19 best camera bags, straps, inserts and backpacks (2022) | MarketingwithAnoy

We have tested a lot of camera bags. Here are others that we really like but that have been overshadowed by our top picks.

Peak Design Everyday Sling for $ 159: Everyday Sling has long been one of my (Jaina) personal favorites for everyday use or on my way out for a day of filming. It comes with flexible partitions that you can adjust or remove, depending on how much organization or storage space you need. It comes in 3-, 6- and 10-liter sizes. The 10-liter version has room for a 13-inch MacBook Pro, a charger and my FujiFilm X-Pro 2 camera. If you need space for extra lenses or a larger camera body, you may want to give up your MacBook; it can get a little tight in there.

Wotancraft Scout Daily Camera Bag 9L for $ 299: If you are looking for a stylish messenger, I have always liked designs from Wotancraft and the scout is no different. It is made of durable Cordura with some cowhide thrown into the straps on the flap. The main compartment is spacious and separated by sturdy partitions along with a padded portable case that can barely fit a 13-inch MacBook Air. There are two front pockets that can loosely carry some small items, but there is not much in the way of the organization here. There is a luggage pass-through and a back pocket with a zipper, but no side pockets and no easy way to attach a stand.

Tenba Fulton V2 16L backpack for $ 140: I really prefer bags that have a way to quickly grab the camera, and that’s why Fulton V2 is not higher above: The only way to pull out the camera equipment is to remove the bag and open the rear compartment. (Technically, you can access this compartment from the roller top, but it requires you to loosen a lot of velcro.) Otherwise, it is a nice, small bag that can hold a good amount of gear, with an expandable roller top to store lunch or extra clothes, a stretchable mesh side pocket for bottles and a side pocket in canvas that can fit small racks. Tenba says this can fit a 16-inch laptop in the padded space up front, but I could only squeeze a 13-inch. It is water-repellent and comfortable to wear.

Ona The Bowery Compact Messenger Bag for $ 209: I have owned this bag (the black waxed canvas version) for seven years and it remains in good condition. It is attractive and perfect for short outings, with plenty of upholstery and a partition to keep your equipment protected. You will only be able to mount a camera and an extra lens. There is a bag on the back that I have used to store a Nintendo Switch or a Kindle and I push my cables, batteries and SD card into the purse on the front. Unfortunately, the two side pockets are too tight to fit anything larger than a ballpoint pen or a microfiber cloth. A perk? You can quickly remove the strap to turn the Bowery into a camera cube for a larger backpack. It comes in a variety of colors and materials.

Lowepro PhotoSport Outdoor Backpack III 15L for $ 190: This package only looks good on the trail and can only fit a small DSLR or mirrorless in its detachable cube (with side access!). It will go well with your other hiking gear, and there is plenty of room for snacks and anything else you want on short hikes (including a 2-liter hydration bladder). It is made from 75 percent recyclables.

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