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The Best Tripods in 2022

You've probably heard it before: a great tripod is one of the most valuable investments you can make as a photographer. Conversely, one of the worst investments you can make is buying a mediocre or straight-up bad tripod.

Peak Design Launches the ‘Three in One’ Field Pouch V2

Peak Design has updated its Field Pouch that it says is three bags in one: an organizer for a larger bag, a small walk-around essentials satchel, and a belt-mountable waist carry bag. The weatherproof nylon canvas shell on the outside keeps the interior -- wrapped in soft felt -- safe.

My Experience with the Peak Design Travel Tripod

The Peak Design Travel Tripod. Let's just get it out there: it's $600 for the carbon fiber model. That’s a lot of money. You can buy less expensive tripods that are objectively better at a lot of things that this tripod does. The main selling point is that it's light and packs up tiny, so it’s less of a burden to use when you’re traveling.

Peak Design Made a Travel Tripod with Game-Changing Compactness

The San Francisco-based company Peak Design prides itself on creating innovative products for photographers that redefine their categories, and today it's back to disrupt a new niche: tripods. The brand's new Travel Tripod is designed to be one of the most compact and easy-to-use tripods ever made.

A New Bag from Peak Design – A Travel Bag!

Check out the new Kickstarter that just launched today! That team at Peak Design doesn’t sleep. This time they’re going for something even bigger, both in size and scope. Their foray into the competitive “travel bag” space is bulwarked by a wealth of experience in making all sorts of bags, especially those designed for photographers.

A Photographer’s Review of the Peak Design Everyday Sling

First of all I just want to say this: Peak Design got the name of the Everyday Sling wrong. This bag isn't the Everyday Sling, it's the Everything Sling because this bag literally does everything I would ever possibly need to do when I'm going out.

Peak Design’s Everyday Bag Line Now Has a Backpack, Tote, and Sling

Peak Design and photographer Trey Ratcliff have found a winning formula in the world of camera bags. Their Everyday Messenger bag raised nearly $5,000,000 on Kickstarter in July 2015 when it was unveiled. Now they're back with a set of new bags that expand the Everyday lineup: a backpack, tote, and sling.

Review: CaptureLENS is a Doodad That Does Come in Handy for Lenses

"Lens management"... Zzzz... I'm bored already.

If there's one area of photography that continuously plagues just about every photographer, it's what to do with your lenses. Where and how to store them at home, how to pack them for airplane travel, how to keep them on your person when you're actually shooting. The many questions and solutions grow tiresome after a while.