Cabela's Cabela S Trail-Camera Backpack

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Cabela's Cabela S Trail-Camera Backpack -
Pack and protect your trail electronics in one easy-to-carry backpack. Features an 8mm-thick closed-cell-foam body with 4mm-thick foam dividers covered in soft tricot fabric to protect game cameras and other fragile gear. Seven interior dividers allow for multiple storage configurations, and the front pocket hosts a removable zipper binder to store those little things that can easily get lost, such as memory cards, batteries or USB cords. Interior vinyl mesh pockets and elastic loops keep gear organized. Two front bungee accessory loops hold tripods, walking sticks or other gear. 600-denier polyester. Imported.
6.5"H x 12.5"W x 7.5"D.
Camo patttern: Next Camo® G1™.
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Good, But Could be Better

This backpack is a good concept and the design is good, BUT it could be tweaked to maximize space for other items and be even better. The folder that holds batteries, SD cards and a few other items is nice. Other than that, there's really not much additional space for other equipment such as python cables, hand saws or pruners, GPS and/or accessories, etc. As it stands, there's really only space for your camera's and maybe a few items, not much more. Before I'd used a scout pack to carry camera's and some features of that would be useful on this pack. The pack is fairly short in height (I actually like a waist belt on packs but can live without), making it a little longer and having either an additional cargo area on the bottom or a pocket (like sleeping bag compartment style) for miscellaneous gear or items would be useful. On one side of the pack is a handle, which is nice, the other side has nothing. A pocket on that side such as those designed for spotting scopes would also be useful for various items and where I put hand saws, pruners, etc in other packs. And finally, the front that zips open where the folder sits has a little extra space, but that could be wider, maybe enough to put in python cables or other items. Overall, a good idea and I'd get another, but it does have room for improvement in maximizing useable space for other items.
OtsegoHunter at Cabelas on 04/21/2013

Works for me

I purchased this backpack in order to carry multiple video/still cameras into the field. Never could have done this with the size of video cameras a few years back. I now have the ability to carry two video cameras, one POV camera and a DSLR so that I have multiple filming options when I head into the woods - even an extra lens for the DSLR. The pack carries ok, however the chest strap is useless as the pack rides pretty high. The tripod bungee cords are useless unless you have a very lightweight tripod. Overall, its a handy item to have, no major regrets.
PaHoot7 at Cabelas on 04/03/2013

Trail Camera Backpack

This backpack enables to me to keep all my cameras and accessories together and also to store
55BullGator at Cabelas on 08/20/2013

Trail Cam Back pack

Built very well, could have bigger compartments and more outside pockets
baja454 at Cabelas on 08/27/2013