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Camera Bags

3146sdzqzwl_sl500_aa200_.jpgNo matter if you are a professional photographer or just an amateur, protecting your gear with a camera bag is always a good idea. While some of the camera bags on the market can be a bit expensive right off the bat, but in the long run it will be money well spent. This is especially true for the camera enthusiast with large amounts of gear. So, if you have been sitting on the fence about investing money in an expensive camera bag, do it, you won’t regret it.

While many of the larger and more professional camera bags are a bit pricey, there are plenty of off brands that are affordably priced. These cheaper camera bags are great for the average person who just wants something to protect their point and shoot camera. These smaller point and shoot camera bags are a great way to keep all your memory cards, chargers, cords, and extra batteries organized and easy to find.

Check out some of these great camera bags:

  • Lowepro SlingShot 100 All-Weather Digital Camera Backpack – (buy)
  • Nikon Backpack for DSLR, Lenses, and Laptop – (buy)
  • Tamrac 3536 Express 6 Camera Bag – (buy)

A somewhat recently growing trend in the camera bag world is the rise of the backpack camera bags. These camera bags are great for not only nature photographers, but for outdoor enthusiasts and travelers. If you are an extreme nature photographer, you might want to look into some of the waterproof camera bags by Lowepro which are extremely well made. There are also some hybrid camera backpacks that are half camera bag and half backpack which are good for day hikes and nature photographers.

Camera bags are easily one of those things where you get what you pay for. So, if you are a professional photographer looking for a great bag, don’t skemp on the price. Expect to pay a few hundred bucks on a bag, otherwise you will be disappointed and looking for a new bag within a year.