Hello! I am an Industrial design student and I am looking for feedback from the biking community. I am researching the design opportunities and possibilities of a new type of camera bag for your bike. I have created a survey with 10 questions and it would really help me out if you followed the link below!
I have been a mountian/bikepacker for a number of years and have always struggled with feeling comfortable bringing my dslr camera on my rides. With this project I am hoping to find a way to help bikers incorporate their photography passion/hobby.
I took your questionnaire. But the last section asking to prioritize where on a bike to mount a frame type of bag… I (personally) would never load my DSLR’s in a bag mounted to a frame. Just way too much vibration and bouncing around for my comfort level. Just too many delicate and precise moving parts in a DSLR and lenses. I have ridden with my cameras in a backpack, where I know my body buffers a lot of vibration.
Thank you all for the responses that I have gotten thus far! This bike bag will be focused on negating vibration and water damage to DSLR cameras. The survey is still open and if you bike with a camera I am still collecting input!
In the following months once this product is developed I plan on posting the results back to this forum.
If you have any additional comments or questions don’t hesitate to PM me.
Hello to all. He needs it, right now I’m going to go to the mountains and I want to take an action camera with me. I think about such variants of Sony or Gopro(https://www.bestadvisor.com/action-cameras) and I don’t know what to choose. They say the cold in many cameras quickly discharged battery. Help with a choice
thank you in advance
I took the survey! I ride with a DSLR very often, in fact sometimes two. Personally I would not ever carry a DSRL on my the bike unless I was doing a road/gravel tour. I prefer dedicated camera bags. I use the Evoc 18L Photo Scout and F-Stop Gear Satori 70L bags for that. That being said, I think there is still room to improve on those bags. I have probably been through at least ten different camera bags before settling on the F-Stop Gear and Evoc bags.