Unpacking the SUV at the trailhead. The sense of anticipation is palpable. It's your first outdoor getaway in nearly a year and your new camera rig has you more than ready to give it a shakedown cruise. Your friends look approvingly at your new Lowepro Rover Pro 45L backpack. And why not? It carries plenty of gear for an extended backcountry excursion, while providing secure storage for your pro-sized DSLR plus attached 24-70mm zoom lens — plus some handy accessories, like 3-4 extra lenses, flashes or specialty mounts, and tripod.
A side pocket provides room for up to 2 liter hydration reservoirs (not included), so you won't be fishing for an unwieldy water bottle along the trail. And your gear will be close at hand, because it's accessible through both the top opening and the front hatch-style portal. Transport a tripod or monopod with the side-mounted tripod cinch, and have it ready for a stable shot in seconds. There's really no better way to have all the features you demand for safe and convenient transport of your photographic gear, and the flexibility you need for easy backcountry travel.