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Vanguard VEO 34M Shoulder Bag Review

We take a look at Vanguard's new VEO GO 34M shoulder bag, which is capable of housing the VEO 2GO 235 range of tripods.

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Quick Verdict

The Vanguard VEO GO 34M is a compact shoulder bag offering space for a mirrorless camera and 2 extra lenses as well as internal storage for a tripod (selected models). It's well made, easily adaptable and comes with a built-in rain cover. The price may put some off, but it's a well-padded camera bag that offers security and easy access in one.

+ Pros

  • Holds a VEO 2GO tripod internally
  • Quick-access zip on top
  • Well padded
  • Rugged base material

- Cons

  • Not much room for personal effects
  • Price


The Vanguard VEO GO 34M is the largest shoulder bag in the VEO GO range - 24M and 15M models are also available. It comes in khaki green or black and is designed for mirrorless cameras. The 34M model can hold a mirrorless camera with lens attached and 2-3 extra lenses. Rucksack versions in 2 different sizes are also available in the VEO GO range. The VEO GO 34M retails at £69.99. Here, we see how it performs. 

Vanguard VEO GO 34M Features

The VEO GO 34M is a lightweight bag which has a built-in rain cover which can be accessed through a double-zipped pocket on the rear. There's a luggage strap allowing you to slide the bag onto a rolling suitcase handle when travelling with lots of luggage, which velcros in the middle for extra security.



On the top of the bag is a zip allowing quick access to the camera kit, and around the sides of this to the rear is a double zip giving full access. There are two clips to the front of the bag and undoing these gives access to the padded tablet pocket on the front, which also has stationery pockets inside.

There's a carry handle on the back, and a couple of metal hooks on the front of the bag for attaching small personal effects. The bag is split into two halves - the upper half for the kit and the lower half, which is designed to house a small travel tripod, specifically those from the VEO 2GO range. This is accessed via a side zip.



There's an adjustable shoulder strap featuring a memory foam pad for comfort. The bag can be worn across the body, or over one shoulder.

Key Features

  • Holds a mirrorless camera with lens and 2-3 extra lenses/accessories
  • Dedicated tripod compartment
  • Padded adjustable shoulder strap
  • Rain cover included
  • Space for a 9.7-inch tablet
  • Quick access top zip


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