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Vanguard VEO ADAPTOR Backpack R48 Black

Vanguard VEO ADAPTOR Backpack R48 Black

VEO ADAPTOR backpacks deliver everything you would expect in a camera backpack, in a slim, stylish, modern design, with a few twists.

Each model includes a USB interface port that allows you to keep the power bank of your choice in the bag, and connect your chosen kit so you can stay charged on the go. Simply place the power bank of your choice inside the top compartment and connect it to the USB-A port inside the bag with a suitable cable. Attach your device to the external USB-A port using another suitable cable, and you can keep the power flowing with the power bank safe. Whether it's keeping your camera charged that little bit longer, or allowing you to navigate using your smartphone on a longer trip, this feature can help ensure you have access to power when you need it.

VEO ADAPTOR "R" models feature a traditional rear access for maximum protection (but the series also introduces extra wide side access into the range so you have easy access to your kit on "S" models for both left/right handed photographers). They can also be set up for top access if that is more convenient.

The VEO Adaptor R48 includes rear access and will hold a pro DSLR camera with lens attached, 6-8 lenses (up to 400mm F2.8/500mm F4 or 150-600mm zoom), flash, essential accessories and a 16" Macbook. In the front and top zippered pockets can carry a smartphone, wallet and other essentials. Inside the side pockets themselves are a selection of pockets for SD cards, cables, paperwork and more. On each side there is a large pocket with an elasticated top for a water bottle to keep you hydrated on the go. So despite the compact size, you can pack in a wealth of kit for your trip.

All VEO Adaptor backpacks allow you to carry a travel tripod to get that perfect shot on the go. This is designed to be carried in the centre of the back to ensure optimal balance as you go, with a discreet foot holder that can be tucked away when it's not needed. Alternatively, you can use the strap provided and the large side pocket to carry a tripod on the side if needed.

To carry all your kit in comfort, the VEO Adaptor includes a comfortable and ergonomic harness system, with an airflow system to help you stay cool. This includes an adjustable chest strap and a waist strap to spread the load on longer trips. When not needed, the waist straps tuck away discreetly, so they don't hang loose and flap as you go.

Constructed from 600D polyester fabric, with PU coating, the VEO Adaptor delivers enhanced waterproofing, but for wetter days a rain cover is provided, keeping your kit safe and dry, whatever the conditions.

If you're setting off early to catch the dawn, or returning late from capturing a sunset, the VEO Adaptor includes reflective stitching that is discreet during the day, but will reflect light more effectively at night, helping keep you safe.

So if you're looking for a camera bag with the ability to keep your energy levels up, check out the VEO Adaptor and #makeupyourownmind.

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