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Digital Camera Bags For Women: What Are Your Best Options?

Author : Rick Valence


A camera bag is probably the best way to keep your camera safe, and there are many different options out there, both online and in stores. There are different styles, sizes, and shapes to suit everyone's needs, though often they are very rugged and look like something you might wear to hike a mountain. Sometimes, as a female, you want something a little less masculine.

For ladies with smaller digital point and shoot cameras, often these get thrown into the bottom of the purse. This is a very bad idea as it will be constantly getting bumped around and possibly exposed to some sort of liquid. Nobody wants to pay for a camera repair when it could have been avoided. There are many options just by searching "cute camera bags" or "girl camera bags," but some of the cutest bags I've come across were on modcloth.com.

For the more advanced photographer, there are many "in-between" options for ladies who may want something compact to carry just a body and one lens. There's always the option of using a bag you already have and a lens sleeve, but you still should have a bag that's specifically cushioned and designed to hold your camera that way if any bumps do occur, your camera will be secure and safe. Acme makes a really great retro bowling bag design for DSLR set ups at a great price on amazon.com.

If you are a more professional lady in the photography world, you need something that can hold your DSLR, some lenses, and maybe a flash or two as well. And if you want to look super professional, there are many bags to choose from. You don't have to be stuck with something boring and you don't have to get something less protective for it to be more feminine. There is a wide assortment of bags available all over the internet, and it's not hard to find more than one you want. If you're doing some online shopping, check out Ketti hand bags and Emera bags; you're bound to find something you like.

One of the best sites around for finding what you want in a camera bag is etsy.com. Just a simple search for "camera bags" brings up a ton of options that will make it hard to make a decision! The bags range in size, price, and design. And to boot, all of their bags are handmade, so you are supporting inventive artists and crafters, not corporations. Also try searching "camera straps" or "camera lens bag" for even more amazing items to keep your equipment safe.


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Rick Valence is a specialist at C.R.I.S. Camera Services, a 25 year old Phoenix camera repair facility. Among Ricks interests are a love for travel, writing for his Phoenix camera repair blog, eating good food, and listening to great music.

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Tags:   camera repair, digital camera, camera bag, professional photographer, feminine camera bag

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