Manfrotto Manhattan Mover-30 Overview
The gray Manhattan Mover-30 Backpack from Manfrotto is designed to accommodate the needs of the on-the-go photographer or multimedia creator. Inside the main compartment is a removable equipment insert with six padded, adjustable dividers that can hold a medium-sized DSLR or a mirrorless camera along with three to four lenses, including a 70-200mm f/4 lens. Among the dividers that can be configured according to the specific equipment being carried within the insert, a flexible divider is provided to cradle curved surfaces such as the grip of a camera with an attached lens. During use, the flexible divider enhances protection between those curved surfaces and adjacent items while minimizing the area between them for more efficient use of space within the insert.
Access to the main compartment is provided by a zippered panel that faces the wearer's back, helping to minimize the potential for theft. A zippered, top-facing opening allows access to a section of the insert that can be dedicated to a folding drone kit or items that need to be reached quickly and conveniently, such as batteries, memory cards, or packable clothing. When the Manhattan Mover-30 Backpack is rotated from back to front, a zippered pocket located in-between the main compartment and the backpack's front panel which faces away from the wearer can be used to accommodate a 14" laptop and 9.7" tablet computer. A pocket with a zippered opening along the top of the front panel itself is a convenient space for books, notepads, documents or snacks, while an additional pocket along the bottom of the Manhattan Mover-30 Backpack offers additional storage capacity.
Featuring a durable, nylon and polyester construction, the Manhattan Mover-30 Backpack is built to be weather resistant and includes a waterproof cover for use under heavy rain. Tuck-away straps are provided, and can be deployed so they cross the front panel, allowing larger items such as a tripod or monopod to be fastened against the Manhattan Mover-30, even while the rain cover is in use.