Many of us like to carry our cameras with us everywhere to capture our favorite moments. Unfortunately, our cameras are far from bullet-proof. Our Cameras can be easily damaged by things like wind, dust, sand, precipitation, and extreme weather conditions. It is therefore extremely important to us as a photographer to protect our cameras from even the smallest of things. And one of the best ways to do so is by purchasing a high-quality camera Backpack.
Camera Backpack can be fairly expensive, if you look for quality. But, in the long run, it's worth it. A well-made camera bag will last for several years. You'll be able to use it winter, summer, spring, and fall. It will be comfortable to carry and attractive. And, bottom line, it will protect your precious camera equipment.
What is the Best DSLR Camera Backpack?
We have over a thousand types of Camera Backpacks in the market today, and one of the best that I have personally used is, NEW YORK CAMERA BACKPACK
Why New York Camera Backpack?
Firstly, it features a pocket or strap to carry a tripod... It's convenient to be able to attach the tripod to the side or the underneath of the backpack, without having to carry a separate tripod bag. I wouldn't want a camera backpack without this feature, not for landscape or travel photography, which is why I got a tripod, in the first place.
Comfortable when wearing on the back for a few hours... New York Camera Backpack has nicely padded shoulder straps and a nice distribution of the combined weight of all the gear inside, so you can walk for a good couple of hours without feeling overburdened - sure, your own physical conditioning will play a part in this, but I love the weight distribution of New York Camera Backpack, and also the raised pads on the back that allows some airflow across your back, so that you're not accumulating so much sweat up against the backpack when hiking for a while.
A quick-access hatch for accessing your camera...
This is one of the main features that I just wouldn't want to do without, having experienced how useful it is. It just speeds up access to your camera, as you don't have to open up the large zipped main compartment - just a quick release of a single clip; a pull of a single zip; and a rip-open. This is all done in an instant and is great should a sudden, photo opportunity spontaneously arise.
Rearrange able dividers to keep your gear organized... In the main compartment of the New York Camera Backpack, there are a series of padded dividers so different camera accessories can have their own pockets or compartments, without getting all jumbled up while you're on the move. This also prevents expensive equipment from being knocked about against each other, potentially being damaged in the process.