A bag for the shutterbug snowboarder. The DaKine Reload Photo Backpack ($239.95) carries all of your camera gear and even your snowboard too. The bag has padded, movable dividers inside the bag accommodate everything from camera bodies and lenses to socks and wool layers and even some extra gnar. Keep your equipment safe during transport, this pack is perfect for photographers on the snow looking for a convenient carry system.
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The perfect choice to carry your gear on a mountain bike or just around the way. F-Stop’s Guru Day Pack ($165-$299) is ideal for a day trip or just around town with your full setup. Constructed from Rip Stop nylon and high density foam make this backpack a workhorse that stands up to abuse and features a full sized hip belt, padded shoulder straps, and adjustable sternum strap allow you to carry heavy loads easier. The bag works with F-Stop’s Small, Medium, and Hatchback ICU’s so you can use the correct ICU for the trip. Smaller ICU for less camera gear and more other stuff, or an extra ICU for all Camera gear.
Carrying this bag is no-sweat. The Clik-Elite Cloudscape Backpack ($145) is designed to allow the outdoor photographer to be prepared and comfortable on their adventurous photography missions. It’s packed with useful features such as a hydration compartment that fits an optional 3.0 Liter bladder essential for active users and an ice axe or tripod portal with tuck-away attachment cords. The bag has an interior “Marsupial” lens pouch with adjustable dividers that protects lenses, flashes, and other photo gear. The bag has a breathable harness that consists of; padded, breathable shoulder straps that provide all-day comfort with additional support from an adjustable sternum strap. A breathable back panel vents heat and moisture and a breathable, padded waist belt with bi-directional buckle comfortably cradles hips and keeps the wearer cool.
Shred and shoot. Burton’s F-Stop Pack ($224.95) brings together pro-level photography features and snowsports-specific design to give you mobility, capacity, and protection for your cameras, lenses, and accessories. A fully-padded interior is stuffed with compartments that keep your prized goods safe, and external pockets organize your other on-snow needs. A well-designed vertical board carrying system lets you hike for your next shot.
Over the shoulder or around the waist. The F-Stop Mala camera bag ($129) blends functionality with intelligent design to create the ideal pack for the serious outdoor photographer. Constructed of high-quality weather resistant ballistic nylon and weatherproof zippers, the Mala offers amazing weather resistance, ready to take on the most extreme conditions. Features include a Water-shedding 420 HT ballistic nylon, YKK Uretek water-resistant zippers, thermal molded EVA foam panel, and side compression. Some other features include a weather proof urethane coated mesh pocket, front access pockets, and interior organizer that can be customized to fit a variety of equipment.
Who doesn’t need to carry two laptops and a handgun with them? The Naneu Pro Adventure Series K4F Backpack ($279.99) was designed for law enforcement, government agencies, professional videographers and field editors. A dual slot laptop compartment provides room and protection for 2 computers with a screen up to 17″. An optional removable, well-padded insert compartment can house a pro digital SLR body with up to 8 1/2″ lens attached, plus 2-3 additional short lenses, flash and other accessories on the sides is available. There is also a weapon compartment that has room for a service weapon and handcuffs.
Bring your camera kit along for any adventure. The Mountainsmith Kit Cube camera compartment ($29) creates padded protection for your camera out of almost any pack or piece of luggage. It is designed to hold a digital SLR camera with standard lens attached, 2nd lens up to 70-300mm or 70-200mm and flash. The bag is made of 210 denier nylon body fabric and a yellow 210 denier polyester lined interior and a padded compartment with internal dividers for customizing the interior.
Boom goes the dynamite. The Beta Shell SLR lens cases ($50-$85) are constructed unlike any other SLR lens case and take a serious approach to protecting your camera optics. The water-tight rigid polymer shells are lined with vibration damping foam that allows for protection from moisture, impact, and extreme ambient temperatures. The cases allow you to travel from the longest rivers to the highest mountains with confidence your camera lens will be there to catch the perfect shot.
Reduce, reuse, recycle. The Lowepro Primus AW Backpack ($74.95) is a fast-access, all-weather backpack designed for the adventurous photographer. It is built with a recycled, water-resistant outer fabric and a seam-sealed AW cover that protects the gear. It is made to carry a pro digital SLR or DV camcorder outfit with accessories, and personal outdoor items. The pack conforms to a variety of body types with an adjustable eight point harness system, giving the photographer exceptional comfort under a heavy load. The lumbar-equipment access point keeps the bag off the ground when digging for equipment in either the upper or lower padded compartments.
It’s that time of year. Winter. As the demands of winter location photography increase, the Borealis AT Daypack ($189) from Mountainsmith delivers. The Borealis exceeds demand by providing photographers with the highest level of protection for a wide array of photo equipment, laptop computer, and digital accessories. A sturdy harness system and waist straps are set for spending all day on your back. The bag has enough cargo room for primary DSL camera; back-up camera body and camera gear, and a laptop. In addition, the bag is made with 100% recycled PET ReDura fabric, the Borealis AT is a great example of products and fabrics using re-purposed materials.