Entries from Professional Photographer Magazine Web Exclusives tagged with 'camera bags'

More Bags and Cases (May Issue Extra)

Add these to the fine selection of camera bags and cases featured in the May issue of Professional Photographer magazine.     ONA: The Brixton A classically styled messenger bag, the Brixton features four removable dividers to customize the interior....

If Style Is Your Bag: A Roundup of Fashion Camera Bags

By Robyn L. PollmanThe rules for my bag test are simple. I select camera and electronic equipment I own and use for both personal and professional photography to put into each carrier. With the exception of laptop and iPad pockets,...

Review: Think Tank Photo Sling-O-Matic 30

By Ellis Vener In general I haven’t been a fan of the sling type camera bags I’ve tried so far. Either there is trouble with accessibility, feeling comfortable, or both. One issue is that all of the ones I’ve tried...

Review: Tenba Bags Trifecta (Messenger, Ultralight, Daypack)

Betsy Finn, Cr.Photog., CPP Over the past few weeks, I’ve had the opportunity to test out three Tenba camera bags in the field.  • Messenger Camera Bag • Shootout Ultralight Photo Backpack • Messenger Photo Daypack Each has its own...

Review: BodaV3 Weatherproof Lens Bag

By Cheryl PearsonProfessional photographer Jim Garner set out to create a different kind of camera bag, one not just for storage but designed instead for easy access and carrying while you’re actively shooting. I found that the Boda V3 lens...

Review: Crumpler 8 Million Dollar Home, Cork And Fork

Two (or three) bags to get you there By Curtis Joe Walker 8 Million Dollar Home Crumpler’s $170 8 Million Dollar Home is a handy, versatile shoulder bag for photographers on the go. With a bevy of inserts included, the...

Review: Lowepro Pro Roller x200

By Curtis Joe Walker Roller bags are all about maximum capacity, since there’s no concern about breaking the user’s back. The primary design challenge is making the bag small enough to use as a carry-on, yet large enough to hold...

Review: Tenba Black Label Camera Bag Collection

A line that complements your best professional attire and even fits a petite body size By Cheryl Pearson Tenba has a new Black Label line of premium camera bags that consists of two handcrafted shoulder bags and three photo satchels,...

Review: Backpack Alternatives

Bags we love; One size doesn't fit all By Curtis Joe WalkerThere are many ways to securely and fashionably carry a camera and have fast access to both camera and accessories. Sling bags are arguably the all-round best for this...

Review: Backpack Camera Cases

By Ron EggersCamera case designs range from compact belt packs that are just big enough for one body and one lens to massive hard cases that are big and sturdy enough to ship an entire camera system around the world.With...

Product Review: Lowepro Cirrus TLZ 25

By Joan Sherwood Lowepro brings simplicity to camera bags with its Cirrus TLZ line. These top-loading bags have a single compartment, two Velcro-attach supports, and a memory card pocket. I tested the Cirrus TLZ 25 bag, largest of the line,...

Storm Case iM2500 and New Utility Organizer from Hardigg Cases

Press Release—Air travel has never been easy, but today’s ATA requirements can strain the limits of even the most seasoned traveler—particularly when it comes to carry-on luggage.  Hardigg Cases, the company that revolutionized the protective case industry more than half...

Jill-e Designs Introduces Photo Retail Partners

Stores Big and Small Now Offer Photo Accessories ‘Designed by Women for Women’Press Release—jill-e designs, maker of camera bags and other photo accessories for the professional and advanced amateur female photographer, has introduced a national network of photo retailers, Web...

Jill-e Designs camera bags

By Karen Linsley If you are in the market for a new camera bag, and you happen to be of female persuasion, you might want to look into Jill-e Designs.Co-owner Jill Dorn and her partner traveled to Imaging USA last year...

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