Eleven stylish gear bags for your
next photo outing.
PRODUCT ROUNDUP BY GREG SCOBLETE
Ideal for mirrorless or
advanced compact cameras,
the Leather Bond Street is
bedecked in full-grain leather
and antique brass hardware.
There’s a closed-cell foam-padded
interior that’s roomy enough for a body and two
lenses. You’ll also find a removable padded divider and a zippered
pocket on the back for smartphones and small accessories. Thanks
to its detachable strap, you can use the Bond as an insert in a larger
camera bag when you need to lug more gear.
Holdfast Gear Sightseer
The Sightseer fits up to two DSLR bodies plus up to four lenses and
accessories in the removable and customizable internal dividers—all
housed behind waterproof zippers. There’s an extra cushion for each
divider so you can stack gear more efficiently if space is at a premium.
The bag sports a 15-inch laptop sleeve along with a separate zippered
compartment on the top of the bag for small accessories or clothing,
and the bag’s bottom has straps for tripods and/or umbrellas. If you
need to tote even more gear, there’s a slider on the strap so you can
attach a camera externally along with D-rings that will support extra
pouches and small cases.
Brevit; Rucksack and
Rolltop Camera Bags
The two newest members of
Brevit;’s camera bag family carry
on the company’s removable
camera-carrying system. Each has
a customizable padded insert that
can be removed, and it works in any
other Brevit; bag. The Rucksack and
Rolltop bags fit up to a full-frame DSLR
with an attached lens, a 70-200mm zoom
lens and an additional lens and small accessories. They include
an integrated laptop sleeve for a 15-inch laptop and several
access points (top and side) to get at your camera gear quickly.
The Rolltop and Rucksack offer a removable lens cap buckle
on the shoulder strap that’s compatible with 52mm, 58mm
and 67mm lens caps. The shoulder straps also have a loop for
sunglasses, because hipsters.
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