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Choosing The Right Bag For Your Camera

Posted by canvasbay 06/10/2016 0 Comment(s)

 

 

So do you have a love for photography and like to carry your DSLR everywhere you go? Well, then you would be aware of how important it is to have a bag you can carry your camera in. The lens along with the camera would become a handful if not carried properly and this is the reason you would need to have a camera bag with you all the time. It would keep the lens safe and scratch free. However, when choosing a bag there are a few things you should keep in mind. The bag should be compact, easy to carry and durable. Some of the best bags in the market work on these principles.

 

Compact bags:

If you carry a compact camera then this is the kind of bag you should be going for. You need a bag which has a pouch for the compact so that you do not slip it in your coat’s pocket and end up ruining it. You would need a bag that makes it easy for you to carry the bag and the memory cards too. An unobtrusive pocket that would keep it all safe. When buying a bag make sure you get one which is waterproof and light to make traveling and carrying easy. If you go out in the market, you can find some compact bags at very reasonable prices some even starting at £20.

 

DSLR bags:

DSLR cameras do not come cheap. Some even cost you over thousands of pounds. Of course, you wouldn’t want to ruin them just because you were not carrying them appropriately. Since the camera and its accessories can get a little heavy try to go for a shoulder bag or better yet, a rucksack.  For long distances, you would need a bag with which you can spread its weight evenly while you travel. You would need a bag which has pockets, compartments, and divisions to carry and secure all the different parts of the camera.One of the best bags for this purpose would be Lowepro Pro Runner Bp 450 AW II which cost over £140 but will keep your DSLR safe for sure.

 

Mirrorless CSC bags:

These bags are smaller than a DSLR but you still might end up owning a lot of lenses making it important for you to carry a bag which can not only keep your compact system safe but all the related accessories too. A shoulder bag would be enough for this one since it is not as heavy as a DSLR kit. Think Tank Mirrorless Mover 30i for is a reasonable option to go for if you want a bag in the range of £50-60 to keep your camera and the lenses safe.

A good bag will keep the valuable camera safe while you are traveling so make sure you invest in one which is perfect for your camera.

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