9 Best Camera BackPacks For Travel & Vlogging | Gear Review & Tips

Choosing the best camera backpack for travel vlogging is a tough decision – this travel camera bag review video makes it simple for you to make the right choice, so you and your camera can travel anywhere you want.

– Alpine Rucksack by VENQUE ► https://amzn.to/2EKx9bb
– Peak Designs Everyday Backpack 20L ► https://amzn.to/2GY6qKg
– Peak Designs Everyday Backpack 30L ►https://amzn.to/2HxBUrO
– Vinta S Series ► https://amzn.to/2qvcNOh
– Vinta V2 ►https://www.vinta.co/
– F Stop ICU (Small Pro) ► https://amzn.to/2JLeakz
– F Stop ICU (Medium Pro) ►https://amzn.to/2qygG4X
– F Stop ICU (Large Pro) ► https://amzn.to/2qu73Es
– F Stop Lotus 30L ►https://fstopgear.com/products/packs/lotus
– F Stop Tilopa 50L ► https://fstopgear.com/products/packs/tilopa
– F Stop Sukha 70L ►https://fstopgear.com/products/packs/sukha
– F Stop SHINN 80L ► https://fstopgear.com/products/packs/shinn

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Natalie Waitt-Gibson says:

Ummmm pretty sure you guys read my mind, I was just searching camera backpacks for hours last night…..

Kay says:

Great video! Where are you guys heading off to next? I am trying to work out a Costa Rica Trip in September. They also have green sea turtles laying their eggs that time I beileve. Oh I think you guys should make your own branded Travel great called the vagabrothers. Built and made for travellers like yourselves.

vimak101 says:

I have the Peak Design 30L and it has a thin waist strap that you can shove in the side pockets. Also check out the Tenba BYOB camera inserts, they sell a packable messenger bag to go with the inserts.

Matthew Bell says:

What is the brand name of the map on your wall?

Meghan Dunphy says:

Thank you so much for this video! How did you know I needed this info? 😉

Rahul Vaishnav says:

hy guys u rock m from india.. love to see u.. 🙂

TheOtherChef says:

thanks guys! I have been waiting for this video! I’m traveling tomorrow! Can’t wait!

GetLostwithJohnny says:

As always great video and thanks for the tips 🙂

Adam Toms says:

Great video guys, who doesn’t love a good backpack?
I got myself a bobby backpack this year, its a nice light minimalist pack

Deepika Dinesh says:

Guys….please do a trip to Mauritius. And south India. And also Switzerland.

Unofficial Bucket List Family says:

I still think for begin her’s are you really need is your iPhone and a GoPro…but good tips btw

kb10gamer93 says:

Always making great videos. well done guys keep it up 🙂

Words with Winos Travel Vlog says:

Thanks for all the tips! Traveling with all this equipment can sometimes be a pain, but it is def worth it! 🙂

Damien Mead says:

Don’t like the fstop Anja?

Em O says:

The timing for this video is perfect! I’m currently hunting around for a good camera bag that I can use on trips. Thanks for all of the great info y’all!

Shashank G says:

Thanks a ton vagabrothers!!

Johannes Immonen says:

Beautiful color grading! Next, how to shoot travel videos? And how to make them look pretty!

HippocraticNow says:

You guys inspired me to learn spanish and eventually travel to spain! any suggestions, as I am only about a month into my lessons? Learned in high school, but can honestly say I do not remember much. Graduating college in May and planning on hammering some more spanish lessons this summer prior to traveling! Thank you guys, keep exploring!

wout ledure says:

You guys should try the bags from shimoda design!

Xyya Lahli says:

Hey guys! I have a recommendation.
The bag I’m recommending is the Kattee professional DSLR bag found here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LC1GN7Y/ref=twister_B07C3L764D
It’s super cheap but it’s good for people who don’t do photography professionally but still want a camera backpack. Because it’s cheap, it has a few downsides like no hip straps, it’s pretty small, it’s not accessible from the back it’s not waterproof, etc. However, it fits a 15″ laptop, has a waterproof rain cover, tripod straps, etc. This would be more for reeeeally small trips but I thought it was worth mentioning. There’s also a similar one by Beaspire that’s also cheap which can be found here: https://www.amazon.com/Professional-Waterproof-Multifunctional-Resistant-Accessories/dp/B01JOVOJM0/ref=sr_1_17?s=photo&ie=UTF8&qid=1523728874&sr=1-17&keywords=camera+backpack I don’t have this bag so I can’t vouch for it though. Anyway, I love your videos and have been waiting for one like this! Happy travels!

Jen O'Hogan says:

I recently picked up a bag very similar to the Vinta V2 (it’s a generic brand though). It’s a bit larger and has a great tripod holder. I discovered, if you don’t need the bag for gear, you can take out the inserts and use it as a standard carry on. It’s also really inexpensive. Not sure how long it’ll last though. Here’s the link below.

Manuel Carranza says:

The peak design backpack does have a hip strap. It’s hidden in the water bottle pockets. Also on the bottom there are extra straps from external carry.

WiebkeWanderlust says:

Great video! However, I would not describe the Sukha by F-Stop as carry-on compatible – it actually exceeds the dimensions for international carry-ons by a lot. In general I think the F-Stop backpacks look great, but one thing that has so far kept me from buying one is that none of them – and in particular the smaller ones which could be used as a daypack – have side-access (with the exception of the Dalston which is part of their Urban Collection). The backpack that I am currently using and have taken on numerous oversees trips is the Pacsafe Camsafe V17 Anti-Theft Backpack (https://www.pacsafe.com/camsafe-v17-anti-theft-camera-backpack/15221100.html). It has side-access, a removable camera unit, fits a 13-inch Macbook and has a ton of useful organization. The only thing it lacks – and why I have been looking for a different camera backpack – is a hip belt. But if you don’t have too much gear to carry, it’s definitely a great little backpack (it fits a DSLR with lens attached and one or two (smaller) lenses plus accessories). My new camera backpack will be “the explorer” by Compagnon (https://compagnon-bags.com/produkt/compagnon-explorer-arctic) – it’s a new product designed by Compagnon and manufactured by German outdoor gear company Deuter and I am really looking forward to receiving mine sometime in the near future.

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