What's in my bag - 10 day travel shoot

Featured Sunday, 23 November 2014 15:15

Believe it or not, I am packing light to rest my shoulder.

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  • Comment Link Hinling Saturday, 11 April 2015 20:25 posted by Hinling

    Hi Matt,

    Love your tutorials and tips & tracks about photography. Me and husband love wildlife photography (http://www.christofftravel.com/Home_NoFlash.html) and often we go on to trips that require carrying ~40lbs bag and hiking ~7 miles to look for some rare animals in some remote locations. Do you have any recommendation on good ergonomic (i.e most of the weight is on waist, not on shoulder) camera backpack? The current backpacks out there in the market seem to design for either you just do photography (not ergonomically good, or ergonomically ok but no space for anything else but foam compartments for gear) or just do backpacking (ergonomically good but no compartments for camera gear).

    Love to get some advice on this.

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