* A quality camera bag is a smart way to store your DSLR
* Store your other photography equipment for easy access
* Great for traveling as well as at-home use
A good camera doesn’t come cheap. Between finding the right lens, getting your lighting situated and snagging a decent tripod, a good photography setup can easily set up back $1000 or more. Look, we know your camera is an investment, which is why it’s so important to protect it with the right bag.
Fortunately, a decent camera bag doesn’t have to cost a small fortune. We’ve gone and spied the best bags on a budget
1. Topixdeals Vintage Waterproof Camera Bag
Made from vegan leather, this trendy bag features a polyester inner lining to help prevent scratches and scuffs, while the durable, water-resistant canvas helps protect your camera from those sudden showers.
2. Vivitar Camera Backpack Bag for DSLR Camera
This multi-use camera pack/backpack includes a sleek, lightweight design that’s built for outdoor use. With a padded interior, two side compartments and a built-in tripod holder, this pack has everything you need to capture those great shots.
3. AmazonBasics Large DSLR Gadget Bag
This savvy shoulder bag features a padded slot that’s large enough to accommodate larger DSLR models and tablets and comes with an extra-padded, adjustable strap. Made with extra durable materials, you can rest easy knowing your camera’s in good hands.
4. Lalonovo Mini 9 Instant Camera Accessories Case
This beautiful leather bag comes in four vibrant colors and offers a smart (and stylish) way to store your camera. With a built-in divider compartment and tote holder, this mini bag is best paired with smaller camera models.[caption id="attachment_91300" align="aligncenter" width="500"] Image courtesy of Amazon[/caption]
5. Kattee Men’s Vintage Canvas Camera Bag
This vintage-looking canvas bag sports a zipper closure and self-adhering padding dividers to help keep your camera from moving. Soft liner materials are included for extra protection, while additional pockets make it easier to store your cards, lenses and other camera essentials.[caption id="attachment_91306" align="aligncenter" width="677"] Image courtesy of Amazon[/caption]