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Which is the best backpack for pv+

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Discussion' started by Birdeyedrone, Feb 2, 2015.

  1. Birdeyedrone

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    I've been looking for a good backpack for my pv+ as my peli case is to big and heavy to take with me on days out.

    I like the look of the http://goprofessionalcases.com/gpc-vision-backpack.html any reviews would be appreciated

    Does anybody recommend any other backpack ? I see there is lots on a well known auction site but don't look very durable

    Also is the bird ok in these kind a backpacks for a long walk i.e. no damage to the gimble etc?
     
  2. Mako79

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    Used the KingKONG 40 for 9 months now. Relatively cheap but durable. It configurable for cameras and has quick access areas.
    Ive taken on many 3 hr treks and it very comfortable.

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Fancier-KingK ... 566c9113c1

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    Looks pro and also discreet.
    Fits 4 batts/vision plus controller/tool box.
    Has raincoat.
    And if you forget to zip the main section, the phantom will never fallout.
     
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    I have the Go Professional backpack for the P2 Non vision and I really like it. Very well made, plenty of room for all my FPV gear and lunch (with room to spare). But most important, it is comfortable to wear for extended periods.
     
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    It shouldn't matter, but just so you know - you are in the wrong forum group if you are interested in V+ specifics.
     
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    Looks very good bag nice price too! I am concerned about the gimble in any backpack with it being vertical when carrying.
     
  8. Mako79

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    Just use the stock clamp and lens cap. If you are going for long treks or taking your phantom on a plane, get a rubber band and place it around the gimbal arm and clamp to stop the clamp from sliding out.