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It seems that the bags we've been getting in for review around here lately have been getting bigger and bigger. With the recent arrival of Mountainsmith's Capture AT, we're wondering if we've reached the practical limit. A considerable bag in every sense, the highly functional, well-speced Capture takes a slightly different approach to configuration and design than many of the pro bags on the market. While it's certainly not right for every shooter, or even every shooter with a large lens collection, the Mountainsmith's ability to handle larger lenses, especially, potentially makes this gear hauler an excellent choice for a certain group of photographers.
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