2500 because it's pretty tight with my Fz1000. I liked the fact you could use one side for water and one side for the tripod. But my travel size Targus tripod doesn't work because of the center part. I can't get it in the side. My Vanguard tripod is just not the right size for this bag. So that is probably the biggest downside for this bag, that or the one large top pocket. I'd still be carrying my tripod to waterfalls shots. I mean it can fit my mini tabletop tripods, but not a larger one the legs can be stuck in the water with your camera above water. I had 2 concerns on the size of the waist straps since you're supposed to use this Flipside bag to flip it around. They didn't seem as reinforced as the other 3 bags. Also when it was loaded it was harder to get the camera part to zip back up because it puts that area in a bind. It's also a little difficult to swing it back around when you're done having it in front of you. I hadn't considered that you couldn't actually access (or put back) the water without flipping it around. When it is hanging from the tripod hook you have to hold the bottom up before you unzip to keep the camera from falling out. It's basically 3 compartments not counting the outside side pockets. It has the camera area, one big top area, and the small thin zippered area but still for the price this would've been my 2nd choice of the 4 bags I tried.
    Date published: 2017-10-19
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