Reddit Reddit reviews AmazonBasics Backpack for SLR/DSLR Camera and Accessories - 11 x 6 x 15 Inches, Black

We found 85 Reddit comments about AmazonBasics Backpack for SLR/DSLR Camera and Accessories - 11 x 6 x 15 Inches, Black. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

Camera Bags & Cases
Camera & Photo
AmazonBasics Backpack for SLR/DSLR Camera and Accessories - 11 x 6 x 15 Inches, Black
Backpack holds and protects 2 smaller SLR/DSLR camera bodies, 3-4 lenses, and additional small accessoriesDurable black polyester/nylon exterior; ample interior storageOuter dimensions: 11.0 x 6.0 x 15.0 inches; Internal: 10 x 4.2 x 14.2 inchesDistributed by; backed by one-year AmazonBasics warrantyShips in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
Check price on Amazon

85 Reddit comments about AmazonBasics Backpack for SLR/DSLR Camera and Accessories - 11 x 6 x 15 Inches, Black:

u/FumbledAgain · 54 pointsr/Vive

I made this guide because the selection for bags that actually fit the HTC Vive well are either poorly constructed, overpriced, or both. The only case actually intended for the Vive I could find was this overpriced monstrocity, and this, even more overpriced, even larger monstrocity. So I did some digging, tried out a few things, and made this guide.

Links to everything in this guide:

u/PyroConduit · 21 pointsr/magicTCG

This bag has been recomended more than once to people on here so I gotta think its popular.

u/jordanmunson · 16 pointsr/magicTCG

There’s an Amazon Basics bag for cameras that has worked wonderfully for me. This looks like a newer, cheaper model of it: AmazonBasics Backpack for SLR/DSLR Camera and Accessories - 11 x 6 x 15 Inches, Black

Edit: here is the exact one I have: AmazonBasics DSLR Camera and Laptop Backpack Bag - 13 x 9 x 18 Inches, Black And Orange

u/BirdSchool · 14 pointsr/magicTCG

From the Professor at Tolarian Community College's most recent video: This Camera Backpack or this Parts Organizer work very well. I have the parts organizer which I currently use to carry 9 commander decks in UltraPro 100+ Deckboxes, the Explorers of Ixalan Tiles, and my Oversized cards (Planechase, Archenemy). I've been considering attaching a playmat tube to the side of the case with zip ties.

u/Vandar · 8 pointsr/magicTCG

Amazon Basics Camera bag is excellent 30$ for something that should cost 70.

u/Mikeh12 · 6 pointsr/photography

Not sure where you're located, so here's the UK link, and here's the US link

u/UndeadCaesar · 6 pointsr/photography

I've kept mine in this bag, which is perfect. Build quality has been really good so far, and it's big enough to hold my DSLR + kit lens, a 50mm prime, as well as two GoPros, their respective cases, multiple mounting solutions, a small GorillaPod tripod, and pockets for SD cards/readers, manuals, spare batteries, and chargers as well.

u/Sether2121 · 5 pointsr/yugioh

A couple of my MTG friends use this type of camera bag for their events. Areas for deck boxes, dice bags, mats, snacks/water.

u/bobbfwed · 5 pointsr/AskPhotography

First things that come to my mind:

  1. This tripod is so absolutely fantastic, and cheap!
  2. A fast lens or two. Either a zoom at f/2.8, or my suggestion would be a prime (50mm or 85mm -- or both) at f/1.4 or f/1.8. These primes will yield incredible results, and are reasonably priced.
  3. A flash. Something that can be used off or on camera. Something you can slave/master would be best.
  4. A polarizer for your best lens(es). Polarizers make a huge difference when taking landscape photos or photos with a lot of reflections.
  5. One of these two backpacks could make being mobile so much easier! This one or this one. I have owned the first for a couple years now -- taken it all around the world, don't have a single complaint.

    Hope some of these ideas help.
u/Moaks · 4 pointsr/photography
This is the bag I just got, it is great at storing my Canon 6D along with a lens and several filter pouches, I am not 100% sure, but I think it will have enough room for a second standard lens. Also the back is SUPER padded, feels like I'm carrying a cloud.

u/TonyDarko · 4 pointsr/photography

That was an excellent and thoughtful gift, kudos to you. Aside from the lenses, there are a few other things that help a lot when starting out in photography (I'm just figuring this out as I'm pretty new):

  • A tripod can help if he wants to take low-light pictures and set up really long shutter times (it basically makes it so that no shaking messes up his pictures) and it can help to take pictures of you guys. I'm planning on bringing one for a trip with my girlfriend and I so we can take cool pictures where there may not be other people to help out.

  • A good bag or backpack would be great, increasingly so as the amount of gear that he has goes up. It's tough to carry around all that crap, and these bags make it pretty easy to fit.

  • a strap, pretty self explanatory. carrying around a DSLR in one hand sucks.

  • Extra memory cards and possibly an external hard drive are nice because RAW camera files take up a toooon of storage and having backups is always nice in the case that a really important picture gets corrupted.

    As for lenses:

    Nikon 35mm prime (basically allows him to take pretty nice, wide open landscape pictures at great quality)

    50mm prime widely regarded as the best starting lens (another no zoom lens that is an all-around all-star that is pretty versatile. good for portraits, landscapes, etc)
u/Tropicalkings · 4 pointsr/EDH

As stated in other comments a cheap DSLR backpack will work well.

Another option is a part organizer:

This one can hold up to 12 double sleeved EDH decks.

Always be on the lookout, some of the best deckboxes out there are not made for cards but happen to work better than branded crap. I like to use the boxes my cellphone came in to hold whatever deck I take to FNM.

u/MettaWorldWarTwo · 4 pointsr/magicTCG

Amazon Basic DSLR Bags work great to carry your gear. However, I'd suggest figuring out what formats and decks you're realistically going to play and only bring what makes sense. This also limits the risk in case someone bag swipes you. I carry the linked DSLR bag with 1 EDH decks, and either my Modern or Standard deck along with associated supplies (sleeves, dice, mat). That's still ~$1200 but it's less than others I know who carry all their decks at once. Before I head out, I pull decks that I might want to play that night, narrow it down and then pack my bag. For FNM, I'll only carry a single deck. For a casual day, I'll carry 3-4 depending on the formats we might play (2 Pauper, 1-2 EDH, Modern Jank).

We have a private Discord for the people who are regulars at the LGS and I'll figure out if anyone wants to borrow a deck and I might bring one or two to loan out. Figure out what formats you're going to play before heading out and load up. Leave everything else at home.

u/Drache · 4 pointsr/photography

Amazonbasics Camera Bag

Fairly reasonable, I really like it. Feels solid, lots of compartments. Also rather discrete so no one guesses it's a camera bag.

u/rex3001 · 3 pointsr/djimavic

Reminds me of this bag I bought for my DSLR a few years ago, never even thought to try it for the mavic.

u/bn1979 · 3 pointsr/WeddingPhotography

I’ve got a couple of these that I have been beating the hell out of for 2-3 seasons. They have held up amazingly well.

u/HappyKlutz · 3 pointsr/GiftIdeas

What about a nice backpack with camera inserts to keep his gear safe and maybe a iron on logo for one of his favourite games?

I did a simple black backpack with the fallout 4 logo on it for my then 24 yr old partner and he loved it. It wasn’t too in your face, if you weren’t a gamer you would never have realised it wasn’t just some random print.

Maybe something like this?

u/alucardcanidae · 3 pointsr/Bowling

How about a photography backpack? They often come with velcro dividers so you can build the inside how you need it.

I have this one for my DSLR, but I‘m sure it would work for bowling stuff.

u/KFCConspiracy · 3 pointsr/photography

Amazon Basics Backpack

It's pretty big, it fits my 60D, a 70-200 f/2.8, 11-16 2.8, 50 1.8, 30 1.4, 90 2.8, and a 17-50 2.8 plus a couple flashes... So my whole kit all in one bag (I rarely travel with my whole kit if ever). It's dirt cheap. It's protective. It looks really unobtrusive. And it's comfortable to carry for miles at a time.

u/N1XY · 3 pointsr/Multicopter

I've got one of these two, but a slightly different version. I can fit a 250, 180, taranis and bats+goggles. Can post a loaded up image.

u/_connor_ · 3 pointsr/photography

haha yeah, its kinda weird that they're making stuff now. this is mine . its not super styled but its cheap and holds everything. definitely! i only had my t4i when i bought it a few months ago then my film addiction got the best of me.

u/icefreez · 2 pointsr/Multicopter

Another recommendation is the amazon basics pack.

It has a configurable inside padding. I can fit my Taranis in it, some repair tools, 10 - 15 batteries, and a small 10" laptop, and tie my quad on the outside.

u/Royalhghnss · 2 pointsr/drones
u/cwcoleman · 2 pointsr/CampingandHiking

Okay... I think we are getting closer to helping you define your requirements...

All your camping gear will be in a separate bag.
You need a bag to carry 2 big cameras, 3 big lenses, 2 big hard drives, extra batteries, and a gopro.

What do you estimate a bag this size would be in liters? 20 liters?
What do you estimate this kit to weigh? 20 pounds?

You plan to strap this extra gear bag to your chest? Carrying in at the same time as your camping gear bag? Then switch to wearing it on your back for your day trips?

Any special features you desire? Does it need to be waterproof? What about padding?

Do you have any bags that you've researched / considered? Do you have a bag now that holds / carries all this stuff? A starting point or frame of reference would help.

Would a bag like this do the job?

u/GuerrillaApe · 2 pointsr/wiiu

I don't have it yet because I just purchased it, but I will be using this AmazonBasic bag. You are able to adjust the dividers in the bag, so you can have a main section for the console/gamepad and one for controllers. You can then store the cables and games in the pockets.

u/frappypants · 2 pointsr/SexToys

Try a camera bag. They have movable Velcro dividers, so you can organize the toys however you want, and access them all at once instead of fishing around. Plus, it blends in perfectly with any other luggage.

u/vwllss · 2 pointsr/photography

I just bought a Lowepro 302 AW. It was only $60 on sale on an obscure site, and I should be getting it soon! :) I'm excited. EDIT: I just checked and the deal is still going! Here's the SlickDeals link where I originally found it. $60 after coupon code. They sent an email saying it's backordered but only by a week or two.

If anyone is looking for a cheaper option, I almost went with this surprising product by Amazon. It's the cheapest photography backpack I've ever seen, and the reviews are actually very favorable. Of course I don't own it so I can't personally vouch for it.

u/x5titch · 2 pointsr/photography

Hey there!

I currently have this right now.

In the main compartment I can fit my Nikon 3200 with a lens on it, as well as some spare lens (70-300, fisheye, 55-200) as well as a few spare things for my GoPro.

In the pockets on the front I have an o ring light and all the adapters for it.

There is still a zipper on the front I keep random stuff in.

And it had a Velcro spot on the side for your tripod :)

u/FoosYou · 2 pointsr/gopro
u/bracomadar · 2 pointsr/photography

I have the T3 and if she is starting out on DSLRs and just want to shoot portraits in well lit areas, I'd say it's a great starter camera. You get a basic DSLR for really cheap. However, I like to shoot wildlife. While I can often take some good shots with the T3, there are times where I really wish I could pump up the ISO without a lot of noise and it had more AF points for tracking. I try to not take it above 400 ISO. If yall have kids and want to shoot sports, you might run into similar problems I have with wildlife sometime. I personally haven't tried shooting sports with it, but you might be trying to follow fast moving players (maybe at a night game) and that could cause some frustration. There's also been times when I really wish I had a flip out LCD screen.

I think what a lot of people fail to realize when buying a new camera is all the starter gear that you'll want/need. You'll want a backpack, or case to store the camera and lenses. This is the backpack I got. I really like it and it's cheap. I haven't taken it out in the field much and just use it mainly for storage at home, or in the car. She'll want a few lenses. You'll need a cleaning kit. She'll also eventually want a tripod, flashes, filters. This stuff, especially the lenses, tripod, and flashes will run you into the hundreds of dollars. It will also probably be the longer investment than the camera.

It might sound strange, but I would suggest you figure what all that other stuff will cost you and figure out how much you have left to spend on the camera body. If you're just starting out and don't have thousands of dollars to spend, the T3 is still a good camera to start out on and learn the basics. If after figuring the cost of lenses and other things and you find you have enough to spend on the T3i, or some better model, I say get her that. You don't have to necessarily get her the lenses and could just get her the T3 kit that comes with the 18-55 lens and a camera backpack just to start her out. I'm just saying that you should put some money aside so she can get a few good lenses and gear and not spend all you can afford on just a camera.

u/Rogerwilco1974 · 2 pointsr/Filmmakers


I own a 600D, and I love it, so the camera is great. The kit that comes with it? Meh, it's ok. You've got the standard kit lens, so that's nothing special, and a bunch of lens cleaning bits which isn't anything special.

I doubt the wrist strap will get a lot of use. The desktop mini tripod thing? Handy if you're going to make a load of Youtube vlogs, but probably not if you want to make films seriously, like you say. You'd be better off going for a proper tripod with a nice pseudo-fluid head designed for video, not stills, so you can do smooth camera pans.

As far as the monopod goes, I've never used one, but they're more suited to stills photography, I feel. I don't think they'd be a lot more stable than just being hand-held.

The car charger is a nice idea, if you're going to be out a lot, but I bought an aftermarket battery grip from Amazon that came with 4 batteries, and lasts for ever!

The 32GB card is a great size, but is it going to be an unknown make of card that isn't fast enough to record a long video recording? I've not shot a lot of video on mine, but I've got 16GB Class 4 Sandisk cards, and I sometimes get the graphic on my monitor of the camera's internal buffer filling up, and have occasionally have recording stop on me, so you've got to have good, fast cards.

You do want a nice backpack, but it needs to be roomy enough to allow for some other lenses, and it's impossible to tell if that bag is big enough. I got one, again from Amazon, that is pretty good, and accommodates all my spare batteries, my 3 lenses (kit, 50mm & 70-300mm), my filters, mics, cleaning kit and cables and is well padded and pretty sturdy.

The filters pack might be nice, depending on what's included. It looks like a clear UV which is really only a lens front element protector, a fluorescent filter, and a neutral density filter, which is good if you're filming in bright conditions but want your iris wide open. Also, they'll only fit your kit lens. If WHEN you expand your lens collection, those won't fit it. Your best bet is a kit like this that allows you to put the same set of filters on to a range of different lenses..

What else? Oh, the telephoto lenses...Hmmm... I'd question how useful they are. It looks like those screw on to the front of your existing lens. It's my experience that those things give you a pretty soft picture. You might like that, but you'd be better off getting a proper telephoto lens.

I think that's it. Wow... I've not be very kind about that package, have I? If the price of that kit is the same as buying the camera on it's own, then you're not losing anything. You DO need a bag, a cleaning kit and spare batteries, so that's all fine.

But lenses & filters are things that you should only acquire when you realise you need them. The kit lens will be a nice start for you, if you're new to photography/filming. I VERY quickly found that I needed a zoom lens, so bought a cheapy Tamron 70-300mm for under a hundred quid that I like very much, as well as the famous Nifty Fifty mm f1.8 prime that gives me a great shallow depth of field, and is my favourite lens!

I hope this has been helpful!

u/hazard2k · 2 pointsr/photography
u/SC-Viper · 2 pointsr/AskPhotography
  • I'm probably posting a cliche photography gift here but I absolutely love mine: Lens Mug

  • Can't go wrong with a BlackRapid Strap

  • If your brother takes a lot of landscapes and doesn't already have this must have tool in his gear which he should: Camera Remote Timer

  • If he's always on the go and seems struggle w/ carrying his tripod everywhere, I recommend getting him a Gorilla Pod

  • If he doesn't already have a great backpack for travelling while he is shooting his landscapes, I recommend Amazons Backpack for holding his gear. It's essentially a generic version of Canon's basic backpack.

    You can also find some fairly cheap "like new" film cameras on Craigslist along with some film.
    Film cameras are the best and it will probably be very nostalgic to the person you are gifting it to.

    I'm making the assumption that he has a Canon DSLR but you can find most of this gear if he has something like a Nikon, Sony, etc... One thing I love to receive to as a photography gift is more batteries! I use to shoot a lot of landscapes and I could never have enough of these.

    Anyways, hopefully you find something for your brother! Good luck!
u/ronakg · 2 pointsr/photography

I keep all my equipment in AmazonBasics backpack. That's my K-5 IIs, 2 zoom and 1 prime lens, Raynox 250 macro adapter, battery charger, few SD cards and cleaning kit. I may take out some or the other item depending on the trip.

While on the move, I use Fotasy Sling Neck Strap. I find it very comfortable and convenient to use.

u/Halo6819 · 2 pointsr/videography

Im new to the game as well, but so far these are the things I have picked up for my G6:

first, i bought a G6 kit that came with some handy stuff

I have also purchased

A slightly better tripod

A flood light

Battery pack for said light

Variable ND Fader for filming out doors

Rode shotgun Mic

Zoom H1

Lav mic to go with the H1

Headphones to listen for levels

Triple Mount Hot Shoe

Backpack to hold everything

This is just a fun lens, and its cheap the 50mm means its a 100mm equivelent, so its for really tight portraits, but the low aperture is good for low/light and for a very shallow field depth. When I am able to use it, this lens produces the most popular results when i post them online.

new strap cause the one that comes with the G6 sucks!

What i want to get:

A bigger zoom lens I am mostly interested in videography(weddings etc), and this would be good for back of the house shots)

The M 3/4's "nifty fifty"

u/mt61286 · 2 pointsr/photography

I use Amazon Basic's camera backpack to store 90% of my camera gear. I usually put it in my car in the morning, just in case I need it.

I also often use a waterproof backpack with a padded insert for day hiking and stuff.

u/_windfish_ · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

So for anyone looking around for a good bag to carry 10-15 deckboxes, playmat, binder, notepad, dice, other accessories. Look for a camera backpack. Often they have them at thrift stores/Goodwill for $5-10 or less. They have foam dividers and sections on the inside that are perfect for deckboxes. Look for one with a side pocket meant for a tripod - this is perfect for a playmat tube.

The one I use is a Manfrotto almost identical to their Adventure bag but I got it from Costco for $40 and I love it, but I don't think they sell it anymore.

A lot of people swear by the Amazon Basics camera backpack.

u/air_indoor · 2 pointsr/Beginning_Photography

For the price, and the fact Im just starting out, you cant beat the Amazon Basics DSLR Backpack. Quality and design have held up great for me.

AmazonBasics Backpack for SLR/DSLR Cameras and Accessories - Black

u/Bryanfisto · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

Professor recommends the AmazonBasics camera backpack, giving it an A rating for carrying deck boxes. I don't know how well those deck boxes will fit in that bag, but it's probably worth a shot.

u/toin9898 · 2 pointsr/WeddingPhotography

I’ve got the one without the laptop pocket, with the black interior. It’s surprisingly really well structured and I’ve worn it to lifestyle sessions where I’ve been sprinting chasing around 5 year olds at a park and it’s still comfortable (With the cross body straps fastened)

It’s on the small side, but I’m 5’2 so that’s exactly what I need. It doesn’t feel cheap at all. I’ve paid more than triple for worse quality backpacks. I fit four lenses (35L/50 f1.4/135L primes and a small zoom), two bodies and a speedlite in there plus all the accessories that go with that.

AmazonBasics Backpack for SLR/DSLR Cameras and Accessories - Black

u/Goliath89 · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

I'll save you some time and link directly to the product in question.

I'm currently using one of these myself, and it's pretty good. If I take out all the velcro padding, I can fit all six of my Legion Hoard Plus deck boxes, but it's a pretty snug fit. With the straps, I can fit four of them, as well as two Ultra Pro Pro-Dual deckboxes. (Not a plug for those items or anything, just offering them up for scale.) It has a few side straps over a pocket on the side (meant to hold a camera tripod) that you can use for a playmat, but only if you don't plan on using one of those plastic carry tubes.

u/AsleepConstruction · 2 pointsr/Cameras

check out this amazon basic, I have the same bag and it worked pretty well before we moved to the peak design. I remember seeing a 3rd party one where it had an orange interior which I recommend, easier to see everything, since most camera gear is black.

u/Fiishman · 2 pointsr/photomarket
u/XenroHachi · 2 pointsr/oculus

Right now im using one of my spare camera bags:

Took out most of the inserts and i leave the Rift connected to my PC and put the HMD inside, zip it enough so that only the cable is coming out. I got this bag for free awhile ago and there may be similar/cheaper bags.

I keep my Rift in a closed off room but the cat sometimes goes in while my GF or I are playing normal games, so at least itll protect it from dust and if the cat decides to pounce on the bag. I tried putting it in the case it came with once but i didnt like that it couldnt close with the cable coming out still.

u/SgtKashim · 2 pointsr/guns

Damn... my camera back is an extremely generic looking black backpack.
Maybe I need some lens panniers or something.

Good point about the backstop... I hadn't really thought about that. It holds in any public place, really, but a crowd situation is somewhat worse, just by density. That and most SD situations you'll be somewhat more alone than in a large crowd.

Anyway, if I see the cops whoopin your ass, I'll make sure to publish the photos. :F

u/SoCalDan · 1 pointr/photography

I know OP found his but for anyone else looking for a backpack, I like this one.

Carries everything but the laptop

u/lksdford · 1 pointr/photography

I just bought this for the D7000 I hope to buy this week.

u/daphillenium · 1 pointr/photography

Hey need help finding a good budget bag for my camera for an upcoming disney trip. Any of these from Amazon that anyone has can give me some input? Or recommendations?

I have an NEX-6 With 18-55 lens and a 50mm prime lens.

Then I have Canon FD adapter and the following FD Lenses:
50 mm, 135mm, 70-200.

Minolta Adapter and 28MM

Battery charger and two batteries


Flash cards

Here are some I've been looking at:

Amazon Basics Backpack

Canon Deluxe Photo Backpack

Cheap looking, but really budget bag

REALLY Budget same looking bag

Or should I wait and get one of those lowepro slingshots? Thanks

u/Octoplow · 1 pointr/Vive

Amazon reconfigurable camera bag for $40 is amazing. This large one fits everything, with extra space for 3 trackers and mounts (that extra space used to hold a GearVR - easier to picture.)

And I mean everything (other than tripods): giant power strip, HMD and lighthouse extensions, wipes, etc. It even comes with a rain cover for the bag if you get caught outside.

Edit: also have friends using the small one. It neatly fits all Vive stuff, but no space to spare.

u/Kelso_G17 · 1 pointr/gopro

I picked up one of these a few months ago. It's compact, but has room in it for a lot of gear. When I'm shooting, I'll usually hang it from the weight hook of my tripod. I keep the cameras in smaller hard shell cases when packed away.

u/HomerSimpsonJr · 1 pointr/photography

I have this that I like

I have a pretty broad chest, so the front straps came up pretty high on me and the backpack overall seems to sit higher up on your back (even with the back straps at their loosest) than any other backpack I own, but other than that, I like it.

u/phototrist · 1 pointr/photography

Not sure for laptop, but I've been able to get quite some milage from an amazon bag link What I like most about it is it's good for hiking, but the zippers, by god the zippers are smooth and great to opperate. Only disadvantage is that it's a backpack

u/forouza1 · 1 pointr/photography

Amazon Basics is a line of products produced by themselves. They do several items but the camera bag is a great item/value. here

u/Learnincurve · 1 pointr/photography

If it's a rucksack you want, then I cannot recommend the amazon basics backpack highly enough, it's £21.49 and astonishing value for money. My lowepro backpack broke and I got it as a stopgap and I'm amazed at how good it is for the money. It's big, has lots of pockets, massive amount of room for kit or you can pull the dividers out and have room for your lunch and a waterproof coat (alongside a D600+kit lens). The best part about it though is how comfortable it is to use the straps are very padded and it has those ones that come round the front as well. It also has these straps on the side for a tripod. Only drawback is that it's not waterproof but you can fix that by getting one of those £5 covers that fit over it which will also stop thieves in town.

u/bdfh · 1 pointr/photography

I put all my gear on a shelf and I installed a strip of LEDs to light it up, so I can see everything better. The accessories like filter cases and table-top tripods are in a box and rarely get used.

I have the AmazonBasics DSLR Backpack and it is amazingly good for the price. It doesn't offer as much protection as other backpacks, due to the softer padding, but it sure keeps your gear safe. I've been using one for years and I'm satisfied with it (although it's pretty ugly).

u/theycantallbetaken · 1 pointr/Vive

I've got mine in an Amazon basics slr rucksack, complete with DAS fitted. Bit tight but well padded and can be carried on my back while I'm carrying PC

u/awesometographer · 1 pointr/photography

Got a 7 million dollar home bag - it's nice. Prefer my $20 AmazonDigital Basic for overall use, tho.

u/SilverKnight1337 · 1 pointr/photography

So I have the Amazon Basics DSLR Backpack currently. I love it because it holds everything I currently have.

My issue is that I really want a bag that is a bit smaller. I want something that can hold me Canon T3 with attached nifty fifty and old 35mm lenses and well as a flash. Budget is roughly <$75. I also like the vintage look for whats its worth.

I have been looking at the following cases but most of them seem to small for what I want to use them for.

u/shashinka · 1 pointr/Vive

I'm a photographer and I find that a decent large camera bag would fit the bill quite well for a Vive. Most usually have customizable compartments rearrangeable with velcro and lots of padding. Amazon basics does a good one. Like this (or one of the larger ones)

u/jeremyscurto · 1 pointr/analog

Worth it in my book haha
It's just a plain old amazon bag, have to be creative with my packing, but it somehow holds it all.

u/PhillipMB · 1 pointr/photography

Could you link to that Amazon basics bag? I'm also kinda hating my first bag and could use a reasonably priced replacement. I found this one and a lot of the reviews say the stitching on the handle rips easily. It looks like a decent enough sized bag for my needs though, and its cheap as hell. Seems like a good buy.

u/SuperNikoPower · 1 pointr/vive_vr

There are a few on Amazon but they get really expensive. What I would recommend is getting a hard case with customizable/pluckable foam so you can make it fit your gear snugly. I use that for travel.

For general home storage, I got a 40 dollar DSLR camera backpack that has a thick foam layer and removeable padding. Keep in mind this isn’t for travel or flinging around. Just to keep it dust free.

u/browniebiznatch · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Something like this?

u/PooTommy · 1 pointr/AskPhotography

My current bag (which I absolutely love) is the AmazonBasics DSLR Bag. I've had it for over a year now and it's still in great condition, even after taking it for many hikes and beach trips. My only problem with it now is that I am running out of space as it is a kind of small bag.

Pros: Cheap, good camera and lens storage, has a tripod holder on the side, it's well organised

Cons: Small size, doesn't look that great.. Honestly, these are the only two cons I can think of, and they are both subjective.


If you think this could be a problem for you, there's also the bigger AmazonBasics DSLR and Laptop Bag. I haven't tried this bag, but I assume it is very similar to the smaller one (besides size, obviously).

I've also heard many good things about Lowepro 450AW.


I recently backed the Boundary Errant on Kickstarter. It's due to arrive around November, but I purchased this bag as an "all-rounder" bag so I could start carrying my camera everywhere with me, such as Uni, as it has an optional camera insert. It's a little pricier but I believe it will be a bag that can last for ages.


u/RyanJS08 · 1 pointr/SonyAlpha

Amazon Basics has a bag. Doesn't get more budget friendly than $30.

u/SOC2TIM2_3-4 · 1 pointr/EDH
u/kolosok17 · 1 pointr/photography

Hi guys, I am not sure whether this is a good place to post this, so please feel free to delete if it violates the rules.

I am looking to upgrade from a Canon T3 to a smaller, potentially mirrorless, camera. I would like to sell my T3 + gear and use that cash toward the new camera.

What is a reasonable price to ask for this stuff:

Canon EOS Rebel T3 Digital SLR Camera DS126291

Canon Zoom Lens EF-S 18-55mm 1:3.5-5.6 IS II

Tiffen 58mm UV Protection Filter

Case Logic SLRC-201 SLR Zoom Holster (Black)

AmazonBasics Backpack for SLR/DSLR Cameras and Accessories - Black

Generic 58mm Hood

Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II Camera Lens - Fixed

Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4.0-5.6 IS II Telephoto Zoom Lens


u/theraineydaze · 1 pointr/Vive

I've been using a camera bag I bought off Amazon for a while now and it's absolutely perfect. I was worried the DAS wouldn't fit but if you turn the headset 90 degrees it works great.

u/dswnysports · 1 pointr/GoodValue

Depends on how big/what use you want from it. I use this one from amazon. I used this when i am traveling because it can also fit my tablet as well. I am still looking for a smaller more portable bag. Lowepro and Case Logic also makes some fantastic bags.

u/vodkamojito · 1 pointr/gopro

I got on of those... So far I love it. I haven't taken it out too much but its nice having everything in its place while not having to carry around an obnoxious hard case... The backpack is pretty compact...

u/hallflukai · 1 pointr/photography

What are you traveling for and what kind of pictures are you trying to get? If you just want pictures for the memories and don't care as much about a shallow depth-of-field or absolute sharpness I'd go with the two zooms. If you're looking to get artsier I'd leave the 18-135 at home and replace it with the 24 and the 50.

Either way the 24 is small enough that there's not really an excuse not to bring it, plus it's an amazing walkaround lens.

Bring the tripod, always.

Honestly all things considered, I think you should get a DSLR backpack and you could just bring all the gear. I have the AmazonBasics one and can fit my full kit in it and it has straps on the side for a tripod.

u/iHeartMalware · 1 pointr/Multicopter

I'm using this:

I swapped around the space inside for my radio, FPV, batteries, and repair kit. My hex clips on the side, and all good to go in one bag! No hands needed!

u/ShirtOptional · 1 pointr/photography

Depending on your budget, you have some options. this is a pretty good bag, can store your dslr, lenses, and has extra pockets for books. Or you can go for something like this, a bit more expensive but really quality stuff.

u/cyncicle · 1 pointr/Cameras

I picked up a backpack bag at Costco a couple years ago. Other than outgrowing this particular small one, I like the backpack style for carrying my gear.

There's an inexpensive one on Amazon that has good reviews, and might fit your needs as a beginner.

u/samuraiphillips · 1 pointr/photography

I've had this bag for the last two years and I love it.

u/crushcastles23 · -1 pointsr/magicTCG

I have this bag.