It's been a long time since I've been backpacking - an amazing trip to England's Yorkshire Dales and Lake District - and I'd like to know how people are carrying their gear while backpacking. A couple caveats: I'm not talking about camera inserts for packs, but rather quick access solutions to a camera and two or more native lenses of varying size. With a large pack it's a chore to remove it any time you want to grab the camera or switch lenses. I know there are elaborate SLR setups for backpackers, but the ones I've seen are way too bulky for M4/3 gear. I would think a "modular" setup consisting of a belt/strap-looped camera case and individual lens cases would work best, but I'm hoping some folks have a few good ideas. I'm also not talking about a whole system - backpackers like to keep things as light as possible. I was thinking something like this mounted to the pack straps for the camera body with prime/short zoom: ILC Classic 50 Or one or two of these cases for medium-sized lenses: Lens Case 8 x 6cm Anything that has a waterproof option gets bonus points, because hiking all day can leave you stuck in the rain for some time. Ideas for pancake and compact prime lenses are also appreciated. Thanks!