I'd always recommend a good handlebar bag to carry cameras etc.Looking for a recommendation for a bag to mount on a bike. I'm thinking handlebars or center bar for accessibility. Just planning on one body and a smaller lens like the P12-60.
I thought about this after seeing your post, but I want some protection in case of a fall. In a bag on the center bar or handlebars it'd have a chance. On my belt, it'd be toast. I don't need instant access, just easy access.I would use one of the belt-mounted camera clips and a glide-style sling strap. No bag at all.
I am using an Andrew the Maker Camera Sack on my Salsa Mukluk fatbike which I use for bikepacking. Has worked well for me so far.Looking for a recommendation for a bag to mount on a bike. I'm thinking handlebars or center bar for accessibility. Just planning on one body and a smaller lens like the P12-60.
Have only had it a couple of months but it's holding up well as mostly a sling bag. The Fidlock latch system is a neat trick and doesn't accidentally unlatch. The one negative as a handlebar bag is the way it hangs from the bars is not really conducive to accessing while riding. You typically have to stop.That looks to be exactly the form factor I'm looking for... how are the latches/buckles? Given them much wear and tear or shock testing?