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45 Best Travel Camera Bags of 2019 | Review Roundup

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WANDRD - Hexad Carryall Travel Duffel Bag

Price Range: $$$
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Lowepro Streetline SH120 Shoulder Bag

Price Range: $$$
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Shimoda Designs - EXPLORE 40

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Portability

Many photographers use their camera bag extensively throughout the day. They change lenses, grab extra equipment and are always digging inside of it.

For these travel photographers, a portable bag is a necessity. We love a bag that is easy to carry or move around.

A portable camera bag is one you can wheel along, use as a backpack and carry short distances by hand. It allows you to navigate different distances, situations and/or environments.

Here are two bags we believe are great for the photographer looking for portable camera bags.

Great for: Moving Around Easily

Price Range: $$$

Manfrotto Pro Light Reloader-55

  • Rain Protector
  • Manfrotto 5 Year Limited Warranty (2 Years + 3 Years Extension with Online Registration)
  • 2-in-1 roller bag plus camera backpack
  • Fits a 2 DSLR body and up to 4/5 lenses
  • 14 protective dividers + 2 CPS dividers
  • 2 internal panel see-through pockets

This is the perfect portable camera bag. It can be wheeled through airports and slung over your back for ease of use.

It will carry a ton of gear, not only a DSLR with telephoto lens but a second body with spaces for 3-4 lenses or flashes too.

As a camera travel bag, it’s easy to move with it. Offering protection when you need it, and portability when on the move.

Our Rating:

Great for: Moving Around Easily

Price Range: $$$

Vanguard ALTA FLY 55T

  • Carry on – meets the strictest airline on board size and form factor restrictions
  • Versatile transportation – agile four-wheel trolley plus
  • ‘Tuck-away’ advanced backpack harness and ‘3 Security Point System’
  • Numerous dedicated pockets, organizers and connectors
  • Holds a 14″ laptop and a tablet
  • Optimal Balance tripod carrying system
  • Rain cover

If the above model feels a little stiff and business-like, go for the Vanguard model. It also features a four-wheel trolley or backpack straps, without compromising comfort.

It holds a ton of gear, such as three DSLRs, one with a telephoto lens.

Extra space for 4-5 lenses or devices, making it the perfect drone photography bag. Perhaps a little too big for the avid street photographer, but great for portrait shooters or headshot hunters.

Our Rating:

Great for: Moving Around Easily

Price Range: $$$

Neewer 2-in-1 Rolling Camera Backpack

  • 14.5 x 11.8 x 24.4 inches/37 x 30 x 62 cm – Fit for airplane traveling
  • Shoulder straps and pull handle can easily tuck away
  • Can hold 2 full DSLR body with lens attached such as Canon 5D2+70-200mm
  • Side straps for holding a tripod monopod or light stand;
  • The case body is made of high-density waterproof nylon
  • 19.7 inches/50 cm metal pull bar with 132 pounds/60 kilograms load capacity
  • Rain cover included

The Neewer rolling camera bag is a beast. The depth allows you to store your equipment vertically, letting you take everything with you.

This bag is not for the hiker, but perfect for those shooting high-end lifestyle photography abroad.

On top of a DSLR with telephoto lens, it fits another camera body with up to nine other spaces for lenses and devices.

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Security

Many of us travel photographers want to go off the beaten path and explore new places.

There will always be locations that will see a traveling photographer as an easy target. You should not announce yourself.

There are ways to do this. Have a camera bag that doesn’t look like a camera bag. Especially an expensive one. Having quick access to your bag allows you to keep your camera hidden until you really need it.

Sometimes these are not always practical. Camera bag manufacturers know this and create travel camera bags with added security through hidden pockets, lock mechanisms or back-loading gear.

This will minimize your risk of theft as much as possible.

Great for: Keeping Your Gear Secure

Price Range: $$$

Think Tank Photo Airport Security V3.0

  • Fits 2 Gripped DSLRs with lenses attached plus 4–6 additional lenses,
  • 17” laptop and a 10” tablet compartments
  • Max Lens: 600mm f/4 detached or 500mm f/4 attached
  • Meets U.S. and international airline carry-on requirements
  • high-strength coated cable and combination lock for the laptop compartment
  • Exterior Dimensions: 14”  x 22” x 9” (35.6 x 55.9 x 22.9 cm),

This camera bag’s security features are amazing. And it’s the perfect flight companion due to its compact size.

Not only does it have a combination lock, but a cable to secure it to a stationary object. This means you can rest assured, no one is taking it if you get distracted.

That’s great since this bag is going to hold three DSLR bodies and 7 other devices.

Our Rating:

Great for: Keeping Your Gear Secure

Price Range: $$$

Pacsafe Venturesafe EXP45

  • Securable and puncture resistant lockable zippers
  • The fabric is a lightweight steel mesh – cut-resistant for max. security
  • Includes stainless steel cable to lock bag to objects with a padlock
  • 2* Lockable Main Compartments
  • Exterior area for fast access with 2* Zipper Interior Pockets
  • Back support padded with honey-comb fabric and high-density foam.
  • Dimensions – 21.65″H x 13.78″W x 8.66″D

Pacsafe want to ensure the security of your camera equipment through their bags. It isn’t a dedicated camera bag, so you’ll need to purchase separate camera inserts to store your gear.

The comfort you’ll get with this bag makes it great for long trips or even hiking. The lockable zippers and steel cable makes the bag a perfect secure option, not to mention its slash-resistant material.

The padded laptop area is a great idea too.

Our Rating:

Great for: Keeping Your Gear Secure

Price Range: $$$

Lowepro Flipside Trek BP 450 AW. XL

  • Access allows you to get your equipment without putting your pack down
  • Extra large exterior dimensions – 12.2 x 9.5 x 21.3 inches
  • Will hold a DSLR with telephoto attached with 3 extra lens or device areas
  • Tripod area on the side using adjustable straps
  • Front pouch for a 10” tablet in the padded CradleFit pocket
  • A built-in All Weather AW Cover offers extra protection from rain, snow, dust, and sand

What I love about this bag, is the patented flipside technology. This camera travel bag connects around the waist, and sits in front of you. You have access to your gear when you need it.

It’s also secure since your gear is hidden when the bag is worn.

Lots of space makes this camera bag a perfect companion for all types; whether hiking or traipsing around a city.

You can’t go wrong with this all-terrain bag, so add it to your collection.

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All Weather

Traveling abroad means new smells, tastes, experiences, and weather. The latter is the one that is going to affect your camera gear.

Thailand has a monsoon season between June and October, for example. Scandinavia during winter will bring snow, sleet, and hail.

We aren’t saying you shouldn’t go and photograph at these times. You might need to rethink your travel bag situation.

Weather resistant is different from watertight, and you need to know this. Don’t let your camera gear suffer from some adverse weather.

Get a proper bag, and you’ll be able to photograph all year round, all over the globe.

Great for: All Types of Adverse Weather

Price Range: $$$

Lowepro DryZone 200 Backpack

  • Holds a large DSLR with telephoto attached and 4-5 lenses
  • 100% Water-tight protection
  • Fully customizable interior for any system.
  • When properly closed, the DryZone 200 will float. Even when fully loaded.
  • SlipLock attachment slots allow you to attach additional Lowepro accessories and pouches

If you so wish, you can swim with this backpack on your person. It might even help you float. This is the bag you want when making that expedition to the South Pole that you always wanted to do.

The zipper system makes it 100% weatherproof.

The benefit of this bag is the possibility of extra accessories. Lowepro makes a bunch of them. If you find the bag isn’t quite big enough, you can extend it.

We love the color. It makes the bag easier to spot when it’s floating in the water.

Our Rating:

Great for: All Types of Adverse Weather

Price Range: $$$

Miggo MW AG-TSP BB 65

  • Holds DSLR with 24-70, 70-200, Flash
  • Converts Between Sling & Backpack
  • Shoulder and Stabilizing Straps Included
  • Padded Touch-Fastened Interior Dividers
  • IPX3 Rain-Proof Standard Protection

 

For all those that don’t need a huge bag system, there is the Miggo MW. This shoulder bag is enough for a DSLR and a lens attached, alongside another lens or flash.

This might be enough for small city trips or those that prefer smaller camera kits.

If you find the side bag annoying in certain circumstances, it converts to a backpack.

It comes with rain protection, making it a great bag for extremes. A secure back pocket is great to keep your phone dry.

Our Rating:

Great for: All Types of Adverse Weather

Price Range: $$$

CADeN Camera Backpack

  • Dimensions: 43 x 30.5 x 13.5 cm/16.9 x 12.0 x 6.1 inches
  • Fits 2 camera bodies and 7 lens
  • Tripod attaches via adjustable undercarriage straps
  • Hidden zipper pocket on the back which is used for valuable items.
  • A USB port allows you to charge devices out of the bag
  • Double waterproof – high density waterproof 900D polyester nylon and rain cover
  • Waist belt comes with an emergency whistle

There is a lot to like from this bag, as it seems to offer everything. Not only does it have plenty of space for your camera gear, but it will also hold a tripod.

There’s also space for a laptop and two other items in the side pockets.

For weather protection, the polyester used is rain resistant, and a rain cover adds an extra layer for worse conditions.

The USB port is a welcome addition, letting you charge your devices on the move. Get the most out of it by attaching a solar panel.

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Durability

A durable camera bag will protect your camera equipment to no end. The downside is that durable doesn’t always mean portable or lightweight.

Your transport methods might mean a stronger, more protected bag than you would otherwise use.

Some bags do not deal well with scuffs and scratches. They turn you into a decadent gentleman photographer to a shabby shooter.

This isn’t ideal if you are on the road, photographing exclusive events such as weddings.

Continue to look the part, with fresh and undamaged equipment.

Great for: Lasting Material

Price Range: $$$

Manfrotto Pro Light Reloader Tough H-55

  • Waterproof, crush-proof and dust-proof
  • FAA maximum carry-on size
  • Retractable extension handle
  • Strong polyurethane wheels with stainless steel bearings
  • Reinforced padlock protectors
  • Single Layer padded dividers with Velcro adjustments

This rugged case has everything you need to keep your valuable equipment safe and secure.

It features easy roller wheels, double throw latches, and watertight construction so there’s no need for a rain cover.

And it comes with an easy to adjust single layer padded divider set. This case also meets the FFA requirements for maximum carry-on size and has a retractable handle.

Our Rating:

Great for: Lasting Material

Price Range: $$$

Pelican Weatherproof Duffel MPD40

  • Durable water-resistant coated 1000D nylon outer shell
  • Polyurethane coated YKK zippers to help fight water intrusion.
  • Unique loop and lock zipper pull system featured on external pocket
  • Compression molded EVA shoulder straps for ergonomic comfort when converting to backpack carry.
  • Large main compartment with organization pockets.
  • Protective laptop sleeve inside the lid.

 

We love Pelican products. They are the name to go to for protection and durability. This duffel bag is tough and will double as a backpack if need be.

The handles are strong and well built, meaning it will last a long time.

And if it doesn’t, you get a lifetime guarantee. A great idea is the impact resistant corners which keep your camera equipment safe.

Along with the water-resistant material and zippers, you have a great option for protected camera gear.

This will last you a very long time. If you need one bg for all areas – this is it.

Our Rating:

Great for: Lasting Material

Price Range: $$$

Domke F-2

  • Ideal for two DSLRs alongside multiple lenses up to 300mm, flash unit & small tablet computer
  • 12 compartments and pockets
  • Patented padded, adjustable & removable 4 compartment insert system
  • Proudly made in USA from tough and durable 100% cotton canvas
  • Adjustable non-slip Gripper Strap securing the bag to your shoulder comfortably
  • Removable padded bottom stiffener
  • Hand carrying strap

The cotton canvas is what makes this back durable. It might even look better wit ha little scuffing, as it has that slight vintage, yet military feel to it.

This is heavy duty and a pleasure to use. It is a shoulder bag, giving you the photojournalist vibe.

One of the best things about canvas is you can make it more durable and weatherproof. All you need is some time, patience and some paraffin wax.

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Access

Having quick access to your camera gear can give you a few vital seconds extra to grab the shot. You can be proud of an environmental portrait, while others are still fumbling around with zippers and camera cubes.

Being able to put your camera back easily means you are less of a target of theft. One reason I love my slingshot is it goes from a backpack position to laying down in front of me.

My camera is already there, resting in the bag without closing it.

Not only is it hidden, but it’s also out and shooting in less than a second. Your images will benefit 1000-fold.

Great for: Multiple Camera Access Points

Price Range: $$$

Peak Design Everyday Backpack 20L (High-end)

  • Holds Full Frame DSLR & 3-4 Lenses;
  • Dedicated 15″ Laptop Sleeve;
  • Three Flexfold Dividers Protect Gear;
  • Built-In Expansion with Maglatch System;
  • Either side camera and gear easy access;
  • Perfectly sized to fit the new DJI Mavic, with controller and accessories;
  • Four configurable tension straps let you carry large, heavy items on the outside of your pack.

We all know about Peak Design. Their photography products are well thought-out and not only look great but work perfectly. I have their Everyday Sling, which has worked perfectly for me since my ownership.

This is smart, sleek and very minimal. There are so many features about this bag which make it amazing to use.

The straps hug your physique, their unique divider system ‘FlexFold’ is padded, slim and modular.

The bag isn’t just waterproof – it repels the water like a wizard. Just get it already.

Our Rating:

Great for: Multiple Camera Access Points

Price Range: $$$

Lowepro Passport Sling III

  • The Passport Sling II fits a Compact camera or compact DSLR
  • Will hold an extra lens or flash, tablet, smartphone, and personal items
  • Removable camera insert adjusts to fit a compact DSLR or Compact camera
  • CradleFit System tablet pocket with floating-foam construction suspends
  • Expandable compartment increases interior storage by 30% with a quick unzipping
  • Adjustable shoulder strap with cam lock buckle and removable shoulder pad for extra comfort

Access to a camera is very important. Personally, I like bags that have a side access point or sit and open in front of me. This shoulder bag from Lowepro is the latter.

It feels good to wear and lets you access your camera and kit very quickly.

It might seem small, but it will carry enough gear to last throughout the day. The outer pockets are roomy enough to store a water bottle or other quick-grab items.

Our Rating:

Great for: Multiple Camera Access Points

Price Range: $$$

Beschoi Camera Backpack

  • Holds a DSLR Camera with up to an 8-Inch lens attached with several additional lenses,
  • Tripod attaches to the side via adjustable straps
  • Exterior dimension: 16.54 x 10.24 x 9.06 inch (42 x 26 x 23cm)
  • Waterproof travel backpack
  • Heavily padded shoulder straps make the bag comfortable on the go
  • Easy access points at the top, side, and below

The shape of this travel camera backpack might seem a little strange, but it works wonders. A side access panel lets you grab the camera without having to put it down.

The top area can hold a lens, with extra compartments for smaller items you’ll need.

We like the many pockets and compartments this bag has to offer so you don’t have to dig around.

Waterproofing means you can take it out in all conditions without worrying about your gear getting damaged.

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Lots of Equipment

If you’re like me, you want to take a lot of equipment with you. As a travel photographer, you never know what you will encounter.

This is especially true for faraway destinations, or areas where you can’t have access to camera equipment or accessories.

A flash is helpful for indoors, a tripod is needed for long exposures. On top of these, a wide array of lenses allow you to photograph any scene. Then you need batteries, cables, notebooks – the list goes on. This is before you’ve packed any clothes.

These travel camera bags are some of the biggest on the market, letting you fill up on what’s needed. Perfect for those who can’t decide.

Great for: Carrying Lots of Stuff

Price Range: $$$

Tenba Roadie Roller 24

  • Sleek, Discrete Case for Photographers and Filmmakers
  • Clean lines and a high-end luggage aesthetic
  • 70-200mm 2.8 lenses will fit standing vertically to maximize interior storage
  • Removable Padded Camera Insert: Allows a camera and 2-3 lenses 
  • Insert can be paired with Tenba’s Packlite 10 travel bag 
  • Holds 2 DSLR bodies (up to Pro size w/ grip) 8-10 lenses (up to 600mm 4.0)

This huge suitcase of camera gear is not going to benefit everyone. But, if you are a traveling photographer who needs every single piece of equipment, this is the system to have.

Not complicated, just one huge compartment and a few inner pockets.

It is deep enough to hold the lenses vertically, letting you organize as you wish. Perfect for air travel, since it has zipper locks and a cable lock.

Our Rating:

Great for: Carrying Lots of Stuff

Price Range: $$$

Endurax Extra Large Camera Backpack

  • Extra large, Dual Compartment backpack
  • Will hold two pro-sized mirrorless cameras, 6-8 lenses, 2-3 flashes
  • Organizer compartments for storing odds and ends
  • Flip-out tripod holder for a full-size tripod
  • Camera buckles to hang the camera on shoulder straps
  • Comfort with contoured shoulder straps, sternum strap, ventilated back padding 
  • Rain cover included

For a backpack, this one is huge. It will hold two different camera systems and all the gear associated with them.

If you’re an eye-in-the-sky travel photographer, a drone would fit in perfectly here. Both compartments are customizable.

There are three different places you can attach a tripod, making this a very versatile system.

The bottom compartment can be removed and worn around the waist, allowing for more storage and ease of access. A great all-rounder travel camera bag.

Our Rating:

Great for: Carrying Lots of Stuff

Price Range: $$$

Evecase Extra Large Travel Backpack

  • Constructed of high-quality nylon materials
  • Fully padded with closed cell dense foam for shock-proof and secure protection
  • External Dimensions: 12 x 10 x 19 inches
  • Fully convertible from DSLR Camera backpack into Travel Bag
  • Accessory pockets and tripod holder with straps
  • Rain cover

The Evecase may say budget, but you really get a bang for your buck. The camera equipment is split between two compartments.

This is a perfect camera bag system for two different camera makes or models.

What I really like about this system is the bottom compartment can be pulled out. Either for clothes or larger equipment, making it a very versatile system.

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Comfort

Comfort is definitely one of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, meaning it is something that can’t be overlooked.

You might be ok with using the bag you already own for a few hours, but longer than that, it gets frustrating. Each bag has its own purpose.

if you are planning on traveling and photographing, investing in comfort is the way forward. Especially if you see hostel rooms as a place to pass out in and leave ASAP.

If you are carrying around a lot of gear, it can get tedious very fast without some lumbar support or waist belt.

Don’t scrimp on this area of your travel camera bag. Treat your back, and you’ll photograph better. Trust me.

Great for: Staying Comfortable

Price Range: $$$

FJORD 60-C (High-end)

  • Will fit as a carry-on luggage item
  • 44 liters of space, expandable to 52 and 60 liters
  • Top and front expansion pockets
  • Aluminum frame
  • Sewn-in waist belt
  • External net for quick retrieval items

One of the reasons that this pack is so comfortable is its torso height adjustment system. This helps adapt the bag to those smaller or larger than the average.

The Nylon 210 Denier fabric is durable and is an all-around pleasure to use.

The amount of gear this system can hold depends on what you purchase. There are three different types of camera cube systems.

The smallest will hold a DSLR body and four standard lenses. The largest will hold two DSLRs and seven lenses.

Our Rating:

Great for: Staying Comfortable

Price Range: $$$

Peak Design Everyday Messenger Bag 13"

  • 2 FLEX-FOLD removable dividers
  • Room for a DSLR camera and up to 3 lenses
  • Magnetic clasp and 4 ladder lock points
  • Built-in tripod carry feature
  • Weatherproof waxed 500D Kodra shell

There is a reason why the Peak Design Everyday messenger bag shows up in every camera bag post, and that is because it is awesome.

Stylish and well thought out, this bag is perfect for street photography.

The padded strap is the first point, as it makes it comfortable to wear. Geometric padding on the back is also welcome.

This camera bag is also perfect for cycling in, as it has a dedicated extra strap, hidden with its own pocket to stop the bag from roaming.

You can place one DSLR with lens, and two other lenses in it. The rigged yet flexible dividers keep them separate.

Two pockets in the back are great for a laptop and iPad or can be used to store your cable bag.

Our Rating:

Great for: Staying Comfortable

Price Range: $$$

Lowepro Inverse 200AW Beltpack Camera Case

  • Fits a Pro DSLR with medium zoom lens attached and 2 extra lenses 
  • 3D contoured mesh lumbar belt with dual-adjust system 
  • Quick-access top offers optimal ease-of-use
  • Patented, built-in All Weather AW Cover
  • Detachable, padded shoulder strap provides extra carrying option.

Comfort might mean having the camera bag off your shoulders. Or even having the pack away from one particular side.

This means backpacks and shoulder bags are out. So what is there? Waist camera bags might be the missing link.

The bag goes around your waist, distributing the weight around your center of gravity. Your back will thank you as you realize this is a really natural way to hold, carry and access your equipment.

It is also a very safe option.

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Traveling Light

From short city trips to long distance traveling, big packs soon become annoying. You need to lug them around from location to location, making you stand out like a sore thumb.

A camera bag that allows you to move freely means a better mood.

A better mood turns into staying out longer and capturing beautiful shots. We get it isn’t always possible, but you need to help yourself.

If you have a mirrorless camera, an extra lens, and a few batteries, don’t take a 30 L bag with laptop area.

Being able to travel light is a godsend. More often than not, this will depend on your photographic field and how much equipment you need.

If you are able to take a small amount of camera gear, we have the bags for you.

Great for: Minimal Gear

Price Range: $$$

Manfrotto Advanced Befree Backpack

  • Manfrotto Advanced Befree Backpack
  • Rain Cover
  • Manfrotto 5 Year Limited Warranty (2 Year + 3 Year with Registration)
  • Rear access for your camera and lens
  • Fits a medium level DSLR with 70/200 mm f/2.8 lens attached
  • Befree Advanced Tripod stays protected in the expandable side pocket

There are a few reasons why I love this bag. It will hold your BeFree Manfrotto tripod on the side, in its own dedicated case.

The rear access helps to keep your gear safe from theft and opportunists. It looks stylish and is comfortable to boot.

It will hold a DSLR with telephoto and an additional six more lenses. the compartment door holds all those tiny things you’ll also need, like memory cards.

If you don’t like the separate areas, you can open it up into one area. Also holds a 15″ laptop and 9.7″ tablet

Our Rating:

Great for: Minimal Gear

Price Range: $$$

Lowepro m-Trekker BP 150

  • The m-Trekker BP 150 can hold your mirrorless/DSLR camera and 4 lenses
  • Holds a small tripod
  • Fits a 13” laptop
  • Robust fabric options defend against wear and tear
  • Body-side access safeguards against theft
  • Flexible interior panels that offer endless options
  • All Weather AW Cover

Lowepro is said to have some of the highest quality travel camera bags around. They have so many systems, and this is their travel light version.

It is a dedicated camera bag, so you’ll see no wasted space here.

Compact and concise, you’ll be able to house a DSLR and a few lenses easily. Smaller items can be fitted in the pockets lining the tablet area.

It has a casual look to it, allowing it to fit in with business areas easily.

Our Rating:

Great for: Minimal Gear

Price Range: $$$

Keedox Barbarians Waist Bag

  • Made of high-density 600D fabric
  • Waterproof
  • Thick padding is movable while preventing DSLR from bumps
  • 4 external pockets help you store items conveniently.
  • Fixed on your waist with a sturdy buckle or with adjustable shoulder strap
  • Dimensions: 12 x 10 x 5 inches.

I like this waist bag as it is small for those who don’t need a lot of equipment. It is all there, easily accessed and parked around your center of gravity.

If you wish, you can attach the strap and use it as a shoulder bag.

The inner padding partition can be separated, allowing for two lenses while you carry your camera. External pockets house all those smaller items you never know what to do with.

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Carry-On

Sometimes, us travelling photographers need to get somewhere fast. This rules out cars, trains, buses and any transport that your feet will need.

Planes take us anywhere in the world in a matter of hours, saving precious time and money.

For those who need to take those big machines in the sky, we have the perfect bags for you. Not only will they hold and protect your camera gear, but they are also carry on approved.

Many times I have waited anxiously in airport queues, praying no one spots my huge bag. No longer, as all the camera bags here will fit overhead, or under the seat.

They will also hold clothes and other items, meaning you really only need one bag.

Great for: Taking on the Plane

Price Range: $$$

Portabrace Carry-On Camera Case

  • ENG-style viewfinder protection
  • 1-inch thick padded, plastic-reinforced frame
  • Lightweight, compact, protective
  • Airline overhead compatible
  • Comes with “camera-stabilizing system”
  • Abrasion-resistant ultra-durable Cordura® Nylon (1000-denier)

Many photographers are anxious about taking their camera bags on the plane.

They worry they are not the right size, fitting the TSA’s every changing size restrictions. Rightly so, as being over the limit comes with a hefty cost.

This bag is not only unique but a great size for carry-on luggage, it has a lot of padding for extra camera protection.

Three external pockets house all those extra items, leaving the inside free for the big camera stuff.

Our Rating:

Great for: Taking on the Plane

Price Range: $$$

Shimoda Designs Carry-On Roller

  • Meets most airline restrictions
  • Doctor-bag style opening
  • Expandable volume
  • Can be used as a roller or backpack
  • Lightweight, water-resistant materials
  • An array of different sized camera inserts can be purchased

From researching and writing this list, I have found that I really love Shimoda Designs. They have a unique look and color scheme that I really like.

It started when I found this Explore Carry-on Roller. The way it opens is enough for me to grab it.

It is a roller bag that is completely customizable. The choice is yours on how big the split is between personal items and camera gear. It will hold a tripod, even when fully packed.

At its maximum, it will hold a DSLR with telephoto and six other lenses.

Our Rating:

Great for: Taking on the Plane

Price Range: $$$

Vanguard Havana 48-Backpack

  • Well-padded camera insert and dividers
  • Monopod/small tripod connection
  • Total coverage protection when using the rain cover
  • Ideal for a DSLR with lens attached, 2-3 lenses, a flash, accessories
  • Exterior dimensions: 18 7/8 x 9 1/2 x 12″

This camera bag serves as a great all-rounder, and there’ll be no problems as you pass through airport security. The cover and style don’t scream expensive camera gear, keeping opportunists at bay.

It’s a line by Vanguard that looks and feels great. Not only great for camera equipment, as it also holds a 15″ laptop.

Whether a short city trip or a much longer journey, you’ll benefit from all this bag has to offer. The rain cover keeps you protected, and the inner organization is completely at your disposal.

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All Inclusive

I have the traveling photographer syndrome. My holiday choices are based solely on if I can photograph in that location. No sitting on the beach sipping martinis, I need to be out capturing the life on the streets.

Not only does it drive my fiance mad, it usually means multiple bags. Not anymore. Bag manufacturers have noted that more and more people travel and on a small budget.

Taking these multiple bags through airports can become expensive, especially if the gear is heavy. So, the single, all-inclusive bag was made.

This generally means a camera bag with an area for clothes. Or a travel-sized backpack with camera cubes.

Great for: Gear and Other Items

Price Range: $$$

WANDRD - Hexad Carryall Travel Duffel Bag

  • A clamshell opening that gives you complete access to the 3 large compartments inside the bag
  • Uses camera cubes to create camera sections
  • Dimensions: 9″H X 14″W X 22″L
  • Padded laptop sleeve
  • Side camera access
  • RFID secure passport pocket
  • Removable camera protection

Versatility is the key here. Whether you are using it for photography or not, this is the perfect travel bag for those who want a little more organization.

You can choose to use 1/4 or 1/2 of this bag as a dedicated camera area. Perfect for all occasions as weather-resistant materials are used.

The rest of the bag is available for clothing, personal effects or anything else you might need for the journey ahead. It works as a carry-on, held by its handles or as a backpack.

Extras are available, such as the rainfly and waist straps.

Our Rating:

Great for: Gear and Other Items

Price Range: $$$

Lowepro Vertex 300 AW Backpack

  • Holds 1-2 Pro D-SLR’s, large 35mm or medium format system with 6-8 lenses (up to 400mm)
  • Fits a tripod or monopod
  • Lightweight harness system with high-density padding
  • 8 adjustment points for the harness
  • Revolutionary adjustable Glide-Lock system attached tripods
  • Seam Sealed All Weather Cover 

This is a great travel camera bag for any type of trip abroad. It’s a premium backpack for the serious adventure bound photographer or sports photojournalist.

It was made with the outdoors in mind as it features a rugged construction.

Water resistant zippers and the seam-sealed all-weather cover protects gear while providing a bag that covers all body types.

It is up to you how much you want to assign to your personal items and camera gear.

Our Rating:

Great for: Gear and Other Items

Price Range: $$$

URBAN DISGUISE 50 V2.0

  • Nylon material
  • Fits 1 standard DSLR with 70-200 f/2.8 attached, plus 2 standard lenses
  • Professional appearance with full-grain leather accents
  • Separate padded compartment for carrying a laptop and a tablet
  • Wide-mouth opening for unencumbered access to your gear
  • Exterior Dimensions: 14” W x 10.8” H x 7.5” D (36 x 27.5 x 19 cm)

For a budget version, you aren’t going to have all the bells and whistles as the more expensive models.

Saying that, if you would like a small bag that holds your camera gear and a laptop that doesn’t cost the earth, look no further.

A DSLR with three lenses isn’t bad. That’s more than most photographers have to work with. Holds a 13.3″ Laptop, and up to a 10” tablet

You won’t be able to fit any clothes in it. But it will give you quick access and everything you’ll need to work and edit on the move.

Our Rating:

Day to Day

If you are a travel photographer, and you don’t like the idea of one bag, we have another solution. You use a dedicated bag for clothing and toiletries, and a separate bag for your camera gear.

This way, you leave one at your hotel and are free to walk around with your camera bag.

Simple. this means you may have to check in the clothing bag, but it allows you to keep your camera gear with you. If you are a youngster, you can easily carry two backpacks (front and back). For the older generations, a roller and backpack are a great idea.

Who wants to carry around a huge bag full of clothing anyway. It will distract and hinder you from great shots.

That’s what travel photography is all about, no? Personally, if I had to, I’d leave all my clothes at home.

Great for: Daily Gear

Price Range: $$$

Tenba Solstice Backpack

  • Rear Camera Access
  • Holds 1-2 DSLRs with 5-7 lenses (up to attached 70-200mm 2.8).
  • Laptop Sleeve fits a 13-inch laptop
  • Side pockets fit a tripod or a large water bottle.
  • Water-repellent 210D shadow ripstop and 420D plain-woven nylon
  • Heavily-reinforced stitching.

What I see more and more of these days are smart security measures in travel camera bags.

This bag secures gear up against the user’s back and enables access to equipment without fully removing the bag. 

The large compartment holds a lot of camera gear and accessories. The front pocket can hold all the personal effects, with straps holding a jacket or jumper for quick access.

This is a perfect day pack for those fast getaways. especially as it fits DJI Mavic and other compact drones.

Our Rating:

Great for: Daily Gear

Price Range: $$$

Boundary MK-1

  • 22L Capacity
  • Fits in the Prima line
  • 3 Zipped Access Points With Locking Zippers
  • Multiple Padded Dividers Included for Personal Customization
  • 2 Interior Secure Zipped Pockets for Small Items
  • 2 Stretch Mesh Pockets for Quick Access
  • Padded Top Hand and Side Carry Handle

As a travel camera bag, this has it all. You gear sits in the main compartment, which is a self-proclaimed ‘bombproof’ shell. It is designed to fit inside the Prima bags, turning them into a dedicated camera backpack.

Those who use mirrorless systems have found they can add their camera body and 8 lenses. The smaller pockets hold filters, memory cards, and batteries.

The great thing is if you don’t feel like taking your camera out, use the bag for something else. Or use the waist belt clips on and convert the kit to shoulder carrying.

Our Rating:

Great for: Daily Gear

Price Range: $$$

Lowepro Streetline SH120 Shoulder Bag

  • Collapsible bellows that provide suspended protection from impact when deployed
  • Folds flat when not in use
  • Blend of coated fabrics with the look of canvas 
  • The small-scale design is perfect for carrying minimal items
  • Multiple pockets offer easy access to quick-grab items
  • Premium leather grab handles provide an extra and refined carry option

As a day to the day camera bag, this sling is really great. It looks professional and feels heavy duty. Big enough to hold a mirrorless camera and a lens or two.

For a DSLR, it will only hold the body and an attached lens, perhaps one more.

A tablet pocket sits at the back keeps the bag minimal, lightweight and easy to carry. It is small, but it’s meant to be a bag away from your travel bag.

Our Rating:

Outdoor and Hiking

One of the biggest problem areas with photography gear is it might not be enough. If you’re a street photographer, you can get away with a small bag. For hiking and outdoor enthusiasts, you will need more equipment than just your camera kit.

Water, food, warm clothing and weather protection are a must. You may even need to take a tent, first aid kit, and GPS, depending on where you go and for how long.

You need a bag that allows you to carry all of these items.

On top of this, it needs to be comfortable, great at separating your items and weather protected. For the three best options, look at our pick below.

Great for: Walking and All Types of Weather

Price Range: $$$

f-stop - Lotus Bundle (High-end)

  • Lotus pack offers 32 liters of storage in a slim profile.
  • Providing weather-resistant protection
  • Durable Mountain Series design
  • Access to the ICU through a rear access panel.
  • Bundle includes the Lotus pack, Slope Medium ICU to protect and carry gear, and Gatekeepers to expand external storage.
  • Lotus External Dimensions: 20.5″ h x 13″ w x 11″ d – Torso Length: 13.8″

If you like a travel camera bag to stand out, then you’ve found your match. This hot pinky-orange will set you apart from any outdoor travelers.

There are benefits to this, meaning you’ll always find your pack among a sea of greens and blacks.

The camera gear is accessible from the back, which is great for security and weather protection. The camera insert is removable in case you want to take a day off from your photography.

Side straps will also hold any other outdoor items.

Our Rating:

Great for: Walking and All Types of Weather

Price Range: $$$

Shimoda Designs - EXPLORE 40

  • Multiple access points – rear and side
  • Height adjustable harness
  • Fully customizable camera inserts
  • Carry-on friendly
  • Holds up to 13″ laptop
  • External dimensions – 11.4 x 22.4 x 10.2 inches / 29 x 57 x 26 cm

See, I told you I like this company. We already looked at the roller version of this bag above, but it wasn’t enough.

This is the second camera that really captured my attention for travel camera bags. See if you agree.

Shimoda wanted to create a design that was intuitive. It will carry camera gear, food, clothing – all of it is fully customizable.

This is great as many photographers in the outdoors require different disciplines. Some camp, others won’t.

Our Rating:

Great for: Walking and All Types of Weather

Price Range: $$$

AmazonBasics Hiker Camera and Laptop Backpack

  • Durable yet ultra-lightweight outdoor camera backpack for hikers and other sports enthusiasts
  • Can hold an SLR camera body with lens attached, plus a camera flash, charger, and batteries
  • Padded, re-configurable side pocket offers easy camera access
  • Top-loading upper compartment with headphone cable access
  • Side pocket for a tripod or monopod
  • Rain cover included

The Hiker camera and laptop bag are pretty self-explanatory. It will hold your camera equipment and laptop for those hiking, or otherwise enjoying the great outdoors.

A customizable side-pocket allows easy access to your camera. This means you can get to your camera without putting it down on wet surfaces or dirty floors.

For those going out for longer periods of time, there is a rain cover.

There are smaller pockets for the smaller items you or your devices will need. Phones, money, memory cards and cables are best kept here, leaving you to utilize the inside for your gear.

Our Rating:

Tactical

Stylish bags, heavily protected cases and inclusive backpacks all have their place. They aren’t the best choice for areas that offer a little more adventure.

Lugging a suitcase onto a Land Rover in a Safari Park is not going to give you any respect.

For birdwatchers and animal photographers alike, you need something a little inconspicuous. Military or tactical bags give you portability, quick access and possibly a hydration system.

They are camouflaged as not to scare away your subjects.

Smaller options also allow you to run faster, but let’s hope that never becomes a possibility.

Great for: Camouflage

Price Range: $$$

Arc'teryx Leaf Drypack 25

  • Internal velcro loop panel – versatile pouch configurations
  • Main compartment internal zip pocket
  • Oral inflation valve – neutral buoyancy in water
  • Dual-density shoulder straps distribute weight over a broad surface area
  • Sternum strap allows the pack to sit upright
  • Stowable/removable hip belt allows for equal weight distribution

This waterproof Assault Pack is a great choice for those who need camouflage. The main internal compartment is configured for the insertion of after-market modular pouches. These will allow you to hold your camera gear, among other things.

It’s a great bag to carry long distances, which helps when you need to travel on foot. A hip belt helps to keep the weight distributed, which is perfect for heavy equipment.

The best thing about this bag is it floats! A valve allows you to inflate the bag manually, guaranteeing peace of mind.

Our Rating:

Great for: Camouflage

Price Range: $$$

Echo Niner Low Profile Covert

  • Front and rear slash pockets
  • Padded Shoulder Straps
  • Padded Interior. The 3 sections are collapsible to accommodate anything
  • 420D Nylon Yellow Packcloth Interior. For better visibility under low light
  • Mil-spec nylon webbing
  • Dimensions: 4.5″ x 10″ x 17″
  • Made in the USA

The LPC bag is a multi-functional bag. Not only be it used on its own, but it can serve as a padded insert with some messenger bags.

This means you can separate your equipment easily, leaving unneeded items at home/hotel/base camp.

It has a lightweight design and comes in green, brown and black camouflage. It doesn’t look like a camera bag either, adding another level of security.

Most of the equipment fits in the main compartment, with two smaller pockets for those smaller items.

Internal padding separates into seven areas, protecting camera bodies, lenses and other devices. It’s big enough to take the necessary items without being cumbersome.

Our Rating:

Great for: Camouflage

Price Range: $$$

SHANGRI-LA Multi-Functional Tactical

  • Strong and Multi-functional Nylon 1000D.
  • Rear padded island that conforms to the body
  • Front pocket for quick access – Interior pocket for separated storage
  • Concealed back pocket with zipper closure
  • Reach for anything with one hand without having to take the bag off
  • 2 Year Manufacturer Warranty

This multi-functional bag has many great features. Firstly, it can be used as a messenger bag, or slung over your shoulder.

The waist strap can be used on its own, distributing the weight closer to your center of gravity.

It’s small enough not to get in the way, yet big enough to carry everything you need. The front and top pockets are easily accessible and great for small items such as memory cards and batteries.

The bottom can hold a tripod via elastic cables, and the side pocket easily fits a water bottle. Its ergonomic style and design makes it a great photography travel bag to work with

Our Rating:

Stylish

When I travel for photography, I don’t mind looking a little rough-around-the-edges.

This is because I’m moving around on a budget, and capture landscapes, street, and other documentary areas.

If you are the stylish traveler, a backpack might not be the best option.

A stylish bag makes you more approachable. It is something you will need to access nicer places, such as cafes, restaurants, museums and stately homes.

Perhaps the reason for your travel is to photograph a glamorous event. If so, a stylish bag is needed.

Generally, they cost more money, but they look great. The added benefit is that they don’t appear to be holding expensive equipment. So, you are less of a target for theft.

Great for: Looking the Part

Price Range: $$$

Oberwerth Richard Black Camera Bag (High-end)

  • Spacious – one or two DSLRs, multiple lenses with a shorter focal length or one telephoto lens
  • Padded inner compartment
  • Weather, shock and bump resistant
  • Adjustable padding
  • Spacious inner compartment for a 15 ” laptop
  • Two-step LOXX locking system allows you to customize the size of the bag

This is a fancy bag. No doubt. But, don’t get too excited yet as this is the most expensive travel camera bag on our list, if not in the whole world.

This isn’t something you want to take to the dusty roads that surround Bangkok.

For fancy events, such as weddings, you’ll look the part.

Dress for success, even if you don’t shoot with a Leica body.

The all-leather RICHARD bag is handmade with 100% tumbled, full-grain cowhide leather.

Our Rating:

Great for: Looking the Part

Price Range: $$$

Billingham Hadley Pro

  • Removable camera insert secures with a single press stud inside the main compartment
  • Dual expandable slip pockets at the front
  • Rear zippered pocket at the back
  • Interior top divider on camera insert shields your gear from rain or snow
  • Holds DSLR & Lens, 70-200mm, Flash
  • Dimensions : 13.8 x 4.8 x 11.0

This sling bag is the ultimate travel companion.

It’s smart, with a great color theme and, will suit any event where scruffiness is frowned upon.

A professional photographer’s bag that isn’t too obvious, allowing you to work in peace.

It’s so good at keeping your equipment decompartmentalized that you’ll end up taking more than you need.

No matter if you do, as the Billingham stays super comfortable.

Our Rating:

Great for: Looking the Part

Price Range: $$$

Purple Relic DSLR Leather Camera Bag

  • Insert can be removed to transform it into a vintage-style handbag
  • Handmade raw leather item with imperfections, meaning your bag is and will stay unique
  • 13″ (L) x 10.6″(H) x 5″(W)
  • Shoulder drop of 24″
  • Padded insert holds and protects DSLR and small accessories
  • Carried by the top handle, crossbody or shoulder
  • Back zipper pocket

The purple relic leather camera bag is more than just a camera bag.

This spacious design has a canvas-lined interior and fitted with a large pouchzipped pockets, magnetic flap pockets, iPad slot, and phone and wallet slots for easy organization.

This is the most stylish bag out of all our reviewed items today, and also the one that doesn’t scream photographer.

This bag will ensure you look like a guest and not a photographer at any and all events.

Our Rating:

Heavy Protection

Traveling with your camera equipment to new, unvisited locations means you don’t know what to expect. Be a boy scout to your equipment and always be prepared.

Trains, planes, and automobiles all add stress and bumps to all luggage.

It would be terrible to travel 1000 miles for a high-end photo shoot and find your cameras are broken and damaged. It’s not worth the risk.

Protection for your bag against bumps, drops, scrapes, and spillages are a must. Being able to lock them is even better.

Go through our list. They may protect your items, but they are cumbersome. Best used for long distance photography shoots, and not as day packs for short photography trips around Europe.

Great for: Protecting Your Gear

Price Range: $$$

Lowepro Hardside 300 Photo Case

  • Fits a DSLR with 70-200mm f/2.8 lens attached, 4-6 lenses or flashes and accessories
  • Outer shell built of formed ABS polymer for extreme-impact resistance
  • Tuck-away backpack straps for the perfect “Plan B” carry option
  • Waterproof and dustproof rating of IP67.
  • Aairtight case with a durable silicone gasket and long-lasting seal
  • Sized to meet standard airline carry-on requirements (45 linear in. / 114.3 cm)

Until Lowepro finally started making their own photo cases, there was only Pelican. Now the company has competition and Lowepro seems to fair pretty well in a more accessible area of the hard case market.

Here we have a hard case shell, with a large camera insert inside that can hold a ton of gear. This is fully customizable to your own gear, which makes it a great system to have.

There are inner pockets for all those smaller items.

Our Rating:

Great for: Protecting Your Gear

Price Range: $$$

Portacase CS-DV3Q

  • Abrasion-resistant Material
  • Handmade in the USA
  • Fits Camera Setups up to 17″ Long
  • 1000-Denier Cordura Nylon
  • 1″ Thick Interior Foam Frame
  • 2 large storage pockets
  • Waterproof Slip-Not material lines the case bottom

Until recently, I had never heard of Portacase. Their travel camera bags were more geared around the video market. But now that DSLRs and the mirrorless camera can also create videos, these serve as a great system for protection.

The CS-DV3Q is a durable, versatile soft-sided case for carrying compact HD or DSLR camera setups. The 9-inch interior height fits a wide range of camera and DSLR-rig configurations.

The only choice left is straps or handles. Your choice.

Our Rating:

Great for: Protecting Your Gear

Price Range: $$$

Arco Video Dr. Bag 20 (Budget)

  • Fits Video Cameras up to 16.5″ Long; Wide Opening for Easy Access to Gear
  • Water-Resistant Hard Exterior Shell; Removable Interior Bucket Design
  • Removable Padded Interior Dividers; Interior Ripstop and Soft Nylon Lining
  • Large Exterior Zippered Pocket; Top and Side Handles
  • Shoulder Strap Included; Bottom Trolley Strap

Arco is another company that deals specifically for video cameras. But who is to say you can’t use this bag for smaller DSLR camera systems.

It comes with dividers that provide excellent protection for all your camera gear.

I really like the fact that it opens like a doctors bag, making it very unique. Put it down, open it up and use your gear. Pack it away and move on to the next location.

This is perfect for car travel, where each bag contains a different lens or camera system.

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  1. No matter whether it is camera travel bag or other kind bags, it should be always flexible and easy to manage in case packing and unpacking. And from my opinion on camera bag, I must say they are really good and well in carrying in travel.

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