Summarizing Of Brevite Jumper Issues

The bottom is a configurable camera cube to hold a dslr, single lens, or drone. And both sides have zipper access to your camera gear no matter which side you stored it on. Not only is it versatile and comfortable but it is practical. I also like that it looks like any other backpack out there. No one may guess that you are hauling several thousand dollars of gear in it. I am curious to see how the leather holds up over time.

While the back support is somewhat padded, it’s not very thick nor does it breathe well. A tripod can be further secured with a thin nylon strap with a metal hook that clips to the side of the bag. While the Brevite won’t deal with heavy storms or a solid drenching, it would probably be ok with a few showers (this is more of a city-style backpack). Others, like Brevite, make bags that tick most boxes at a fraction of the cost. I’d never heard of Brevite until this review came up, so I was keen to give one of their bags a shot. Is a laptop bag and carry-on bag/personal item in one.

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The laptop pocket drops all the way to the bottom of the bag and will hold a 15″ laptop. I prefer bags that have a false floor for the laptop sleeve, so your laptop sits off the ground – again I worry about the damp seeping in. There are two adjustable straps for tying down a tripod or a jacket and thus expanding the bags carrying capacity. The Brevite Jumper Backpack has a simple and minimal style both inside and out.

From a simple and small mirrorless system like mine to a full-size DSLR – the Brevite Jumper Backpack will carry it with ease. The front pocket has an excellent solution for storing all those little photography accessories. The top of the bag features a padded nylon grab handle so you can either hook the bag up on a peg in your favourite coffee house or carry the bag. The lower half of the front has a full zippered access panel.

Flipping the bag back to the front, there’s also a medium-sized zippered pocket that we’ve been using to keep our tech gear organized. Inside, there are four mesh pockets—two on the front flap and two against the back wall. They’re more accommodating to larger accessories than other mesh pockets we’ve seen on bags, and we like having this flexibility with what we can pack. If you’re not carrying one, you can slip a smaller tripod in this pocket instead, and secure it in place with the strap above the pocket.