Camera backpack for hiking all day?

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Thanks for all the responses lads. Gonna sit down later all, go through them all and have a look at all the bags recommended. I'm thankful I've got a bag i can use for local work whilst I look at bags, along with getting back into things in 2021!
 
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Thanks for all the responses lads. Gonna sit down later all, go through them all and have a look at all the bags recommended. I'm thankful I've got a bag i can use for local work whilst I look at bags, along with getting back into things in 2021!
Have you found anything yet?
 
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Have you found anything yet?
Well, without sounding too... woe is me, I've had some ongoing health issues to start 2021 well.... So much so that my camera has been sat in its bag, untouched, and I haven't looked at bags, or tripods, or lenses (was considering something for my upcoming birthday), however as I have seen another specialist today, I kind of feel that getting out with my camera could be exactly what I need... so I will be spending tomorrow night researching! Time to finally take control and not be dictated too by ill health, if I can.
 
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Finally got round to looking, and I really like the look of this, plus an insert (Not idea what insert, I'm not too knowledgeable on them!)

 
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Check out the Deuter Trail Pro line too. The access to the main compartment is both from the top and the front - which zips open all round. It’s really handy for getting to an insert, rather than having to pull everything out from the top lid. I have the 30 litre version and wish I’d opted for the 36 as it’s a little tight for the insert, although I could get away with a smaller insert. It’s a really comfortable pack too. I also have a Jack Wolfskin (Highland Trail I think) pack which opens the same - from the top and front access. This one is 50 litre and carries more than enough for a full day out. Again a comfortable pack.
 
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Check out the Deuter Trail Pro line too. The access to the main compartment is both from the top and the front - which zips open all round. It’s really handy for getting to an insert, rather than having to pull everything out from the top lid. I have the 30 litre version and wish I’d opted for the 36 as it’s a little tight for the insert, although I could get away with a smaller insert. It’s a really comfortable pack too. I also have a Jack Wolfskin (Highland Trail I think) pack which opens the same - from the top and front access. This one is 50 litre and carries more than enough for a full day out. Again a comfortable pack.
Thanks mate, I'll have a look at that later. Just out of interest, what insert do you use? And what does it hold?
 
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