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The camera bag I bring on a trip is dependent on what gear I would bring or the type of photography I would be doing. For casual street photography, I would eventually bring something like the PacSafe Camsafe Venture V12 Sling Bag. But on my recent trip to Coron Palawan, I knew I would be bringing a lot more, like my MacBook, a larger selection of lenses, some reading materials, notebooks, a water bottle and probably a few quick snacks since I would be staying longer and shooting a wider variety of subjects. I was fortunate to have the PacSafe Camsafe Venture V16 Slingpack for me to try out on that week long trip to Coron, PacSafe’s new camera bag geared for the active traveler.
A Camera Slingpack
A slingpack is also like a backpack but uses only one main strap that slings and crosses over the torso. For a camera slingpack, they are designed with the one side having access to the camera gear by simply sliding and rotating the pack to the front even without removing the bag. The same goes with the Pacsafe Camsafe Venture V16 Slingpack. With the bag empty, the size seems small but once I’ve placed some stuff inside it, it’s just the perfect size – not too big nor too small either.