The Best Camera Bag For Landscape Photography?

I've always been a camera bag junkie. At one point I even had a closet that was filled with camera bags that I had requested companies send me to try out. There were always bags that I liked more than others, but alas, I was never REALLY happy with any of them.

Then I found this bag; the MindShift Gear UltraLigh Dual 36L camera bag. Is it perfect? No. In fact, I've come to believe that there is not a truly perfect camera bag out there because so many photographers have differing preferences and needs in a camera bag. However, this is the best camera bag for landscape photography that I've found so far.

Why you ask? Well, for some reason camera bags never come with the option of packing both camera equipment (enough for a reasonable shoot I might add) and camping equipment too. This bag gives you the ability to do just that as long as your camping equipment is compact. Also, the organization, size, and travelability (I just made that word up) of this bag is better than any I've found thus far. 

The cons? It's still not big enough to take backpacking. 

I lay out EVERY pro and con in this video that you should watch to decide if this bag is good for you too.

MY LIGHTROOM PRESETS PACK

GET THE LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY HANDBOOK

THE GEAR I USE:
THE ONLY DRONE YOU'LL EVER NEED
MY DO-IT-ALL CAMERA
THE LENS I USE FOR ALL THE ZOOMS
MY FAVORITE LENS EVER
MY TRUSTY TRIPOD SIDEKICK
MY OVERNIGHT CAMERA BAG
THE DAY PACK I USE
THE MIC I USE FOR CRISPY AUDIO
MY COMPUTER (NOT A MAC)

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