Best iPhone photography gear bags

All you really need for a good iPhone photography gear bag is a well-made, compartmentalized carrying case. If you're looking for something specifically made to store your iPhoneography accessories, though, then here are our favorite options!

Langly Simple Bag Insert

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Even though it's technically an insert for a larger Langly gear bag, the lightweight, compartmentalized, and not massive Simple Bag Insert is a perfect phone photography gear bag. The bag has plenty of individual sections to store small lenses, and the walls can be rearranged to fit other potentially larger accessories, like your tripod, portable lighting, microphone, and more. It also zips up, which keeps your gear secure and not falling out the sides. It also comes in three colors, white (natural), green (forest), and black.

If you think that the Simple Bag Insert is too big for your gear (let's say you only have a couple of lenses), then check out Langly's Memory Cache. Even though it's made for memory cards, certain small lenses can slip into the slots for easy storage.

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Morpho Roll

From the company that brought you the Moment iPhone photography case and lenses comes the Morpho Roll. Unlike some bags that are formulated for DSLRs, but work well with iPhoneography gear, the Morpho Roll is specifically designed for the mobile photographer.

The roll, which is quite sharp looking with its light brown leather accents, is made of rugged canvas and can store between one to three lenses with their individual holsters, depending on which size you pick. This is important because you don't want your lenses bouncing around and into each other because they could shatter or break.

The Morpho Roll is also designed to carry a lens pen, extra mounting plates, phone charging cables, a mini tripod, and memory cards, so you get quite a bit of space for your gear. To store your Morpho, all you need to do is roll it up and secure the leather strap. Easy peasy.

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The ONA Clarendon

Feelin' fancy? Then the Clarendon is for you !

Not only is ONA's Clarendon an unbelievably useful and well-designed iPhoneography case, it's also a beautiful accessory that incorporates elements of modern style and fashion. Handcrafted with premium Italian leather, the Clarendon is designed to safely secure lenses, tripods, cell phones, microphones, and almost everything else you need to shoot on your device.

This structured case is secured with a zipper, so you don't need to worry about anything on the inside falling out like some of the roll-designed bags. The interior of the case features slim pockets, along with strong, thick elastic bands to hold all the gear you need to shoot with. The Clarendon also comes with a detachable wrist strap, so if you're carrying your case around town, it may be mistaken for a fashionable folio rather than a chunky, clunky gear bag.

If you think the Clarendon is too big or too compartmentalized for your gear, check out ONA's North Sound pouch.

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The iPhone Lens Wallet

The iPhone Lens Wallet

Similar to the Morpho roll, Photojojo's iPhone Lens Wallet helps keep your iPhone lenses at the ready with their custom case. A tough nylon outside protects your gear while the soft felt inside protects your lenses from getting scratched or damaged. While it's not the most stylish product, the bright blue in contrast to the faux leather strap is striking.

Unfortunately, if you prefer using lenses that don't work with a magnetized ring, this case is pretty useless. The iPhone Lens Wallet works specifically to secure magnetized lenses with a built-in magnetic strip, so there aren't any pockets or small compartments for organizing your gear, like some of the other bags on this list.

The small pockets that do exist are designed to fit your tripod, telephoto lens, and cellphone (so it isn't completely useless for non-magnetic lenses.)

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TopHome's Wool Camera Bag

Simple, wooly, and wonderful, TopHome's camera messenger bag with its genuine leather accents is not only a beautiful looking piece, but also the perfect place to store your iPhoneography gear.

While the bag was originally designed to fit an iPad Mini, the space and size is pretty awesome to store your smaller tripods, lenses, and gear. The 100% natural wool is also 3-4 millimeters thick, meaning your equipment will be padded and protected no matter what.

You can either take off the straps that come with the bag to store it in a larger gear bag, or carry it around messenger-style for quick access to your phoneography goodies!

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What's your favorite?

While we suggested four cases that rule for mobile photographers, there are probably a couple we missed! What's your favorite case to store your phone photography gear in? Do you prefer a bag, or something different? Let us know in the comments below.

Cella Lao Rousseau

Cella writes for iMore on social and photography. She's a true crime enthusiast, bestselling horror author, lipstick collector, buzzkill, and Sicilian. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram: @hellorousseau