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Reviewing shooting bags

If all you typically carry is a single camera and a single lens, then you probably don't need a shooting bag of any kind. You might want something to put your camera in when you pack it into another bag, but you don't actually need anything to facilitate shooting. If you tend to carry multiple lenses though, or flashes or other accessories, then you'll want a way to carry all of that extra gear along with your camera. A good shooting bag is one that allows you to carry exactly what you need for a particular shoot and that provides easy access to all the critical pieces of gear inside.

As with any bag, your most important consideration is to figure out what all you need to carry. I have a core set of lenses that I carry in most places: my 24-105 and my 16-35. These cover the focal lengths that I use the most and they give me a good mix of lengths and speeds without requiring me to carry huge pieces of glass. Sometimes though, if I think I'll need more reach, I...

Reviewing shooting bags
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