Good day, friends! Today I will tell you about a photo backpack from some Xinquan.
The look of the bag. It can be seen that they tried to do something youthful and sporty, but they obviously went too far. It would be possible to remove colorful inserts and vertical lines, it would obviously be better without them. The dimensions of the backpack are 370*270*150mm.
The inscription is embroidered, the material of the backpack is polyester.
A zipper with two sliders passes through the entire front part, behind which the main compartment for photographic equipment is hidden.
On the left side there are mounts for carrying a tripod. Lower straps with Velcro, upper straps with drawstring.
Phone pocket on the right side.
Back view. For ease of wearing, a soft lining made of some material with a mesh is provided.
Bottom view. It would be possible to make plastic inserts so as not to stain the backpack.
View from above. The handle is made of kozh.zama in brown. The lines are even.
Let’s get acquainted with the pockets throughout the bag. On the front there is a hidden plastic zipper with a dog (no markings on it). Inside deep (240mm) pocket. Can be used to carry a tablet.
The straps, as well as the belt support, are made of the same material. There is a length adjustment.
We open the backpack and get acquainted with the decoration. Here I would like to note that I use the backpack at the moment and it is completely filled with me. So it will even be in place. So, the bag does not have a rigid frame, the inner walls can be transferred and form any mesh. What I didn’t like right away was the presence of a zipper on the outside of the backpack, and not on the back. That is, anyone can open my backpack and pull out the equipment, while the lightning behind my back would solve this problem. In this case, you can squander equipment in the amount of more than 100t.r. It will be a shame.
For fastening the walls, Velcro is used on the sides of the backpack. In total, I managed to place 8 lenses and a camera with a battery pack at the same time. With this arrangement, the weight of the backpack tends to be huge, but the straps are easy to hold and do not press on the back.
The reclining part also provides for the placement of any personal items. There you can put a charging station with a wire to charge the camera, flash memory, synchronizers and more.
Did I like the backpack? Rather yes than no. My comments are mainly on the design of the main camera compartment and the awkward patterns on the front. Pluses are large capacity, good tailoring (and quite strong) and multiple partitions to form any grid. And that’s all for now, thank you all for watching!