The 20" Roadie HDSLR/Video Backpack from Tenba is designed with video gear in mind, whether that be an HDSLR with lenses or larger camera and lens combinations.
It's rated to hold two DSLRs, 6-8 lenses (up to a 300mm f/2.8), monopod, shotgun microphone, audio recorder and headphones. Specifically, it will accommodate your Canon or Nikon camera body or a video cameras such as a RED (Epic, Scarlet), Canon (C100, C300) and Sony FS700 with 3-5 lenses. There's also a pocket for a 17" laptop and dual side pockets for your monopod and shotgun mic. In addition, storage space is plentiful including interior padded dividers to configure the inside of the pack. A front accessory pocket is for small stuff that you need quickly. Side cargo pockets are padded and also readily accessible for additional accessories.
Butterfly flaps on the top provide quick access to your audio gear or anything else you need in a hurry. This will facilitate keeping your photo and audio gear separated to avoid fumbling through the interior to retrieve specific equipment. You can also, if needed, access the main compartment through these two flaps to avoid revealing all the equipment held inside the bag. The principal access to its main compartment is on the back of the pack, hidden behind your shoulder while worn. This is a security design to prevent anyone from opening the pack while you are wearing it.
The Roadie HDSLR/Video Backpack is made with rugged, foam-laminated, 1680D ballistic nylon, matte-finish YKK zippers, stress point reinforcements and infinitely-configurable photo/video gear compartments. It features a contoured, adjustable expedition-grade harness and wide waist belt. Since the pack holds a ton of gear, the high density foam keeps you comfortable while out and won't compress or break down over time. A top grade grab handle is also included and the hip belt is easily removed when not needed. The bottom element is coated to be abrasion resistant and waterproof. The Roadie backpacks include a 10-pocket media wallet to safely store memory cards and a collapsible rain cover.