Protecting your Digital Camera whenever you are outdoors is very important. Taking great pictures is one of my favorite things to do. Photography keeps me creative, relaxed, and see everything around me differently. As a blogger and a mom, photography helps me tell my story, and capture special moments, that last forever. Because photography has brought so much joy into my life, I make sure to protect my equipment every way possible.
Protect Your Digital Camera Whenever You Are Outdoors…
Keeping my camera safe, clean and in good working condition is important to me. Especially because I use it for work and for my son’s baseball games. I know that taking pictures outdoors can take a toll on my camera, and even cause permanent damage. Because of this, preparing my gear for the outdoors is crucial. I do this by using a reliable backpack like the Tenba Solstice.
I really like using the Tenba Solstice backpack because it features secure rear access and an adjustable belt strap which allows me to remove my equipment without setting my backpack down. The extending compression straps allows me to hold my jacket, blanket or oversized items. Not to mention, it has padded compartments to keep my camera, lenses, and accessories from moving around and bumping into each other. Also, I like that I’m able to use it all day because it is light.
Tenba Solstice Features That Will Protect Your Digital Camera:
- Protection – it has fitted padded compartments to protect your camera, lenses, and accessories from hitting each other and getting damaged.
- Durability: it is built with the finest materials and hardware so that it will last you a long time.
- Weather Resistance: it will keep your equipment dry because it is made with water-repellent shadow ripstop and plain woven nylon.
- Organized: it has a lot of padded compartments that keep all your equipment neatly and separated so that you can quickly grab it whenever you need it.
In my 12L Tenba Solstice bag, I’m able to carry an oversized water bottle, iPad mini, iPhone, sweatshirt, snacks, DSLR camera, lenses, tripod and still have room for more things. Now I don’t have to worry about digging through my bag to find my camera or miss a home run at my son’s game because my equipment is tight and well organized.