The A-TACS pattern by comparison removes the sharp angles and replaces with very small organically shaped pixels, and adds specific colors carefully chosen to match the natual environment, and taking this process a step further the small organically shaped pixels are placed within larger groupings to create a ""pattern within a pattern"" effect.
This is a bag which is specially designed for field reporters. It comes with a foam-padded protective insert for DSLR cameras. The internal DLSR insert can be taken off for daily use. There is a zipper on top for quick and easy access. Deluxe shoulder pad for added comfort while carrying.
Single-shoulder strapped medium sized backpack with highly padded buckled waist strap. A sprinkling of MOLLE straps here and there makes for interesting militia-esque styling but can also serve to attach MOLLE pouches and bags to expand the capacity options of your backpack.
As a camera backpack, it has one separate compartment (measuring around 25 x 20 x 10cm) inside, which has thick, soft and shock-absorbing walls, to protect all your delicate, expensive photographing equipments; the walls inside this thing are adjustable and removable as they simply use Velcro.
A-TACS, one of the latest and hottest camouflage pattern, brilliantly made its debut at Shotshow 2010, and has already been used on a good number of military stuff, including guns, not to mention combat gears.