For photographers, videographers, creatives and hobbyists, transporting your camera gear and all the extra bells and whistles safely is extremely important. We want to keep them organised, protected and secure. We may also want them accessible too. Camera packs are dedicated cubes to doing all of that.
Many of them are made specifically for that particular brand backpacks and carry, but you’ll find many of them useful that they can be carried on their own or as a separate organiser to switch between carries with ease. Check out the One Tech Traveller ever-expanding collection of Camera packs to travel smarter with your camera and drone gear.
ITR Camera Module
Part of the ITR One Modular Backpack range with the ability to shoulder strap it as a separate carry. The external attachment points on either side is perfect for the Peak Design CapturePro to holster your camera, while the 2 padded dividers can create compartments of any size.
There are no interior pockets which would help for smaller accessories, but is great for mirrorless, DSLR setups with an extra lens. It’ll also hold the DJI Mavic Pro 2 Drone, remote and extra batteries as I tend to switch between for flying. I like the easy but secure shoulder strap which you can adjust on the fly.
The camera field pack adds more utility than the clothing focused VINTA travel pack. It uses the same premium waterproof twill and leather details for the modern traveller. Three mesh accessory pockets with zippers hold your camera batteries, cables, filters and other tech equipment, while the rigid and padded dividers create compartments to any degree of freedom. Create small sections for your lens or long for those telephoto zooms, all protected in thick foaming inside.
Great to move between backpacks or luggages, the VINTA camera field pack is an aesthetically attractive camera pack to match your tech gear and carry. Coming in Charcoal, Forest and Black, the camera field pack is perfect for the modern traveller.
Available in three sizes, Peak Design mix unmatched FlexFold divider creation to mold around any tech equipment you want to store. Perfect for mirrorless, DSLR, small setups or the complete suite for the road, you’ll find the camera pack uncompromising. Floating pockets store your small accessories, while the tear away main zipper is effortless to open.
You can secure the main flap for even easier access, or from the side zippers for grabs that match the Peak Design Travel Line and Everyday Backpack. To finish, the exterior is fully waterproof, meaning you won’t be concerned when out in the elements. This is probably one of the most functional camera packs you’ll find.
Built for the Prvke WANDRD backpacks, the Camera Pack features a carry handle and side access zipper for quick capture and store action. Thinner dividers allow wide customisation to store multiple camera and drone gear together. The small and medium sizes offer large setup carry or more lens and accessories. Soft padded inner material keep your gear from getting scratched while on the move – a simple and flexible camera pack for multiple gear.
Four EVA foam, comfortably pad and protect your camera gear. The Black Ember DSLR Packing Cube works great for both drone and cameras, with two open sleeve pockets on the lid that give extra accessory storage. The outside is resistant to any knocks or abrasion, while the YKK coil zippers give a clean look and water-repellent properties.
The multi-purpose camera pack also doubles up nicely for your gym clothes, drone or even everyday carry. Two exterior pocket on the side offers storage for smaller accessories, with thick padded dividers to keep your gear load secure. The top load zipper exposes your gear in full-view, while the side access is perfect for those moments that calls for the camera. When you don’t need the inserts, it opens up the main space for free-space in its entirety.
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