Posts Tagged ‘Camera Bag’

The Crumpler Camera Bag Series | The Haven

August 17th, 2014 in Other Great Stuff, Product NewsNo Comments

The Haven Crumpler Camera Bag

Love photography but loathe lugging around a dedicated camera bag? Keep your gear in The Haven,  a very handy Crumpler camera bag.

Working like a portable padded protector for all things photographic, the Crumpler Haven camera bag instantly turns any bag into a camera bag and back again with pick up, plonk down ease. Available in three sizes, the small Crumpler Haven (S) suits a Compact System Camera, the medium Crumpler Haven (M) is designed to hold a DSLR twin lens kit and the large Crumpler Haven (L) is designed to fit a DSLR twin lens kit and flash or a full frame body and lens. If you’re after a camera bag that offers simplicity along with durability, then The Haven is definitely one Crumpler camera bag that’s worth checking out.

Shop The Haven and other great Crumpler camera bags at Rushfaster.

Crumpler Camera Bags | For People Who Know How To Live

July 2nd, 2014 in Other Great Stuff, Product NewsNo Comments

Crumpler Camera Bags

Since their inception in 1992, the principles behind the Crumpler pattern have remained the same – simplicity, a willingness to experiment, original design, and a determination to make the best bags possible for ‘people who know how to live’.

Considering that ‘people who know how to live’ often carry a camera with them wherever they go, it’s no surprise that Crumpler place a strong focus on their camera bags. Crumpler’s camera bag range offers styles that are not only built for photographers, but photographers that are also adventurers, riders, designers, makers, thinkers and doers. A Crumpler camera bag will not only assist in giving your gear the best protection possible, but it will do so at the same time as offering a markedly pleasing aesthetic, and an incredibly clean finish. And what more could you want in a camera bag?

 

Crumpler Camera Bags EXTREME PROTECTION

The precious digital things you carry are as important to Crumpler as they are to you, so it’s safe to say that are Crumpler camera bag is going to be your cameras best friend when it comes to durability and support. Where techno-porting is concerned, each of their specially designed camera bags will cushion shock and protect from inclement weather or spills, giving you the peace of mind that your cameras, laptops and tablets are safe and sound. Need extra assurance? Crumpler back all this up with their famous lifetime warranty.

Crumpler Camera Bags

SUPREME ORGANISATION

Crumpler are photographers that make bags for anyone that needs to carry and use camera gear while being organised at the same time. Everything is considered and thought out meticulously when a Crumpler camera bag is designed. No superfluous features, only useful and justified carry solutions. This ensures that there is a camera bag in their range that suits every level photographer needing to carry, protect and have quick access to their specific gear.

Crumpler Camera Bags

BUILT TOUGH FOR ALL CONDITIONS

Being Melbourne bred, the guys at Crumpler know the need to be prepared for a solid, unexpected drenching. Each Crumpler camera bag is made fit for purpose, and all fabrics used have a weatherproof coating – including the lining. If it claims to be weatherproof, rest assured it’s a hard-earned title.

Looking for a new camera bag? Try a Crumpler camera bag! Shop the full range of a Crumpler bags at Rushfaster.

Customer Review: Incase Toploading DSLR Case

May 22nd, 2014 in Product ReviewsNo Comments

San Francisco based tech-lifestyle bag designers Incase make bags that run the excruciatingly fine line of form/function like nobody else in their category does (in our opinion). We love the thoughtfulness that goes into their product features and functionality, which paired with a minimal design aesthetic, complements both the electronic devices we use on a day to day basis, as well as our own lifestyles perfectly.

Rushfaster customer and professional photographer Ben Allan has sent in this great review of his Incase Toploading DSLR Case, a favourite go-to camera case for photographers of all levels that like extra mobility.

Thanks for sharing your great review & photos Ben! – The Rushfaster Team

Imagine – you’re a photographer out on assignment in a new city. You have your gear neatly squeezed into your Incase DSLR Pro Pack, as well as your lighting roller bag and you’re ready to work. But when you’re finished with work, and its time to play, you don’t want to be carrying around 2 bodies, 5 lenses and lighting gear to explore the city and take a few shots along the way – enter the Incase Toploading DSLR Case (pictured).

The Incase Toploading DSLR Case is minimalist. It’s a simple, single body, single lens carry case that is comfortable to wear, functional and will protect your gear. Like all Incase products, the build quality of this bag is exceptional. The black ‘heathered’ exterior is both durable and classically stylish, and doesn’t show every scuff the bag is likely to get as it is worn on your adventures. The fleece lining on the interior will protect your camera, and it is adequately padded to ensure your gear stays protected.

Something that may seem trivial, but is always important to me, is the length of the shoulder strap, and the Incase DSLR Case has plenty of room to move. I’m no stick creature, and this case was comfortable to wear all day, providing enough length to allow the case to sit close to my hip where it was most comfortable. Functionally, this case is well designed and provides everything you need quickly and easily. The main compartment comes with a divider that can be arranged to accommodate a variety of needs, and will comfortably fit most kit zoom lenses, as well as a speed light or lens hood. Although if you have a professional grade zoom lens this may not be the case for you, as the length of the case won’t allow for a set up any longer than around 8 inches (20cm), so your 70-200mm f2.8 will have to stay at home, as will your battery grip; My D800 with 24 – 120mm f4 fits snuggly, although you wouldn’t want a lens that was any bigger.

The top pocket provides enough room for some essentials; spare batteries, filters, lens cloth and other small objects. A nice little addition is the small front pocket, which I found useful for small documents such as maps and guides while you’re out and about.

So is this your only DSLR case? I’d suggest not – unless you have only one lens and very few accessories. Instead, this case is the perfect companion to a bigger carrying solution. See it perhaps as the little brother to your Incase DSLR Pro Pack (pictured with for comparison), which you take out and about on short trips. It loves outings to the Zoo, a stroll around town, going to the park with your kids and your second cousins niece’s third birthday party.

This is the lightweight, well built and easy to use “just need the camera” case you have been searching for.

The Incase Toploading DSLR Case is available in Black Heather at Rushfaster now.

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Meet The Killer New Booq Python Camera Bag Range

April 15th, 2012 in Product News, Product ReviewsNo Comments

Leading high-end laptop bag producer Booq have just released their brand new range of Booq Python camera bags, and this time, they are focusing specifically on DSLR camera users.

The all new Booq Python camera bag range features four top of the line camera bags in total, each with a different style and size, and capable of holding a different amount of gear, depending on your specific carrying needs.

First off and the smallest of the Python camera bag gang, is the Toploader, a new take on the more traditional style camera bag. The Toploader has ample space for your DSLR (with a decent sized lens attached), and conveniently accessible pockets to stash all the usual bits and bobs you would need while out on a shoot, like your flash memory, phone etc.

Next up, and the other ‘over-the-shoulder’ style bag in the range is the Python Courier. The Courier is built to hold your camera and attached lens, and can also hold up to an additional four additional lenses, plus an iPad. The bag comes loaded with a super protective internal support system, however you can easily remove this if needed and use it as a standard messenger bag for the days you are not shooting.


The only bag from the previous series making a return is the Python Pack. Totally remodelled, and definitely the crown jewel of the range, the Pack has enough room and organisation to hold 1-2 DSLRs, up to 4 mid-size lenses, 1 large zoom lens, a tripod, your iPad and a laptop up to the size of a 15” Macbook Pro. The new model utilises side-loading openings that enable you to access your gear without needing to take the pack off entirely, making this model much more user friendly than its predecessor.


Rounding off the collection is the Python Sling. Similar to the Python Pack in capacity and organisation styling, the sling is a large, single strap bag that is worn across your body, over one shoulder. Like the Pack, it can accommodate 1-2 DSLRs, up to 4 mid-size lenses, 1 large lens (while on the camera) and a tripod, however unlike the pack, the Sling only has space for either an iPad or a laptop up to the size of a 13″ Macbook Air.

The entire new Python camera bag line feature water repellant ballistic nylon exteriors, super-thick padding for protection, and feature the standard Booq bold red lining that helps you find those memory cards that you forgot to pop in their allocated stash pockets!

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Watch The Incase Ari Marcopoulos Camera Bag

October 19th, 2011 in Product NewsNo Comments

Incase have partnered with renowned photographer Ari Marcopoulos to create this LIMITED EDITION camera bag that meets his exacting standards. As a veteran photographer whose work takes him across the globe to a variety of locales and climates, a durable yet comfortable bag is a must. The result of this particular design challenge is a low-profile bag with optimal weather resistance, long-wearing comfort, excellent protection and functional features that allow Ari to access his equipment as quickly as possible, never missing a shot.

View the Incase Ari Marcopoulos Camera Bag