Peli has an excellent reputation for protecting your precious cargo in super-durable and tough cases, and the 1560 is no different: with two strong and secure double-step latches and rubber over-moulded handles, one on the side and one on the top. This case is waterproof and dustproof, ensuring your delicate camera gear is always protected from the elements and is rated IP67. It also has the ‘Peli Lifetime Guarantee’: if you break it, they replace it.
This tough little cookie comes from Peli who are known for being behind some of the world’s toughest cases and create virtually indestructible cases that are used by military and emergency services. The 0915 can hold 12 SD cards, 6 mini SD cards and 6 micro SD cards, it has a compact, slim profile of 141mm x 83mm x 22mm and internal dimension of 122mm x 57mm x 14mm, it is suitable to fit in your bag or pocket.
Often camera bags come in either a backpack or shoulder bag format, this is because when your hands are full of expensive camera you don’t want to be juggling a bag strap at the same time. So I was surprised when I saw that Peak Design had released an Everyday Tote bag. Available in Charcoal or Ash, the bag comes with two FlexFold Dividers, an anchor for key tether, and a tripod band to secure a tripod. It is carry on approved by most airlines and is made from a waxed Kodra synthetic canvas with DWR coating for weather protection.
I am comfortable saying that I haven’t been much of a fan of the MindShift bags in the past. I tend to view them as ThinkTank’s younger and uglier brother, but I was really surprised by the high-quality construction in the PhotoCross 13 Sling Bag. The PhotoCross has been made to withstand all weathers and is comfortable enough to wear for hours on end, with a wealth of useful features to keep your camera gear safe and close to hand when in the great outdoors.