Camera Backpack Versus Camera Hard Case
Camera backpacks are more versatile when compared to a camera hard case. You can just simply carry your camera anywhere in the field. I have photographed amazing landscapes in the following areas Burney Falls State Park, Yosemite Valley Half Dome, fall colors in Seattle, Washington, and Fall colors in Oregon. You can purchase stock photos from Alamy.com by clicking on the following link. RJ Styles Photography Stock photography by RJ Styles at Alamy There are some problems with a camera back pack. Rain or water can easily penetrate it. Your camera back pack when placed on the ground may appear zipped shut, and when you grab your back pack especially if you’re tired from a long day the contents of your back pack will fall onto the ground. Your expensive camera, your expensive lenses, and your expensive filters will all fall onto the ground and could be damaged beyond repair. Click the following link to purchase a high quality back pack click here. Zipper handles fall off; the first thing to fall off the zippers typically is the little cords. Zippers can fail to close over time. The hard case especially the one made by pelican can provide protection from rain and water. Click here to purchase a pelican camera case. In fact the company claims that you can even submerge the hard case in water and your equipment will stay dry. Hard cases can be less desirable to carry for long distances in the field. Cheap back packs seem to fall apart quickly. Some of the high end back packs can cost well over $200. If you plan on purchasing a camera back pack make sure that it is high quality. Ensure the interior of the back pack has a thick cushion around the perimeter of the bag and also make sure that the dividers are equally thick. Please help a struggling disabled photographer by donating today. RJ Styles is in need of a long lens for bird photography. Click her for donations. God Bless!