camera bags

Crumpler Brazilian Dollar Home

The Crumpler Brazilian Dollar Home Photo/Laptop Bag is on sale at Adorama right now for $199.95 (reg. $335). Check it out here at Adorama.

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JLab Pro Roller

Adorama has the big JLab Pro Roller Getaway ‘Aperture Edition’ camera bag for only $64.95 (reg. $129.95). It is a large bag with rollers on the bottom and is designed for carry-on travel. It features a front pocket that will hold a 17″ laptop and the large internal area can be reconfigured to hold a variety of DSLRs and lens combos. Check it out here at Adorama.

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Lowepro Urban Photo Sling 250

Adorama has the Lowepro Urban Photo Sling 250 camera bag for $49.99 (reg. $99.99). The Urban Photo Sling 250 fits up to 1 DSLR with an attached 70-200mm lens; 2 extra lenses or a flash and 1 lens; a tablet; the side pocket fits a water bottle or small tripod; accessories and personal items. Check it out here at Adorama.

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Lowepro Fastpack 250

Adorama has a great deal on the Lowepro Fastpack 250 for $59.99 (reg. $129.99) now through July 7. The Fastpack 250 is designed for packing DSLR gear and up to a 15.4″ laptop. The side entry panel allows you to get to your DSLR without completely removing the backpack from your shoulders. Check it out here at Adorama.

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Kata Ultra-Light 255 UL Backpack

Adorama has the Kata Ultra-Light Bug-255 UL backpack for $149.99 (reg. $349.99) now through July 7. It’s a huge bag that holds 2 pro-sized DSLRs and 5-6 lenses (up to a 300mm f/2.8 attached to a body), as well as a 17″ laptop. Check it out here at Adorama.

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DIY Camera Bag

My Vivitar camera backpack has way outlived its shelf life, with ripped dividers and nowhere near enough protection for my gear, and it was time for a replacement. Initial research showed that nearly any of the name brand offerings were out of reach, ranging from $130 for the Think Tank Retrospective Bags, to $300-400 for their rolling cases. While these products are worth every penny typically, my lean budget wasn’t going to accomodate it.

A Cheesycam article perked my interest in creating my own solution out of a padded divider from Calumet, along with a cheap rolling suitcase from a big box store, but those dividers are currently backordered. With the possibility of this sort of solution in mind, I set out to find something similar. [click to continue…]

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