Moderators, if this isn't the right forum, please feel free to move it. Hey all! I'm looking for some suggestions from the collective wisdom here. I've searched through the various sub-forums and I don't find much about carrying camera gear. Well, not much beyond the Pelican top box or tank bag for the DSLR or the lanyard and pocket method for the point and shoots. Myself, I enjoy shooting somewhat bulkier gear. Yes, that's a 4x5 press camera, a Minolta TLR, and the various bits of life support gear and consumables. I've got the system pared down to pretty much a bare minimum. As for just the Minolta kit, it a light meter, cable release, tripod, film and a couple filters and we're cooking with gas. It's remarkably small! The whole thing packs down like this. I don't know HOW many times, either on a day trip or bike expedition that I've bemoaned the lack of my favourite gear! I know that the camera you have with you is better than the one you leave at home, but there are still limitations to cell phone cameras and point shoots. So, short of stuffing the whole thing in a dry bag and using a spider web of bungees and rope, how would the collective suggest carrying the gear? I've been thinking about a different camera bag that would fit in one of the panniers, but that would take space away from other equipment for the camping trips. As an aside, anyone else use highly archaic gear on your motorcycle trips? Thanks all!