As other of my threads show I want to start doing photography which involves me staying out for the night. I also am getting a Benro c257 tripod so it's lighter than my Redsnapper and with ball head will be around 600-800G lighter, which on hikes I think would be a lot when hiking and carrying other stuff.
I have a Flipside 300, which is great for days out. I also have Vertex 200, but hardly used that and I think it's too bulky to take on hikes - especially with a tripod that is quite far away from my back. Vertex 200 is pretty much a box.
I have read that Osprey do great backpacks such as the Atmos 50 and others. I am looking into these and looked at various videos, but not seen one packed with a DSLR yet.
I would take:
1 lens - 24-70
Filters and accessories
I would also like to take:
Tent of around 2KG
mat and sleeping bag
Some water and a little bit of food.
A bit of clothing
There's the Atmos version, Kestral and others. I am also over 6ft tall and in decent shape, but still would like something light as possible but also good harness system to distribute the weight. Of course, water protection is essential too with DSLR in backpack.
I also aim to do a few days around Spain and maybe do the camping route there though I might just stay in hotel I am not sure yet, but for now I am looking at places here in the UK like Scotland and Lake District for a night or two maximum.
Is there any packs for the camera gear to sit in like pads etc for the bag
Should I also get a Toploader 55 which are about £22 on Amazon, and attach that to the front of the bag somehow - seen that in pics. Thus, leaving the rucksack for camping gear etc.