Color is a great help in easily and quickly identifying your luggage. I know, because I own one long-range Canon digital camera, which is Mediterranean blue. I would have loved to have used color lenses on that camera, but the ones they made (which are gray tinted lenses) were not worth it.
I just picked a gray lens for one reason and one reason only: it looked great. Unlike the Canon blue lenses, these gray lenses aren’t oily or oily to the eye. In fact, several years ago when I accidentally stepped on a pin in an electrical outlet and left it there, I didn’t pick it up until I had to set it up properly. That accident was the one time all my precautions were wasted, and I have never been afraid of Lighting Reflexes at all.
There are also colored soft side luggage, but they are mostly been done in the same brown/red. The occasional luggage with some red or oranges have been known to break campers, and while these are not that difficult to handle, it is more of a challenge to get the orange out of a brown bag.
Soft side bags are still mostly found in the brown/red family, but add a colored lens to it if you want to. You cannot do red-orange green-blue any longer, but you can change one color on one side and use the other side color for the other side!
There are some technical differences between soft side camera bags and hardside camera bags. In general, a soft side camera bag has a case for the lens, and a hardside camera bag has a compartment for the camera. However, there are some slight differences:
In most cases, color of the bag is more important than material construction. Which is why you should think about color first, and then material construction, especially if you’re on a budget. While you can get soft side camera bags with a case for the lens, you can’t get a hardside camera bag that has a compartment for the camera.
However, there are some other differences:
Soft Side Camera Bagsare more likely to capture your image than a hardside bag. It may sound silly, but think about it. In your bag, you’re probably carrying the camera, an iPod, cell phone, and some documents. In your bag, your camera will be facing upwards, and most of the time it will be close to something – it’s not likely to capture your image from ground level. However, in your camera compartment, it can capture your image from just about any angle.
While soft side camera bags can make it tough to take pictures, they can also protect your camera. Imagine you walking into a sudden sudden low-light situation where you capture an image of a person holding a bright object up close to the camera, or imagine a situation where you’re in the wrong position to capture the image. If you had a soft camera bag, you’d have some cushion, and it would protect your camera from such unlikely events.
Though comfortable, a hardside camera bag is also harder to get into and out of. You may have to use Boxing gloves, or a holster, instead of just flicking the attachment at the object. Still, it is easier, and can accommodate bigger cameras.
In-the-bag camera bags – these are the type that you carry in your camera over the course of the day, and are ultimately inside your camera. They’re also typically found in the300 Film Backpack, 300 milliseconds form. The maximum protection for these bags is the same as for the soft side bags, though they’re somewhat more bulky. This is to give you adequate protection for the bag, without giving up extra space of other components.
300ms form is also a popular choice for those who have to travel with their camera at all times, either for work or for leisure. The main distinction of this camera bag from the other types is that it has a special closure system that makes it easier to secure fasteners, such as hotel doorknob. The doorknob is sized to fit over the bag, making it fastened while on the floor with just one hand. No need to fumble for luggages like you used to years ago.
This type of camera equipment is perfect for anyone who needs a dependable secondary camera, or for those who want something that sets them apart from the crowd. It may be in a size that fits small devices, but large enough to give you the same features and quality as major camera equipment.
The 300ms type of casing is one that’s still popular, but that’s in a super-compact size measuring just a little over 15.5 linear inches. This size is extremely popular because it’s roomy enough for normal equipment that a person might need to carry around with them.