REVIEW: G-raphy Camera Insert Camera Bag

I was looking for a medium size insert bag that can fit my essential photography gear for my Mission Workshop Sanction 20-liter Rucksack backpack and came across the G-graphy Camera Insert on Amazon. The dimensions weren’t clear because they had two different listings (wtf mate!?😱) Luckily, it was able to fit pretty well. I decided to measure the bag myself and can assure you the dimensions are the following: 9.5in (length) 4.5in (width) x 12.5in (height). It also came with a strap for you to use it as a shoulder bag. Considering the padding isn’t substantial, it’d make me nervous to use the insert as a separate bag.


The Pros

  • It’s light and portable.
  • It’s waterproof! Or so as they say and illustrated in their Amazon listing. It’s a plus on top of my weatherproof backpack.
  • The dividers can be adjusted however you like. They can also be removed partially or entirely.
  • It has a handle which you can use to easily pull the insert out from your main bag.

The Cons

  • The sleeves on the inside of the cover are useful if whatever you put in there is snug. However, if you close the cover quick enough, anything non-snug can come flying. Say if you had a tripod plate and one of your lenses didn’t have a cover to protect the glass, it will potentially be scratched up. **Luckily, there’s an easy hack fix to the loose sleeves as I’ve illustrated in the photo above. Since the inside of the cover works with velcro, all I did was slapped on two pieces of Velcro strips and wala! You now have fuzzy functional latching mechanisms.**
  • The padding keeps your gear from getting scratched, but it’ll probably not prevent breaks from unintentional drops. It just feels like the stuff you would get from a brand new TV.

The Verdict

Overall, it’s a decent functioning insert and should be treated as such. Your gear will be protected as long you’re not aggressively chucking your bag around. I would buy an extra just to be able to swap different sets of equipment.

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Thank you and happy shooting!

– Bing

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