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Tread Campouch

Bag

Providing a history of the material used to manufacture the pouch, this environmentally friendly and fairtrade product, made from recycled inner tyre tubes by well-treated Columbian workers, and …

1 review

 

DH 30
Think Tank Photo Digital Holster 30

Bag

Though Thinktank Photo's Digital Holster 30 is limited to use with specific DSLR and lens combinations, its construction and ability to expand, along with waterproof rain cover make it an …

1 review

 

Adventure Messenger One
Tamrac Adventure Messenger 1

Bag

"... To sum up, this is an ideal bag for the city or lightweight traveller, without looking like a camera bag."

2 reviews

 

 
Crumpler New Delhi 510
Crumpler New Delhi 510

Bag

Price in a Crumpler bag is always an issue, however the near-indestructible build and high quality materials mean they will take years of abuse before looking weary. The removable inner and plenty of …

1 review | 1 opinion (Excellent)

 

MatchMaker
Crumpler Match Maker

Rucksack

In contrast to most similar camera bags, the Crumpler is a stylish rucksack capable of coping with the majority of a photographer's kit, it even features a separate and removable laptop …

2 reviews

 

Earth Explorer Large Backpack 5737
National Geographic NG 5737

National Geographic's Earth Explorer bags are stylish and look good while protecting your photography kit and being comfortable to carry while travelling. Photography Monthly think that …

1 review | 1 opinion (Above average)

 

 
DZ100
Lowepro Dry Zone 100

Bag

Lowepro's DryZone pack range deliver exactly that; waterproof soft-sided bag for the outdoor photographer. The innovative TIZIP system closes and seals both the robust main camera and …

1 review | 1 opinion (Average)

 

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Billingham 335

Bag

TrustedReviews declared the Billingham 335 to be a hands-down winner thanks to its good quality, user friendliness, extreme versatility and superb set of features. This is a very durable system for …

1 review | 1 opinion (Excellent)

 

Rezo 140 All Weather
Lowepro Rezo 140 AW

Bag

For a bag this size, the Rezo 140 AW from Lowepro is a bit pricier than TrustedReviews would've liked, but they point out that the build quality is impressive. Compact and offering a host of …

1 review | 282 opinions (Excellent)

 

NG 5162
National Geographic NG5162

Rucksack

"... It swallowed most of our gear, though you'd have to leave behind the telephoto zoom. There's no real lumbar support and using the D-rings for strap adjustment is slow and annoying …

1 review

 

 
Pretty Boy 7500 XXXL Maxi
Crumpler Pretty Boy 7500 (XXXL)

Bag

The Crumpler Pretty Boy 7500 isn't quite as polished as it could be considering the fairly high price tag, but as far as TrustedReviews are concerned, it's a nice, compact system for …

1 review | 1 opinion (Excellent)

 

Crumpler Pretty Boy Photo Bag
Crumpler Pretty Boy Photo Bag

Bag

In the camera bag market, Crumpler are gaining a strong foothold by creating bags like the Pretty Boy, which have a very diverse style and sensible padded outer. What Digital Camera also consider the …

1 review | 3 opinions (Excellent)

 

Vanguard Pampas 59
Vanguard Pampas 59

Rucksack

The Pampas was one of the largest bags on test, but due to its two-compartment design, fitting a DSLR and lenses into the padded compartment meant detaching lens from body. Digital Photo magazine …

1 review

 

Kata W-92 Waist pack
Kata W-92 Waist pack

Bum bag

"... the bag is a little bulky for smaller-framed photographers, but its durable design overcomes such complaints. Perfect for when you need to be mobile."

1 review

 

Press top206
Billingham PressTop 206

Bag

"... when the top flap is pulled back, the presstop offers very fast access. As for the large leather strap, it offers plenty of support, and features a functional non-slip grip."

1 review

 

The SinkingBarge
Crumpler The Sinking Barge

Rucksack

"... if you don’t have much camera equipment to carry around, it provides a decent overall solution for transporting a variety of specialist and day-to-day items. ..."

1 review

 

 
The Key stone
Crumpler The Keystone

Rucksack

"... we loved the secure rear-access of the Keystone and its bigger cousins, although you will of course have to put the bag down somewhere to open it, at which point everyone will see all your …

1 review

 

 
Cirrus TLZ15
Lowepro Cirrus TLZ 15

Bag

The gun-slinger style of carrying your camera around may not suit everyone's tastes, but What Digital Camera suggest that the Lowepro Cirrus TLZ 15 would prove to be a handy arrangement for …

1 review | 36 opinions (Excellent)

 

U 120
Naneu Pro U120

Rucksack

"t doesn't look geeky, it doesn't look like it was designed by an old photographer for other old photographers. It just looks like urbanwear you might want to wear. For now, Naneu Pro …

1 review

 

1600 hard top case
Peli 1600 case

Bag

"If you want to fly with a lot of gear or take cameras into the great outdoors then just get a Peli. It's that simple - there's nothing that will give your gear more protection …

1 review | 2 opinions (Excellent)

 

 


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