Camera Hiking Backpack

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Re: Camera Hiking Backpack
In reply to FKelso, 14 hours ago

A camera hiking pack is a bad choice imo. These backpacks heavily priotize room towards camera gear, which honestly is a bad thing.
They simply cannot fit a camera, lenses, tent, sleeping bag, sleeping pad, clothing, a first aid kit AND FOOD (most people seem to forget that on multi day hiking trips, you may need food for multiple days with you, a water purifier, ...).

These camera hiking backpacks aren't made to be able to handle loads like this.

My advice is get a big bag that is made for hiking (60-75 liters or maybe even more) and add an F Stop ICU or something along the likes to keep your camera gear organised and safe in the pack.

Hiking camera backpacks are a compromise, they may be enough for 2-3 days but for more than 5 days of serious hiking they simply won't do, unless you decide on leaving behind hiking gear.

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