Do-it-all camera backpack

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kits Contributing Member • Posts: 830
Re: Do-it-all camera backpack

I tried Lowepro AW 450 I & ii, Tenba shootout, and axis 26l, Mindshift backlight 26l, have Shimoda 40 explorer, Peak design travel, and few more and nothing is so close to perfectly designed like InCase DSLR Pro backpack. Not their new camera pro pack which sucks.

Amazon has it on sale for $55 for particular color.

Build quality wise I like Mindshift backlight but it doesn't have top load for camera which is my preference while shooting plus at airports to get camera out at security without having to open the full compartment. Lowepro and Tenba have that. Lowepro lacks additional section like Incase has.

Check incase videos on YouTube. It has camera section with backopening, top access for camera. Then it has 13" laptop section, tablet section, and deep section that I can fit rainfly, filters, down jacket, gloves. Another small zipper section with soft velvety lining to put sunglasses, passports. Another opening pocket for beanie, easy access camera rain cover or anything else you want. Side zipper pocket for passport or medicines. Open side pocket for flat water bottle. Or you can put water bottle on open pocket. Side tripod holding loop belts. Lot of zippers inside camera compartment for memory cards, batteries, etc.

Only drawback is it doesn't feel as rigid as other packs. But mine is 2 years and going great. I use it a lot. Almost weekly. Wish it had dedicated big water bottle pocket.

 kits's gear list:kits's gear list
Panasonic FZ1000 Panasonic LX100 Sony a7R II Sony a7R IV Sony 70-300mm F4.5-5.6 G SSM +20 more
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