There’s a lot of photographers and filmers in BMX these days and a good camera bag is never a bad investment when it comes to hauling all your gear around. We recently got our hands on a DSLR Pro camera bag from our friends at Incase and we’re really psyched on it since our old Canon bag just wasn’t cutting it anymore. This bag has a lot of features and a super clean look, so we figured it would be a good idea to take a closer look and talk about just what makes this bag so good. Ready? Let’s do this.
This week’s TTL comes in the form of a review. This is the first time I’ve personally done any kind of photo equipment review and I’m honored to have the chance. The guys over at Inside Line Equipment hit up The Union looking to get a camera bag tested and reviewed and I was more than willing to check it out. The simple fact that I have shot with the same camera bag (a Lowepro Super Trekker) since around 2006 means that not only have I been using a great bag for years but it also means that I know exactly what I like and don’t like in a camera bag. I know exactly what it is that I am looking for and I know what it is that I demand as a photographer who needs gear that I can rely on. It’s simple; either I’m going to like it, or I’m not. And these guys were willing to put their bag on the line so I was willing to put it to the test. Read on to find out how the MK III photo backpack performs in the real world.