Raising Memories: The Bellbrook Backpack by Johansen Camera Bags
  

Monday, April 20, 2015

The Bellbrook Backpack by Johansen Camera Bags

I am not really a purse person. Let me rephrase that... I'm not big on buying purses. I do love to look at them and think about getting them, but I can't tell you the last time I gave myself permission to buy one. I just tell myself that if my purse is still functioning, I don't need another one.

Then along came purse-style camera bags, and well... I've found a bit of a passion there. I have a few.. and I love to see what new designs are coming out. Johansen Camera Bags (also known as Jo Totes) have come out with some new bags! One of those is backpack-style which is totally new for their line and pretty exciting!

Johansen Camera Bags Belbrook Review by www.RaisingMemories.com

I made a video review of the bag (more of a first impressions review since I haven't actually used it yet) to share with you. Bonus points to anyone who can successfully tally the number of times that I say "kinda" in this video!! haha





More Camera Bag Reviews:

Jo Totes Siena

Jo Totes Gracie

Jo Totes Abby

Jo Totes Missy

Jo Totes Millie

Kelly Moore B-Hobo.


Disclosure: Product was provided for review purposes. As usual, all opinions shared are honest & my own.

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17 comments:

  1. I am constantly struggling to find the perfect camera bag - especially one that doesn't look like a camera bag! I find so many of them are bulky and chunky but this looks a bit more streamlined.

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    1. Totally. The other Jo Totes bags are awesome for not looking like camera bags, too. If you haven't already, you should check them out!

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  2. Don't laugh, but I still don't have a REAL camera yet. I've been holding out until I find the perfect one. Any recommendations? When I do get myself a DSLR, I'll be looking into this camera bag.

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    1. Not laughing at all! I am loving my Nikon D3300- it's awesome if you're starting out with your first DSLR, too. Although I have a more advanced DSLR, I continue to turn to the D3300 because it's lighter and smaller and usually does what I need! So, I would totally recommend that one. My first DSLR was a Canon Rebel, and I don't think you can go wrong starting with one of those either.

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  3. I need a decent camera bag. I have been looking at Jo Totes for a while. I really like how they are stylish and yet, still practical.

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    1. I definitely recommend them- they last well and they have a lot of different sizes and styles to fit what different people are looking for.

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  4. This looks like a great bag. Nice video review. I have been looking for one for a while now myself.

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  5. I love that bag. It's so much more stylish than my big clunky one that I have.

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    1. Once you get a "nice" camera bag (meant to look like something other than the typical camera bag), you won't look back! :) (I sure haven't ;)

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  6. Now if we could just find the perfect purse/camerabag/diaper bag combo... we'd have it made!

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  7. I need a camera bag too! This looks terrific. I never know how to carry around my big camera and the other things I might need.

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  8. Hi, As it has been a while I was just wondering what your thoughts on this bag are now? I am considering getting one but just wondered whether you still liked it? Thanks

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    1. I do still like it, in fact I used it last weekend for a little trip we took. :)

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  9. Where did you get your padded camera straps

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    1. The grey & white chevron one with the turquoise minky on the other side is from Phat Straps! :)

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~Heather Lynne

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