Bag manufacturer Case Logic has launched a new backpack that features a hammock system, suspending a DSLR with lens attached within the space in the middle of the bag. The company claims this adds extra protection from impact, as less of the body is in direct contact with the structure of the bag.

The backpack offers top and front loading, with access to a suspended camera from the zip-fastened top compartment. The hammock system can accommodate a camera with up to a 70-200 F2.8-sized lens attached.

The main body of the bag has sections for up to eight additional lenses or large accessories, such as a flash unit, with padded dividers to keep everything separated. Further rear compartments can hold tablets of up to 10 inches and a 15-inch laptop, while side pockets and straps are designed to retain a tripod or water bottle.
Case Logic says that the DuraBase bottom of the bag is water resistant, and is made with moulded EVA to form a durable and rugged foot that also helps the bag to stand up on end. 

The Kontrast Pro DSLR Backpack is aimed at amateur and professional photographers alike, and is priced at $149.99. For more information see the product page on the Case Logic website.