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Best Camera Bag And Backpack For 2022
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Cameras are pricy -- and easy to break. If you`re a photographer, you already know how important it is to protect your camera. But with so many protective camera bags and backpacks on the market, you may be unsure about how to select the right one. 

Luckily for you, we`ve done the legwork, hand-picking and thoroughly testing a range of great examples from messenger-style bags, to adventure backpacks and rolling cases.

















































































































































































































































































































































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LowePro is known for its affordable, reliable backpacks and its new Freeline is a worthy addition to the range. Its compact size makes it great for day trips or photography excursions around the city, but it`s easily big enough to handle a DSLR and two lenses. Access is via side pockets on both sides, which makes it convenient for whipping out your camera when inspiration strikes. 



I like the look too; it`s clearly a photography backpack, but it`s more subtle and sophisticated than most, rather than looking like something designed to go up a mountain. It`s made of weather-resistant materials that feel more than robust enough to put up with a lot of scuffs when out in the real world. 



It`ll house a 15-inch laptop and there are straps on the outside to help carry a tripod. With no waist straps, it`s not the most comfortable bag for long hikes (at least not when fully loaded), but it`s perfectly comfortable as an everyday bag around town. 

















































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































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The BackLight 26L is a compact backpack made for day hikes into the hills, but thanks to the camera storage section, which takes up the entire main section, it can house a lot of gear. I had no trouble getting my Canon 5D MkIV DSLR plus an extra two lenses in. Those of you with more portable mirrorless cameras will have more than enough room for any photography situation.



There are additional pockets for accessories, along with an expandable front section which has enough room to stuff in a packable waterproof coat, just in case the weather takes a turn. The shoulder straps are generously padded, which along with the waist and chest straps makes the BackLight exceptionally comfortable for extended wearing. 

















































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































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LowePro has been a staple of the photography bag world for daftar situs judi slot online years and with the ProTactic 450 it`s easy to see why. This rugged backpack opens fully from the back, although there are side and top quick-access points too. It provides a wealth of storage slots for a DSLR, multiple lenses, filters, batteries and other accessories -- I even stuffed a small drone in amongst my gear. 



If you can`t quite fit everything inside, you can get additional accessory pouches that attach to the outside of the case, where you can also attach your tripod. It`s comfortable to carry thanks to both chest and hip straps, it`s made of durable materials and it has a zipped compartment for laptops up to 15 inches.

















































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































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F-Stop`s Kashmir 30L backpack is a superb choice for more active photographers. Whether that`s fast hiking, cycling or trail running, the bag`s exceptional light weight makes it great for always having a proper camera setup with you. Its chest and waist straps are comfortable and supportive while the outer materials feel robust and are weather resistant. 



Inside you have the option of what sort of camera storage unit you need. My review model came with the \"Essentials bundle,\" which includes a medium internal camera unit and a rain cover. The medium unit has plenty of space for a camera and at least one lens, plus accessories, but if you shoot on smaller mirrorless cameras like the Fujifilm XT-20 you could comfortably pack a lot more in. 



The medium unit also keeps more of the rest of the bag available for other items (a jacket, some snacks) that you might want on your journey. You can opt for one of the larger internal units, along with a variety of other straps and accessories, but they do add quite a lot on to the price. 

















































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































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Manfrotto is well-known in the photography world for its tripods, but its backpacks are pretty good too. The Advanced 2 BeFree is a no-nonsense affair, with an inoffensive all-black design that hides a wealth of storage options.



The main camera storage space is accessed from the back and comfortably has room for a DSLR with at least a couple of extra lenses while still offering additional accessory storage on the top of the bag, as well as expanding front pockets and laptop storage. Side pockets and straps provide storage for tripods or water bottles and the camera storage unit can be removed to use the bag as a regular backpack. 



The chest straps aren`t comfortable enough for long day hikes when the bag is laden with heavy gear, which isn`t helped by the lack of waist strap support. That said, for everyday use and day trips with a reasonable amount of equipment on board, it`s well-suited for the job. 

































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































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Swedish brand Thule might be better known for its range of car roof-top boxes but it turns out it knows how to make an excellent photography bag, too. The Covert is a superb all-round backpack for a day out exploring the city, with a rear-access camera compartment that`s big enough for a DSLR and an extra lens, or a smaller mirrorless and maybe two lenses. 



Above it is a generous storage area for jackets or whatnot which can be expanded thanks to the roll-top closing. The camera storage cube can also be removed if you want to turn it into a regular day pack. It`s comfortable to wear for extended periods. There`s also a laptop sleeve and plenty of internal pockets for batteries, memory cards, filters and so on. 

















































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































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The Lotus isn`t quite as light and nimble as the Kashmir, but with a more stable frame and additional straps and pockets, it`s well-suited for adventure photographers who need to pack everything in. The outer materials feel exceptionally hard-wearing and I had no worries about throwing it in and out of my car or casually laying it down on rocky pathways while I rummaged for my gear. All of the zips, straps and stitching feel reassuringly robust. 



Like the Kashmir, you have the option of what size of internal unit to opt for and I again had the medium size in my test model. There`s plenty of room for my essentials (a Canon 5DMkIV with 24-70mm lens, plus a 70-200 zoom and filters and spare batteries) with straps on the outside for a tripod. If you`re leaving for a longer photography expedition, look further up the range. The 70-liter version will accommodate the larger internal unit for more lenses while leaving ample room for clothing or even camping equipment. 

































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































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