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PostPosted: Wed Nov 27, 2013 9:31 pm 

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Hi All

Has anyone any experience of using this in the field as it were?

Looks like just what I am after. But not seen one in the flesh and non of my LCS have one to look at.

A rucksack that can take DSLR 7D with a 17-85, 50mm prime, a 10-22 and a 70-200 plus tripod as well as having space for other items as I am often out for the day in the hills. Alone

It seems to give better easier access to the camera when using the lower access area to grab quick shots and easy access to the spare lenses compared to offerings from Lowepro. (Rover 35 AW I think suits my needs best) The Tamarac ones don't seem to be designed with walking in mind and don't appear as weather tight?

Does anyone have any other suggestions to look at, other than the Lowepro or Vanguard..

Many thanks

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