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|Product Length:||10.25 inches|
|Product Width:||5.13 inches|
|Product Height:||9.0 inches|
|Product Weight:||4.24 pounds|
|Package Length:||18.3 inches|
|Package Width:||11.6 inches|
|Package Height:||11.4 inches|
|Package Weight:||4.7 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 4 reviews|
|Average Customer Review: ( 4 customer reviews )
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2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
Pretty Good Jun 15, 2011
By J. Park
I've taken this bag with me on a few trips. It barely fits under the seat in front of you on a plane. The bag can get heavy at times like many other bags, and if you wear loose shirts, you may not notice the ventilation built into the pack. The rain protector is a great feature, I've already used it a few times. The access to the camera is nice, but the areas that have velcro seem a bit poorly thought out. I think there should have been a flap over the side pocket to ensure better security of the camera, as well as protect the inside of the bag from the elements; it's not the best sealed area (yah the place where the camera goes). The ergonomics on your back are definitely comfortable initially, and the padding is thick, but the size is a bit protruding and cumbersome in urban settings. All the stitching seems very well done compared to many other name brand bags I've encountered. The exterior bottom has a nice waterproof flat surface making it easy to stand upright as well as sit on wet surfaces without too much concern. There could have been a water bottle attachment. The number of walls to separate your equipment is pretty standard. The zipper seams are very good, you're definitely going to be able to keep dust out on a windy day. And if all else fails you've got that built-in rain cover. It would have been nice if they added a secondary pocket in the other pad opposite of the side the rain cover is located for small personal items or even a slot for memory cards. There's a section for a laptop or other items of equal size and dimension. It's a useful place for your boarding pass or other documents.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Ergonomic Nightmare with a Tripod Holder? Jan 24, 2012
By J. Brogan
I've been looking at several different camera bags and decided upon the Vanguard Up-Rise 46 over the competition because of the integrated tripod holder. I own a Vanguard Alta Pro 264AT and assumed that the Vanguard camera bag with tripod holder would hold my Vanguard tripod. I was wrong. The tripod holder is no more than a pocket that unzips from the side to hold the tips of your tripod's legs. Then you're left to lash the tripod to the side using the same straps that you have to unhook in order to access the main compartment. That's the point when your tripod drops off your bag when you attempt to change a lens.
Overall, I thought the layout of the bag was extremely poor and awkward. Aside from the side-access for your SLR there really is no quick or easy access to anything else with this bag. I kept it for a few hours and just couldn't get my gear situated where I could get reasonable access to it. I've decided to return it and get a Tamrac insteady.
Great bag Nov 03, 2011
By Phil's Photography AZ
When I received this bag I was very impressed with the quality construction and the material used seemed as so it would last for quite some time. This bag is very comfortable from the Vanguard air flow system to the thick padded straps. It has plenty of compartments for any hike you may plan, enough to fit 3 lenses including a 70-200mm 2.8 with two bodies and a speed light if your good at tetris. Overall I love this bag for what I currently own in my list of gear.
Check out my Flickr photostream to see where this bag has gone.
1 of 2 found the following review helpful:
Excellent but with one big downfall which wrecked my head, So it had to go. Apr 05, 2012
By Gary Martin
I bought this bag after reading reviews elsewhere on the net.. Got the bag and filled it up with my gear, It was quite comfortable but there is one thing that I absolutely hated which should be fixed on all there bags.
THE RAIN COVER, Its in the most stupid place, Its in a zippered section on the shoulder area of the bag. So when the bag is on your back it feels like there is a hump on the bag and it doesn't sit properly on you back. This is a no no and it made me sell the bag straight away. I would have loved it if this was not the case.. The Skyborne series doesn't have this rain cover in this pocket, Its around the front where it should be. come on Vanguard sort it out. I already have 2 of your up-rise shoulder bags which are the best shoulder bag I have ever used. I will buy an Adapter 46 from you if you put a rain cover in it.. Some people live in countries that have alot of varied weather (Ireland). No rain cover is no good to me.
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