Some years ago, a friend of mine dropped my compact into the sea and all I could do was watch my poor camera sink into the embrace of Davy Jones' locker. Sometimes, that memory prompts strange thoughts of falling into the sea with a camera, and then wondering if I would have enough time to throw my point-and-shoot back onto land before it suffered a dunking with me.
I'm obsessed with sling bags for digital SLR cameras lately. Mostly because I haven't stumbled upon one that solves all the problems I have (with my camera gear I mean).
I want one that keeps me organized of course, but also one that allows me to comfortably carry around key equipment for a day of shooting and gives me fast access to a camera so I don't miss any shots. It also needs to have some amount of weatherproofing and of course, a comfortable strap, and a good number of pockets.
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Cravers are both stylish and practical, like a technology-loving hybrid of Agyness Deyn and Ray Mears. Similarly, Kata's stylish GDC range of rucksacks is also very practical for carrying about your digital camera or camcorder, with room for lenses, accessories and Jaffa Cakes. The R-101 is the smallest in the range, so is the most appealing to the enthusiast who may have a spare lens or two, a back-up compact, and other bits and bobs to go alongside their medium-format SLR.
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