Think Tank Photo — Two Very Different Recommended Camera Bags
If you want a bulletproof camera bag, either of these exceptional products from Think Tank Photo will serve you well. There are major functional differences between the two, but the build quality for both is remarkable for the strength of the materials used and the thought that went into the designs.
Thule Perspektiv Messenger Camera Bag
The Thule Perspektiv Messenger Bag is a tote suitable for your daily commute or a weekend overnighter. Persketiv becomes more than a mere tote or duffle when you unzip its cover and realize there’s a well-padded removable compartment inside that can accommodate a Digital Single Lens Reflex (DSLR) camera with a 70-200mm lens and battery grip attached. In addition, there’s a separate padded compartment for a 15-inch MacBook Pro, as well as an abundance of small zippered compartments suitable for SD cards, extra batteries, filters, and other small objects.
Lowepro Photo Hatchback 16L AW
If you’re searching for a product with the best camera and tablet device storage on the market, you have come to the right review. The Lowepro Photo Hatchback 16L AW is an exceptional case for either a rookie or pro photographer who is looking for simple and easy access to all his gear on the go. The Lowepro Photo Hatchback has all the capabilities of any ordinary backpack, but it has been infused with hidden pockets and convenient storage compartments to fit all the accessories for your DSLR and also the body of your DSLR, while incorporating space to fit any 10″ tablet or ultra book with ease.
Garry Fong Puffer – Pop-Up Flash Diffuser
Company: Gary Fong
Price: $24.99 US
Everyone buying an entry to mid range DSLR with an integrated pop-up flash rapidly learns they are not so great. Like many flashes on compact cameras, they point directly to your subject and are not adjustable. They also tend to blast the subject directly, making it look overexposed.
It’s no secret that I like Apple products. The only computers in our house are Macs, my wife and I both have iPhones, and I was in line to buy an iPad 2 the day it was released.
I don’t consider myself an unthinking Apple fanboy, however. Sometimes Apple products have problems. Sometimes Apple wants to protect me more than I want them to. And I will admit, as much as I love my iPad now, when I first tried my Dad’s original iPad, I was slightly underwhelmed. I didn’t need one right away.
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