Most camera packs do a great job of carrying camera gear but forget that many of us want to carry regular stuff as well. The StreetLine BP 250 from LowePro bucks the trend with a small form factor that’ll tote a laptop and daily essentials.
I’m always on the lookout for better ways to carry my camera gear while riding. Over the last few years I’ve accumulated a number of camera packs, but have yet to find that perfect one pack solution. At this point, I’m convinced there is none; instead I’ve narrowed it down to two or three. My current go-to […]
There was a time when I lived with a Timbuk2 messenger bag on my back. The thing accompanied me everywhere; in fact, years later I still have that damn bag, and although it looks a bit beat-down it is in decent shape and completely functional. Now that I’m 10 years older and my back started […]
We’ll start with the summary and skip to the end: the Clik Elite Sport Camera Pack features solid construction, and carries the weight well, but mountain bikers looking for a minimal camera carrying solution may do well to continue their search or wait until a revision with more trail riding specific features. This pack comes […]
Messenger bags and backpacks are standard urban cycling accessories these days, and many packs easily hold so much stuff we practically live out of them. However, it is a lot tougher to find that perfect pack when you’re a photographer that carries an SLR and a basic strobist kit on top of everything else. Finding […]