Comparison Review of two Drone Backpacks!
The case that comes included with Phantom 4 drone is revolutionary wonderful. Honestly, I was very surprised how far DJI went to make it so very usable for all daily purposes. It’s well designed and provides good protection for P4. It looks neat and I believe its outside dimensions are as small as possible so it was made for portability just like the drone itself. There will be times, however when you’ll want to carry your Phantom in something else. When you go hiking you will want a comfy backpack. When you walk around a city you will not necessarily want everyone around you to see clearly what’s inside the box. These two backpacks are not only stylish but offer enough room to take additional items on your trip (like a DSLR camera with medium size lens or your lunch!). Most of all you can comfortably carry them on your back and walk for miles without getting super tired. Check out my review and let me know what you think!
To stay completely fair to these two fantastic products I should add that the Lowepro DroneGuard CS 400
can accommodate more drone models than the Manfrotto Drone Backpack MB BP-D1. You can fit 3DR Solo into the Lowepro while Manfrotto was designed strictly with DJI Phantom line in mind (Phantom 2, 3 and 4 fit very well) but the Manfrotto has a few crucial advantages over the Lowepro: designated laptop/iPad storage compartment (fits a 15” laprop or iPad Pro easily) and far better interior design with more storage compartments and a better utilization of the interior space.