Designing the perfect camera cases involves a good deal of insight. After all, this isn't just a tote you are selecting because it has a snazzy color scheme. A high-quality camera case protects potentially thousands of dollars of equipment.
A serious photographer may want to look for the following accessories for their half-leather cases:
Sturdy construction – Today's camera cases offer so many different options for this. Choose a hard plastic case on wheels if you travel often with your equipment. A canvas case is ideal for toting equipment around town. Consider an equipment belt if you need to have a variety of different lenses at the ready.
Comfortable straps – This may seem like a given, but you may be surprised to learn that this is where many camera bag manufacturers scrimp. To really get an idea of how much a shoulder strap can improve your comfort, imagine holding your camera and all your accessories for hours. Look for a strap that is made of thick foam or that includes a gel insert.
Practicality – The best-looking camera bag will quickly become redundant if it does not match your needs. Make sure all those inner pockets actually fit your lenses, and if you plan to travel often with your equipment, don't forget to ask about the maximum load of the camera cases you are considering for purchase.