Bikepacking Camera Bag
Ever wondered what kind of photography gear someone might need on a bike tour of South America? At The Radavist, photographer Ryan Wilson shows off the equipment he has been carrying around for the past few months.
Wilson traveled throughout South America, including large swathes of the Andes. Wilson has a lot of gear, but his camera is the highlight here. You can check out his stunning travel photos on his Instagram and learn more about each subject at The Radavist .
The bag is an F-Stop Kenti backpack . Here’s what’s inside:
- Sony A7Rii Full Frame Mirrorless Camera
- Sony 24-70 f / 2.8 G-Master lens (main)
- Zeiss Loxia 21mm f / 2.8 MF lens (special)
- MeFoto Backpacker Tripod (Alloy)
- 3 or 4 spare camera batteries with compact USB charger
- Sensor dust extractor (+ cleaner / swabs)
- 8 SD cards in hard case (various sizes / brands)
- OP / Tech USA Camera Rain Cover (x3)
- MacBook w / Retina, 12-inch, 2016, Sea-to-Summit Dry Bag
- Samsung SSD T1 1TB
- PNY 480 GB SSD
- MyDigital SSD 512 GB SSD
- HooToo USB-C Hub
- Universal cable organizer Amazon
- Satellite communicator InReach SE
- Black Diamond Iota USB Rechargeable Headlamp
- Stunning 10000mAh Power Bank (with USB-C)
- iPhone 6 waterproof case with GAIA GPS
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