Allow me to provide you with my review of the most versatile, easily configurable, best DSLR camera backpack for travel . . .
Fast forward a mere month later. Equipped with all new stuff, we headed out for a leisurely drift down the Danube with Viking River Cruises. After a departure from home at 5:00 in the morning, four hours to Atlanta, a three-hour layover, eight hours to Amsterdam, another two-hour layover, and two more hours of flight, we arrived in Budapest.
Having divulged my tale to any poor soul with patience enough to listen, I was recommended by a photographer friend, Ron Stern of The Global Gumshoe, to make sure my next travel camera backpack was a Tenba. I am the sort to do a bit of research before I get anything. Not an excessive amount mind you, but enough to feel comfortable about what I own. I was happy with my previous backpack. It was roomy enough for my purposes and seemed as sturdy as others I had tried out. Before my Tenba, I was what I’ll call more than content. I guess I really didn’t know what I was missing.
The Tenba DSLR camera backpack is totally customizable to whatever configuration you would like, be it bringing all your stuff to a big shoot or a perfect carry-on with plenty of room for all your necessities (or your wife’s recently purchased souvenirs).
The Tenba DSLR camera backpack is as comfortable as it is durable and it’s made with water-repellent nylon (which protects the contents even if you don’t use the rain cover). It is weather-sealed with rubberized zippers. It has expedition-grade harnesses and shoulder straps, so it’s good for hiking/walking all day because the straps don’t create friction with clothing.
Tenba stands behind its product and you would be hard-pressed to find a better-designed carrier. If you already own a bag and feel content, research; there’s a big difference. I love mine.