Tenba’s New DNA 15 Backpack Will Hold your Camera And Up To 6 Lenses

The Tenba DNA 15 Backpack has quick access and Tenba’s durability standard.

In the world of photography, there are wide and far-reaching differences between photographers and the various kits that they have. Some photographers have large kits with many lens options, while others maintain rather minimalist kit loadouts. Photographers are always looking for better ways to carry their gear around, and bag makers like Tenba are always bringing out quality options to fit the needs of various photographers. In their new DNA 15 backpack, Tenba has as targeted the photographer with a decent size kit of a single camera and up to 6 lenses – with a maximum lens size of roughly a standard full-frame 70-200mm F2.8. That is a lot of gear to be able to carry around and have access to, but the Tenba DNA 15 is not all about how much it can carry.

The bag has been designed for use year around with a rugged ‘all-weather’ exterior that will protect your gear from the elements. The DNA 15 Backpack features a rolltop design, which allows you to make the main compartment larger or more compact depending on what you need to bring with you on the shoot. It also has a Fidlock magnetic clip and a quick access compartment.

Just to refresh your memory, the DNA backpack lineup of bags were designed for city dwellers. They started out with messenger bags that are inherently very good albeit not the most stylish. However, their functionality is truly second to none.

Key DNA 15 Backpack Features

  • Room for 4-6 Lenses
  • Carry up to a 15” Laptop
  • Airport roller bag compatibility
  • Use it as a regular day bag by removing the camera insert
  • Shoulder Straps automatically adjust to different shoulder sizes

The Tenba DNA 15 is now available at partner retailers across the globe for $199.95. If you are interested you can pick one up over on Amazon.

Anthony Thurston

Anthony is a Portland, Oregon based Boudoir Photographer specializing in a dark, moody style that promotes female body positivity, empowerment, and sexuality. Besides The Phoblographer, he also reviews gear and produces his own educational content on his website.