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Storing Your Digital Camera

You can store your digital camera in a number of ways. You might need to store your camera and accessories for travel (whether to another country or just down the street), and storing it also helps protect it while it’s just sitting around. Here are your camera-storage options:

  • Fanny pack: For just the basics — a small camera, extra batteries, extra memory cards, and a lens cleaning cloth.

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  • Camera bag: If you’re carrying a large digital camera, you need the storage space that a bag designed to hold a camera provides.

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  • Backpack: The camera backpack ranges in size from small — big enough for just the camera, a couple of lenses, and some accessories — to massive carry-alls.

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  • Modular belt system: A belt puts the weight on your hips and leaves multiple lenses and accessories within easy reach.

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  • Chest bag: A chest bag lets you carry your camera harnessed to your chest, where you can get to it quickly and easily.

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