Mochila Urban L para equipamento fotográfico resistente à água 14L
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- Marca: K&F Concept
- Compre K&F Concept mochila urban l para equipamento fotográfico resistente à água 14l online, frete grátis e garantia de devolução de 30 dias.
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- • A K&F Urban L é a versão maior da linha Urban. Com dimensões de 46cm de altura, 28cm de largura, 14cm de profundidade, ela suporta ainda mais equipamentos que sua irmã menor, a Urban M.
- • Possui um compartimento especial projetado para laptop de até 14 a 15 polegadas, protegido com bolso acessível próximo das costas.
- • Feita de Nylon 840D, repelente à água e resistente a rasgos. Divisórias internas de Placa PE + espuma EPE, forte e sólida, para manter seu equipamento totalmente protegido contra choques. Capacidade 14 litros
- • As alças de malha respirável e as costas ergonômicas e bem acolchoadas mantêm você fresco e confortável; A cinta peitoral ajustável mantém as alças presas nos ombros e ajudam a reduzir o impacto do peso nas costas; Desenvolvemos para a Urban L um vão nas costas, especialmente projetado para prender a mochila no puxador vertical de malas de viagem, facilitando o transporte em aeroportos, hotéis etc.
- • Você gosta de bolsos? Nós também! Colocamos vários deles na Urban L, para que você possa guardar carteira, celular, mapas, lanterna, além de todo tipo de acessório de fotografia: cartões de memória, baterias, cabos, carregadores, filtros, fones de ouvido, etc. Os bolsos laterais, por fora da mochila, podem transportar tripé e garrafa d'água.
Frequently Bought Together
Mochila multifuncional para câmera DSLR
Amplo compartimento acolchoado para laptops / notebooks Compartimento frontal e bolsos laterais para tablets, arquivos, bateria, cabo, tampa da lente, garrafa de água e muito mais.
Tamanho da mochila
Dimensões LxWxH (cm): 28 * 14 * 46
Firmemente fixado no ombro
Alça de ombro confortável e ajustável
Modelo mede 180cm de altura
Coloque na mala
Pode acomodar laptops de 15 polegadas e outros itens pessoais
Atenda facilmente às suas necessidades de fotos de viagens
Bolso para itens pequenos
Drone e DSLR
Nylon 840D repelente à água
Alça de peito
Good purchase! Sleek camera bag, comfortable, lots of rooms, and it comes with free rain cover!
Lot of space.
Before buying this bag, i was using small sling backpack for my camera gear. As my lens collection increased, i needed a bag with little more storage. After looking through number of bags on Amazon i came across this bag.This bag has a lot of storage. It comes with more than enough velcro dividers. Compartment size can be easily customized and elastic straps help to keep everything in place. There are also zip pockets for smaller item's. The bag materials seems water resistant but, it includes a rain cover fir bad weather.On the outside, it has pockets on sides for small tripod. It can hold my lenovo thinkpad easily. There is more than enough padding for safety of the gear.Looking at the high quality, i believe this bag will last a long time.
Large capacity backpack with refined details contained in a casual sort of look
This backpack is terrific. It has a large capacity and lots of zippered spots, room for a laptop, and lots of velcro dividers for the main compartment. It could really be used for any purpose, not just photography.On the outside, it's made of a nice gray canvas sort of material that is water resistant. It looks and feels great, and I love the front black leather zip pouch and the K&F Concept logo etched in on the vertical black leather accent--- very subtle and classy looking, really puts the whole backpack look together.You can unzip nearly the whole front side of the main compartment, which is really nice and makes loading and unloading a breeze. The backside of the backpack is where the zippered compartment for your laptop or tablet or whatever is. It fits my 15.6" laptop with ease, but I don't think you could fit much larger in there. Like the main compartment, it's padded with the sort of nylon liner material. The liner is a kind of slate blue and again, barely visible, the K&F Concept logo is repeated all over it as a pattern. You can't even tell unless you're looking at it closely with the light shining on it the right way. I love subtle details like this, it really shows the thoughtfulness and effort put into the design.The main compartment can fit a boatload though. I'm fairly new to photography so I still have a lot of room to grow to add filters, and lenses, and whatnot, but for now it holds my camera, a gimbal stabilizer, a lens, my little phone lens kit, a small flexible tripod, and some other little knick-knacks, and I still have lots of room.The arm straps on the backpack are very padded with a very comfortable mesh material. The backpack also has a side pouch on either side for quick access things--- like a tripod or a water bottle or whatever. It holds my rather large 62" tripod fine.Oh, a pleasant surprise, it also comes with a nice little nylon-like rain cover to help protect your gear from a sudden downpour.While it is such a great backpack, and the details and look and feel are very polished, it still does seem a little pricey to me, but when you want the best I guess it's going to cost you. It's definitely an end-game photography backpack, I think, and I definitely recommend it.
Compact Camera Backpack
K&F Concept is a good name in the budget yet quality camera gear field. I have used their quality filters for quite some time and it was a no brainer for me to go for their brand when I was searching for a compact backpack to hold my - Nikon d750 / 24 - 70 lenses/ 50 mm prime and the 10 mm ultra-wide-angle lens in the same bag. There is even space for an ultra-compact 16-inch tripod but I dod not have that presently. The compartments inside the bag are flexible and you can reassign them depending on your requirements. Also, there are additional pockets to hold filters, extra battery and memory cards. The exterior material of the bag is of premium quality and I am sure it would not get wet on a splash of water.
More Velcro and storage compartments than you will likely ever need
The K&F Concept camera backpack is great for packing up all your gear and getting out to nature. It is large, but still easily carried and has a ton of padding inside it.There are 3 pockets on the outside and more inside. The side outside pockets are good for a water bottle or a compact tripod. I personally preferred having the tripod inside the case. The pictures show configurations with a tripod both inside or outside. I just felt that having it on the outside was asking for trouble in terms of it falling out or swinging and hitting someone. I had plenty of room to store it inside with a camera, extra lens, and a bunch of filters. On the inside of the lid there are additional pockets. The three large ones are see-through and zippered. The zipper tucks under a stretchy flap which should prevent the pouches from opening by mistake. There are also 2 small pockets which open using overlapping flaps. These seem well suited for extra memory cards.The main compartment has Velcro strips on all 4 sides and the bottom. There are 7 small padded dividers, one medium divider, and 2 long dividers. These can all be rearranged in to whatever configuration best suits the gear you are carrying. Also included but not mentioned in the product description was a rain cover with elastic on the sides. This folds up in to a small size but is useful for covering the front and sides of the back in wet weather,With the bag loaded up as you see in the pictures I went on a 3 mile hike. I found the bag to be very comfortable and not heavy on my shoulders. There is a small waistband for around your front, but I didn't even need to use that on a short hike. There is a good amount of padding on the straps as well as the back of the pack. The back padding will help to prevent sweating in hot weather. The top handle is also well padded.This was my first time using a camera backpack and I thought the K&F bag was well worth the money spent.
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