I was watching this adventure video of Lucas Gilman in Iceland and I noticed his Pelican 1510 had little red tabs inside and I couldn’t figure out what they were. Well, with a little more research I found TrekPak and after watching this video (Kickstarter) I was hooked. This was an incredible find for me and it put a couple of bags at the top of my list for future purchase.
Pelican 1510 with TrekPak Insert
I’m in need of a hard case should I have to check luggage through at the airport, and of course Pelican fits the bill. I was reviewing the many insert options available for this case and I happened upon something wonderful and new. This case seems to hold the majority of what I carry into the field, but of course I’ll need to get my hands on it to really test it out. I’ll give some more insight once I get a hold of one.
Deuter Men’s Freerider Pro 30 with TrekPak Insert
I noticed this camera bag available on the TrekPak website and I was instantly hooked. Having looked at the Loka UL from F-Stop Gear for a year or so now, I was anxious to get a hold on a rear-entry bag (remember the Tamrac problems?) with good carrying capacity. What I like about the Deuter bag is the shallow profile that seems like it would do well in adventure environments (skiing, hiking, biking, etc.). Again, I’ll likely be purchasing one soon and I promise to let you know my thoughts.
Well, that's a wrap for this little series on camera bags. What bags are on your lust list?