This is the smallest camera backpack we offer. Compact, lightweight, and functional. The Jumper uses dividers to configure your camera setup.
Please note: The Jumper is not compatible with the Brevite Insert.
Dimensions: 17" x 11" x 5.5"
5 Killer Colorways
⚫️ Triple Black
🌊 Moonlit Blue
🌲 Pine Green
🌕 Boulder Tan
🍋 Lemon Yellow
Customizable To Your Needs
Removable padded dividers allow for a:
- Full frame camera.
- 70-200 lens or DJI Mavic drone.
- Two additional lenses.
Quick Access Door
Need we say more?
Front Access Door
Simple yet sophisticated. Has all of the functionality you need to get the job done.
Side Tripod Strap
A well placed G-hook and an expandable water bottle pocket to help keep you steady.
Bottom Tripod Straps
Good things always come in pairs. Two tripod holders for double the steady.
Enough Room For All The Necessities
The Raddest 1995 Mixtape.
Back Panel Passport Pocket
✅ Fits up to iPhone 11 Pro Max.
✅ Fits your Passport.
✅ Fits your Boarding Pass.
🚫 Emotional baggage.
🚫 More than 25 scrunchies.
🚫 PB&J Sandwich.
Front Organizational Pocket
Smart and stretchy.
16" Macbook Pro Laptop Sleeve
Because it's hard to edit photos on a 13".
Fit Guide: 5'3"
Listens to Nirvana.
Successfully raised her Tamagotchi.
Fit Guide: 5'8"
Exclusively wears plaid.
Questions what happened to Crystal Pepsi.
Fit Guide: 6"
Recently downloaded Netscape.
Prized possession: N64.
- camera bag
I’ve used my bag for about two weeks and it’s ideal for my setup as an everyday carry bag. Easily fit my laptop and computer accessories, camera, extra lens and few small accessories and be set. It’s helped me scale down what I actually need to carry on a daily basis; just the essentials. My only complaint is when I fully load it out and it’s heavier, the straps are a little uncomfortable, but Brevite has better options for heavier loads. This bag is perfect for EDC, essentials. I love that all the inserts can come out and it’s a regular bag too. Great flexibility.
First impression very positive. Still have to take it for a ride and see how it manages on a trip, but overall love the easy access pocket for the camera and all the compartments it has.
The bag is great. It fits all of my gear and keeps it from moving around
I wanted to take this backpack out for a few different occasions to make sure I tested it out for my daily uses. Overall, it lasted quite well, despite the weight from my gear. I had my sony a7iii, sigma 50mm, sony 70-200 f2.8, 13" macbook, lacie rugged hdd, mb charger, 11" ipad pro, AND a 24 oz water bottle. This is only when I don't plan on coming back home for a few hours. Usually I'd just carry everything listed, except for the telephoto and either the macbook or ipad (only one goes along with me since both can edit photos). Backpack withstood the weight, nothing is ripping or showing any signs of wear and tear. I also make sure to not throw it around, like I would with my regular backpacks - this is mainly because I'd hate to get it dirty since the color is so nice. One single thing that stood out to me was stiffness of the backpack straps. It's tolerable with a lighter weight, but when it gets heavy, the straps aren't forgiving. I wish it had a bit more cushion to it, rather than being so stiff. Aside from the straps, I'm enjoying how it is discreet that I'm carrying expensive camera gear, while also being able to carry what I need. For walking around the streets, I'd carry this. For photoshoots, I'd use another backpack (unlisted bc i don't feel right mentioning another backpack brand in this review).
Great backpack. Needs improvement on the straps - kinda uncomfortable for tall people. Also, I liked the way other backpacks had a removable camera organizer which was very awesome. But other than it's exactly the size and design I had been looking for for a long time.