I prefer carbon-fiber tripods because they are very lightweight. This also does not have a center column, which limits the height of the tripod but also allows me to get closer to the ground with the camera.
This is currently my “main” backpack bag. It has enough space to hold all camera gear necessary for landscape or travel photos, and also has a laptop and “miscellaneous” compartment on the front of the bag.
I use this bag primarily when traveling with my underwater gear. I still need to supplement it with another backpack bag to carry all of my gear, but it does a good job of keeping things secured on airplanes and in the trunk of my car.
I use this bag often as a purse, but it also can easily fit one lens (and possibly a camera with lens). It’s a nice option for walking around/street photography when I am using a minimalistic setup and don’t want to carry a backpack.
This bag, designed specifically for females, perfect for when I am hiking or doing landscape photography and don’t need to carry a laptop. It holds plenty of camera gear, plus there is room at the top to stuff a jacket, snacks, etc.