Adventure Photography Camera Bags by Clik Elite
Clik Elite Adventure Photography Backpack Escape - Holds a lot of camera gear
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Escape
Get into the out of doors and Escape the daily grind

4.75 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(7 customer reviews)

$230.00

4.75 out of 5

Beloved for it’s balanced approach to flexible organization, mobile comfort, and high-performance. The Escape offers enhanced features such as a tip-out tripod sling and an outer stash pocket.

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Product Description

Beloved for it’s balanced approach to flexible organization, mobile comfort, and high-performance. The Escape offers enhanced features such as a tip-out tripod sling and an outer stash pocket.

Product Features

  • Quick-stash packet behind outer organizer stows a jacket on-the-go, or supports small tripods
  • Tip-out tripod sling carries larger tripods centered on your back
  • Dual access to top pocket provides access with top flap open or closed
  • Dual-zip access to camera bay offers fast access to equipment (11”x 18”x 7”)
  • ChestPort™ and accessory compatible attachment points
  • Hydration compartment fits up to a 2 liter (70oz.) Hyrapak brand bladder
  • Hide-away rain cover
  • Modular organization with Cradle Lens Dividers™ plus a Camera Nest™ insert

Additional Information

Color

Grey, Black

Features

Hydration Ready, Rainfly, Tripod Storage, Fits Telephoto Lens, ChestPort, Fits DSLR Probody Camera, Fits Ipad

Tech. Specs

SKU # CE705
Colors Grey, Black
Camera Size Probody SLR
Gear Rapid access, fully configurable camera bay. Holds a
medium sized pro set of camera gear.
Such as: Nikon D3x w/ Nikkor 70-200mm f/2.8G ED VR II (Reversed Hood), +
Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8G ED + Nikkor 85mm f/1.4D, + Nikkor 60mm f/2.8D Macro, +
Nikkor PC-E Micro 45mm f/2.8D ED, + External Flash. Or Cannon 1Ds w/ Canon
70-200mm f/2.8L IS II, + Canon 24-70mm f/2.8L, + Canon EF 85mm f/1.2L II USM,
+ Canon EF-S 60mm f/2.8 Macro USM, + Canon EF 14mm f/2.8L II USM,+ External
Flash
External Dimensions 24"H x 12.0"W x 11.0"D
61 x 30.5 x 27.9 cm
Camera Compartment 18.0"H x 11.5"W x 6.0"D
45.72 x 29.21 x 15.24 cm
Internal Storage 11"H x 9.1"W x 1.9"D
28 x 23 x 5 cm
Total Volume 1358 cu in.
22.25 L
Weight 5 lbs
2.26 kg
Will hold iPad YES
Hydration Sleeve YES
Rain Fly YES
Laptop Storage n/a
Tripod Storage YES

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7 reviews for Escape

  1. 4 out of 5

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    Have the escape now a couple of months, and have to say it is a fine bag. It holds enough gear. carries super well. It is really suited for a camera with a long lens attached.. Quick acces to it from the top. The top compartment is just big enough for a small lunch. Under the top-compartment you can fith an jacket etc.

    The only minor cons I have with it is, that the tripod attachemt isn’t the best when using bigger heavier tripods. As I got the bag to do surf/bodyboard photography (long lens), a heavy tripod is a must at times (windy beaches). there is a work around to attach a bigger tripod, but it is not ideal (although I have to say, even with the heavy one, it still carries perfect, without lot of stress on your shoulders). the other minor thing is, the layout of the bag isn’t really suited to then carry a second DSLR body with lens attached. Or maybe it is possible, but I just haven’t found a way yet. A CSC with lens extra is no problem though.

    Also it isn’t really suited for urban (scateboarding) trips, so might have to get the pro-express for that.

    But overall, I am very happy with it, and hope to take it on many surf/bodyboarding trips.

  2. 5 out of 5

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    I’ve had this bag for about 2.5 years and have no complaints. I’ve hiked many miles with it and have carried it in montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Minnesota, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Tennessee, Florida, and the Virgin Islands. It’s held up very well to my use and abuse. I think it’s best feature is it doesn’t look like a traditional camera bag. It looks like a hiking backpack and doesn’t draw attention to it. Good work clik elite!

  3. 5 out of 5

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    I have a lot of Clik bags and I love every one of them, but Escape is absolutely my favourite. It provides ultra-easy access to the primary camera on top of the bag, I can charge it with 2 pro bodies + 5 lenses(including a 400mm f5,6) plus other accessories and still have a bag that doesn’t hurt my back after several hours of walking and shooting. Top pocket is great to put personal items that you need to usa without opening the enitre bag. The tripod carrier is perfect for my gimbal+3 section big tripod and last but not least the gray color is great for keeping the bag less warm than black ones. To keep it short I love this bag, it’s rock-solid, comfortable and so practical in use, simply amazing.

  4. 5 out of 5

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    Absolutely superb. The second bag I bought in a month, but this one just works. Yes, it doesn’t have quick access or swivel access, but it doesn’t give you back ache after 2 miles of hiking! 3 lenses (including 100-400), filters, air rocket, 2 batteries, cloths, flash, charger, 5D mk3, lens caps, a couple of magazines, tripod on the outside, two bottles of water, a few more bits and I can carry it onto an Easyjet plane (without tripod) and put it under the seat! I cannot fit much food in there after all that for days out, but I can go all day long with it on – fits like a glove. Also when the chest strap is done up I can use the tripod attachment of the 100-400 to sit the camera in front of me ready for action. Love it. Well worth the money. Good work chaps.

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