Currently have a lowepro fastpack-150 but it's pretty out of date now! Any recommendations?
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@James yep I do believe he's used a similar setup.
@William, I believe that's the same system Chris Burkard uses, is it not?
I have a bad back (two slipped discs) and have gone through a lot of photography specific bags. I finally ended up with the Osprey Stratos 24. It's a very comfortable and lightweight day pack with an internal frame and hip straps. I pair it with either the Temba BYOB 10 or 13 depending on how many lenses I'm carrying.
Fstop Loka ul, love that pack!!
I am looking at the atlas. It looks like a great pack. 385 is steep though. Do you have pictures of the rest of the bag? All I see are the camera slots...
I'm using the Atlas Athelete Pack it fits a ton of camera gear and also acts as a normal hiking backpack that fits all the essentails + more.
How much gear are you hoping to carry? Bodies and lenses? Other gear besides camera equipment? This is the Mountainsmith Daylight