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Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by kosval, Sep 28, 2016.

  1. kosval

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    Hi ,
    I'm searching on internet a backpack for P3 advanced for outdoor use. They are many .
    Does anyone knows if the Thule Perspektiv SLR Backpack TPBP101 (not the dayback) fits the phantom 3?
    On the official site it dont have the dimensions because it's old one .
    General i'm looking for a backpack like the above one , nylon for outdoor use mostly and lightweight and my badget is about 200 euro.
     
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    I wouldn't think it'd fit. Get one of the Non-OE backpacks that are pretty much identical to the DJI unit. Doesn't weigh much and I would the you could walk all day with it in you back; I find it to be very comfortable, especially at $40 via banggood.
     
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    That's too much money for a soft shell. I really like my hard shell backpack. It's comfortable and I can bang into tree's, etc, without worry and it doubles as a quick table in the woods
     
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    Yup, that's the one. Love it. Been heavily traveled (in Eire with it right now) and it's not let me down...
     
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    If you travel short distances with your P3, you don't need hard shell truly unless you want to have one. Other backpacks are available for $30 -100.


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    I'm not travelling with my drone , i just want a soft backpack for storage and a 1-2 hours trekking. I 've seen the cheap and the manfrotto - style backpacks on allixpress and i don't think it will lust for a long time. That's why i'm looking for that budget backpacks once i will buy backpack.
    My problem is that in my place they are not shop with this stuff to go with my P3A and see if it fits ,so i have to order it via internet. That's why i'm asking your opinion.
    Thanks
     
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    At the firts post i mentioned the Thule Perspektiv SLR Backpack TPBP101. I asked thule company if it fits the P3A and they responded that it's not. Because my instict was telleng me that it's not true ,
    i searched on internet the Technical specifications and i found this site Thule Australia » Products » Camera Bags & Cases » TPBP-101 Perspektiv Backpack . After that i finally bought it and i was right . There is plenty of space for accessories , it doesn't press the motors , has more dividers than you need ( of course i didn't use tham all) and high quality. I know it's expensive but a backpack of that money it's worth it.
    I attach images below:
    IMG_20161004_142409[1].jpg IMG_20161004_142346[1].jpg IMG_20161004_150500[1].jpg
     
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    Yes, you're right - that's utterly INSANE money for a camera case.
    I'm pleased you're happy with your purchase. Just take great care not to drop it on one of your treks as I don't think it'll offer your kit much in the way of shock protection, especially on the bottom corners where the AC motor arms are most vulnerable.
     
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    I have one of those.
    I treat it pretty rough. It gets strapped on my four wheeler.
    It was getting scuffed up quite a bit and looking ugly.
    Then I noticed that there is a thin plastic covering over the "hard" shell.
    I pulled that plastic off and it looks nearly new.

    Certainly not a heavy duty case, but well worth the money.
     
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    Hi, I enjoyed watching your review. Sadly though, I ordered a backpack from Ebay just before I watched it. Fortunately, I ordered the same backpack, the one last one in your video clip. I'm hoping to get it in 3-4weeks. It's being shipped from HongKong.

    Btw, you do have more of your video reviews in YouTube, don't you? May I have the name of your video channel?

    Thanks!
     
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    If you click the name below the video, it will take you to that persons channel. Here's a link to my UAV list :) - UAV Phantom 3 videos and reviews - YouTube
     
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