Trans­forms eas­ily from a photo back­pack to a split photo/day­pack

NPhoto - - Test Team -

Back­pack > £100, $93 > www.lowe­pro.com The Tran­sit is de­signed to work equally well as a full photo back­pack or as split photo/ day­pack. The lat­ter is the more ver­sa­tile and us­able con­fig­u­ra­tion: after piv­ot­ing the bag on its left shoul­der strap, a side-ac­cess flap en­ables you to grab a cam­era and lens.

In split con­fig­u­ra­tion, there’s enough space for up to four ad­di­tional lenses and a flash­gun in the main com­part­ment. The sep­a­rate up­per com­part­ment is a gen­er­ous size, and the rear sec­tion will hold a lap­top of up to 15 inches.

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a back­pack that’s too small, or too flimsy to pro­tect your kit.

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Like the Lowe­pro this back­pack can be used as a split photo/day­pack or full photo back­pack, though it’s not as easy to use in full photo mode.

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