Manfrotto has launched a new camera backpack boasting three different carry options, introducing the Manfrotto Pro Light 3N1.
The signature feature of the Manfrotto Pro Light 3N1 is its versatility to be worn as a backpack, sling or cross backpack.
The new Manfrotto backpack comes in two models, the Pro Light 3N1-36 and Pro Light 3N1-26, and are designed for professionals who carry photo, video or drone equipment.
Both models have been designed with a harness system that employs side release buckles for swapping positions and can be configured for each of its three modes. They also feature a waist belt to keep the pack close to the body.
The Manfrotto Pro Light 3N1-36 camera backpack holds 3 camera bodies and 5 lenses in photo mode or a Canon C100 with handles and lens attached, mic., 3 additional lenses and a backup body in video mode. In drone mode it carries a DJI Phantom 4 drone with transmitter and a DSLR camera with 3 lenses.
The Pro Light 3N1-26 camera backpack can either be 100% dedicated to image making gear or the top compartment can house fragile personal items. In photo mode, it holds up to 2 bodies and 5 lenses; in video mode it carries a Canon C100 with handles and lens detached, microphone, 3 additional lenses and a backup body.
What’s more, both Pro Light models feature a padded pocket that can house a 10in tablet or 15in laptop.