Andrew Pielage is an internationally published architectural and travel photographer. He is currently on a quest to photograph all of Frank Lloyd Wright’s remaining designs. He has some amazing work on his website
He recently traveling to Chile, packing his Canon 5DS and a full range of lenses:
- Canon 17mm f/4 TS (Tilt Shift)
- Canon 24mm f/4 TS (Tilt Shift)
- Canon 24-105mm f/4
- Canon 70-200mm f/2.8
which easily fit in the 16L Kiboko camera backpack.
He wrote up a review that really goes into detail on why the bag worked so well for him.
On our dual compartment, butterfly access design:
"I like this idea of only two pockets on each side. That means, if I pack it right, I only have to open one zipper to get to all my photo equipment AND photo accessories on one side. On other packs I’ve had to open two to get to my camera, lenses and say, SD cards out. It doesn’t seem like a big deal but the less time in my pack, the more time getting the shots and GuraGear nailed it here with their design.
It is a well thought-out, comfortable, and efficient design for every category of photographer and has the durability to get your gear safe and dry to any location around the world. I’m excited to see what new products are coming
and see more of Andrew's work here