How to Buy a Camera Bag

The pictures are there, and you just take them.

- Robert Capa


Backpacks

Buying a camera bag can be difficult. You have to make a proper assessment of what gear you own and what you plan to buy in the future. When you start considering the possibility of purchasing a backpack as a way to store and transport your gear, it means you already own a substantial number of lenses and cameras that you have to carry and protect. So, let's have a good look at backpacks as an...

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Waist Bags

We've covered most camera bag types and by now you already know there are plenty of designs to choose from. Regardless of what your needs are, what camera you use and how many lenses you have, there is always going to be a bag tailored to your needs. Shoulder bags, backpacks, holsters and rollers are all popular among amateur and pro photographers. But I wanted to shine a light on a different...

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The Shoulder Bag

As we go deeper into our camera bag buying guide, we want to give you a good look at the main types of bags. The market is pretty diverse, so your best way to be protected from wrong purchases is to be informed. One of the most widely used camera bags is the shoulder bag. It's also known as the messenger bag and it has a rich history behind it. It is probably the first shape camera bags came in....

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Rolling Bags

Camera bags come in all shapes and sizes so anyone who claims there is no right bag for them on the market is clearly lacking the proper information. That's what we want to give you with this article series, the right information, and this time we're going to analyze a less typical choice: roller bags. If you've even remotely considered the possibility of purchasing a roller bag for your gear,...

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