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Manfrotto Befree Camera Backpack

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Price 124.96
Our Price 79.00 65.83 ex. VAT
You Save 45.96 (37%)
Manufacturer Code MB MA-BP-BFR
Description

Manfrotto Befree Camera Backpack

Enjoy the new Manfrotto Advanced Befree camera backpack with new sleek design and bigger rear access!

This camera backpack is big enough for both your large DSLR kit and personal belongings too. The lower compartment holds a medium level DSLR camera such as Canon 5D Mark IV with a 70/200 mm f/2.8 lens attached and up to 6 additional lenses. The padded camera compartment features the Manfrotto Protection System and is concealed close to your body at the back of the backpack, to give your valuable camera gear maximum security. There is also plenty of space for your personal belongings in the upper compartment. The laptop compartment can hold a 15'' laptop and a 9,7” tablet and can be opened easily without moving your camera equipment or personal belongings, which is handy at airport security checks, for instance.

The Manfrotto Befree Camera Backpack can be used as a camera backpack, a laptop backpack or a daypack. The internal dividers can be removed and the lower and top part of the backpack merges by simply collapsing the partition between the two sections and Befree Backpack becomes a travel daypack in a instant. This backpack from the acclaimed Advanced collection is made of tough, high performance materials. You can carry your tripod in 2 ways: either secure it with the strong side strap or protect it further inside the expandable tripod pocket.

The new Befree Advanced tripod series fit perfectly there. The same pocket can be used to carry a DJI OSMO or OSMO mobile. There are several internal and external pockets and pouches to organise your accessories and other possessions. A rain cover is included for wet weather. The versatility and practicality of this smart bag design and the added security of access from the back gives professionals and amateur photographers peace of mind on day trips and long-distance travel alike.

Features:

  • Rear access for your camera and lens
  • Holds a 15’’ laptop and 9,7’’ tablet
  • Fits a medium level DSLR with 70/200 mm f/2.8 lens attached
  • Befree Advanced Tripod stays protected in expandable side pocket
  • Cabin size friendly, rain cover included
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Amount to finance:
71.10
Deposit Required (10%):
7.90
Payment Deferred Term:
12 Months
Monthly Installment:
2.31
Term:
48 Months
APR:
16.9%
Monthly payments will commence 12 months from the date your agreement starts and will be payable on the same day in each subsequent month. We will tell you the due date of the first repayment. If you settle the outstanding balance before the first repayment is due then we will waive all interest charges and just charge an administration fee of £29.00
Please note the above quotation is an indicative cost and actual monthly payments may vary by +/- 2p per month.

Manfrotto Befree Camera Backpack

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