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DSLR backpack that can fit P3P Amazon

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by KeyEngineer, May 31, 2015.

  1. KeyEngineer

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    I am planning to go on trip and I need a backpack for P3P. Can anyone recommend a affordable DSLR backpack that can fit a P3P from Amazon Prime. Thanks!!
     
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    Last time I checked it was sold out.
     
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    I found it in stock at Amazon. $44 and free delivery. Thanks. Hopefully I got the right one.

    AmazonBasics DSLR and Laptop Backpack - Orange interior
     
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    My German is a lot a but rusty :D But, it looks like the right backpack. It's available on Amazon if anyone is looking for the same one.
     
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    I have sent for this back pack I believe they are being shipped now, it even has a safe storage slot for an I Pad.

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00XPWEUSI/ref=pe_385721_37038051_TE_3p_dp_1
     
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    Can anyone update if this backpack can still fit the Phantom 4? I think the overall height has not changed much but the landing gear is quite different...
     
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    This is mine. Love it. Well built, great design & storage & P3 fits with props on. . I take them off for going through airports, but once on the ground and trucking around, I keep props on for fast deployment.
    Backpack designed to fit the DJI Phantom 3 ADVANCED or PROFESSIONAL and accessories by Microraptor Pro CasesTM (Tan Backpack, Black Foam) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00ZPPF0GE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_QB9txbT8VJX5C


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    That is a great looking pack, do you have a pic of it totally loaded? and the weight? I don't remember seeing it before :)
     
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    This is made by the same folk who make my hard case- Microraptor. Same setup inside basically.
    The opening at the top of photo holds the charger & cable.
    It holds 6 batteries (1 in bird, 5 in cutouts) only showing 4 here but one More space under front right prop.
    There's also a front zipper compartment to hold accessories where I have the extra gimbal dampeners , spare SD cards, my gps unit and more. Another on the backside (Under the top that's folded open) where right now I've got the zipped off legs for my pants. Handy.

    When traveling or packing in a loaded car I can take props off. But usually around town or when going flying they stay on.
    Also hard to see but there are 2 plastic posts for each prop to hold them in alignment with case so you don't close the case with them turned out & possibly damage them.

    Very well thought out.

    The space on the left has foam inserts you can pull out as much or little as you want or put in 4 hard dividers. I keep my iPad, level and other accessories there.
    And excellent customer service.
    The first week I had it I broke one of the clips that held the bottom of the backpack strap onto the case and the strap was incorporated into the pack. Couldn't just slip it out.

    I was leaving for a trip in 4 or 5 days.
    They sent me a new she'll right away and I pulled the foam inserts out of all the places they have them and sent it back to them.
    No charge. Very cool.

    Last- it fits in overhead bin- straight in on most planes. Maybe not regional small jets.
    I fly Southwest all the time and it fits in their bins.

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