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KT DL-L-445
Kata Lite-445 DL

Bag

Kata's Lite 445 is one of the most compact and comfortable contenders in DSLR User's round-up, offering a straightforward but eye-pleasing design, lots of room for your kit, a rain cover …

1 review | 3 opinions (Excellent)

 

 
Katoomba 150R
Hama Katoomba 150

Bag, Rucksack

Despite being the most compact bag in DSLR User's test, the Hama Katoomba 150L has enough space for most people's usual kit. It's very comfortable thanks to its padded straps, build …

2 reviews | 2 opinions (Excellent)

 

 
Stile Agile V Sling
Manfrotto Stile Agile V

Rucksack

Since Manfrotto is mostly known for its tripods, it makes sense that the Stile Agile V Sling has a pocket and a series of straps to allow you to take a tripod of any size with you. Its sling design …

2 reviews | 4 opinions (Excellent)

 

 
 
Think Tank Photo Retrospective 10
Think Tank Photo Retrospective 10

Bag

Externally the Think Tank Photo Retrospective 10 looks like a casual bag that could be worn in most places without gaining any unwanted attention. It has a hard-wearing textured outer with a …

1 review

 

 
Stealth Reporter D300AW
Lowepro Stealth Reporter D300 AW

Bag

While it's one of the most expensive bags in DPReview's test, Lowepro's Stealth Reporter D300AW is also one of the best ones in all respects: it's comfortable, very secure, it has …

1 review | 17 opinions (Excellent)

 

 
Tenba Discovery Mini (Backpack)
Tenba Discovery Mini (Backpack)

Rucksack

The light weight, useful top compartment and waterproof base of Tenba's Discovery Mini backpack makes it a great choice for those early morning landscape-shooting sessions, Digital SLR User …

1 review | 1 opinion (Excellent)

 

 
Photo Sport 200 AW
Lowepro Photo Sport 200AW

Rucksack

Apart from Photography Monthly feeling the straps of the Lowepro Photo Sport 200AW were too thin, they did consider it to be very well designed. The fabrics and construction are very light in weight …

1 review | 25 opinions (Excellent)

 

 
DSLR Video Fastpack 250 AW
Lowepro DSLR Video Fastpack 250AW

Rucksack

Lowepro's offerings usually ooze quality, and according to Digital SLR User, the DSLR Video Fastpack 250AW doesn't disappoint. It can accomodate lots of gear, while extras like a weather …

1 review | 10 opinions (Excellent)

 

 
Vanguard Heralder 28
Vanguard Heralder 28

Bag

The best thing about the Heralder 28, says Digital SLR User, is its quick access top flap, but it also has other excellent features such as a tripod holder or a padded shoulder strap to prevent …

1 review | 1 opinion (Above average)

 

 
Hama Daytour 180
Hama Daytour 180

Rucksack

If you want more features than you can shake a stick at, the Daytour 180 is your bag, say Digital SLR User. It's the most expensive in its category, but it's large, shock-resistant, …

1 review | 9 opinions (Above average)

 

 
 
Transit 350AW
Lowepro Transit 350 AW

Rucksack

One of the most expensive bags in DSLR User's test, the Lowepro Transit 350 AW is also the best featured one. Its no-frills design is perfectly balanced to make it comfortable to wear in all …

1 review | 7 opinions (Excellent)

 

 
3N1-22 DL
Kata 3N1-22DL

Rucksack

Like all Kata bags, the 3N1-22DL is superbly built, and its large size and yellow interior mean that it's as versatile as it is practical. DSLR User also liked the option to wear it as a …

1 review | 3 opinions (Above average)

 

 
4245 Jazz 45
Tamrac Jazz Zoom 45

Bag

Dirt cheap and compact, the Tamrac Jazz Zoom 45 is a great option if you don't have a lot of kit to carry around. DSLR User weren't too happy about its lack of a shoulder pad, but said that …

1 review | 1 opinion (Excellent)

 

 
Tenba Messenger Mini
Tenba Messenger Mini

Wheeled travel bag

It might not look particularly large, but Temba's Messenger Mini is deceitful, since it can take an impressive amount of kit. DSLR User praised its well thought-out design, which is secure but …

1 review | 4 opinions (Above average)

 

 
Uprise 48
Vanguard Up-Rise 48

Rucksack

"Are you looking for a sturdy backpack that you can rely on day in, day out? If so, the Vanguard Up-rise 48 is one of the best options and at a reasonable £99, it scores well in value for money …

2 reviews | 14 opinions (Excellent)

 

Pro Trekker 300 AW
Lowepro Pro Trekker 300AW

Rucksack

"If you love venturing outdoors, demand a big capacity and require protection from inclement weather, you won't go wrong with the Lowepro Trekker 300AW, but this workhorse will set you back …

1 review | 4 opinions (Above average)

 

 
Tamrac Zuma 4
Tamrac Zuma 4

Bag

Despite Tamrac's Zuma 4 being too small for a regular laptop, since it's designed to hold an iPad or a netbook, Digital SLR User nevertheless found it spacious enough for carrying all your …

1 review | 1 opinion (Excellent)

 

 
Vanguard BIIN 50
Vanguard BIIN 50

Rucksack

Vanguard's BIIN 50 is one of the lightest bags in DSLR User's comparison, something that's important if your kit is already hefty enough and you don't want to add extra weight to …

2 reviews | 2 opinions (Excellent)

 

 
Flip-side 200 Backpack
Lowepro Flipside 200

Rucksack

Practical Photography found the Flipside to be a well thought out bag capable of transporting a good deal of kit and allowing extremely easy access to it once stored. Their reviewer suggested that …

3 reviews | 33 opinions (Excellent)

 

Street Walker
Think Tank Photo Streetwalker

Rucksack

With a depth of just 15cm but enough space to carry all your kit and an airflow channel to keep you cool in crowded spaces, Digital SLR User reckon the Streetwalker is the perfect bag for urban …

3 reviews

 

 


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