Expert Picked 5 Best Backpack For DSLR | Review & Buying Guide

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There is no doubt that backpacks are one of the most essential tools invented by us humans to make our life simple and easy. And very similarly, as in the case of Photographers and Videographers too, when it comes to making life simple and easy a good portable Backpack for one’s camera is just something which seems too lucrative to be ignored.

However, in today’s growing market new types of backpacks as well as brands are coming up everyday. And hence, as a result most often it becomes really difficult to find and choose a bag of your choice which can meet all your needs and requirements up to the fullest.

As tedious and wearisome of a job it may seem, today we have just tired to make the choosing process as simple and easy as it can be, so that you know what you have to choose and how you have to choose from among our list of the “Best Backpacks for DSLRs” for the year 2019. We also just reviewed the Best DSLR Microphones & Best SD Card For DSLR

Top 5 Best Backpack For DSLRs In 2019

Here, are a list of 5 of the best Backpack for DSLR Camera in the year 2019 which we have chosen from the many due to their really exclusive features as well as promises. From padding to a good spacious interior, we have checked and looked into it all and finally came up with the reviews which should surely help you out in deciding which backpack out of the many suits you the best. And hence, without any more further delay let us start having a look at each one from A to Z.

1. Lowepro ProTactic BP 450 AW II

The very first and foremost thing I personally loved about this bag after using it for about a year is its space and usability. A perfect bag for almost any kind of scenarios and condition, from marriage parties to long treks in the woods to simply capturing portraits of your loved ones, this bag is ready for the go to any kind of places as well as conditions.

Moreover, the quality of the bag is such that it reflects complete class and it will surely last you a couple of years and even decade if used properly.

Lastly, if you talk about the looks and design of this bag then it is simply subtle and smart. Not much fancy but just perfect to be carried around everywhere with all without catching much of an unwanted attention from anywhere.

Completely safe and easy to carry. And last but not the least, the zip facility this bag employs is completely anti-theft and provides good protection from any kind of unwanted penetration since the bag zips are placed towards the inside rather than outside.

Specifications:

  • Product Dimensions: 8.7 x 20.5 x 14.2 inches
  • Weight: 5.91 pounds
  • Product Description:
  • Slip Lock Utility Pouch
  • Bottle Holder
  • Tripod Cup
  • Laptop Compartment

Pros:

  • Awesome aesthetic design
  • Good Durability
  • Good Usability

Cons:

  • A bit costly

2. Gitzo Adventury 30L DLSR Backpack

If you are someone like me who likes to go on long treks and would not mind walking up hill for more than a couple of hours without a backpack which actually slows you down, then the Gitzo Adventury 30-litre backpack is the perfect bag for both you and your DSLR camera along with the other couple of gadgets you would like to carry for taking some lovely wildlife shots.

And the very best thing about this backpack is that its design and looks completely goes with the nature as well as the jungle. To be completely honest, you will just feel like you are too a part of the jungle or for that matter any kind of natural habitat you go too.

Specifications:

  • Product Dimensions: 12.2 x 7.5 x 18.9 inches
  • Weight: 4.19
  • Product Descriptions:
  • Drone Compartment
  • Laptop Compartment
  • Tablet Compartment
  • DSLR Compartment

Pros:

  • Has space for wide variety of lens
  • Tripod can be easily carried
  • Comes with rain cover

Cons:

  • Can become a bit bulky at times

3. Thule Aspect DSLR Backpack

If you are looking for a more techno style DSLR backpack with a sleek and classy design, then the Thule Aspect DSLR Backpack may be the perfect companion for you to go on shoots.

Although, the dividers are not very superior in quality, the outer body material on the other hand is of fine quality which can surely handle some really rough climates and situation.

Specifications:

  • Product Dimensions: 8.7 x 20.5 x 11.8 inches
  • Weight: 3.2 pounds approx
  • Product Descriptions:
  • Laptop and tablet Compartment
  • Quick Access pocket
  • Tripod Storage facility
  • Hip Belt pockets
  • DSLR Compartment

Pros:

  • Comfortable removable hip belt
  • Good outer built quality

Cons:

  • Compartment walls are not of superior quality
  • Has room for only a single DSLR

4. Canon Deluxe Photo Backpack 200EG (Although SLR cameras)

If you are looking for a bag which goes well with your wallet as well as will last you for years, then the cheap and affordable Canon Deluxe Photo Backpack is the perfect DSLR for you.

Coming with a price tag of just $48.95, this Canon backpack is one of the cheapest yet finest backpack you will find out there. And obviously since, the very name starts with Canon, there is just no doubt that this bag is solely built to meet the needs of photographers and videographers.

And when I say ‘meet the needs’ I mean a whole lot, since inside the bag you can easily fit in a lot of things and that too quite comfortably.

Specifications:

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 12.2 x 7 inches
  • Weight: 2.45 pounds
  • Product Descriptions:
  • DSLR Compartment
  • Multiple Lens Compartments
  • Tripod carrying straps system

Pros:

  • Very Spacious
  • Awesome Durability
  • Affordable

Cons:

  • Looks and Design are not very appealing

5. Peak Design Everyday 30L Backpack

If you are more into looks yet not ready to compromise on quality and usability, then with a few extra bucks investment you can get yourself a beautiful piece of backpack that goes by the name Peak Design Everyday Backpack.

This 20L backpack comes with a beautiful aesthetic design which opens up sideways with the help of its side flaps. Now, this although may sound and seem like a very typical DSLR backpack, the reason it opens up sideways is the whole backpack is distributed into compartments in the form of shelves.

This at times can become really handy as you get too see all your stored devices at the same time and gives you an easy access, however in crapped up situations where you need only a single gadget and would not necessarily need to open up the entire thing, it becomes a bit wearisome in such situations.

Specifications:

  • Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 13 x 20.1 inches
  • Weight: 3.4 pounds
  • Product Descriptions:
  • DSLR Compartment
  • Multiple Lens Compartments
  • Padded Laptop Compartment
  • Interior Memory card Compartments
  • Internal Battery Compartments
  • Internal Filters Compartments

Pros:

  • Good quality internal design
  • Nice side flaps

Cons:

  • Front opening is missing
  • A bit costly

How To Choose The Best Backpack For Your DSLR?

As promised earlier, in the following section we will look at the various aspects needed to be considered and looked into before choosing a backpack which best suits your DLSR as well as your needs and then going forward with buying it. And hence, so that you have no trouble in figuring out how to decide which is better and which is not, we have a small guide for you where we have tried to cover and explain everything that revolves around choosing the best of DSLR backpacks.

Build And Material Used

Now, the very first thing to notice in a bag is its built quality and the material used for its manufacturing. Here, while looking for whether the quality of the material used is good or not it is very important to consider some other aspects too like extra features as well as the price of a particular bag under observation.

It is not always necessary that a costlier bag would last you more than a bag which is more affordable. Also, if a bag is costly and has a lot of features along with a good quality built than deciding to go with it might too not seem like a bad idea after all.

So, it basically depends upon your experience with products and an eye for faults and pros while observing a particular product. Thus, if I need to put it in simple terms, there is just a very thin silver lining within all the above mentioned things you need to look for while deciding whether a certain backpack is good for you or not.

Weight And Portability

The other most important thing to look into while deciding on a backpack for you DSLR camera is the weight and portability of the particular backpack of choice.

If you are more of a person who likes to shoot in nature and has to do a lot of trekking and walking then getting yourself a backpack which is heavy may not seem like an ideal option at all. However, if you like a backpack which meets all your needs and at the same time weighs more than the typical backpacks, then you have to ask yourself first, how much walking you do or need to.

And if the answer is somewhat like there is not much walking and usually you go from one place to the other by a vehicle then a bag having good features with some amount of weight may not harm much.

Good padding

Now, if we need to be more specific in what differentiates a good ideal DSLR backpack from a normal everyday backpack, it would be the quality and amount of padding which comes inside a backpack.

Usually if you look at a good quality backpack for DSLRs, then it should comprise of good categorized compartments along with some fine padding within each compartments so that your camera can withstand some rough bumps here and there without any much of an issue at all.

Hence, it is very important and crucial that you first have a look at the inside of the backpack you choose to buy and only after you are convinced that the padding offered by the bag is enough for your camera can you go forward with the buy.

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