Not your typical look. The Urban Quiver ($225.00) from Blackstone Bags is made for use as a day excursion pack. The bag’s tubular shape holds camera gear more efficiently, taking the shapes and contours of your camera gear into mind. Designed especially for the urban environment, the bag reduces the chances of gear theft by restricting access to the main compartment while you’re wearing the bag , perfect for amongst crowds or riding public transportation. The main compartment opening peels entirely back, giving complete, unhindered access to the inside. Carry-on approved for the majority of global airlines. The bag is designed, developed and manufactured in Portland, OR.
Sleek. Black. Functional. The dA PRO Camera Bag ($74.95) by deviantWEAR (a.k.a. deviantART) is an affordable one shoulder strap that is the perfect size and the perfect look for a day of photography out on the streets. The bag is designed with a with a dual zipper top-loading camera access panel which allows you to quickly draw your camera out from the bag. It is sized to fit a DSLR camera and up to four lenses or two camera bodies and three lenses with room for flash. It also comes with the standard camera bag accouterments such as a rain proof cover, place for your phone/ipod and straps to attach a tripod.
On the outside, The Hundreds Paparazzi Backpack ($79) is an unassuming canvas backpack. That is what it is meant to be. On the inside, it is clearly meant to accommodate the needs of photographers. The backpack is divided into three main compartments: at the top back there’s a well-padded laptop compartment, at the top front there’s a large compartment with several pockets including a mesh zipper pocket, pen holders, a mini carabiner for your keys, etc. Below that on the lower front, there’s a large zip out pocket with all the customizable padding configurations necessary for photographers to store cameras, lenses, flashes and other goodies. This bag is perfect for the photo blogger out on their daily adventures, capturing the world around them.