Gear Review – The new Tom Bihn Camera Insert

I recently had the great pleasure of acquiring an amazing new piece of gear. For ages we’ve carried around SEVERAL bags to shoots, always scrambling to find bits an pieces of what we need tucked here and there. I can’t even tell you how many times a lens cap or battery has gone missing. That’s why I am so excited that Tom Bihn has officially entered the camera bag market. We were first introduced to this bag maker when we were searching for the perfect bags to take on our Europe trip. We ended up getting a couple of the Tom Bihn Aeronaut bags and LOVED them. I have kept a close eye on what Tom Bihn has been doing ever since. So, I will be doing a full video review of these bags and the new AMAZING ‘Camera Insert’ in the near future. The camera insert is a simple, genius and modular solution. It basically lets you create a custom camera bag system to fit your needs. Below is a quick “what’s in my bag” shot of the insert paired with my Tom Bihn Brain Bag backpack, love it! The camera insert securely holds your camera bodies and lenses and then slides into the backpack. Tom Bihn also has a great assortment of smaller bags and pouches that keep everything nice and organized. I was lucky to get my hands on one before they hit the market. Stay tuned for more info and a video review!tom bihn camera io


  • Nick - Wondering if you ever did a video review of the Brain Bag and accessories. I’ve been scouting the product for a while with a similar DSLR package in mind. Would love to see it work in real time.



  • Wyatt - Wondering how the last year has gone with the camer I/o?!?
    Burgeoning wedding photog myself and really interested in this system… Have you traveled with the I/O and the aeronaut..? Thanks for any insight and hope is has been going well!ReplyCancel

  • Marty Paoletta - Nice bag!

    I am an architectural/interior photographer and love to do travel photography on the side.

    My wife and I travel to Peru at least once a year. There is so much to photograph! Problem is the camera bag has always been an issue.

    We like to go native and travel in taxis, buses, and on foot. Ergo the small back pack. I find that I could use three to four different lenses, but I can’t carry much in my current small bag, maybe two lenses at best.

    Thanks for the article!
    Marty Paoletta
    Pro Media ToursReplyCancel

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