Choosing Domke Bags
Domke creates bags specifically for cameras and general photography equipment. There are many different options, so you can choose a bag that fits your unique needs and gear.
Advantages of Domke Bags
Domke bags are durable and well made, featuring options such as waterproof materials and helpful dividers that organize your equipment. With these features, you won't have to continue to replace your bags, as Domke products can last a lifetime.
Types of Domke Bags
Domke makes a variety of bags, including shoulder bags, pouches, satchels, and more. Choose the best design to accommodate your shooting style.
Shoulder bags can hold and organize your camera and multiple lenses, with convenient dividers on the inside. Canvas shoulder bags are water-resistant and highly durable, which safeguards your camera against the elements. Because of the soft canvas construction, these bags are also very comfortable to carry against your body. Larger Domke shoulder bags can carry multiple cameras, and various sizes and models are available.
If you're carrying a small point-and-shoot camera with no additional lenses or accessories, Domke belt pouches will work well for you. Attach these bags to your belt or connect them to your bag with O-rings. Place them in a convenient location, and you can easily access extra camera batteries, your phone, or your compact camera with these weather-repellent canvas pouches.
Satchels and Messenger Bags
Satchel shoulder bags are quite versatile and ideal for journalists and reporters. They can carry laptops, cameras, photography accessories and paperwork, helping you keep all your essential items organized in one place. Waterproof cotton canvas and a gripper shoulder strap make these Domke satchels comfortable and durable.
Most Domke tripod bags feature lightweight, water-resistant, breathable cotton to protect your tripods from the elements. A nonslip gripper strap helps keep the tripod head elevated at all times, which makes it easier to transport.
Domke offers lens bags for transporting a long lens which is attached to a camera. With added padding, you can store your camera and long lens vertically for quick access and adequate protection.