Peak Design 15L zip?

05xrunner

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Does anyone use this bag.
They are having a sale and I am interested in it. Yet I cant find a good review on youtube that shows it being used well as a camera bag. Pretty much everyone is more of a lets put 1 camera and lens and the rest is clothes and other stuff.

Trying to determine how much it can actually hold in terms of a Camera bag
 
Well I bought both the 15L and it felt a tad to small so I sent it back and got the 20L.
It was more fitting for what I wanted but in actual use these bags are pure trash when comes to being a photo only bag. The divider setup is junk and none of your gear is that secure and I can feel everything flopping around in there. I am sending this back as well.
I can see why no one reviews them as actual camera bags. They are garbage for that. I could never recommend this bag to anyone who wants to use it for photo only
 
I tried their regular backpack and thought the same. The gears bounces around and feels crumblesome. The concept is nice but it wasn't functional for me.

I also try not to combine clothes and gears in the same compartment. Doing so will cause lint, dust, particles that I don't want on and in my gears.
 
If you are still looking for a bag, check out the Think Tank Mindshift 26L (or other appropriate size). I just bought one, and it holds my camera a few lenses, plus some accessories. It has a separate section for clothes and such. I posted pictures of it in the 'Show your camera bags' thread.

 
I am good on a new backpack now. I got a Thinktank Streetwalker 2.0 for gear only no pc
and the new Ulanzi BP09 for all my gear and laptop. I will say this Ulanzi bag for $100 is way better than bags I have used that cost 3x as much.
I dont carry clothes
 
If you are still looking for a bag, check out the Think Tank Mindshift 26L (or other appropriate size). I just bought one, and it holds my camera a few lenses, plus some accessories. It has a separate section for clothes and such. I posted pictures of it in the 'Show your camera bags' thread.

I just bought this same backpack. I have been using a Lowepro Flipside 400AW for many years, but after our last couple of trips decided that I wanted a backpack that had a compartment for a laptop and/or tablet. I have been carrying those, along with other small personal items, in a separate shoulder bag, but thought it would be easier if I could consolidate to a single bag. I really like the design of the Think Tank. It's about the same physical size as the Lowepro, but has a lot more storage space. In fact, if I load it with everything I could conceivably bring along on a trip it becomes quite heavy. Fortunately, I will rarely load it up that much.
 
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