New camera backpacks provide form and function
on Monday,September 20,2010 14:09
Those who enjoy travel or nature photography may have a backpack specifically for their camera. These bags often protect cameras from moisture, heat and other types of damage.
In an effort to improve upon current camera backpacks, the Hama Daytour series features two new models of these convenient travel companions. Both versions provide support when taking photos, and offer direct access to the camera from above.
The Daytour Backpack 230 is the larger of the two and comes with a storable tripod bag. There is space for between eight and 11 additional lenses, a flash and other accessories.
The backpack also has a fold-out cover with pockets marked in different colors for full and empty memory cards, and cleaning cloth.
The inside compartments were designed for batteries and filters. The interior hook-and-loop connectors also allow for carrying a mixture of photo equipment and personal items.
The bag's exterior features two large elastic side pockets, which hold a rain cover. The rubberised, water-resistant base protect the sensitive equipment from moisture.
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