Backpacks are essential for anyone who wants to travel with their laptop and camera. They provide protection for your devices while also freeing up your hands so you can carry other things. There are a variety of different backpack styles and sizes to choose from, so you can find one that fits your needs.
Padded Dividers for Photo Gear, Sleeve for 14″ Laptop, Side & Bottom Tripod Carry, Room for Clothing/Essentials. The triple black Runner Photo Backpack from Brevite is a small camera backpack with a sophisticated fold-over top design.
Compact lightweight and functional the Runner uses adjustable dividers to organize your photo gear and has room for a laptop clothing and other essentials. Stow your tripod along the side or the bottom and you’re ready to set out on your next creative project.
The pocket and access design gets 5 stars. The fabrication on the other hand makes it hard to love. Please note, I bought this bag solely for camera gear & outdoor hikes. I wore this backpack on two short-ish hikes and my shoulders and back were sooo sore after.
The straps are very stuff and so uncomfortable, I think I need to buy strap covers to try and soften the load. Our first hike was to somewhere dusty, (I got the light blue color) and the bag was got covered in sand.
I washed it in the washing machine, soaked in in Dawn AND attempted to powerwash it. Most of it came off, but it stains really really easily. If i could, I’d definitely forgo the nice color for BLACK instead.
The material is not nylon or coated like most backpacks. Its like a soft uncoated canvas, which is really nice for light use, but anything outdoorsy will leave you with stains for every little contact point.
The versatility of the pockets and zips are 5 stars. I love the straps on the bottom of the bag, which I use for my tripod. And the side access to grab your camera without having to take your bag totally off and lay it down.
I really really wanted to love this backpack. but it just fell short. I can live with the stainability, but comfort is really important to me. I think if I have to go anything more than a mile with my gear, I’d use a different bag.
I will be using this bag for my trip next month and already I’ve been putting items in all the different compartments. I love the fact that there are several compartments, including a secure side zipper that sits against your back where you can safely place a wallet and passport.
Half of the bag (the bottom) is where your camera and equipment sit, and the top half is where you’d put your belongings. Unfortunately I am not a minimalist. I don’t travel light, and I was hoping to put more items in the top half.
My laptop is not thin enough to fit the compartment built for laptops/tablets. I will be utilizing the front pocket for holding electronic media, such as wires, memory cards, and plug adapters. This bag is not built for anti-theft, but you might be able to find ways around it to make it work, such as placing travel locks on the metal zipper loops rather than the cords that are attached to said loops.
As for the latch to close the top of the bag, it is difficult when you have a lot of items stuffed into the top section. I am very excited to see how this bag travels, but so far I’ve used it for going to work.
Alright so I’ve used this thing for a few months though, mostly little day trips around town but I also just spent a week hiking in Iceland with it. Pro: it is quite comfortable, the moveable camera pocket dividers are nice, the quick access pocket is convenient though I didn’t use it much because I have a camera clip I like better.
I never felt like my camera was in any danger and even though it’s not specifically waterproof even after hiking behind waterfalls nothing inside was wet. Love the convenience of the water bottle holder and the tripod straps Cons: after a while it does start to get heavy and uncomfortable.
If you’ve got the camera pocket set up there really isn’t much room for much else in the main pocket, I had my sunglasses, some sun screen, asthma inhaler and that was about all that would fit. The moveable dividers are a bit flimsy and have found mine bending meaning it’s not as snug a fit and things can move around.
Also this might just be because I have the black one but it’s physically hard to see where you’re actually placing them.
Lowepro’s most popular camera backpack has been redesigned for the outdoors! The Flipside 400 AW III features robust fabrics and front PU coating offer extreme durability and protection from the elements, moisture and abrasion.
Upgraded backside-access offers fast, easy entry to the camera compartment while keeping gear safe and secure on rough terrain – simply take it off, lay it down and unzip the back panel for full access to gear.
New side-access provides a second entry point for quick lens changes. Enhanced 10mm YKK zippers give a smoother path while front molded EVA bumpers deliver increased security for valuable equipment when the bag is set down.
All Weather AW Cover protects gear from rain, snow, dust and sand. Load in your DSLR or mirrorless camera with portrait grip with lenses or compact drone, plus compact tripod, 15” laptop and 10” tablet.
Front storage panel & removable, padded accessory pouch included.
I have purchased a lot of backpacks, always looking for the best one for the task, and to that end I have owned F-Stop, Shimoda, Mindshift, Tamrac, Tenba. and Lowepro. Always appreciated Lowepro because the packs were simple, functional, and reasonably priced.
I currently have a Flipside 300 AWII and Flipside 400 AWII. I love the 400 so much I recently decided to get another that I would dedicate solely to hiking so I could keep all the little bits and pieces needed in the bag and not have to swap things around, just grab and go.
And as I was ordering up pops the version III of the same pack. Got to be better, right? Wrong. Where the model II has two reasonably sized side pockets, the III has eliminated one of them in favor of the trendy side-access opening, a feature I have never wanted or needed but I guess some folks use it.
The other side has a single INCREDIBLY small and tight pocket that will not hold a water bottle of any size that I tried, and if your tripod is any bigger than a tiny travel pod it’s not going in there either.
For reference I tried to fit ONE LEG of a Gitzo Series 1 Traveler in there and it was a real struggle. if you are hiking and would like to bring a tripod and a water bottle (pretty standard stuff) that is not happening with this bag.
The version II did it easily. You could also carry a larger tripod on the front of the vII with the provided cup and strap, not on the vIII. Then there’s the front pocket. Version II has a reasonably sized pocket that you could stuff a jacket, beanie, gloves, etc into and also had a nice organizer setup that will hold all kinds of small tools, batteries, filters, etc.
Version III has a really tight single pocket that might take a beanie and gloves but no way is a jacket going in there. It also has two smaller pockets that go reasonably deep, but are so tight that I can’t get my hand in there to retrieve anything I put in them.
In the camera compartment the sturdy foam dividers of the vII have been replaced with thin, segmented pieces of odd lengths. I’m guessing the design intent was for them to wrap around lenses, but having no tensile strength to speak of, what they do instead is flop around and allow your lenses to bang into each other when the pack is lifted or moved.
The inside of the lid now has one large pocket with no organization inside it, so whatever you put in there (in my case, memory cards, lens wipes, flash foot, AA batteries) just falls to the bottom and makes a big disorganized pile of stuff that bangs into whatever is beneath it when the lid is closed.
So what’s good about it? Well, it’s beautiful – mine is a stylish gray with black accents. The top handle is lovely. The harness system is pretty well padded and the bag is comfortable to wear. But since I can’t carry a sturdy tripod or a water bottle of any kind, and the inside organization and dividers are so poorly done, this bag is going back.
It really seems like a design exercise that went all wrong, instead of a meaningful update on what was already a great pack. Guess I’ll order that version II now!.
I really wanted to love it because looks really nice, but eventually decided to return it. Several factors of the backpack have lead me to do so, including 1) complete lack of small pockets that can be used to hold small items such as lens cap or a memory card, 2) dividers are flimsy and cannot effectively divide, 3) only a narrow strip of felt is found at the bottom of the main compartment, making it very difficult to reorganize the space to fit my needs; 4) the flap over the side access opening is too soft to be protective of whatever you put in there.
There are a few things that I do like, in addition to the look, including the shoulder straps are comfortable, the pack can stand by itself, light weight, very solid padding in the back panel covering the camera compartment, and an rain cover is included.
B&H was effective in accepting my return request and processed my return quickly so I do not have to be stuck with something that I am not satisfied with. I did have to pay the return shipping, which is usually waived in Amazon.
Get through airport security quickly with this checkpoint-friendly design. Just open up the case fully to let the case get scanned without removing your laptop. The SwissGear ScanSmart Backpack features interior and exterior organizer pockets, an airflow back system, and water bottle pocket.
Endurax digital camera backpack is designed for professional photographers who love outdoor hiking, travelling and trekking. The dslr camera backpack makes it easy to transport your must-have camera gear to photo shoots, events and other travel destinations.
It offers safe storage space and convenient hands-free comfort – Perfect for professional photographers and hobbyists alike. Features: Protect you camera. Configurable dividers are made from soft Eva cotton to protect your camera gears.
Protective padding is between the ipad and camera compartment to prevent ipad to scratch cameras or lenses. Organize All Your Parts. Thoughtful features are everywhere, including: Hard shell for your fragile camera accessories.
Practical organizer pocket for your small notebooks, SD card, USB, and so on. Side pockets for your water bottle and umbrella. Rain Cover Included. Protect your backpack, camera and delicate photography gears from rain weather.
Previously bought one that claimed to be similar in size but was no where big enough or even close to the size of this bag. Not only was this one bigger but much better made & constructed to provide excellent protection for the camera & other equipment.
About this product expand_less For an honest bag to get you through an honest days work, this bag might just be what youre looking for. Excellent for the student thats always on the move between dorm rooms and study group meetings, this daily driver has the features youre looking for.
The bag comes with three individual compartments, one of which accommodates a laptop with a stay-in-place strap. Stay cool by putting that water bottle or cold drink in either of the two stretch mesh side pockets and walk tall with the help of the padded, breathable ergonomic suspension system.
The Action X30 is designed for photographers looking for an efficient, quick-access, compact camera bag for backcountry cameras. It is built for inclement weather and ever-changing environments. This low-profile bag comfortably fits most mirrorless and DSLR cameras up to a Canon 5D with the Core Units Medium.
With its roll-top access, users can expand or compress the volume to suit the needs of the day. A lower level TPU compression strap provides greater durability when attaching skis, and the removable helmet strap allows users to attach mountaineering, skiing or biking helmets to the outside of the pack.
The Action – X interchangeable harness has two zippered pockets that can hold most phones, water bottles or personal accessories. Both the Action-X30 and X50 feature a redesigned side access system with a wider and more versatile opening.
Finally, the removable belt makes the Action-X30 a stylish partner in urban environments.
I bought this bag for my latest summit up Mt Baker(Glacier hike in Washington State). I currently own the peak design everyday V2 30L but that wasn’t enough to pack for a hike and longer travels. The shimoda did a surprisingly excellent job for the hike.
The guides were able to pack 2 days worth of camping gear into this bag to the point where I thought I was going to have to submit a warranty claim on how much they packed it. But to my surprise it held all the gear with ease.
Only person paying was my back since the bag weighed up to 50lbs easily. You can fit A LOT into this bag. First fill the camera cube with all your main camera gear. But with the rolltop section, possibilities are endless.
Just keep throwing things in there till you can’t anymore. I think the hikers called this the brain of the bag, area where you just keep stuffing. My surprise with this bag was all of the attachment points on the bag that had it’s specific use like holding the ice pick axe that I would need on my adventure, and extra hooks for my carabiners.
I suppose my only compalint about this bag is that it can be too big at times. With all the space that you’re able to use, you are more likely to fill it up so just be weary of that when packing. I also did miss the fact that I never had to take off my peak design bag to take my camera out.
With the shimoda, I always found myself taking it off on its back the taking my camera out for the shot. While yes there is a side access panel to get to your camera, it still wasn’t as easy to get to as the peak design, and let me to taking the entire bag off instead.
That being said, I feel that this bag is meant to carry a lot of gear for day hikes and adventures so wouldn’t be the best to sling around to reach for the side access. Other complaint is that even though the straps are very comfy, they were too wide for me to attach my peak design capture clip which would have solved the issue for getting into my camera bag for often.
During my hike there were times where I wanted to get a great shot but didn’t want to stop the group just to pull out my camera for one shot. This is where the capture clip would have been great. Sure I could have had a camera strap on but it’s not easy hiking up an incline for 5 hours with an extra 50lbs on you and adding a camera too.
Overall, I really do like this bag. It’s my go-to for any out of state/ country travels. You can fit a lot into it which is it’s best pro and con ironically. I never use it as an everyday carry but for this size, I don’t think it should be one.
I know they have other models in their line up that would fit that mold better. The design is sleek and I love the black and blue color scheme, very good touch. If you’re a hiker. traveler that needs the space, this could be your solution, but if you’re a street shooter and looking for an everyday, there are other options out there.
Keep your photo or personal gear and 10″ tablet organized with the lightweight and sporty black Tahoe BP150 Backpack from Lowepro. A roomy dual-zipper main compartment features two large and two small padded adjustable dividers to protect your DSLR, 2 lenses, flash and additional accessories, while an interior zippered pocket separates cables and spare batteries.
Below the interior zipper, an UltraFlex panel can fold down to create a divider and more space for personal gear. Your 10″ tablet can be stored in the zippered front compartment with separate built-in slip pockets for pens and small accessories, while a built-in clip can hold your keys.
A discreet zippered outer pocket offers space for smaller frequently used items like a wallet, smartphone, and earbuds. Two tall, stretch-mesh side pockets accommodate quick-grab items like a large water bottle or a compact tripod.
Padded backpack straps adjust for a comfortable fit and a grab handle at the top allows for easy access when storing in an overhead bin or even at home when not in use.
It was surprisingly hard to find a backpack that could fit a DSLR with lens attached AND two additional lenses. (In my case, the Canon R6 + 50mm and then 16-35mm and 70-200mm. ) This bag is just the right size with a handful of nifty pockets and pouches too! My biggest complaint is the main zipper\latch design on the outside.
It zips fine, but there are two latches that dangle down and always get in the way of a smooth zip. (The latches are great if you want that additional security of the bag being fully closed, but if you’re often getting in and out of the bag, they’ll definitely get in the way.
) Once I cut off those hanging latches, this bag will go from good to great!.
Have been chasing a reasonably priced bag to house my Nikon 900 for a while. These are larger and weightier than your normal small cameras, and not only can I house the P900, I also have room for lens hoods (2), filters (12) and my old faithful Fugi 5000.
There’s a pocket at the top which carries all my USB cables, power & charging cables and plugs. All well padded. At the front of the zip-down there’s a large pocket for all my odds & ends (spare batteries, cards and even a tablet.
A mesh pocket to the side and snap clip holds the tripod well. Another mesh pocket on the other side for a drink bottle maybe? Use it as a back-pack or a single over the should carry-all. Great bag for the money.
Been very pleased with this purchase! Love the space and quality of the product, plenty of pockets to put all of your essentials. Has a pocket to put a small laptop or tablet (fits my Apple iPad Pro 11).
Should fit most DSLRs with lenses, fits my Canon M50 with 4 lenses and a tabletop tripod. It’s a high end bag with an affordable price tag. So far very pleased! Camera bags usually last a very long time and this one should be around quite a while.
Laptop-compatible photography rucksack from Tenba, for protecting and organising your camera and accessories The Tenba Axis 20L the ultimate rucksack for those who take on-the-go action videography seriously.
With space to organise 1-2 Mirrorless, DSLR or Cine cameras with 5-7 lenses, the Axis allows a serious shooting set-up that still easily accessible during any activity thanks to its 3-point camera access system.
The Axis can also fit the DJI Mavic and other compact drones. The internal camera unit of the pack consists of neat dividers to organise your gear and ensures you can quickly identify and grab whatever you need without having to rummage through ALL your gear.
An additional laptop compartment caters for MacBooks up to 15 in size, whilst MOLLE webbing also allows compatibility with Tenba Tools pouches and organisers sold separately to keep additional gear and accessories within easy reach for when theyre needed most.
A height-adjustable Airflow harness allows you to find the fit which most comfortable for you, whilst reflective detailing gives you added peace of mind in limited or low light. YKK zippers and clips, and heavily reinforced stitching give the bag all the durability it needs to survive whatever adventure you take it on.
The Axis 20L the perfect pack for photographers looking to take their game to the next level, with space for all your accessories and camera, youll be focusing on the action rather than carrying your gear.
This is the first time I have purchased a Tenba product, very, very happy with it. It’s built like a tank, but not overly heavy. Straps and zips look like they could survive WW3. In my 30 plus years as a photographer, I must have had every camera backpack going, including top of the range Lowepro costing several hundred pounds a go, and in my humble opinion this is the best of the lot.
Access both side and top make it easy to use in the field and the good quality dividers make it infinitely customisable. The straps (for me) are very comfortable. Just a word of caution, I am not a huge bloke – 5ft nothing – but if you are a tall, big bloke or a Lady, you may find the straps, even with adjustments, somewhat ‘tight’, but for me it just ‘works’.
The 20L one is ideal for all my gear, 2 CSC bodies and six lenses+ flash and travel tripod, walking pole and other ‘junk’ needed on a day out in the field. Although not a reason to buy, it’s also one of the best looking backpacks I’ve owned.
Strong, versatile, infinitely adjustable and good looking, at £145 I personally don’t think you can go wrong with this little beauty. Highly recommend.
A visually and functionally simpler version of Peak Design’s iconic Everyday Backpack, the Everyday Backpack Zip’s ultra-clean aesthetic makes it ideal for discreet urban everyday or photo carry. Accessible on the top and sides via a single weatherproof 270-degree ultra-durable #8 zip.
2 internal FlexFold dividers keep gear organized, protected, and not bunched at the bottom of your bag. Dedicated sleeves for up to 15 inch laptop, tablet, or documents, plus a variety of internal slip pockets for small items.
100% recycled 400D weatherproof shell keeps everything safe. Expandable side pockets for water bottles or tripod. Integrated luggage carry pass-through. 2 stowable cinch straps let you carry more externally.
All-custom hardware, minimal dangling straps. Available in standard 20L and smaller 15L sizes.
This backpack is incredibly well designed; you can tell they really thought about every detail. I haven’t used it for an extended period of time yet so I can’t speak to its durability but it looks like very high quality and Peak Design’s customer service is excellent.
As it is the case with all backpacks, it all depends on your needs. I think if you are a professional photographer going on a big shoot, this probably won’t suffice. If you don’t do any photography at all and just want an everyday carry.
I’d go for something else, personally. For me, I’m a hobbyist photographer carrying two cameras when I’m traveling but the rest of the time I use my backpack for my laptop and books. I only wanted one backpack that would check every box, so this is great for my needs.
I will say, though, that it took some trial and error to find the best configuration of the flexifolds and to get used to the whole system.
Recently I needed a backpack that would house my Fuji Medium Format 50R and two lenses. The criteria for me, was it had to be lightweight, user friendly and comfortable to wear. I particularly wanted this camera for a specific trip so I had to make it work.
I have many camera bags already but nothing was right for this trip. I read reviews about this bag and thought I would give it a try. I should clarify that I am a senior citizen so all the more reason for comfort snd ability to carry for 2-4 hours.
When I loaded the bag and lifted it, I was skeptical but once it was on my back I couldn’t believe how great it felt! The style and placement of the handles are not only well made but practical.
This is a great looking backpack made with premium materials. I use it as my daily carry bag when commuting to work in NYC. I carry my Nikon D500 (no battery pack) with a Sigma 17-50mm at the bottom of the bag plus my 12.
9 inch iPad Pro in the laptop pouch. Overall, I like this backpack and am happy I purchased it. My two issues with it are: 1) As a 210 pound 6’3 guy, I find the backpack straps a bit short. As a result my shoulders tend to push them aside requiring regular adjustment as a I walk.
In addition, the chest strap is not usable as even in it’s lowest position it sits too close to my neck. 2) While the Peak Design FlexFold dividers and innovative, I’m not sure they’re as protective and versatile as more traditional dividers can be.
The Case Logic SLRC-206 SLR Camera Backpack with laptop storage is designed to hold all your photographic journey essentials. The camera compartment holds most SLR bodies up to 10. 4′ x 4. 7′ x 5. 6′ with an attached lens up to 9.
8 in length. The Laptop compartment measures 15. 4x 10. 4 x 1 to hold most 16 PC laptops or a 17 MacBook Pro. Materials include a heavy-gauge nylon exterior and a water-resistant molded EVA base that allows the backpack to stand upright.
Industrial strength hook-and-loop straps on the side of the backpack holds a tripod or other bulky gear. The adjustable shoulder straps feature an innovative strap management system that keeps excess straps out of the way.
Breathable, padded air mesh lines the shoulder straps and backpack back for a comfortable fit. The SLR compartment includes a patent pending neoprene hammock suspension system that suspends the camera above the bottom of the case, preventing impact.
The compartment lid is lined with scratch-resistant memory foam to help avoid screen damage. The main compartment is fully customizable. Padded, felt covered, contoured dividers attach to flexible walls with hook-and-loop strips allowing you to create a protective, custom fit for extra lenses, flash, or other essential gear.
Four exterior accessory pockets provide additional storage for extra batteries, cords, memory cards or other small accessories.
I wanted a bag that would hold a compact system camera (Olympus E P1), a high zoom digital (Kodak ZD8612 IS), a point and shoot (Samsung S860), two high def camcorders (Samsung HMX H100 and HMX H200), a stereo digital voice recorder (Sony ICD AX412), a tripod (SunPak Travel Mate), a laptop (Dell Vostro 1000), and all of the accessories, batteries, chargers, filters, memory cards, and power supplies that go along with this camera.
Basically one bag to hold everything needed for a photo or video shoot, including a computer for post production. This bag does that, with room to spare. The bag’s design is outstanding. The top loading suspension system make retrieving and storing the camera easy, quick, and secure.
The triple channel design with adjustable dividers make organizing lots of little pieces simpler. Not only are there front, inside, and side pockets for storing accessories, but two empty compartments that form part of the suspension system are great for storing cables or other items that require only infrequent access.
And the laptop compartment is generous. It was a joy to use the bag on a three day driving, hiking, and walking tour of Yosemite National Park. Everything fit in a compact space with easy access to the one piece of equipment needed at a particular point in time.
The bag’s subtle design touches, such as two Velcro tabs that restrict zipper travel unless opened, were not obvious until they prevented disaster. The dust and water proof rubber bottom made it possible to stand the bag upright on a mountain or near a river bed without fear of damaging the equipment or tipping the bag over.
And the bag is surprisingly light weight for its size. The only room for improvement is the amount of padding between the laptop and one’s back: it is minimal, and carrying a thick laptop is somewhat uncomfortable.
On the other hand, I am not aware of any other bag that has a better design for carrying as much photo and video gear with a laptop as well.
When I first got this bag, I was very impressed. The size, color and function seemed to be exactly what I was looking for. The laptop slot fits my 15 MacBook Pro wonderfully. The top loading camera holder is simply genius.
I like being able to pull that in and out quickly. I had no problems using my Canon 7D with lens hood on the 18 135 lens. The side pocket opens up quite wide and getting to those pockets were quite easy.
That is where I decided to store my compact flash cards. The front pocket does well and holds two extra batteries. The base holds up well and I do like the fact that if I happen to put it down when the ground is wet, I should be okay as it should keep my contents dry.
I also emptied out most of my contents and was amazed that the bag managed to stand very well with the camera in that postiion. It even stands well on carpeted floors. Not so good news I would have like to see the straps that hold the tripod have some type of holder on the bottom that would allow the tripod a place to be held instead of relying on the velcro straps.
Also, the zippers would have been nicely accompanied with some sort of covering over them. If you happen to get stuck in the rain, the zippers don’t shut the compartments well enough and I could imagine water getting in.
I’ve adjusted to that by simply moving the zippers to the side, but I’m not entirely convinced that water won’t be able to get in. A place to clip on things using a carabiners would also have been a welcome addition.
The side where I store my compact flash cards (the side opposite of the monopod/tripod velcro holders) also could have used some type of water bottle holder. A place for an MP3 player would also have been nice.
Final thoughts Id say don’t let my not so good news hold you up entirely from purchasing this bag. They are more suggestions or more of a wish list the bag is great and I am extremely happy with my purchase.
It’s a great bag that provides an excellent hybrid option for amateur camera enthusiasts who take their laptops everywhere. The customizable storage space for camera accessories is excellent, and can hold a laptop power cable and mouse in case you’ve got some extra room.
Even though the bag holds a lot, it’s not a huge bag which is definitely nice. Fits under airplane seats and in overhead bins no problem (even on smaller planes!) It’s also just a nice looking bag, and doesn’t feel like a ton of bricks on your back even when loaded down.
The shoulder straps distribute the weight nicely (though a chest strap wouldn’t be a bad idea. )Ive got one or two complaints. First, the carrying handle on the top of the bag is in a really awkward (to me) spot.
It’s attached to the back of the laptop slot, so if that slot is opened a bit when you grab the handle the bag has a tendency to pitch forward and unzip down the sides, potentially tossing your laptop out as it does.
The handle should be in the unused space between the laptop and camera. Not a huge issue, just something to watch for. The other (minor) complaint is that there isn’t room for much else. I often need to have a legal sized notepad on hand and I can stuff that in with the laptop.
But if you’ve got a decent sized paperback book? You’re out of luck a little bit. It’s a small complaint, but feel it should be noted. All in all I’m really happy with it. Compared to dragging around one bag for my laptop with all its gear, and another bag for my camera and all sundry gear that goes with it, it’s a great solution.
(I have no idea why all my quotes, and apostrophes are missing, the text formatting here could use some help!).
Holds DSLR or Mirrorless & 6-7 Lenses, Accommodates 70-200mm f/2. 8 Lens, Holds Camera with Attached 70-200mm Lens, Spacious Main Compartment, Rear and Side Access, 15″ Laptop Pocket, Top Pocket, Multiple Organizational & Side Pockets, Sternum Strap, Waist Belt, Tripod Cup, Pass-Through for Luggage Trolley Handle, Weather-Resistant Exterior, Rain Cover.
This black Urban Access 15 Backpack from Think Tank is a versatile camera bag with a spacious main compartment that can accommodate a DSLR or mirrorless camera with an attached 70-200mm f/2. 8 lens six to seven additional lenses and a shoe mount flash.
Complete access to the main compartment and its seven removable dividers is provided by a rear-facing zippered panel that opens 180? downward to also reveal a 15 laptop sleeve with a retaining tab.
The smaller size, built-in camera cube, and streamlined features make it the perfect daily companion. The Prkve’s innovative design and high-quality materials have proven that you don’t have to sacrifice style for functionality – or vice versa.
Although it was designed by photographers for photographers, it’s much more than that. The expandable roll-top offers plenty of room for your camera gear and personal items. The weather-resistant materials ensure your gear stays protected on all your adventures.
The coveted Prkve line has been endorsed by Forbes, USA Today and National Geographic.
This backpack hit all of the very specific requirements I had for a bag, save one. It is extremely light, insanely comfortable (already hiked about 6 miles with it), durable, seems really well made. It’s ergonomic and has plenty of pockets and attachment points.
I like the built in camera cube and it fits my Nikon Z7 and minimal kit (24-70 f/4 lens, l-bracket, spare batteries etc with lots of room to spare. Wasn’t sure I’d like the rolltop but as it turns out I love it and it’s not inconvenient (relatively speaking of course–it is a roll top and no a zip compartment).
But here’s my one thing: tripod carry is not great, not even a little. I have a very small tripod, the Manfrotto Element small. It’s about 12. 5 folded. I can attach it to the bottom of the pack no problem using straps (I picked up some f-stop ones rather than shell out another $25 for the Wandrd ones), BUT then it blocks the quick access opening on the side, which is a huge reason why I bought the bag.
If I put it in the bottle holder pocket, there’s no strap to keep the head from flopping over (I know some people rig them with a bungee cord but my tripod is too short for that). Finally, if I mount it on the front of the bag using horizontal straps (again, f-stop), it messes up the balance of the pack and makes me feel like the bag is pulling me backwards.
If I can figure out a better way to make tripod carry work, this pack will be absolutely perfect. If not, then it’s almost perfect, but I’d still highly, highly recommend it, especially if you are looking for a small but spacious pack and don’t carry tripods often.
(Oh, and for reference, I’m a 5’2 woman with about a 17-18 torso. This is the ONLY pack I found that was not way too big/heavy for me AND had BOTH side access and weather resistant zips plus room for non-camera gear.
The Think Tank Airport Commuter accommodates a pro sized DSLR, 4-6 standard zooms, iPad and 15 laptop. With its increased depth, it holds a 400 f/2. 8 attached to a camera body or a 500 f/4 unattached.
The Think Tank Photo Airport Commuter is a travel specific, high capacity backpack designed with the airport in mind. It features integrated, quick access pockets for both laptops and iPad, top pocket for boarding passes and three robust handles ensure easy placement/retrieval from overhead bins.
The Airport series makes life easier for the traveling photographer. Sized to meet international carry-on size requirements, it fits in most overhead bins. The lightweight, adjustable, contoured harness provides comfort along with lumbar support and air mesh paneling to keep your back cool.
The height adjustable sternum strap allows for the perfect fit. A removable waist belt, side water bottle pocket, tripod/monopod mounting system and seam sealed rain cover extend the versatility of this line.
For photographers traveling by air, this bag pays big dividends the three C’s ; Carry on Size, Comfort and Capacity. The design, build and functionality are second to none.
Seeker is the ultimate GoPro daypack. 18-liter design that features a padded laptop sleeve, room for GoPro cameras and accessories. Built-in chest and shoulder mounts make it easy to capture immersive POV footage with your GoPro.
The hydration/laptop compartment fits bladders up to 2 liters1 or laptops up to 15in.
Well, there is no doubt that GoPro knows their stuff! This product does not shows different, everything is build to satisfy all the needs you may have transporting your GoPro and accessories. There is plenty of room for all your gears, comes with very well placed mounts to capture your favorite point of view and it is whether proof! Thanks GoPro for another remarkable product hope to see more in the near future! Check my review in my YouTube channel! LuckySmirk23.
I didn’t hesitate buying this backpack knowing GoPro makes great products. This bag is everything as advertised and so much more. I pack all me equipment in this and still have plenty of room for new stuff.
The chest mount is great, and I love how they made a set up for the 3-way. Its comfortable and you can wear 3 cameras on the bag alone. Its not waterproof but it is made for rain and to get splashed.
GoPro has a GREAT product here that I highly recommend.
Fabric seems quite durable and overall bag looks great. Perfect size – not too small or big. Lots of compartments. Haven’t tested the chest mount yet but looks like it would be more comfortable than the independent chest mount.
Wont be using the drink bladder section but handy for some I would assume.
More features than you’ll know what to do with! Travel-Ready Construction Heavy-duty buckles , handles and zippers make for long lasting use in any condition. The high-quality nylon and fabric construction is reinforced with thick padding to always protects your device.
Padded shoulder straps and back also provide comfort and allow air to flow. Custom Compartment Configuration Large front zipper opening provides access to your camera, lenses and more. Velcro divider walls lets you customize the camera compartment and accommodate your equipment however you prefer.
Two quick-access side doors allow you to grab your camera and lenses quickly, so you don’t miss a shot. Wear as a Backpack or Sling Tuck-away shoulder straps allow you to wear the bag on one or both shoulders! You can also wear across your chest as a sling.
Stow away unnecessary straps into the luggage handle slot. Waist strap included for weight management and comfort. Additional Features -Padded compartment (16. 5 inchL x 10. 5 inchW) for up to 15. 6 inch laptops -Large upper padded compartment for carrying bigger gear and accessories -5 net accessory pockets for memory cards, cables, chargers, lights and much more! -Tripod holding system with strap and foot holder -Custom fit rain cover for unexpected storms and splashes -Luggage handle slot for easy transportation on top of rolling bags and cases.
I have found that there is no one camera bag that fits all my needs. I was looking for a small bag to use when I have size limitations or know I won’t have a lot of time to take photos, or when I go for a quick photo outing.
This bag did fit those criteria. On the positive side the price point was very good. I had no problem fitting my Canon 5D Mk IV, my Canon 24-70mm L lens and 100 mm macro along with my Tamron 28-300mm.
In addition, it held my MacBook Pro, extra batteries, wires, compact flash cards, sun glasses a small book and a few accessories. It also comes with a rain cover and you can get a 3 year warranty when you register the product.
On the negative side it felt flimsy and the internal lining didn’t fit well. I felt as though the velcro was going to teat the lining if I wasn’t careful. The small pocket on the side of the bag was too small to be useful.
( It would have been nice if it could hold a cell phone. ) Although it has a luggage handle slot I was unable to fit it over any of the handles on my luggage. Exactly how the tuck away shoulder straps are supposed to work has so far been a bit of a puzzle.
Maybe more my problem then their’s. The upper storage compartment tapers toward the front of the bag which limits what it can hold. Botton line is that it is a good small bag for the price but could be improved.
I use this bag when the airlines announces we are collecting roller bags. I move everything valuable from my roller to the pack laugh at the stupidly as they are the same size. No more fights with airline robots discussed as humans.
A superbly capable and highly-organized backpack, Q Laptop Backpack 2. 0 is an updated and improved version of a bag beloved by students and office warriors alike. The front L-zip panel reveals a command center chocked full of places to stash pens, cords, cards, and keys, while a padded front pocket adeptly protects your tablet, and a padded back pocket fits computer up to 17-inches.
After weeks of research and searching, I found the perfect commuter / day bag. I have only good things to say about it. I got the all black one and it’s awesome-durable, easy to access from the side (that was a big thing for me), enough but not too many compartments, and a laptop sleeve.
I LOVE it. Plus Timbuk2 gave me a credit when the price dropped, so great experience overall. My one thing would be if the key chain were stretchy, that would be great, but otherwise I love this bag.
My friends also say that it looks good full, which is true. Doesn’t lose its shape or look bulky.
Your ultimate friend whether you’re just going around the block or heading off for a dusk to dawn shoot. This Leather Edition is amped up with PU leather and stripped from all excessive frill on the outside to make the look clean and sleek.
I use this backpack to hold my camera and video gear for jobs. It’s such an upgrade from my previous camera bag where I felt like I couldn’t keep anything organized. I bought the camera insert inside and it’s made my life so easy.
The lighter color is more feminine too, which I like. The shipping was fast too.
Made of durable, abrasion-resistant polyester fabric, this rugged backpack will help keep you on point. The Swissgear 3760 ScanSmart Laptop Backpack features a lay-flat electronics compartment that allows you to speed through TSA checkpoints without having to remove your 16 M? portable computer from the security of its padded laptop compartment.
Add to this a large capacity main compartment with built-in storage pockets as well as a full-featured front organizer compartment, and you have everything you need to remain organized and productive throughout your day.
Additional features include a crush-resistant glasses compartment, multiple padded tablet pockets, side water bottle pockets, and side compression straps to help keep your contents in place. Toss in an add-a-bag panel allowing you to slide the backpack over most retractable handles of wheeled luggage, as well as fully padded shoulder straps and an Airflow back panel for hours of wearing comfort.
I bought this a month ago and this is the first trip I have used it for. The first leg of my airline flight I didn’t have any issues. Now, 3 days ago I took the second leg of my trip. While standing (not moving) in line at the airport, the faulty zipper gave way and my work laptop and tablet went flying onto the floor.
The tablet wasn’t damaged but the computer was! Thank goodness it still could boot up! The back is badly bent. It was in the computer compartment of the backpack! I put it in a different compartment and realized that zipper has the same issue – it doesn’t want to stay shut.
Yes the backpack was full. I had to mess with the zipper and put it in different positions to get it to stay shut! It will come undone VERY easily with simple pressure pulling on the seam. DO NOT put the zippers together at the top.
It WILL come apart. I WOULD NOT RECOMMEND THIS, SAVE YOUR COMPUTER. I AM RETURNING THIS AND FILING A COMPLAINT. Funny thing is, I simply wanted to “upgrade” from my older Swissgear laptop – same model.
It had NEVER had any issues for 10 years! NOW I have to get something else to get me through the rest of my trip! If you are traveling light or don’t care about contents spilling out, go ahead and chance it.
Otherwise, I wanted to warn others to not get this until they resolve this issue. It should be recalled.
The Tenba Solstice 24L Backpack allows you to travel with your camera along with its lenses and related gear in any conditions. This backpack can accommodate 1–2 DSLRs or mirrorless cameras and 5–7 lenses.
A padded sleeve is provided to keep a 13-inch tablet. The backpack can hold a small drone such as the DJI Mavic. Unzip the rear access to take out your camera without taking off the bag. The internal touch-fastening dividers make you adjust the interior as per your need.
There is an exterior zippered pocket with a separate padded sleeve that allows you to keep small accessories. Secure your tripod or water bottle to the backpack by using the dual side pockets with compression straps.
The shoulder straps are padded to reduce strain. Use the chest and waist belts to keep the backpack secured to your body. The backpack comes with a weather cover.
this is an excellent bag, it appears well made and sturdy in construction. too early to tell how durable it is as I have just got it and it hasn’t even been out of the house yet. I can get almost all of the gear I have in it, though of course it won’t be expected to carry everything everywhere BUT you can get a heck of a lot of gear in it.
The 24 Litre capacity is almost TARDIS like in comparison to the exterior measurements One of the attractions of this bag is how ordinary it looks. there is nothing about it to give away that you are carrying a whole heap of camera gear in it.
Though with a tripod attached to it that might alter perception of what might be inside, the shoulder straps might be a tad narrow but they are reasonably well padded and there is also provision to alter the position of the sternum strap which some bags lack, a nice touch.
I’m glad I shopped around and got this bag where I did for vastly less than some places retail it for. The price I paid makes it good value, There are places it costs more and if I’d paid those prices for it I’d be leaving a less positive review.
as it is, I’m pretty pleased with the bag over all.
When it comes to choosing the perfect backpack for your laptop and camera, there are many factors to consider. But, ultimately, the decision comes down to personal preference and what will work best for you and your needs.
Do you need a backpack that can double as a camera bag Or, do you need a separate camera bag and a backpack for your laptop There are pros and cons to both options. It really just depends on what you value most.
If you need a backpack that can double as a camera bag, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, you’ll want to make sure that the backpack can accommodate your camera. This means that it should have plenty of padding and support to keep your camera safe.
Second, you’ll want to make sure that the backpack has enough space for all of your camera gear. This includes lenses, batteries, chargers, and anything else you might need. And finally, you’ll want to make sure that the backpack is comfortable to wear, even when it’s fully loaded with gear.
If you need a separate camera bag and a backpack for your laptop, there are a few things to keep in mind as well. First, you’ll want to make sure that the camera bag can accommodate your camera. This means that it should have plenty of padding and support to keep your camera safe.
Second, you’ll want to make sure that the camera bag has enough space for all of your camera gear. This includes lenses, batteries, chargers, and anything else you might need. And finally, you’ll want to make sure that the backpack is comfortable to wear, even when it’s fully loaded with gear.
Ultimately, the decision of whether to get a backpack that can double as a camera bag or to get a separate camera bag and a backpack for your laptop comes down to personal preference. There are pros and cons to both options.
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