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Lightweight Trolley Camera Backpacks

Lightweight Trolley Camera Backpacks

Our Price: $138.40

Product Code: ATLBKPK2


Lightweight Trolley Camera Backpacks

These Lightweight Trolley Camera Backpacks made by A
tlas are designed to house and transport a full-sized laptop/tablet PC, 2-3 DSLR/35mm/video cameras and numerous accessories including lenses, flash units and tripods. Their unique design employs a removable cart system that allows our Lightweight Trolley Camera Backpacks to easily transform from a camera case to a backpack instantly. Transport all your gear effortlessly with the wide-stance, roller-blade quality wheels. Then quickly remove the cart system and use as a backpack to hike off to your final location. Our Lightweight Trolley Camera Backpacks feature a padded secure compartment designed to fit a range of laptops with screens up to 17' in size (screen measured diagonally) and one tripod holder while still having room for multiple accessories. The shoulder harness system is padded and contoured for extra comfort and durability.

  • Fits D-SLR Camera, 4-5 Lens Kit
  • Holds Notebook with Screen up to 15.4 in.
  • Water Resistant
  • Padded Interior
  • Padded Inserts and Adjustable Dividers
  • Tripod Mount
  • Backpack Harness
  • Built-in Premium Wheels
  • Spring-loaded Trolley Handle
  • Plenty of Pockets
  • See-through luggage or business card pocket
  • Tuck-away waist strap
  • Durable leather grab handle
  • Side compression straps with quick-release buckles
  • Adjustable Shoulder Straps
  • Easily Transitions from Rolling Cart to Backpack
  • Cameras and accessories shown in picture are not included
  • Black exterior with Orange padded interior
  • Outer Size - 23 x 15 x 9 in.
  • Outer material made of Nylon and leather made handles
  • Interior is made of Nylon and Cotton-padded
  • Weight - 8 lbs.
  • Handle telescope up to 20'; Inches high
  • Multiple removable dividers for a wide range of storage capabilities

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