This is EXACTLY what I was looking for By:
I like to travel, and with that I have an EDC (Thule Crossover Backpack 32L) and separate a photography bag (ProTactic 350 AW). Which by the way, if you need a dedicated photo bag the 350 AW is as good as it gets, simply amazing. The EDC contains my laptop, cord pouch, iPad mini, notebook, clicker, passport, pens, mini car inverter, etc. The photo bag contains my Nikon 1 J5, Nikon D750, and a bunch of lenses chargers accessories etc.Sounds great, so what's the issue?Well, you're still here so let me tell you: When you're exploring a foreign country you can't really carry two bags, and you don't need everything in both bags. You might want a laptop, jacket/sweater, some chargers, passport, DSLR, and a few lenses -- and that's where this bag fills that niche.I had a few very specific requirements, I needed a bag that had: laptop pouch, tablet pouch, battery backup, sunglasses, room for jacket/raincoat, DSLR plus 2-3 lenses, **SIDE** access to the DSLR (sling back around your front and quick access), durable materials.And this bag does it all. Plus it has a rain hood built in, which is slick, the hip strap is removable (I took it right out), and although it's pushing the limits of a personal item, you could make it work for most flights that don't get a ruler out.It's not replacing my EDC and photo bags, but it's now my go-to when I need a hybrid of each for a "carry light" scenario.