Travel and explore with the ideal optics backpack.
Your destination: to view wildlife with a spotting scope, adapter for digiscoping, camera, binoculars and personal items. The carrying solution: a modular optics backpack that offers protection and flexibility as you travel and observe. Three padded compartments allow you to customize your kit—add or subtract to suit your outing.
The carrying solution: a modular optics backpack that offers protection and flexibility as you travel and observe. Three padded compartments allow you to customize your kit—add or subtract to suit your outing.
• Customize the interior with everything from a spotting scope to binoculars, a camera to personal items.
• Need a tripod for your scope? Attach it via a foot cup and compression straps for a secure fit.
• Place items you want to quickly grab—field guide, notebook, pen, etc.—in a roomy and organized front compartment.
Fits: spotting scope, tripod, binoculars, compact camera, digiscope adapter, field guide, personal items
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Andreas Christensen is a volunteer with the Santa Rosa Bird Rescue Center in Sonoma County, California. She enjoys photography and hiking, and recently field-tested the Scope Travel 200 AW backpack from our Optics Series with her camera gear.
“I’ve enjoyed using the Scope Travel 200 as a camera bag as I hike. If feels very comfortable on my back—so much so, I barely noticed it when I’m hiking, even when its loaded with 2 cameras, an extra lens, binoculars, a water bottle and odds and ends. I like the front compartment that has smaller pockets and places for my phone, keys, pens, spare memory cards and granola bars. A few times, I brought along a very long telephoto lens, and it was great to have that extra-long compartment in the middle of the pack to protect it. I liked that I could keep my camera body attached to the lens. The two padded compartments on either side of the center kept things in their places and well protected.
I love that this pack has a handle on top and on the side, and not just the shoulder straps. The straps are very comfortable, and I like that the chest strap is adjustable. I appreciated how easy it is to roll up the excess strap ends and hide them away so they aren’t flapping around while I hike. I also really like the material the bag is made of—it feels sturdy and is very quiet when I’m walking.”