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Hazard 4 Photo-Recon Evac Series Tactical Optics Sling-Pack (Coyote)

Hazard 4 Photo-Recon Evac Series Tactical Optics Sling-Pack (Coyote)
Key Features
  • Holds a Variety of Gear
  • Inner/Exterior Pockets, Padded Dividers
  • Top Handle, Sling and Stabilizer Straps
  • 1000D Cordura Nylon and PU Construction
Protect, store, and transport a variety of gear with the Photo-Recon Evac Series Tactical Optics Sling-Pack in coyote from Hazard 4. The pack features a zippered closure, inner and exterior pockets, touch-fastening padded dividers as well as 1000D Cordura nylon and PU construction. Carry the pack with the top handle, or wear it with the padded sling strap and stabilizer straps.
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Hazard 4 Photo-Recon Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Front Pockets
  • 3Main Compartment
  • 4
  • 5Included Items

Protect, store, and transport a variety of gear with the Photo-Recon Evac Series Tactical Optics Sling-Pack in coyote from Hazard 4. The pack features a zippered closure, inner and exterior pockets, touch-fastening padded dividers as well as 1000D Cordura nylon and PU construction. Carry the pack with the top handle, or wear it with the padded sling strap and stabilizer straps.

Front Pockets

Top: 7 x 6.3 x 0.7"
Top front: 6.3 x 5.3 x 1.6"
Bottom front: 10.6 x 6.3 x 1.6"

Main Compartment

18.1 x 6.3 x 4.7"
MOLLE attachment points

Included Items

  • Four padded dividers
  • One stabilizer strap
  • UPC: 892821002741

    Hazard 4 Photo-Recon Specs

    Carry/Transport OptionsHandle, Sling Strap
    Type of ClosureZipper
    Interior TypeHook & Loop Dividers
    Monopod/Tripod HolderYes
    FeaturesAccessory Loops
    Water ResistanceWater Resistant (Material)
    Maximum Volume2.35 gal / 8.9 L
    MaterialsExterior: Cordura, Polyurethane
    20.5 x 8.25 x 7.1" / 52.07 x 20.95 x 18.03 cm
    Weight2.9 lb / 1.32 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight3.125 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH)21.8 x 8 x 7.9"

    Hazard 4 Photo-Recon Reviews

    Small and portable

    By Keyworth
    Rated 5 out of 5
    Date: 2022-04-13

    While this bag won't carry 4 lenses and a body, it does carry my rf 100-500, r5 and a 85mm prime, batteries and 2 gopros. The sling makes it super easy to get access into the bag with out removing it. It's ready for any known event. If you want to take all the things look at a bigger bag. If you want a small skiing backpack this rocks! With the Molly system you can add more space. I put a mini across swiss clamp on the strap meaning I can have my camera at arms length always. Great small bag. I gave mine a dual coating of waterproof spray to help shield from the elements.

    Hard core travel bag

    By Charles
    Rated 5 out of 5
    Date: 2021-07-01

    One of the best travel bags I've had. Very heavy duty and versatile.

    I love it

    By Erik
    Rated 5 out of 5
    Date: 2021-03-09

    A while ago I bought the Sony FE 200-600 G so I had to get a different bag. I don't like backpacks so I was looking for a holster or sling bag, At first I tried the Think Tank Digital Holster 150 but it’s build quality and finishing was very disappointing. So I returned it and started looking for something more sturdy and stumbled across this bag. I live in The Netherlands and Hazard 4 is not a well know brand over here. So I read and watched a lot of reviews and finally decided to purchase it. Even with higher delivery costs and import taxes I had a great deal with B & H. Now that I have it I really love it. I knew it would be a snug fit, and I don’t recommend top loading it, especially if you have a lens cover. The side opening however is wide enough to put my Sony A6400 with the FE 200-600 in without a problem. In the extra pockets there is enough space to carry extra batteries, memory cards and other accessories. And if I need more storage I will attach pouches using the Molle system. The loose lining is a major design flaw and it was a battle to get the inserts in the right position. Not a big issue for me, I won’t be changing my interior from now on. I’m also not likely to take out anything out of the bottom pocket with the bag on my shoulder, so I’m not that bothered by the fact that the strap is connected to that pocket. I use the Black Rapid breathe backpack strap, so I don’t have to deal with another strap while making full use of the excellent padding of the carrying strap. I absolutely love the over all build quality, the tough fabric, the great zippers and the tactical and, rugged design. So five stars from me.

    Wanted to love it but...

    By John
    Rated 2 out of 5
    Date: 2020-04-03

    As a Marine Corps Veteran, I was looking for a good quality and functional, tactical style camera bag. There are limited options and the Hazard 4 is one of the better reviewed brands. I love the style of the Freelance, but opted for the Photo Recon because I felt the Freelance would not be large enough to carry my gear.  The good: Excellent build quality and materials.  The bad: felt lining is not quilted or stitched down on the inside of the bag. It pulls away and makes placing the dividers a nightmare. The strap underneath the bag is attached to the outside front lower pouch and makes accessing that pouch difficult.  I was considering exchanging this for the Plan-B Hard version, but on that bag you lose the quick release buckles on the tripod straps (the tripod straps on the Plan B Hard bag are manual buckles). That bag is much more expensive (approx $220) so you shouldn't be losing features at higher price points. I'm returning the Photo Recon bag to B&H and will continue my search for a practical and functional high quality tactical camera bag. I wish they would make a larger version of the Freelance that could accommodate 2 DSLR's/Mirrorless, 4-5 lenses, external flash, along with extra memory cards, batteries, filters, etc...

    Very disappointing

    Rated 2 out of 5
    Date: 2022-03-23

    This bag is perfect if you own very little gear. If you're using small go-pro set up, it might just work out for you. The zippers are light duty, the pockets are worthless if you want your stuff to not flying out of them every time you open them. If forced and worked in, you can fit your dslr with two small lenses at best. If you plan on bringing a few extra batteries for your camera good luck squeezing them in. They could have easily added a few more inches of material in every direction, this is way undersized for what it is meant to be used for. I've been running and gunning for over a decade and have built what I consider essential gear to pack with me to cover most situations for a day of shooting and this bag I had high hopes for doesn't begin to handle it. Once you've squeezed your camera in with one 24-70 attached and placed two small extra lenses there is no room for the 70-200. find a place to squeeze in a couple batteries and have no place to put a small flash head. If you do any kind of event photography, this bag falls way short of aiding you in your task. They could have easily designed this bag larger and put more thought in the pockets design. This sling bag is just way to small to get anything done. The one great thing about this sling bag is the molle web in which you can attach all the other bags and pouch's you will need with you that won't fit in the bag. I gave this bag 2 stars because it looks really cool in the pictures, as for its function I would have to rate it at a half star.

    Military style camera bag

    By Russell
    Rated 5 out of 5
    Date: 2022-01-03

    This is a cool bag. I still have molly pouches from my military days that I have attached to this bag. I have taken this bag out for a couple long hikes. It was easy to spin around to access the lens compartment and the other pockets. The tripod stayed secured to the bag without any sloppy movement as well. Over all its a real nice bag.

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    The main compartment is 18.1 x 6.3 x 4.7". I want ...

    The main compartment is 18.1 x 6.3 x 4.7". I want to be able to carry my Sony 400 2.8 GM which is 6.2 x 14" without lens hood. Is the 4.7" dimension of the bag's main compartment flexible enough to hold this lens while hiking without the lens on the camera?
    Asked by: Donald M
    I found that the Pland-B Hard-Evac hard shell sling bag by Hazard is the only solution that allows the camera to be attached and to change lenses without danger by swinging the sling bag around to the front. The hard shell is also great for such an expensive lens. There is a picture of the lens and camera in the bag [without padding placed yet] on your site.
    Answered by: Donald M
    Date published: 2020-02-28
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