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The Bumblebee-222 UL backpack features a combination of technology, materials and design which embody the ultimate essences of lightweight protection without compromises. It will fit a Pro DSLR with up to 70-200 F/2.8 lens attached, an additional camera body, 4 lenses, flash and accessories, or a compact camcorder with accessories. It will also accommodate up to a 17'' laptop. The bag is designed with a double compartment concept: In the lower compartment there is a special padded camera insert, Cocoon Pouches and Aeriform Dividers to fit the camera/camcorder with accessories, while in the upper compartment there is plenty of space for personal effects. When needed, the lower compartment can be emptied of the padded dividers and pouches, and the zippered partition between the two compartments can be opened to create one large storage space. A variety of external pockets will store items you need rapid access to, such as wallet, phone, water bottle, etc., while the double purpose pocket at the bottom front of the bag can be used for either additional storage or as a docking base to secure a small tripod.
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