WHAT IS THE BEST WATERPROOF DSLR BACKPACK?
At PILGRMR, we often get asked by our customers the above mentioned question. Since there is no one size fits all miracle backpack, we decided to create a Guide to Choosing the Best Waterproof DSLR Backpack.
Everyone who invested some money in photographic equipment should consider getting a proper waterproof camera bag in order to protect his gear. What most of the people tend to forget is that the pack is almost as important as the equipment. If you get caught in a heavy rain, your chances of getting your gear damaged are pretty high. It's a no brainer!
Given that the length of this Guide is sizeable, we'll post here only a preview, hoping to entice to read more about it on the original post published on PILGRMR's blog. There you can find more details on this 5-steps process of finding the right waterproof DSLR backpack for you along with our picks. Go check them out once you're done reading the paragraph below!
**WHAT ARE THE TYPES OF CAMERA BAGS AVAILABLE NOWADAYS?**
* Backpack - This type of bag offers a large interior with designated compartments for your camera, lenses, laptop and other small accessories. They are easier to carry around and can handle travel better than other models.
* Shoulder bag - Smaller in size and lightweight, featuring an adjustable strap, the shoulder bag has a limited space for your photo gear. Most of the models can accommodate your camera and one or two lenses.
* Messenger bag - Can be worn as a crossbody bag and may feature a slightly bigger interior for your camera gear than the shoulder bag.
* Rolling bag - It can be a backpack or a carry-on size bag with wheels and an interior that has a well padded partition. Although this type of bag is meant to be rolled on the ground, it is not suitable for hiking or a rugged terrain. It is mostly recommended for usage in an urban landscape.
* Holster bag - Smaller than a shoulder bag, it can hold a camera and a lens. It can be attached to your belt or a chest bag.
* Backpack insert - A padded box designed to store your camera and lenses. Usually it features a drawstring top closure. Some models may have a strong Velcro on the bottom allowing you to attach it to a convertible backpack. They can come as an additional accessory or as part of a backpack.
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Please note that this post has previously been posted on PILGRMR's blog, Best Travel Tips and Tricks.
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