“One of the truths of air travel with camera gear is that the maximum amount of gear photographers can carry is limited by the smallest plane on which they’ll be traveling…. Designed for traveling on commuter or regional jets, the [Airport Advantage’s] customized interior holds the maximum amount of gear that will fit in overhead bins or under seats. In addition, its ultralight design lets photographers pack more gear while staying under airlines’ increasingly vigilant weight restrictions….
Meets U.S. and International airline carry-on requirements…
… two Mirrorless bodies with lots of lenses…”
“… Based on input from professional photographers, our newly released Airport International™ V3.0 and Airport Security™ V3.0 rolling camera bags feature improved handles, greater durability, and dedicated laptop and tablet compartments. These new features, in addition to their airline carry on compliance, TSA approved zipper locks, tripod mounts, and Lost & Found registration system make, them the gold standard for photo transport cases….”
I recently gave the smaller version of Peak Design’s Everyday Messenger 15 shoulder-cum-messenger bag a thorough tryout, using it every single day as a camera bag or as a general purpose bag, and loved it.
Here is the link to my article about it:
Based on my experience with this bag, which I still carry each day, I am really looking forward to Peak Design’s latest additions to their Everyday bag line, currently being funded via Kickstarter.
The Everyday Backpack, Tote and Sling funding campaign is closing soon, on the 10th of September, so get in quickly if you want to pledge for one.
Click here for the Kickstarter campaign page.