I would suggest a backpack over a shoulder bad.. as it distributes the weight better if your intending to hike with it for long periods. It doesn't need to be camera only to, i've traveled with it stuffed with everything i need for a week away including cameras!
Ive had my Manfrotto backpack for years and years, and keeps coming in handy.. this is their new version of what i use - https://www.manfrotto.co.uk/pro-light-camera-backpack-3n1-36-for-dslr-c100-dji-phantom
I had the pleasure of meeting Ramesh Raskar (the MIT guy who pioneered the trillion fps camera) back in 2010 and it led me to make this short film exploring what light 'could' look like if you could see it traveling through space.. https://vimeo.com/72720085
Its great to see things are still moving forward with the visualisation of light!
really well shot, it never felt intrusive but just peaking behind the curtain and showing us a world many would never see.
Having had issues with the URSA and URSA mini in the past (both cameras had the sensor banding/noise issue.. which was temperamental and unpredictable ) I really hope they have smoothed out the manufacturing process and upped there QC. The image quality from the URSA cameras is so good, but when they pack in halfway through a commercial its put me off them for a long time..
Im a big fan of my FS5, and having hired in a URSA and URSA mini on projects in the past I would rule them out completely. The investment in CFast cards, V lock batteries and chargers make the costs just sky rocket. The menu system and codec of the URSA is very good, but we had so many problems with unreliable sensors (the fixed pattern noise issue) causing day after day of down time with the camera that I just had to rule it out when looking to invest in kit.
FS5, for me, ticked all the boxes. Run and gun capability, as well as form factor/weight allowing mounting on a Ronin MX, slow mo and 10bit in HD. Its not a 4K camera by any stretch, but the HD is good, and that variable ND built in is just great. Just my 2 cents..