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Peak Design Everyday Messenger 13" Version 2 (Charcoal)

BH #PEBS13BL2 • MFR #BS-13-BL-2
Peak Design Everyday Messenger 13" Version 2 (Charcoal)
Key Features
  • Holds DSLR, 2 Lenses & Accessories
  • Rear, Dedicated 13" Laptop Compartment
  • Rear Interior Tablet, Document Sleeve
  • Front Access Panel, Interior Pockets
Designed for the photographer, traveler, urban commuter, and everyone in between, the charcoal Everyday Messenger 13" Version 2 from Peak Design showcases smart features to meet your day-to-day needs. The Messenger holds a full-frame DSLR and up to two lenses, thanks to the two origami-inspired adjustable touch-fastening FlexFold dividers. Simply remove the dividers if you prefer to carry books or overnight essentials. Your up-to-13" laptop can be stored separately in a rear, padded compartment with an interior sleeve for your tablet or important documents.
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?When will my order be delivered

?When will my order be delivered
Asked by: abdullah
I am sorry, but this can not be answered on the Q&A forum. Please contact customer service at 800.606.6969 / 212.444.6615 or by email at [email protected]
Answered by: Moe
Date published: 2018-11-02

Is the 13" enough to carry the Olympus E-M1 mk II ...

Is the 13" enough to carry the Olympus E-M1 mk II along with 3 of the olympus pro lenses (i.e., 7-14, 12-40 and 40-150)?
Asked by: Alden
You'll be able to fit all that gear inside the 13", though won't have much room for anything else. Be sure to move up to the 15" if you want to expand further than that.
Answered by: Peak Design
Date published: 2020-04-05

Will a Nikon D7500 with a 16-85 attached lens ...

Will a Nikon D7500 with a 16-85 attached lens fit? Also a 35mm and a 10-24 all fit.
Asked by: Charles
Yes, your gear will fit in this bag.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-06-24

Will this bag hold a full frame D750 with a prime ...

Will this bag hold a full frame D750 with a prime lens attached, laying on its side horizontally?
Asked by: Christopher
I have a D500, which is slightly smaller, but it will not quite lie down horizontally (that is, if you look down into the bag you would see the hot shoe on top) with the lens pointing either to the front or the side. I have to turn it 90 degrees and point the lens to the side to fit (i.e., you see the either the card slots or I/O ports on top). There should be plenty of room if you turn it 90 degrees.
Answered by: Eugene
Date published: 2020-04-30

Is it V2 ? I see the item pictures are V1's

Is it V2 ? I see the item pictures are V1's
Asked by: Nicholas
i bought mine some time ago and it was version 1
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2020-05-27

How do you attach a tripod to it?

How do you attach a tripod to it?
Asked by: Laura
Hi, a folded tripod can be carried on the top of the bag, with one leg inside the top flap. The third photo from the top shows a tripod being carried.
Answered by: Boyd
Date published: 2020-04-05

Is this v2? It looks different from v2 on the ...

Is this v2? It looks different from v2 on the Peak Design website. I think it has been referred to as V1.5
Asked by: Alexander
I just received mine today, and it has some of the v2 features, and also some of the v1 features that were discontinued in v2. For example, it has a 3-inch sleeve on the back for sliding over a roller-suitcase handle (the "version 2" has a full-length, about 9-inch sleeve). This version also has a top zipper to get into the main compartment, which was removed in the "v2" versions. I believe this is a beta release of v2, after which PD made more design changes. I have also seen this referred to as "v1.5". I must say that I was initially a bit apprehensive when I got the bag, not being sure if it was v1 or v2, but I am VERY happy with this bag. It is missing some of the v2 features, like the loops to attach a jacket to the bottom, and the stretchy key cord, but that's ok with me.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2021-10-07

Are there ties on the bottom for a tripod?

Are there ties on the bottom for a tripod?
Asked by: Bruce
There is a compartment for a tripod. Watch the video and see the photos.
Answered by: RHONDA
Date published: 2019-09-07
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