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WaterField Launches Crowd-sourced Camera Bag for DSLR and Mirrorless Cameras


Designed with input from over 1,000 photographers, WaterField Designs' new camera bag keeps expensive camera equipment protected, organized, and accessible in a stylish package that wears comfortably all day.

SAN FRANCISCO, Sep. 30, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- WaterField Designs introduces the Cargo Camera Bag, a gorgeous full-grain leather and ballistic nylon or waxed canvas photography bag to support mirrorless and DSLR camera setups. Designed with input from over 1,000 professional and prosumer photographers, the Cargo Camera Bag's innovative features address their top priorities: gear protection, efficient access, and all-day comfort.

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"The best part about working with customers is that we learn exactly what they want and why," said company owner Gary Waterfield. "For years they have clamored for a camera bag with the 'WaterField look' and quality. They made clear that in photography, timing is everything, so we designed the bag so you'll have quick access to all your critical equipment. Now you'll never miss that perfect shot."

Every innovative detail addresses Community Design participant photographers' needs collected from surveys throughout the prototyping process. The bag's exterior shell and camera+lens insert are padded with high-density foam keeping expensive camera gear protected. The main compartment's diagonal zipper creates an extra-wide opening that allows access to cameras and lenses quickly without hassling with the flap. Angled strap attachments and large D-rings keep the bag stable against the body and allow a wide range of movement, so the bag can be left open during shoots for continual access. The removable camera+lens insert's adaptive, built-in dividers (no dreaded Velcro) fit a myriad of camera and lens combinations and stay quiet on noise-sensitive shoots.

Five interior mesh pockets organize small accessories and keep them visible for easy retrieval. A pleated, zipped pocket on the full-grain leather flap keeps critical items like SD cards and batteries handy, and an open pocket under the flap stows less-frequently needed items like a battery charger or extra flash. WaterField's ultra-comfortable Supreme Shoulder Strap reduces shoulder fatigue and moisture-wicking mesh backing helps keep photographers dry and comfortable out on in the field. Meticulous handcrafted sewing and premium materials combine to create a durable, high-functioning, and resolutely fashionable camera bag worthy of the artists who carry it.

Features
Easy access

Intuitive organization

Ultimate comfort

Peace-of-Mind Protection

Premium Materials and Craftsmanship

Since the company's inception in 1998, WaterField Designs has invited target users' input in its quest to create cases that specifically address their needs. The Cargo Camera Bag supports DSLR and mirrorless camera photographers by granting them quick, organized access to their equipment and by keeping them comfortable on a long day's work.

Availability & Pricing
Cargo Camera Bag

Price: Compact?$389. Full?$399.

Colors and materials: waxed canvas with chocolate brown full-grain leather; 1680 denier black ballistic nylon with full-grain black or chocolate brown leather. YKK waterproof zippers. Rare-earth magnet (secures flap). Magnetic Fidlock® snaps (secures removable camera insert). Metal D-rings and custom metal zipper pulls. Supreme Suspension Strap (included).

Dimensions and weight:
Compact: 10.5 x 7.5 x 4 in. Ballistic nylon: 2 lbs.; waxed canvas 2.2 lbs. Fits 1 to 2 mirrorless camera bodies, or 1 mirrorless camera body and 1 extra lens.
Full: 12.5 x 8.5 x 5 in. Ballistic nylon: 2.5 lbs.; waxed canvas 2.8 lbs. Fits DSLR camera body and 2 extra lenses.

Pre-order with complimentary gift for Community Design participants starts today. General pre-order begins Oct 4. Shipping begins October 21.

About WaterField Designs
WaterField Designs is an innovative San Francisco designer and manufacturer of bags and cases for tech-savvy consumers who want to transport their technology stylishly and responsibly. WaterField manufactures custom-fitted, high-quality cases and bags for a full range of laptop computers, smartphones, tablets, gaming devices, and other digital gear. All products are manufactured to exacting standards entirely in San Francisco. More information at "Our Story."

Media Contact

Heidi Marzke, Waterfield Designs, 4152970088, [email protected]

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SOURCE Waterfield Designs


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