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The Freelance™ is the right-sized padded sling for most SLR's and larger mirrorless systems with extra lenses. Like our Evac™ packs, this small photo-sling can be rotated from back to chest for quick access. The Freelance™ also includes molle cutouts on the front, a tripod tie-down area, and a movable divider system - heavily padded construction for ultimate protection. A great pack for the adventurous camera man. Easy to use with plenty of padding to keep you gear protected during during a quick get-a-way.
_ a just-right sized padded sling for most SLR's,
and larger mirrorless systems with extra lenses
_ rotates from back to chest for fast gear access
_ movable divider system and thermoformed back
_ 3 large external pockets, one with admin area
_ molle covered main strap with locking buckle
_ molle cutouts on the larger front velcro-patch field
_ tripod tie-down area and multiple grab/carry handles
_ 1x 1” Stabilizer strap
|External Size||~14.9" L x 9" W x 7" D (38 x 23 x 18 cm)|
|Total Gear Capacity||~15.4 L (938.7 cubic inches)|
|Product Weight||~2.1 lbs.|
|Care Instructions||See product tag|
|Main Material||Invista® 1000D Cordura®; PU x2 water repellent coated for superior water resistance.|
|Design||Long Beach, California - In-House Team.|
So let me start by saying this is by far the BEST photo bag I own by Hazard 4 and I own all 3 of them that I know of that they make. The Plan B, The Objective Large ( currently using), and now the much awaited for Freelance. Each bag has its purpose and they are all very nice.
I have no fear of my gear getting damaged and they all have enough pockets to fit my field equipment, filters, batteries, chargers, etc...
The only drawback is I shoot with a full frame body with a battery pack attached to the bottom of camera body which is quite common now , and I really wish the Freelance camera compartment was just a bit bigger as my full frame won't fit :-(. Even if I put a smaller lens it just doesn't fit . So I will use it for my crop frame with the battery pack attached as that fits just fine.
I currently carry both the Objective for the full frame and then the Freelance for my cropped frame and all my field asseceries.
Iam sure if I took off the battery pack and put on a small 20mm lens the full frame might fit but running of of batteries is like running out of bullets.
All in all the Freelance is an amazing Field bag for any photographer who plays alittle harder than most while in the field.