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DIY Camera Backpack Guide Rev. 2.0

Posted on Monday, August 20 2007 @ 05:45:45 CEST by


Professional camera bags cost an arm, a leg and sometimes, even more! They are a necessity for photographers but not everyone can afford to pay such exorbitant prices. Fear not, however! We have a short guide on how you can convert any ordinary backpack into a camera backpack for virtually no cost at all!

"To be honest, the fundamental difference between a camera bag and any other bag is really nothing more than just padding. If you forget all about the fancy designs, reinforced straps and weather-proof covers, what do you get? Padding. The padding of a good camera bag is what protects your camera and lenses from damage if you ever drop the bag. No, all that fancy quick-access zip locks or double-stitched straps, or even the weather-proof cover is not going to be of any help if gravity snatches the bag from your hands.

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