DSLR Camera and Mirrorless Backpack Bag by Altura Photo® (Light Traveler) | Overview Video

DSLR Camera and Mirrorless Backpack Bag by Altura Photo® (Light Traveler) | Overview Video


Hello again, Izzy from Digital Goja
showrooms and look, yet another Altura backpack. This one is called The Light Traveler
and look at what all I can fit in there, but it’s small, if you like this video please remember
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visit Digital Goja showrooms. Now, this is one of their newest ones to their
backpack lineup, it’s the Altura Photo Light Traveler, it’s a smaller design but
it still made out of really nice material this is what they call an 840D
waterproof nylon very well meshed together, again it has padding throughout and
remember the zippers are fully covered by this outer area to guarantee that you
don’t get excess debris or water in case it’s raining now this guy doesn’t open
from the back like the big brother this guy is actually a front-loading but wow
there’s that nice design very well padded nice velcro I love the fact that
they had this elastic compression band because this is meant to make sure that
your product doesn’t fly out especially when you’re holding it up and you have
yet another nice pocket over here so you can store some more accessories and
here’s another section for a tablet and remember that the interior is fully
customizable so you can move this around depending on the gear that you want to
take along so all these dividers have velcro and they can be completely pulled
out so that way you guarantee you get to fit the product that you want to take
along with you, again, very well-defined nice pocket up front plenty of place for storage here’s yet
another pocket and notice how it has padding in the back so it gives you nice
lumbar support and a clip so you can hold it much firmly and load straps, again,
they thought of everything very well done the exterior the height
is 14.5″, it’s 5.5″ in depth and you also have 9.8″ in
length. The interior dimensions are 9″ x 4.5″ x 14.35″ and
notice that here your storage compartment where you can put batteries
and whatnot you actually have an area which this actually protects to cover
the zipper so you don’t scratch your equipment what I like about this pocket is that
you can take your favorite tablet with you so here we have an ipad even this
guy which is very wall padded because I use this guy out on the field so this
guy going here with no problem and this guy is even very rubberized so I can
take this guy on the field and not mistreat it, so I gotta make sure it lasts. So
basically what you have in here is you want to make sure that you don’t take
anything that’s wider than 8″ and about 12″ in length, so yeah I
would say an iPad or some of the smaller netnooks that are out there or tablets
that will work perfectly in here now let’s take a look at how well this fits
equipment inside now you can customize this guy however you want but here I’m
using very popular DSLR this one is a Rebel, it’s about 4.5″ in height,
you don’t want to go anything higher than four and a half inches so
you should be able to also fit a smaller size DSLR like this if you want to put
it with a grip and here it’s with a 18-135mm but then I have way more pockets,
have 6 more pockets that I can customize if you want to take a longer zoom
something like my 70-300 Sigma if it’s lying down you won’t be able to stand it
up but you have plenty of room for other lenses, LED light, strobe, here I have yet
another pocket so I can put triggers in here I have my prime Tamron lens in here so I have plenty of
room plus I have another pocket here where I can take along my filters and
some extra memory cards and batteries tablet if you choose to. You have another
pocket up front right here and this guy you can take some cleaning supplies I
always take a hurricane blower and of course a microfiber along and of course
typical Altura, you’re going to get their their accent very well padded handle so
that way even if you want to carry, because again, this is a small bag and
I’ll show you because I want to wear it next to show you how small it is it
actually looks pretty small in a larger guy like me but it does the job and
again it’s more enough that you can take it on you onto any airplane because
it’ll fit in the overhead and underneath the front seat and don’t forget you have
your side pocket for a tripod so here I happened to carry along might be free
from Manfrotto I’ve had great results nice and small you feed it through the
loop because this is adjustable here so you can adjust depending on the size
tripod and then open up the tripod flap and you’re going to put two of the legs
right in there to hold a secure close this back up and then pull on this guy
so that it’s nice and secure and it doesn’t go anywhere so now hangs on your
side very easy to work with you can work with, again, small tripods or monopods let’s
take a look on how to wear this guy. Now, to get this ready first you place your gear in here and
then you want to loosen the shoulder straps so these guys are nice and loose
and then you adjust them yourself so you loosen them up so they’re set for larger people
especially like myself see? that’s how it loosens it up and you
also want to loosen this guy which is the one that is for the sternum so you losen this up also so you have plenty of room and then as
you put it on you tighten it up now as I said this guy is completely adjustable
but notice how small it is, very easy to carry you can carry it with your hand
very comfortable now you have to loosen everything up especially for size like
myself I have to loosen the shoulder straps the lumbar support the sternum,
everything is pretty much maxed out, but if your normal size human being this is very easy to work with. Alright,
so now you put this guy on and remember you have your sternum strap here I have
it again pretty much extended to the max alright so now and this is moveable up and down you
can adjust it depending on what feels comfortable for you so you don’t choke
yourself clip it and then you can tighten it up to the way that it suits
you best. So this is nice and comfortable for me
here now I pull on the load so that it doesn’t ride too low on the back and
there you go, again this holds it in place so if you have to
do some heavy running or moving or climbing, which I’m not going to do any
of that, it holds a nice and taunt so that gives you great back support
especially with the lumbar support here with the padding it does a really good
job and again I’m taking a good amount of gear but you can make this a lot
lighter it all depends on how much you want to take with you for a day of
shooting so again in the market for a smaller backpack? Take a closer look at
the Altura Photo Light Traveler Happy shooting!

6 thoughts on “DSLR Camera and Mirrorless Backpack Bag by Altura Photo® (Light Traveler) | Overview Video

  1. Good size for day hike. Assume someone wants us to dehydrate so they can pick our remains for the gear…seriously, a question: If I want to keep a camera outside of the Altura Light Traveler while hiking or roaming around – how do you suggest securing a medium size DSLR or Mirrorless with a "walk about " lens?

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