Have you ever been frustrated trying to find that perfect something, knowing exactly what it is you want, but no one else seems to understand the piece you're looking for? That's what I've been going through trying to find the perfect camera bag. I have a small Sony HD Camcorder, that I bring to a lot of events, and sometimes end up carrying it around for literally 8 hours or more. I have a small bag that holds the equipment okay, but it just wasn't...perfect. So, when I was given the opportunity to choose a piece from LoveCases, I knew exactly what to look for, and I quickly found what looked to be just right.
LoveCases graciously sent me the Tamrac 3442 Rally 2 Bag, which is designed for Digital SLR Cameras, but also looked just right for my camcorder and accessories. Sure enough, when the bag arrived, I discovered I had made the perfect choice!
First of all, I love the slim look. So many camera/camcorder bags are wide and bulky, and that is not what I want to be lugging around for hours on end! The exterior is also water resistant, so should I happen to get caught in the rain someday, I know my camera is not going to get soaked.
There are several pockets in this bag, and the main compartment can be adjusted to fit your needs using the padded dividers. I use this for my camcorder and cord, and then carry the extra batteries and SD cards in another pocket inside. There are also a couple mesh pockets on the outside, that would work for a water bottle, or other necessities.
One other aspect of this bag that makes it perfect for my needs is the extra wide shoulder strap, with no-slip padding. Instead of trying to keep a narrow strap up on my shoulder (like my previous bag) I don't even have to worry about it now. Between the extra padding, the width of the strap, and the no-slip feature, I can go for hours without adjusting the bag on my shoulder!
Be sure to visit LoveCases and check out all their wonderful camera bags today!
Disclaimer: I was not monetarily compensated in any way; I did receive product for the purpose of review. All thoughts and opinions are mine.