Camera bag

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After my first child was born I went out and purchased a DSLR camera. My wife and I weren't impressed with the pictures our pocket camera was taking and wanted to properly document the childhood of Earth's future ruler. After my second child was born, we purchased extra batteries and memory cards. We needed the [...]

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peakdesign-messengerbag-1

What do you get when you cross a traditional messenger bag with high-end camera bag features and user customization options? You get the Peak Design Everyday Messenger Bag which was an insanely successful Kickstarter project from earlier this summer which brought in more than 4.8 million dollars in pledges. If that number made you look [...]

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We love bags at the-gadgeteer!  We've seen so many, the only drawback is it takes quite a bit to surprise us.  That's why the Miggo AGUA camera bag Kickstarter campaign got my attention.  Is it a bag, or is it a case?  Or something totally unique? Bags are all about trade-offs.  Convenient, protective and weather-resistant? [...]

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The Kate bag from Kelly Moore is a canvas bag with leather trim that is suitable for women or men.  Inside is a removable set of padded, adjustable Velcro dividers that create four compartments that can hold up to a 10" lens, camera body, flash, phone, batteries, and other accessories.  The sides and bottom of the bag are [...]

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ApeCase-ACPRO2000-Pro-Digital-SLR-Video-Camera-BackPack

ApeCase ACPRO2000 Pro Digital SLR and Video Camera BackPack has the capacity to carry enough gear to meet even the most demanding needs of photographers and videographers. The main interior compartment can be reconfigured to custom fit your gear. The bag has an integrated sleeve that can accommodate up to a 16 inch laptop. This means my [...]

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booq Boa Flow Graphite review

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Back in 2010, I reviewed the booq Boa Flow M backpack after decades of carrying a messenger type bag. Since then, I regularly use the Boa Flow M when I need to carry a majority of my tech/travel gear or am going out into the damp Seattle weather. I am surprised by just how much I like and [...]

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36) Full bag with tripod

I love photography.  There is seldom a moment when I am not at work and there isn't a camera in my hand.  Like all photographers, I go through camera bags like crazy.  What works for one application somehow doesn't seem to work for another.  I have used such camera bags as the Billingham Hadley Pro [...]

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I love cameras but a nearly equal obsession of mine is finding better ways to carry them wherever I go.  This has seriously piqued my interest:  the MindShift Gear UltraLight Camera Cover.  Available in two colors (blue or black) and three sizes to accommodate different sized camera setups.  It comes with an integrated belt and [...]

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Posted in: Camera Gear, Cases and Covers, News, Outdoor Gear
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Ever wanted to bring your DSLR or mirrorless camera somewhere, but thought twice because you were either worried about protecting it, or didn't want to lug it in a bulky case?  Three chaps named Ohad, Yuval and Guy wanted to solve that problem, so they designed miggo, your "Camera's Best Amigo," which is current nearing [...]

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booq-python1

Photographers with mirrorless cameras need a secure way to carry their camera and all its accessories. Enter the new booq Python mirrorless camera bag. It's a compact top loading shoulder bag that comfortably holds either a mirrorless camera with a large lens or a compact DSLR with a small lens. Due to booq’s durable water-repellent [...]

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roamographer-camera-bag

But then again, it's cheaper than some Billingham canvas camera bags...  The Roamographer Leather Camera Bag from HoldFast is utterly gorgeous.  It's made in the United States from American Bison leather.  It's big enough to use as a weekender bag with room to hold a couple of days of clothing.  Pop in the camera insert, [...]

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Miggo-both versions

Many people leave their DSLR or mirrorless camera at home because they have no effective way to protect their expensive device other than shoving it into a bulky camera bag.  Well, three chaps named Ohad, Yuval and Guy wanted to solve that problem, so they designed Miggo, your "Camera's Best Amigo."  And they've just launched [...]

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case-logic-slr-camera-backpack-schettino-11

The Case Logic SLR Camera Backpack from Case Logic aims to provide a roomy and safe place for your SLR (digital or otherwise) camera, and (based on the insides) enough lenses to shoot a wedding, football game, and several other events. You'll likely be able to squeeze in a digital video recorder and a few point-and-shoots [...]

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I bring my DSLR camera with me to all sorts of places, as I never know when some crazy scene might break out that I would not want to miss photographing.  (Actually, my life typically isn't really quite that exciting.  But I digress.)  However, a DSLR isn't a point-and-shoot camera, and most times the bulkiness [...]

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hazard-4-wedge-camera-case

Hazard 4 calls their gear packs, bags, and apparel "progressive tactical" gear.  The company's name is derived from the "standard classification index of threats: ‘1’ being low, ‘2 & 3’ being moderate, to ‘4’ being potentially deadly".  Even if your job doesn't entail the threats that face our police, fire, and military personnel, your environment [...]

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