We were wondering what the Haukland community packs into their Haukland x EVOC photo backpack. The interior can accommodate 1 camera with a small telephoto lens and, for example, 4 other lenses. The arrangement can also be adjusted individually to your needs via velcro compartments.
The Haukland x EVOC Photo Backpack is perfect for landscape photographers who have to hike longer distances. With a capacity of 18 liters, the backpack has an optimal size and layout to carry both the camera equipment, as well as a jacket, food and water. Compact and comfortable is the motto.
Today Natascha Kähler (Instagram @n2k.design.photo & @n2k.photo.landscape) shows us how she packs her Haukland photo backpack.
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I use the backpack when I am traveling, hiking or on photo trips. Accordingly, I'll pack it as follows:
- Canon EOS R
- Canon RF 15-35 mm F2.8L IS USM
- Canon EF 100 mm F2.8 Macro IS USM
- Tamron 100-400 mm F4.5-6.3
- Canon EF-EOS R adapter
- Haukland Camera Bag
- MacBook Pro 13“
- Filter holder with polarizing filter + various ND and graduated filters (formerly Nisi, now from #jaworskyj)
- #jaworskyj Carbon Tripod
- tripod changing plate
- spare canon batteries
- SanDisc SD cards
- Canon remote trigger
- Camera and filter cleaning kit + spare microfiber cloths
I am 31, and a photographer from Rheinhessen. I mainly specialize in creative and unconventional photography, e.g. fancy make-ups in cooperation with my make-up artist, composings, action shoots with, for example, Holi colors, smoke bombs or water - everything that is more than a simple portrait. 😊
In addition, I'm often on the road and travel a lot, doing landscape photography. I got the Haukland backpack especially for this purpose. The backpack is very comfortable, you can wear it on longer trips, even if it's fully packed. I also think it's great that the equipment sits theft-proof on my back. It also has protected my equipment well in Iceland's bad weather or under waterfalls. I would recommend it at any time. 😊
All photos © Natascha Kähler