Ape Case ACPRO4000 Digital SLR and Laptop Roller Backpack (Black)

Ape Case ACPRO4000 Digital SLR and Laptop Roller Backpack (Black)

Ape Case ACPRO4000 Digital SLR and Laptop Roller Backpack (Black)

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Product Highlights

  • DSLR/70-200 and 4-5 Lenses,16.0" Laptop
  • Water-Resistant Nylon Exterior
  • Movable, Padded Hi Vis Yellow Dividers
  • In-Line Skate Wheels/Retractable Handle
  • Adjustable Harness System/Waist Belt
  • Rear Tripod Holder
  • Zippered Internal Accessory Pocket
  • Water Bottle Holder/Cell Phone Pocket
  • Includes Pull Out Rain Cover
  • Lifetime Warranty Against Defects
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The black ACPRO4000 Digital SLR and Laptop Backpack from Ape Case may be small in stature but it's sure large on function. Within its 15.4 x 19.25 x 10.1" / 39.1 x 48.9 x 25.7cm frame is a backpack that will hold enough gear to keep you going for a long time. The interior is rated to hold your DSLR with a 70-200 f/2.8 attached as well as another 4-5 lenses, accessories as well as your 16" / 40.6cm laptop held in its own padded and secured compartment. A touch fastened tab holds the laptop in place. However, it doesn't stop there. Zippered storage compartments can be used for small stuff like filters, cables, adapters, and memory cards.

The bag is made with a tough water-resistant nylon exterior and also comes with a built-in, pull out rain cover that can be rapidly deployed when you're caught in a rain storm. An adjustable harness system allows the bag to be tailored to your body and the sternum strap keeps it balanced while walking.

Inside, there are multiple movable Hi-Vis Yellow dividers that can be configured to fit your gear and that also help illuminate the interior when in low light. As mentioned, there's a separate computer compartment as well as a large mesh accessory pocket for filters, maps, cleaning cloths, or business cards. That is complimented by another cleverly placed zippered pocket within the back flap. Inside that area you can store more accessories like cables, pens, and adapters.

A real neat feature to this backpack are the dual wheels that retract underneath the bag, held in place by a strong tab system. When deployed, the wheels extend outward and are supported by a pop out retractable pull handle for easy navigation through airports and parking lots. The pull out wheels also act as a stand that holds the pack up vertically when stationary.

For the nature photographer, there's a handy tripod holder comprised of a tuck-away pocket for the feet and adjustable strap for the legs. Water bottle holder and hidden cell phone slot finish off this well-priced and full-featured pack that is backed by Ape's lifetime warranty against manufacturer's defects.

Designed to hold and easily transport SLR, digital SLR or digital video cameras, and a wide variety of accessories.
Secure, padded laptop carrying pouch with room for power cords, memory sticks, and other laptop accessories.
Designed with multiple Hi-Vis Yellow compartments that can reconfigure to hold different cameras, lenses, and flashes; yellow dividers making seeing contents easier in low light.
Smooth rolling in-line skate style wheels make transporting your equipment a breeze; when wheels are extended, the stand they are on can act as a stand to hold pack upright.
Retractable pull handle.
Fully adjustable harness system ensures maximum comfort.
Retractable any-weather rain protection system keeps valuable equipment dry.
Padded pouch secures laptops up to 16" / 40.6cm.
Reconfigurable Hi-Vis Yellow interior makes finding your equipment easier.
16 heavily padded pockets and compartments.
Carry-On Form Factor
FAA and airline carry-on specifications are subject to change without notice, please check with your airline before designating this case as a carry-on item. Most airlines require carry-on items to have an external linear measurement that is equal to or less than 45" / 114.3cm. The external dimensions of this case add up to 44.7" / 113.5cm.
UPC: 810598012374
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Ape Case ACPRO4000 Digital SLR and Laptop Roller Backpack (Black)
  • Built-In Rain Cover
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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    Ape Case ACPRO4000 specs

    Material Water-resistant nylon
    Type of Closure Zippers
    Exterior Dimensions 15.4 x 19.25 x 10.1" / 39.1 x 48.9 x 25.7 cm
    Interior Dimensions 13.1 x 16.9 x 6.5" / 33.3 x 42.9 x 16.5 cm
    Laptop compartment: 12 x 14.5 x 1.75" / 30.5 x 36.8 x 4.4 cm
    Carrying/Transport Options Adjustable harness system
    In-line skate wheels
    Retractable pull handle
    Weight 9.4 lb / 4.3 kg
    Packaging Infoxauedysquavbwbffeyssd
    Package Weight 12.3 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 23.5 x 16.0 x 11.5"

    Ape Case ACPRO4000 reviews

    ACPRO4000 Digital SLR and Laptop Roller Backpack (Black) is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 85.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Purchase ever! The ape case literally is saving my back. I carry around 50 pounds of equipment with me when I go on shoots. I love how deep the case goes so it will hold everything I need. I like having the option of either carrying as a backpack or just using it as a wheely case. I love love love that the wheels aren't completely attached the back. Everything about this bag is just ah-mazing! Plus price wise, it totally fit in my budget. Don't get me wrong the other bags were nice but I needed something that looked cool, was going to save me from going to the chiropractor, and had all the function and awesomeness that I needed. This. bag. is. it!
    Date published: 2015-01-23
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not perfect, but suits its purpose Let's start with one thing - This pack is NOT small in stature - I got this pack to replace a large Tenba shootout that I've been lugging around airports and wanted something with wheels. It makes life a lot easier, and the dual use (i.e. - backpack/rolling bag) is great. I have two issues however: 1. It is very cumbersome (a lot more than I thought it would be). 2. (and this is the main issue) - zippers tend to get stuck, which makes for an annoying tug of war sometimes. Other than that - it's good, has a lot of compartments and fits a heck of a lot of equipment (I fit a D7000 +5 lenses (180, 85, 50, 35 and 24-120) + 3 flashes and still have room to spare). Bottom line - not perfect, but suits its purpose (making my back's life easier) well.
    Date published: 2013-07-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Can carry the load and then some First it is well made and will protect your gear. Many configurable options. I carry a gripped DSLR, wide, mid, and long zooms (all f2.8), several large speedlights, and the gadgets, gizmos, filters, flash head soft boxes, folding reflectors, etc. most would ever need along w/ are decent tripod. If you needed more, your shoot would need an assistant and a 2nd case would be all that one would likely need outside of a full blown Hollywood video shoot. For traveling shoots you can either attach you luggage to it or vice versa - very flexible. However, it is not a sling or walk around pack, it is for getting your gear to and from.
    Date published: 2012-03-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just what I was looking for! I travel a lot for business and never leave home without my camera, however, carrying a bulky camera bag and Laptop bag are cumbersome until I found this. It seemed to be just what I was looking for, and now that I have it, it is perfect. With additional pockets for files and being able to move the sections to the size I want for my camera, lenses and other paraphernalia it couldn't be better. It is sturdy, made of a good strong material and the wheels provide a smooth roll. Only downside is that it doesn't fit in all overhead bins on flights as it is just a little too deep so have to remove the Laptop sometimes.
    Date published: 2012-03-08
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great case with lots of space I don't own too much camera equipment, but the bag has plenty of space for a camera, two lenses, two portable hard drives, a flash, a point-and-shoot, 13 laptop, and plenty of left over space for other goodies. I was also forced to check the bag on my way to the Caribbean, and upon arrival, I was pleased to find that none of my items even looked like they had moved from their original position, and that no items were damaged. Case also has very smooth rollers and is easy to maneuver through the airport. Overall, highly recommend this case to anyone. I'm sure the bag also makes a great carry-on bag if you remove all of the compartments.
    Date published: 2013-08-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from good travel pack Apecase4000 review, I held off on the apecase4000 review until I had a chance to really try it out on a cross country trip with a tight transfer in Atlanta airport. Let's start at the beginning, what did it hold for me, 1 full size DSLR, 1 medium large zoom, 1 medium fixed focal length lens, 1 full set of macro rings, 1 large sunpak flash, 1 small bower slave flash, 1 medium large hand held video camera, 1 4/3rds Olympus E-PL1, 1 small fixed focal length 4/3rds lens, All the above the chargers, with cords, a few filters, a medium size table top tripod, a small gorilla tripod, 1 15.6 inch laptop with charger, wallet camera and flash manuals, a few USB cords and flash drives, a few small personal items, umbrella, eyeglasses. Well if that doesn't sound like much let me add that the inner camera equipment storage area is double padded with big padded Velcro dividers and I believe I had room for a couple more things if I want for exmple two more medium size lenses or whatever. So how did it go. I felt like the back pack was pretty heavy but I tried it on. I could pack it on my back for a few hundred yards if I had to but I didn't. I depended on the rollerbladers wheels which share one long common steel axle. They run smooth as butter. I really wouldn't want to try a laptop bigger than my 15.6 which was comfortable, I believe they specify that it can fit a 17 laptop. The Apecase has a big fold over top flap that fits very nicely and snugly over the top of the pack. Unbuckling this flap reveals the zippered padded laptop pocket so you can get at the laptop if you want to boingo around at the airport without having to break into the double padded photo equipment compartment. But if you need to quickly pull out the DSLR two zippers under the flap it rides at the top of the pack so you can grab it out without having to digging to deep. How did it fly? Once inside the group 3 of the coach cabin the pack rolls down the aisle with less than a 1/4 to spare due to the side pockets but because they are low on the pack they squeeze thru rolling right down the aisle. Now can I get this Apecase into the overhead compartment? Yes! But not easy, it seems at least for Delta Airlines (I did say the transfer was in Atlanta right) the height of the overhead bin is 14 this is a very tight fit for the Apecase. But I pushed and I pushed and I pushed and squeezed it in. Perhaps I could be a little more efficient with the outer pockets next time but all in all a great success. Finally there is a pull out kickstand that keeps it from toppling over when you park it upright even with another carry on hung over the extended handle. Just to add in there were some buckles on the side for a full size tripod or a yoga mat I suppose that I didn't use. That's it.
    Date published: 2012-01-20
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Big, well built, cheap and somewhat impractical Pros: Very good build quality, good wheels, tons of pockets, can carry lots of accessories, built-in rain cover, cheap. Cons: Zippers are hard, noisy and numerous, not enough protection for the laptop sleeve, the bag with the (removable) rolling cart is exactly one inch too big to fit in regional aircraft bins (especially with low cost carriers). For the price it's great and I use it to lug around tons of gear if I'm travelling by car. I can have photo gear, tripod and light stands strapped to that one bag. However, the bag is problematic with some airlines/aircraft due to it being slightly too large by one inch. If you intend to travel by air, this may not be a good choice.
    Date published: 2017-11-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Flexible Roller Backpack The backpack adjusts to the back very nicely without hurting my back. The yellow padding inside helps to locate your gear fast especially at dawn or at dusk if for some reason I do not want to use a flashlight. It is possible to take off the rollers when there is no need for them: rough terrain, or possible problems with some domestic airlines (the official measurements of the ASPRO4000 matches almost exactly that of the international airlines). It is also possible and easy to to take the internal bag out of the actual backpack. The padding of the internal bag and the actual backpack is cushioning, and gives a great sense of protection. One less thing to worry about when shooting. I use my Ape with a Nikon D800, AF-S Nikkor 85 mm, AF-S Nikkor 70-200 mm, PC-E Nokkor24 mm, SB-910 flash, laptop, and other gear.
    Date published: 2013-07-18
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