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Peak Design Everyday Camera Tote

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Will your mind be blown? Totes.

If the only tote bag you've ever used is a big, floppy mess, Peak Design's Everyday Camera Tote will blow away your expectations and tote-ally redefine your idea of what a tote can be. Featuring EVA divider pads that allow you to organize your kit to meet the specifications of your day, the Everyday also has a double-run zippered side opening for easy access while in carry mode. Perfect for lugging your drone, baby gear or expensive camera equipment, the Everyday helps you get on-location with the stuff that matters.
  • A versatile tote for hauling camera gear, drone
  • EVA dividers allow for organized storage
  • External straps rig up yoga mat, umbrella, tripod
  • Laptop/tablet sleeve keeps your computer safe
  • Multiple internal pockets hold cords, USB, cards
  • Dual-opening allows instant access to get the shot
  • Seat belt-style straps do hand, shoulder, backpack carry
  • Kodra body + weatherproof zips protect gear
  • Item #PKE000N

Kodra shell with DWR, EVA FlexFold dividers, leather touch points
20L (1220cu in)
Zippered internal
top, zippered side
16 x 13.5 x 8in
Claimed Weight
2lb 6.4oz
Recommended Use
hiking, photography/media
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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

The Peak Designs Theme

I've used it several times

I have noticed a recurring theme with Peak Designs gear. Quality, and Thoughtfulness I am impressed with this bag, you can wear it on your back to keep your hands free, it has a slot for your carryon handle to go through, the quality of materials and craftsmanship of the bag are top notch, and the magnetic closure is very cool. I am a fan of this as a travel bag, as an airplane "personal item" and for general use. As a dedicated camera bag it is pretty cool but if your kit includes more than a mirrorless camera and an extra lens then maybe you would be better off with a backpack to carry the extra weight. All in all I am a big fan.

>Rating: 5

Good Tote

I've used it several times

I think for the right person, this is the perfect tote. I loved the dual size access for camera equipment or other odds and ends. I used this for commuting for a couple weeks and a road trip and liked it much more during the road trip as my "car bag". I had a couple book, sony a6000, 50mm lens, wallet, cords, and paperwork in it and it was great. A bit snug on my small laptop. I would recommend this more for a tablet user as you can't really close the bag with any normal sized laptop inside of it. Great quality overall and I liked the option to wear it as a tote or as a backpack.

>Rating: 4

Almost Perfect Camera Bag

I've used it several times

This bag does most things well, but there are a few things I would add if I could. I like how durable the fabric feels, and the construction overall feels really quality. It looks classy, clean, and well-built. They didn't skimp on pockets or storage options. There are plenty of places to keep all of your accessories like lens caps, memory cards, filters, etc. I use the Sony mirrorless system, and I was able to easily fit the camera body, 2 lenses, extra batteries, microfiber cloths, and a few other things, and everything was easy to organize and easy to access. I wouldn't mind a larger pocket in the bag outside of the main compartment though. I also think a long shoulder strap would be really useful. My natural instinct was to try to sling it over my shoulder while shooting, but the straps aren't quite long enough for that. When used as a backpack it also can feel a bit awkward. Overall I think it's a nice bag to have for urban photo shoots, and it's not immediately recognizable as a camera bag which is nice, but there are a few ergonomic features that I think if added would make this a 5 star bag.

>Rating: 4

Sturdy, looks good, could be larger

I've used it several times

Pros: Super sturdy design and construction, feels like it will last for years! Great looking fabrics, color combos, and design in general Modular camera system is customizable to your needs, with easy access side zips Magnetic top closure is nice The small and stretchy interior pockets for cards are a nice touch The back side has a sleeve for sliding over the handle of your roller luggage while traveling - LOVE THIS. It has a hard bottom and will stand up on its own (i.e. your expensive stuff won't flop on it's side) Cons: Not large enough for a 15" Macbook. The tag claimed it would fit a 15" inch, but their website does say 13" - If I slide my 15" in there vertically I can just barely get the top to close, but it's tall an awkward. Alternately I can wedge the 15" in there sideways and make do, but it's not ideal as I need a separate sleeve to protect it. It could use an extra medium sized interior pocket for things like misc cords, phones, pens, sunglasses, etc. and would be nice to have a zipper. Right now I am tossing those misc. things into the main compartment and it gets messy. The backpack conversion is not comfortable and has to be loaded carefully to ensure the whole pack doesn't awkwardly pull away from your back. The tote straps could be longer, it would be rad if they were adjustable in length on both sides, and not just the backpack-conversion side. The buckle closure over the magnet is needed, functional, and looks nice, but is a time consuming operation. Takeaway: Best as a more incognito suburban travel camera bag when traveling more by car vs walking alot, with smaller/lighter camera (such as mirrorless), and ipad or 13" or smaller laptop users.