Camera bag

The Ouh Snap SnapBag Daily review

Whether you are an amateur or professional photographer, there are always days when you need to travel light and without any bulky backpack. You just need to take along a basic camera with a couple of lens, or maybe even a small video camera. You also need space for the other knickknacks that you would …

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The Manfrotto Pro Light Cinematic Backpack Balance can carry it all

So for this episode of “I am still desperately trying to find the right photography gear bag for myself”; I am focusing on a new bag just released by Manfrotto. Although specifically designed to accommodate a fully set up Ronin M/MX, the Manfrotto Pro Light Cinematic Backpack Balance seems to be a bag that may …

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The TYPE – II: Camera Bag and Travel Kit by VINTA just might be the answer for hiking with photography gear

I wonder how many of my fellow photographers and filmmakers would join me in confessing to being a gear “bag-a-holic”? Yes, I Know!! That is my made-up word, but it adequately describes my addiction to gear bags and my quest to find the perfect one, or at least the perfect one for each event. Just …

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The Think Tank Photo Digital Holster will let you win your next photo shoot out

When I chat with my fellow photographers about their workflows, most of us agree that we have a “go to” lens that is our favorite to take with us when we are shooting at will, and not restricted for a specific event. However, in many cases, the same “go to” lens can also work for …

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The Ruggard Alpine 600 Lens Backpack for DSLR and 600/800mm lens is a winner!

Every Photographer and Cinematographer I have ever met seems to have the same major issue that I struggle with. I am referring to the ongoing challenge of finding the right camera bag to carry the desired equipment for each specific shoot. Like many of my counterparts, I have surrendered and accepted that I need multiple …

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Think Tank Lily Deanne Tutto premium-quality camera bag review

Over the past 30 years I have probably purchased and resold 15 different types of camera bags looking for that perfect bag.  I have looked at backpacks, over the shoulder bags and roller bags and have come to a conclusion: one bag will not ‘cut the mustard’ when it comes to my camera bag needs.  …

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WaterField’s new iPhone camera bag holds all your iphonography gear

If you love using your smartphone as your primary camera, then you will appreciate the new iPhone Camera Bag from WaterField Designs of San Francisco California. This small shoulder bag will hold all your small clip-on lenses, cables, and other accessories that you need when you’re shooting on the go and don’t want to stuff …

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USA Gear S17 DSLR backpack review

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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Peak Design Everyday Messenger bag review

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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The casual Kate bag can be your camera bag, daily gear bag, or even a diaper bag

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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The ApeCase ACPRO2000 has the capacity for a whole lot of gear

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

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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Naneu UrbanGear U60 Camera Backpack review

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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