26 Mar Hazard 4 Freelance: Combining Tactical Gear With The Camera Bag
There are a lot of great camera bags out there, but if you’re looking for the most tactical, versatile and easy to maneuver option, you need the Hazard 4 Freelance. This tactical sling is perfectly sized for DSLR’s, as well as mirrorless cameras, and several lenses. Hazard 4 calls it the only tactical camera bag of it’s kind. You can rotate it from back to front for easy access to your gear, without having to take it off, and the movable dividers inside let you organize everything to your liking and for quick access. There are 3 large external pockets for more storage, and a MOLLE covered main strap so you can add more pouches and accessories as you see fit. There’s even a special iPad compartment.
The thermoformed back panel molds itself to your back for a comfortable fit while humping over terrain, and is super soft and breathable, wicking away moisture all day long. The Freelance is also designed to work as a drone bag, and fits such drones as the DJI Mavic Pro.
We like the sling-style Hazard 4 has given the Freelance; it’s similar in design to Maxpedition and their line of ready-for-anything, versatile, lightweight daypacks. Grabbing gear out of it is far easier and simpler than regular backpack-style camera bags, and being able to store both an a tablet and drone in there for long hikes is a handy feature. If you’re bringing your photography gear into tactical situations where only the best, fastest, most-bombproof bag will do, take a look at the Hazard 4 Freelance.