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I’ve got a similar setup (a7Riii, Tamron 28-75) and mine fits in this bag from Thule with the lens attached.
I bought a Thule Aspect DSLR backpack for my gear. I too was looking for a bag that could hold the 15.6 inch laptop. The Thule bag is comfortable to wear and does fit the laptop nicely. It's a good value as well ($125-130). I have traveled several times with this bag and fit 2-3 cameras and 3-4 lenses pretty easily, plus batteries, chargers, memory cards, film, headphones, speedlight, and tripod. I do like this bag but as camera bags go, I think there are better designs, but none of them offer the same combination of price, size, light weight, laptop storage, and overall comfort.
I use an a7iii with both of these and find myself using the Thule more. Listed some pros and cons of each
Thule Aspect DSLR Backpack, Full-Size, Black (3203410) [link]
I don’t like having to choose between a water bottle and a tripod on the one side holder. I do like how sleek it looks and is relatively lightweight. I’ve put a camelback underfilled into the laptop compartment before and put lenses inside of pouches into the top compartment. So that’s neat.
BAGSMART Anti-Theft Professional Gear Backpack for SLR/DSLR Cameras & 15" MacBook Pro with Waterproof Rain Cover, Black [link]
Bulky but handy on long hikes if you have a lot of gear. I’ve strapped a blanket on the outside and put snacks inside for a small picnic. I use this mainly when carrying two cameras and video equipment. I ripped one of the side straps over tightening a tripod. So be weary of that. Kind of annoying where you have loop straps instead of buckles. May modify that at some point. Looks great but it is big.
Kind of wish I would’ve tried this one instead of the latter
Burton Zoom 26 L Backpack, True Black, One Size [link]
Thanks. I was considering this Thule backpack but I don’t see too much use out of the top compartment: Thule Aspect DSLR Backpack, full-size, Black (3203410) [link]