By Tim Murphy
on 5.31.12
Photo by ONA

Finding interesting ways to carry around our camera gear never gets old. ONA’s useful camera bag inserts are a great item for casual photographers looking for the best way to stash a camera in their luggage. The brand’s new Camps Bay ($430) backpack, however, is a full-service camera and laptop carrier geared toward the pros.

Sporting a waxed canvas exterior and leather straps, this bag has rugged good looks and personality. The mesh back panel provides padding and breathability, and the front pocket is great for quick access to small items like memory cards, a cell phone, or dust wipes. The main attraction is a cavernous camera equipment pocket, which will hold an SLR with a long range telephoto lens attached, and can stash up to seven additional lenses via a modular internal design to fit whatever gear your specific excursion requires. The top access area also contains a shaving kit-sized pocket and sleeve that will fit most 17-inch laptops.

If you’re facing a long, multi-environment shoot and want to ditch the one-shoulder-wrenching fit of a sling bag, be sure to put the ONA Camps Bay on your short list. Speaking of photography and film, be sure to watch the product film by Jordan Smith after the jump.

Buy Now: $430

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