G-raphy Small Camera Bag with Rain Cover and Fits Tripod
This lightweight camera backpack is designed to hold all your photographic equipment in full comfort. Made from durable weather resistant nylon with tough reinforced stitching for everyday carry. Adjustable padded dividers make it easy to customize your current gear.
- Compatible With: Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, Pentax and other DSLRs and photographic equipment.
- Capacity: Holds and protects 1-2 DSLR camera and lens, 3-4 additional lenses, a shoe-mount flash, plus a compact tripod or monopod.
- Dimensions: 14″ x 10″ x 5″ . Ideal for photography enthusiasts and travelers.
- DSLR Camera and Mirrorless Backpack Bag by i-graphy for Camera and Lens
Matthew B. –
Finally I found my perfect camera bag while traveling.It’s maybe for someone a little small but able to hold the Sony A7rii along with my holy trinity: 16-35, 24-70, 70-300. There’s still a bunch of room for my accessory which normally consists of: memory cards, batteries, ND filter, polarizer, shutter release and spot light meter. The support for a tripod on the side is a bonus. Kind of like a cherry on top :-When I pack everything the slides bulge out a bit which I think its intended to do. Still it zips up very nicely.I’m usually a messenger bag kind of a guy but with my upcoming trip to LA, I wanted a back pack for support.I can’t believe I got this bag for under $30. For the price , what can I ask for more .
It’s big enough to hold all of my Nikon D3200 accessories and the camera itself, but I don’t think this bag will last very long. There are lose threads hanging everywhere and the Velcro on the inside is already tearing after 2 days. Would not recommend.
Brandon Allin –
Photography is a new hobby of mine and I was looking for a bag to store my DSLR camera as well as a number of other things. Before purchasing, I had been using a standard backpack and just tossing in everything I would need when going out to shoot, and eventually the mess became too much for me to handle.That’s when I found this bag. Perhaps what I’m most impressed with early on is how compact the bag’s overall size is, but how much can actually fit inside. I only have my camera, a couple additional lenses, some memory cards, and a few cables so far, but the amount of compartments here is wonderful. I love knowing that seemingly no matter how many accessories I purchase in the future that this bag will be able to store them all.The amount of padding inside is more than acceptable, and I love that the compartments are customizable and interchangeable to accommodate all sorts of different lenses and whatnot. This is an excellent feature that I think a lot of other bags missed the mark on. I also adore that the bag is able to be worn like a backpack instead of having to lug it around by hand all the time.From top to bottom just an excellent, compact bag that does exactly what I need it to do. I feel confident using this bag on a daily basis that all my precious equipment will be adequately protected.
Tim Drain –
I had originally picked out an Ape Case but had to default to this case to save money. Boy, am I glad I did! I used to be a photographer in the old days of film but my career ended up taking a different path. I’ve been retired for a few years and living on Social Security, which is really social but not terribly secure. After a few years of this, I decided to go back to school (at the tender age of 71) to get a 2 year Associate’s Degree in Digital Photography. My schooling requires that I have a camera, two lenses, and a variety of other odds and ends, which brings me to my review.I wasn’t sure what to expect when I purchased this bag but it has exceed expectations. It holds a Nikon D7200, a Nikon 18-70 lens, a Nikon 55-300 lens, a 500 gb external hard drive, case for the hard drive, a way-cool First2savvy leather camera case, five (yes, 5!) spare camera batteries, charger for the batteries, fat owner’s manual for the camera, lens cleaning kit, two screen protectors for the Nikon, an Anker portable card reader, a 55″ tripod which can fir on either the side of the bag or across the top, and it still has room for at least two more lenses! Pshew!I will admit that it does get heavy but you have the ability to wear it as a back pack, making the load much easier to carry.In closing, if you’re seriously considering a more expensive big-name bag, go ahead and buy it, but realize you’re doing it out of vanity. I’ve learned the value of a dollar over the years, having made and lost a couple of small fortunes. Amazon knows the value of a dollar too, and their basic lines are chock full of value. I have owned this bag for a few months and use it every day, both in class and out in the field. It has zippers galore, everything is at your fingertips, and it can be custom-fitted to any equipment you might have by way of adjustable pockets. Even loaded up with equipment this bag keeps it’s shape and even has zippers on the outside for more stuff. I mean, what do you want out of a camera bag? If you’re getting into photography, buy this bag! Believe me, you will need the extra money to buy more lenses.
I have to say I was so so cause of some of the reviews about the straps coming unstiched. Well I just literally got mine in and shipping was super fast as always and why I have the prime membership, also I took a close close look at the stitching on the bag. I assume they fixed that problem cause mine has 6 layers of cross stitch as well as a hard plastic insert that’s stitched in with it for reinforcement. I hot the large bag and it fit my Nikon D7000,D4, 18-105mm, 35mm,2 50mm,85mm and the 12-24mm. And fit all my lense filters, batteries, charger,flash,mic,cables, cleaning things for camera and lenses, lense hoods and even some miscellaneous things. It’s alot but if you configure everything just right it works perfectly. Also has on each side of the bag to hold both tripods. Then the rain gard is a plus and super easy to throw on and it hold very secure with the elastic band around it that’s made on the cover. This week will be the big test to see how well it holds up cause going on vacation and alot of traveling will be done. If anything changes as far as the quality I will do a update when I get back. But for the price you can’t go wrong with this bag as I looked and looked for a good decent bag that didn’t cost alot. Over all its a great bag plenty of padding and really strong velcro for the dividing pads as well as the 2 small storage areas with zippers.UPDATE..Nov-30-17.. After a long vacation and all the camera gear I took this bag held up exceptionallywell. The rain gard came in handy and also kept my gear dry, I was figuring something would of gave out on this bag but it held up through all the traveling and hiking. For the price it was well worth it and will be ordered another one to keep more of my camera gear in so I can have them both ready to go.
I gave this bag five stars originally. The inside is perfect. I can easily and securely fit my camera, two lenses, my camcorder, and both chargers in the main compartment. The lid has perfect spots for extra memory cards. Everything inside was A+ perfect.But one day one of the zipper pulls broke off. No big deal, I still had the other zipper to use. Last month it fell off too. Someone told me to put paperclips in the zippers so I could pull them still but I’d rather just buy a new bag than use paperclips.Pro to the broken zippers: I know nobody will open my bag to steal things because it takes too much effort 😆
I can say enough good things about this backpack. It absolutely exceeded my expectations.I have been looking for a bag to fit all of my photography gear and there were some options out there, but the prices were a little too high for you’d be getting, so I decided to try this G-raphy backpack and it’s just perfect.The backpack is very slim and compact and holds quite a bit of gear with the ability to change the shapes and sizes of the compartments within (using the velcro dividers inside. The backpack also comes with a rain cover that fits and covers the whole bag perfectly if you ever got caught out in the rain with your gear. There are 2 mesh zipper pockets on the inside, and molle system hooks on both sides on the outside to attach any additional gear or a tripod, in addition to 1 small mech pocket on each side.Check the video and pics below to see how much gear I was able to fit into this backpack. Here’s the list:- DJI Mavic Pro with battery- DJI Mavic Pro controller- DJI Mavic Pro battery charger- DJI Mavic Pro spare batteries (2)- AA Battery charger- K&F Concept wireless mic units)- Zhiyun Smooth 4 (with stand)- Zhiyun Crane Plus (with battery charger and stand)- Canon T7i with: 1x EF 50mm lens and 1x 18-55 lens- Sony RX100 MK II- Sony Xperia X smartphone- cables, SD cards, extra propellersThe one thing I wish this bag had was a laptop sleeve or pocket and it would have been what I take everywhere.
Quality is the worst, I bought 1 year ago.I see today this review.I used no more than 6 times..I not use hanging this backpack more than 30 hours .I have canon 6D common lens .. not heavy.Second time I used start the problem.. this is a Trash don’t waste your money