Posts Tagged ‘camerabag’

Why I Went Mirrorless and Switched from Canon to Fuji: A Detailed Exploration

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Warning: This will be a longer and more in-depth post. But in the age of paid-for reviews, I felt frustrated by the lack of perspective on the “what camera should I buy” and “why mirrorless, really?” discussions that I see online.

So I wanted to give an authentic point of view about why I switched from a professional Canon bag to a mirrorless system. I hope that it helps others think through their choice when they decide to adopt one system or another. Read more…

Make a Beautiful DIY Camera Bag from a Pair of Jeans and an Old Laptop Bag

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When it comes to camera bags, there’s no such thing as perfect. But if you’re looking to get as close to perfect for you as possible, the best way to go about it is probably to create your own.

That’s exactly what Intructables user inspiredwood did with some help from his sewing skills, an old pair of jeans, and laptop bag he didn’t need any more. The result is a unique, functional, upcycled camera bag that looks great to boot! Read more…

Iconic Magnum Photogs Harvey & McCurry Set Out to Create the Ultimate Camera Bags

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Outdoor-apparel company Filson has teamed up with two of the most notable Magnum photographers, Steve McCurry and David Alan Harvey, to create the ultimate set of camera bags. From simple totes to full-fledged backpacks, the line-up is impressive across the board. Read more…

$3,500 Louis Vuitton Mirrorless Camera bag is Perfect for Your Hasselblad Stellar

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Don’t you just hate it when you spend several thousand dollars on a dressed up Sony RX100 (Mark I) or NEX-7 with a Hasselblad logo on it, only to find yourself carrying it around in the same cheap camera bag as that guy down the street who bought the Sony version?

Well fear not, dear citizen of the luxury world, because Louis Vuitton is here to help! Introducing: the $3,500 Louis V camera bag for small and medium-sized cameras. Read more…

Transport a Tripod by Adding a Strap to the Bottom of a Camera Backpack

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Sick of carrying your tripod separately from your camera backpack? If you have certain types of backpacks, you can add your own strap loop system to the bottom to serve as a makeshift tripod carrying feature.
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Hand-Crafted Leather Camera Bags that Won’t Break the Bank

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Leather messenger bag-style camera bags don’t come cheap. A cursory search on B&H Photo will reveal prices that often run in the $300+ range for something with decent storage space. Fortunately, Etsy seller LeftoverStudio offers a hand-crafted, high-quality alternative that will cost you half as much. Read more…

New HoldFast Bag Lets You Tote Around Your Camera Inside Bison Skin

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HoldFast Gear makes gear for photographers that you won’t really find from other companies. Last year one of their big products was the MoneyMaker, a suspenders-style leather camera strap that looks like it popped out of an old detective film.

Today the company added a new eye-catching product to its lineup: the Bison Tote. It’s a tote bag that’s made out of bison hide.
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Review: The Ona Leather Brixton is a Bag That Won’t Cramp Your Fashion Style

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When was the last time you received a compliment for how beautiful your camera bag is? Do you dread carrying your gear to activities and events due to the fact that your bag completely clashes with your fashion sensibilities? Are you a man?

If you answered “yes” to that last question, camera bag company ONA wants to change your answer for the first two.
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Accessorize From the Hip with the New Spider Monkey by Spider Holster

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Spider Camera Holster just announced its newest addition to the holster family. Unveiled at WPPI Las Vegas, the company’s new Spider Monkey does for accessories what the SpiderPro or Black Widow Kit does for your SLR — it keeps them instantly accessible on your hip at all times. Read more…

Honest Couple Finds and Returns Camera Bag with Gear and $11,000 Cash

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A couple were visiting a vista point near the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco this past Valentine’s Day when they came across a black camera bag that had apparently been misplaced. After the owner didn’t turn up to recover it, they looked inside and found a wallet with Chinese currency, credit cards, an “expensive-looking” camera and lens… and $11,000 in cash.
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