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Olympus CBG-12 System Backpack

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Olympus CBG-12 System Backpack
Key Features
  • Holds 2 Bodies with Grips and 4 Lenses
  • Pocket Accommodates 13" Laptop
  • Easy Access Side-Opening Pocket
  • Extra Padded Interior Compartment
Designed to port an entire professional Micro Four Thirds camera system, the CBG-12 System Backpack from Olympus is well-suited to carrying up to two camera bodies with attached battery grips, along with one super telephoto lens, three more lenses, and a slew of additional accessories. Internal dividers can be moved to create custom padded compartments to suit specific camera and lens configurations, and the inner segments all feature additional padding for extra security to your gear. Dual external pockets can be used to hold extra equipment, such as a water bottle or binocular, and an additional separate pocket can hold a tablet or small laptop up to 13".
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Olympus CBG-12 Overview

Designed to port an entire professional Micro Four Thirds camera system, the CBG-12 System Backpack from Olympus is well-suited to carrying up to two camera bodies with attached battery grips, along with one super telephoto lens, three more lenses, and a slew of additional accessories. Internal dividers can be moved to create custom padded compartments to suit specific camera and lens configurations, and the inner segments all feature additional padding for extra security to your gear. Dual external pockets can be used to hold extra equipment, such as a water bottle or binocular, and an additional separate pocket can hold a tablet or small laptop up to 13".

The exterior of the bag features well-padded shoulder straps and a waist belt, and a chest strap helps keep proper alignment while carrying. A side-opening pocket avails quick access to the bag without having to take it off, and three straps—two on the sides and one on the front—can be used to secure a tripod or walking stick to the outside of the pack. Also included with the bag are two separate rain covers: one groundsheet to protect it from getting dirty when setting it down outside, and another cover to guard everything from moisture. Finally, the bag is also fitted with a front-facing emblem made from an actual Micro Four Thirds lens mount to further carry the idea of a true system bag.

UPC: 050332191402

Olympus CBG-12 Specs

Key Specs
Color
Black
Carry/Transport Options
Backpack Straps with Sternum Strap, Handle, Waist Belt
Type of Closure
Zipper
Laptop/Tablet Compatibility
Single Compartment: Fits 13" Laptop
Water Resistance
Rain Cover
Dimensions
Exterior
19.3 x 12.6 x 9.1" / 49.02 x 32 x 23.11 cm
Interior
17.3 x 11.4 x 5.5" / 43.94 x 28.96 x 13.97 cm
Weight
5.1 lb / 2.3 kg
Carry/Transport Options
Backpack Straps with Sternum Strap, Handle, Waist Belt
Type of Closure
Zipper
Laptop/Tablet Compatibility
Single Compartment: Fits 13" Laptop
Environmental
Water Resistance
Rain Cover
Monopod/Tripod Holder
Yes
General
Materials
Exterior: Polyester
Dimensions
Exterior
19.3 x 12.6 x 9.1" / 49.02 x 32 x 23.11 cm
Interior
17.3 x 11.4 x 5.5" / 43.94 x 28.96 x 13.97 cm
Weight
5.1 lb / 2.3 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight
5.55 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
19.291 x 14.016 x 6.221"

Olympus CBG-12 Reviews

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Does this backpack fit aircraft carry on ...

Does this backpack fit aircraft carry on measurements or has any owner of this item taken it as there carry on for a flight?
Asked by: Kent
The Olympus CBG-12 System Backpack has an exterior dimensions of 19.3 x 12.6 x 9.1" and the standard domestic carry-on luggage size is 22" x 14" x 9" so this backpack will fit.
Answered by: samikg
Date published: 2024-04-05

Where does the laptop go? Is it next to the back, ...

Where does the laptop go? Is it next to the back, or on the outside of the backpack? What are the max laptop dimensions?
Asked by: Celeste
Not really set up for an. Ip
Answered by: John
Date published: 2020-09-18
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