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Clik Elite Contrejour 40 - Mochila para cámara, color negro

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  • Adecuado para 1 SLR con un objetivo grande, compactos de 3 objetivos adicionales, flash y accesorios.
  • Acceso rápido a la cámara compartimiento en el lateral y parte trasera de la mochila
  • Accesorio bucles para fijar esquís o una tabla de snowboard, un casco y otros dispositivos
  • Protección fiable gracias a cremalleras impermeables y resistentes al agua y al polvo Lluvia Fly

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Detalles del producto

  • Dimensiones del producto: 31,2 x 29,2 x 69,8 cm ; 2,1 Kg
  • Pilas 1 Iones de litio (Tipo de pila necesaria)
  • Número de modelo del producto: CE610BK
  • ASIN: B0074ECTX6
  • Producto en Amazon.es desde: 13 de junio de 2013
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 4.7 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 3 opiniones de clientes
  • Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº575.574 en Electrónica (Ver el Top 100 en Electrónica)
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Descripción del producto

Otras características:
Altura: 400 mm
Ancho: 310 mm
Color del producto: Negro
Dimensión interior (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 300 x 130 x 650 mm
Marca compatible: Cualquier marca
Peso: 2,07 kg
Profundidad: 300 mm
Tipo: Mochila

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Hay muchas mochilas para transporte de material fotográfico, pero muy pocas que se parezcan a una buena mochila de montaña.
La Contrejour 40 se aproxima.

A favor --> muy buena capacidad para almacenar cámara y objetivos (4 o 5), el material va bien sujeto, las divisiones interiores de velcro permiten ajustar los espacios para las ópticas, el acceso trasero es pràctico y seguro, el acceso lateral para sacar la cámara de manera rápida es práctico, hay espacio sobrado y cómodo para cargar chaquetas, la ropa, comida y todo lo necesario para excursiones y ascensiones de 1 dia, el compartimento fotográfico está separado del resto y con acceso independiente, todo está bien acabado, y las correas para sujetar trípodes, bastones, etc. están bien.

En contra --> algo pesada (2 kg., aunque "va con el paquete" y seguramente no sea posible aligerar más) y voluminosa (puede que la 35 sea menos aparatosa). No tiene el enganche típico para piolets que llevan las mochilas alpinas (solo uno para los 2 bastones), pero puede substituirse por las correas para esquis y/trípode.
Pero sobre todo ¡cuidado con la parte baja del armazón! donde se acaban las 2 puntas laterales extremas metálicas que van por dentro. Si la mochila se lleva "baja" estos 2 extremos inferiores laterales acaban molestando. Para evitarlo hay que llevar la mochila ajustada bien alta, de manera que las 2 puntas extremas no toquen la espalda. Yo he acabado poniendo un par de almohadillas pegadas en cada uno de los extremos. Considero que éste es un error de diseño, deberian haber previsto más acolchado en estos 2 extremos inferiores que tocan la parte baja de la espalda (cintura).
Una vez he solucionado este problema, la mochila perfecta.
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Es una mochila muy comoda de llaver, buenos materiales, entra bastante material de foto,comoda para sacar el material y si se le puede poner alguna pega la poca capacidad de llevar ropa cuando el viaje es varios dias
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it's exactly what I was looking for, in term of price, it worthes to invest on it, I can put my cameras inside, many small compartments to let me put my stuffs and gears, great
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Amazon.com: 3.9 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 12 opiniones
9 de 9 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Best Bag I've found, BUT still needs improving. 22 de octubre de 2012
Por Yak - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I love the side access. I love the small zippered and velcro pockets to keep my small stuff organized. I love that this pack includes a place for a 3L water bladder.

It's pretty comfortable to wear. Seems pretty durable. Distributes weight well.

I wish it didn't move around so much while I walk. I have not taken a long hike in this yet, but I'm a bit worried about all the friction. I'll make sure I wear a compression top to reduce the friction on my skin.

The things that need fixing on this bag to make it amazing:
1) The two zippers for the opening through which you access all your camera gear . . . well they get stuck very easily because there is a lot of extra loose fabric. No need for this. Just sloppy assembly.
2) The straps that hold your tripod. The buckles work, BUT the straps that are folded through the buckle loosen quickly and easily on their own.
3) The compartment where you keep all your camera gear is really deep. So while the gear is held in place firmly length and width wise, it falls all over the place because of the depth. I put in my D700 with the 70/200 lens on the side access. In the gear compartment I keep my 24/70 lens my 50 lens, my 910 flash, My filters and a case of 8 AA batteries. Sometimes when I open up the compartment, it's all mixed up. So I've resorted to stuffing in a jacket or something to fill the extra space.

Hope this helps. It's not perfect, but it's the best bag I've found for my needs hands down (long hikes, overnight camping, skiing and snowboarding).

I have the new version of this bag and unfortunately, it's gotten worse.
Issues 1 and 2 are solved.
issue 3 from above is still a really annoying issue. Worst of any bag I've ever had.
And there are new issues.
The biggest issue is that the bag's claim to fame is completely voided by the new pack because it's shape distorts when you sling it around to get your camera. The result is that it's nearly impossible to unzip the zipper to access your camera.

This could be a great bag if they fixed these two issues.
-- deeper more sturdy dividers
-- put an aluminum frame around the camera access flap so the shape doesn't distort.
6 de 6 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Best extreme backpacking bag to date... 29 de junio de 2013
Por Sean Sharp - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I've bought and tested many bags for long (multiple days and nights) backpacking trips into the wilderness. The trick is to be able to carry all you photography gear, protect it, and still manage to carry all your must have camping gear. That said, I've always had to sacrifice on how many lens I can take and I've always had the lightest and smallest camping gear - but never has a company come so close to making a bag able to carry so much. I give this four stars because Clik almost made it with this bag. I'm a big guy and carry a lot, so I wish they made a bigger version... then it would be 5 stars. The camera compartment is great, although when you cram a lot into the gear section, the gear does compress the camera section and even makes the velcro of the top section come loose. You can fit lots of clothes and even a small, super compressed sleeping back and tent into the out side gear pocket. Then I had to use an additional, large compression sack to place all my remaining gear - then attached that large compression sack to the outside of the pack and used outside ski straps of the back to secure the compression sack. It did work, and worked quite well. However it did keep lots of the weight higher on the bag. My wish for the bag: two strong straps at the bottom of the bag to secure gear and for the bag itself to be taller and wider and to have a much larger gear section. All that said, I carry a lot of gear and food and once I figured out how to rig it, the bag did one hell of a job staying strong and getting me through a week in the CO high country. I highly recommend this bag!
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Built To Last 7 de mayo de 2014
Por laidback4sho - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Adjustibility: Everything is fully adjustable on this backpack.
Comfort: Backpack rests mainly on the hips, making for a super easy hike.
Durability: You can't beat this thing to death. Super high quality materials, including zippers, make this a top-notch backpack.
Roominess: I've seen bigger (that's what she said), but this thing will hold quite a bit.
Looks: Online photos don't do this backpack justice. Not by a long shot.
Practicality: The side camera access is definitely something everyone should try out. Having experienced how easy it is to get at my camera this way, nothing else even comes close.
Protection: Camera compartment is almost too well-padded. Unless this thing falls out of an airplane, your gear will survive. I can't be any more straightforward than that.

I've owned this backpack for a few months now and I couldn't see myself using anything else. This thing is as close to perfect as I've found. Hope this review has helped. Peace!
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Clearly designed by a photographer, for photographers. 23 de mayo de 2014
Por theNinja - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Oh, how I love this bag.

We had only just met and I decided we should go on a caving expedition in Vietnam. This bag not only held my camera, four lenses, three flashes, and a number of radio triggers, but it had space for a change of clothes, batteries, and a water bottle.

That alone would be enough. But the more you use this bag, the more you realize... "hell yes".

There are a few very well-positioned reinforced straps at different corners of the bag that make picking it up and putting it in places (overhead compartment bins, trunks, etc) super easy. The side access panel is fantastic, and my tripod was held secure. It started raining while we were in the jungle, and the built-in rain cover easily came out and covered the bag.

After weeks in jungle, caves, sand, and water, this bag is only a little dust... on the outside. If you want a bag that can handle anything you throw at it, buy this one.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Really nice bag 24 de mayo de 2015
Por Helpful Reviewer - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Really nice pack. You can search on Youtube for Improve Photography Clik Contrejour 40 review and you'll see my review of this bag. It's excellent for longer trips where you need to pack clothing as well as camera gear. Very happy with it.