Lots of camera bags aren’t really designed to last for a very long time. But Billingham bags are made differently — specifically, they’re made in a way that used to be the norm. The Phoblographer’s staff has a bunch of them. Need some guidance? We’ve got links to our reviews below. You can find many of those awesome Billingham bags discounted on Amazon. But first, check out the bags below and see which one you might want.
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Here are some Billingham Bags we’ve reviewed and loved over the years. You can find them discounted on Amazon.
- The Eventer Mk II is for light travel needs from a gig to home.
- The Hadley Pro Large is for pretty much any gig you might need to tackle as a photojournalist.
- The Eventer Mini is for shooting events with mirrorless cameras.
- The Hadley One is for pretty big cameras and lenses.
- The Hadley Small is for minimal shooters, like Leica photographers.
- The Rucksack 35 is my favorite backpack by Billingham, but it won’t hold a whole lot of gear.