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Manhattan Portage Aperture Camera Bag
Wow... I hope this isn't an overkill... I don't carry a big knife everydag, so I would like to make a difference between what I literally carry or wear EVERY DAY and EVERY WEEKEND. I wish I could express myself as easy or easy going as you ...
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Best Camera Bag(s)?
I have a couple of waist packs from Lowepro. One, an Inverse 100 is small, good for running or climbing, is supposed to hold a camera in the center with lens (lens facing down) and 2 lenses, one on either side. I have a FF Nikon which doesn't fit in that center position, but the partitions are movable, so FF camera w lens plus one addl lens. Excellent for going light. Might be perfect for a video camera
Heavier waistpack: Lowepro AW200...
5 Most Important Features for a Backpacking Camera
Alert! as a backpacker you are not well served by mainstream camera reviews like DPReview. That is, the 5 Most Important Features for a Backpacking Camera are quite different than those for a general use camera in mainstream reviews. Here ...
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Granite Gear Nimbus Trace Access Backpacks
Overall I think it's a great pack and I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a sturdy and convenient backpack that will serve you many years.
After giving it my most serious consideration, I think the GG did a very bad job (personal opinion only) in updating the pack.
Comparing to nimbus trace 62
exo belt included
Added weight for internal compression, also useless (imho)
Added weight for "access" zippers, also less...