Kata DR-465

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Brand
Kata
Bag Type
Interior Size
12.99 x 5.9 x 7.48
Exterior size
13.3 x 6.29 x 16.9
Weight
2.27 lbs (1.03kg)
Material
Exterior: Reinforced Nycore grid fabric Interior: TST rib structures protection Interior: Yelloop an
Colour
black
Bag Holds
Up to two digital SLR cameras, one with mounted lens, 3-4 additional lenses, flash, additional acces
Bag Capacity
1 or 2 bodies and 3 lenses or more

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The DR-465 Digital Rucksack features a unique TST RIB structural protection for two D/SLR with mounted lens, 3-4 lenses, flash etc. + personal gear. By removing the padded bottom camera insert you can easily convert this rucksack from a camera bag to a daypack when not shooting.
The main compartment holds a D/SLR in top grip position while the modular dividers system will separate, organize and protect lenses, flashes and other accessories to suit your particular needs.
The large top compartment will hold personal gear or additional equipment, and the internal pockets and mp3 player pouch will allow you to organize your personal effects as efficiently as your photographic gear.

* For 2 D-SLR Cameras with 3-4 Lens Kit
* Reinforced Nycore Grid Backpack
* TST RIB Structural Protection
* Removable Padded Bottom Insert
* Modular Divider System
* Yellow Elements Rain Cover
* Molded Carrying Handle
* Adjustable Padded Backpack Harness

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I use the bag for a 40D with pretty much all my equipment (40D with Tokina 11-16 attached which goes in the middle empty space in the, along with the 60mm macro, 50mm 1.8, 28-135mm IS, and 430 EX in the bottom compartment; with the 580EX II and 55-250 IS up top.) The 40D with the 11-16mm on with all those other lenses and flash around is a perfect fit.

But the 465 does not have the tripod holder like the 467 , the 467 has a laptop compartment, which looks only to add marginally to the bag. I would have gotten the 467, but again, for me, the more compact, the better. I just needed a compact bag that would fit the 40D better.

It's not too big like those camping looking backpacks... looks cool, yet does not scream "camera bag with EXPENSIVE EQUIPMENT. The bag screams quality. Even has a rain bag to cover it from rain. I can fit a ton of gear as you can see in the pics...
You'll need to put a longer lens like the 70-200 in the upper compartment, which could hold a second boy with mid size lens, lunch, a jacket, etc...
Reviewed by Guest July 21, 2014
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I use the bag for a 40D with pretty much all my equipment (40D with Tokina 11-16 attached which goes in the middle empty space in the, along with the 60mm macro, 50mm 1.8, 28-135mm IS, and 430 EX in the bottom compartment; with the 580EX II and 55-250 IS up top.) The 40D with the 11-16mm on with all those other lenses and flash around is a perfect fit.

But the 465 does not have the tripod holder like the 467 , the 467 has a laptop compartment, which looks only to add marginally to the bag. I would have gotten the 467, but again, for me, the more compact, the better. I just needed a compact bag that would fit the 40D better.

It's not too big like those camping looking backpacks... looks cool, yet does not scream "camera bag with EXPENSIVE EQUIPMENT. The bag screams quality. Even has a rain bag to cover it from rain. I can fit a ton of gear as you can see in the pics...
You'll need to put a longer lens like the 70-200 in the upper compartment, which could hold a second boy with mid size lens, lunch, a jacket, etc...

Equipment list in bag

Camera Make/Model
Canon 40D
Equipment in bag
Canon EOS 40D+ Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8
Canon 430EX Speedlite
Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II
Canon EF 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM
Canon 60mm F/2.8 EF-S USM Macro
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