Common Sense Camera Bag

“Common Sense” is not a camera bag brand. I wish it was but no it is not. So when you have a camera the place where you get it from always upsell you to a camera bag right? Since you guys know that I am a Micro 4/3 shooter I don’t need a real camera bag.

There’s a reason why I tittle this post as a common sense camera bag. When you have a camera bag, people will notice you with a camera bag. So you’re a target for bad people. I have friends that were rob and the experience of photography is diminished. So think about that when you selecting your camera choice wisely.

As the M43 camera is so light and when you first start out you just have one camera and one lens. So don’t buy a camera bag. Just just any bag could be your camera bag. For ladies just use your hand bag. For guys just use a regular day pack or better still when you have accumulate more gear use a shopping bag.

Again you don’t want people to noticed you. Common sense is not very uncommon these days. I am here to tell you to exercise it with your choice of camera system and camera bag. If you get a camera bag make sure it small. The bigger the bag the more gear you going to put into it. Don’t go on a GAS episode. (Gear Acquisition Syndrome)

I do have protection for my valuable gear. Yes and I love Peak Design. Peak Design have a camera shell. Basically a cover for your camera and lense for transportation. I don’t put the camera at the bottom of the day pack or shopping bag. Again exercise some common sense.

Usually I have some kind of padding at the bottom. When I have it in my travel backpack it has clothing and everything else and the Peak Design Shell as a an extra protection. For regular day pack I have the Peak Design Field Pouch at the bottom which all my camera accessories in it and that’s act as a cushion.

The same process if you using a shopping bag. Just use your clothing as a cushion at the bottom and you good to go. Common Sense camera bag should be in your preferred camera retailers soon. Ofcouse produced by “The Time Lapse Nuts” and conceived in your brain.

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Published by Travis Chau

I'm a freelance makeup artist from Sydney, Australia. If you hang around creative people long enough you well get the bug to create as well. So now I am into photography, timelapse photography and maybe video/film later.

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