Every week a handful of emails hit my inbox about a new backpack on Kickstarter or Indiegogo, complete with a flashy video and promises of revolutionizing how I carry all my toys. I’ll be the first to admit that I’ve been tempted to donate to quite a few of them. But it’s hard to be pulled away from the Lowepro camera…
Finding a comfortable way to carry around your gear is always a challenge for photographers. DSLRs are heavy. Lenses are big. Many enthusiasts—even pros—are turning to mirrorless cameras and their small footprints as a way to lighten the load. But you still need a bag, the perfect bag, to accommodate your shrunken…
A comfortable way to transport gear is essential for a photographer, whether you shoot for a living or you're just a well-equipped enthusiast. Backpacks work—until they're back-breaking—so there's a big need for a less stressful solution. That means wheels.
Cameras gear is not fun to carry around. Any enthusiast with a lens fetish—or any professional with places to be and a shit-ton to carry—already knows that taking the weight off the shoulders is worth more than steady work shooting supermodels.
Lowepro's DSLR Video Fastpack AW bags are like having A/V closets on your back. Each stylishly spartan pack can hold your camera, multiple lenses, lights, audio gear, a tripod, and your laptop without breaking a sweat. It'll make your next shoot much much easier. Starts at $120. [Lowepro]
Lowepro CompuDayack (and bonus Lowepro pictures of other backpacks)