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EVOC Stage Capture 16l rucksack £137.41 @ Amazon
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EVOC Stage Capture 16l rucksack £137.41 @ Amazon

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Posted 13th Jun
This is a bit niche but for anyone looking for a great camera backpack. I have been looking at a small pack to carry my dslr whilst mtb. The evoc has space for a hydration bladder. I haven’t found this feature on equivalent Lowepro models.

Product Description

Very light and compact system camera backpack for unlimited bike tours.
Features
Easy to organise thanks to the fully folding camera compartment.
Camera at all times thanks to built-in side access.
Optimal air circulation on the back thanks to AIRFLOW CONTACT SYSTEM.
Ideal for mountain biking or mountain sports

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From the EVOC website:


Our lightweight EVOC STAGE CAPTURE 16l is a camera and sports backpack all in one. It sits perfectly on the back, offers maximum air circulation as well as space for the hydration bladder, plenty of stowage space and good protection for a system camera, making it the ideal companion for professional or keen amateur photographers with a yen for action.

SPECIFICATIONS
16 l, 1100 g,
External dimension: 50 x 27 x 16 cm,
Camera compartment: 19 x 24.5 x 11 cm
Individually adjustable camera compartment with padded compartment dividers.
Simple, efficient organisation as the camera compartment cover can be folded right back on itself.
Camera can be accessed at any time thanks to integrated side access.
Separate compartments for personal items, a 3-litre hydration bladder and sunglasses.
Optimal air circulation on the back due to the AIRFLOW CONTACT SYSTEM.
BRACE LINK allows the shoulder belt to be flexibly adjusted to fit the carrier’s shoulder width.
Ideal for mountain biking or alpine sports.


N420 D HD PU COATED
High-quality, extremely strong nylon fibres make this material exceptionally hard-wearing. A durable PU coating provides the fabric with waterproofing properties. In addition, external impregnation of the fibres ensures that water simply runs off the surface.
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"Material composition: 100% Silk"
Really??
Haha.rich kids toys haha
BaskaB14/06/2020 02:37

Haha.rich kids toys haha


Did you read the description?
Look at price, camera may included?
DealHugger13/06/2020 23:52

"Material composition: 100% Silk"Really??


Didn’t notice the silk bit. Updated the description with details from the EVOC website
41087538-Ijgqa.jpgGot this one from aliexpress a couple of years ago. Fits canon 6d +spare lens and set of filters OR x-t30 + spare lens +filters (all in the top compartment) +two bottles of water and some snacks in the bottom one. Perfect for hiking. And cost around £10 delivered (at least it did a couple of years ago). Surprisingly well made, no rips or lose threads or broken clips.
Hmm looks like iphone lovers will love this product at this price:)
k00ba14/06/2020 08:56

[Image] Got this one from aliexpress a couple of years ago. Fits canon 6d …[Image] Got this one from aliexpress a couple of years ago. Fits canon 6d +spare lens and set of filters OR x-t30 + spare lens +filters (all in the top compartment) +two bottles of water and some snacks in the bottom one. Perfect for hiking. And cost around £10 delivered (at least it did a couple of years ago). Surprisingly well made, no rips or lose threads or broken clips.


I was gonna suggest as well, that I found for hiking sling bags are more suitable as long as you don't primarily shoot on tripods. Maybe try to find some old stock/SH of Kata bags (they are now part of Manfrotto), they are really well made and cost way less than this EVOC. They don't have the water bladder compartment though unless you use the laptop compartment for it. The airflow probably isn't going to be as good either.

I do wonder if you actually need a camera bag. You can use one of those cycling bags you probably already have, and add a camera pouch inside it. When you cycle, you can mount your camera on the shoulder straps using Peak Design Capture:
peakdesign.com/pro…ure
Depending on the bag you use and the way you cycle, it may or may not suit you.
DealHugger14/06/2020 13:11

I was gonna suggest as well, that I found for hiking sling bags are more …I was gonna suggest as well, that I found for hiking sling bags are more suitable as long as you don't primarily shoot on tripods. Maybe try to find some old stock/SH of Kata bags (they are now part of Manfrotto), they are really well made and cost way less than this EVOC. They don't have the water bladder compartment though unless you use the laptop compartment for it. The airflow probably isn't going to be as good either.I do wonder if you actually need a camera bag. You can use one of those cycling bags you probably already have, and add a camera pouch inside it. When you cycle, you can mount your camera on the shoulder straps using Peak Design Capture:https://www.peakdesign.com/products/captureDepending on the bag you use and the way you cycle, it may or may not suit you.


In the one I posted I'm able to attach small tripod (Slik sprint mini) to the side of the backpack.
k00ba14/06/2020 13:57

In the one I posted I'm able to attach small tripod (Slik sprint mini) to …In the one I posted I'm able to attach small tripod (Slik sprint mini) to the side of the backpack.


I think all the Kata ones will allow you to do that too. For normal hiking bags, it is very common to use the anchoring points originally designed for trekking poles etc. to attach tripods.
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