Overview of Custom Camera Bag
Here at Chicken Tramper we have spent years perfecting our ability to make the perfect bag to fit your camera. With a few simple dimensions we are able to make a camera bag that will fit your kit like a glove. Measure your camera carefully and round the dimensions up to the nearest 1/8". Please measure in inches or convert your measurement to inches afterward. Be sure to read all of the information on this page carefully including the 3 slides above outlining the color options and how to measure you camera. We will design and make a bag based off the numbers you input, be sure to understand what is expected of you and please double check your dimensions!
You are able to customize the color, size and attachment style of the bag. Our three attachment options are outlined below. We also offer the option for extra padding (1/4" closed cell foam) and daisy chain on the side panel (future compatible with our upcoming product, The CTUG Lens Bag).
Lead time on Custom Camera Bags is 4-5 months right now.
This product page is best viewed on a computer and not on mobile. It is also best to place an order from a computer and not from a mobile device.
Feel free to email us with any questions regarding your order: Chickentramper@gmail.com
Overview of Attachment System Options
Hip Belt Attachment
The Hip Belt Attachment system involves two lengths of 1" webbing spanning the back panel of the camera bag. The two 1" plastic sliders allow you to wrap this webbing around your backpack hip belt and then secure the webbing back onto the camera bag panel. This system is nearly universal.
Cross Chest Attachment
The Cross Chest Attachment system involves 4 lengths of 5/8" webbing with buckles on one end and static cord/cord lock on the other. These lengths of webbing are attached to your backpack using the static cord/cord lock. The Camera Bag can then be buckled onto and off your chest with plenty of adjustability.
Shoulder Strap Attachment
The Shoulder Strap Attachment system is nearly identical to our other accessory attachment systems. One length of webbing is tacked along the back panel of the camera bag with S clips at the top and bottom. This system can be used on backpacks with and without webbing daisy chain along the backpack strap. This attachment is best for small to medium sized cameras.