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Backpack K&F Concept KF13.096 Review

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    Posted: 31 August 2020 at 14:56
Hi,

Just added a brand new travel backpack from K&F Concept to my collection 2 weeks ago. I already own 2 Lowepro backpacks since many years but I wanted another one merging the advantages of the previous 2 and allowing for less gear load.

This backpack feels solid and its design is pretty unique.

It is a 2 shoulders straps backpack designed to carry 1 camera and 2 lenses as of photography gear.
I have used it with the A99m2 with 28-75/2.8 and tamrno 15-30/2.8

The rooms to prep the photography gear is opening as a drawer. More than uncommon that's very unique.
The pouches for batteries and memory cards are situated in the dawer opening.




I like the fact that the main body of the backpack is collapsable/extendable. It's very important so that I can keep it with me in cabin of the airplanes.







This backpack is chacking all the marks I needed:
> Slot to slide the laptop
> 1 place on the side for the tripod
> 2 shoulders straps
> Weather sealing






Interestingly it is possible to carry 2 travel tripods: 1 on the side, the other rolled on the top.
For the rest I had filters, chargers and clothes in the main body of the bag.

Considering the offer, the price tag is far from expensive with a mere 70 USD.

If interest you'll have a 10% OFF discount:
> Using the code AKBXQUTH on Amazon

> Using the code FRKF10 on K&F Concept

As usual you'll find the video version of the preview and review of this backpack on youtube.



Have a nice day.



Review of K&F 13.096 Backpack


Preview of K&F 13.096 backpack

Edited by djfoxy - 01 September 2020 at 15:14
 



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Thanks for that- I'm not very familiar with the K&F brand
a77ii- and some Sony/Minolta A-mount lenses.
a7riii- Zeiss Loxia 21mm, Loxia 35mm Loxia 50mm, Loxia 85mm, Voightlander 110mm Macro, Sony 24-105mm, Sigma 100-400mm.
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Originally posted by wetapunga wetapunga wrote:

Thanks for that- I'm not very familiar with the K&F brand


I have to say I had bought some of their circular ND variable filters in 2013 or so and it was full of color casts kind.

I took one of them last year and it end-up to do the job correctly. For the price tag I decided to stick with the brand.

Now it is clear to me that K&F is remodeling/reshaping its brand, its image in a way and I can see that their products are more interesting and competitive now than it was in the past. Considering that they set themselves as some-sort of entry-level price or low-premium price if you will, it's worth the try because the quality of their overall products has increased.
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