Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Billingham Camera Bags

A good camera bag is an important accessory for a photographer and can be a vital component in protecting valuable gear.  One of the best names in the industry is the UK based camera bag manufacturer, Billingham.  Their camera bags are handcrafted from the highest quality materials available, and they are designed to meet the precise needs of photographers.  Click on the name of the product underneath the image to go straight to the listing.  



The Packington model features a robust khaki canvas construction, top grain tan leather trim and solid brass fittings.  Not only is the Packington a stylish and durable option for carrying camera equipment, it doubles as a spacious travel bag.  It can hold a laptop and an assortment of other items.  The bottom of the bag is fitted with four brass feet to protect the bag when placed on the ground, and the waterproof top flap offers added protection from inclement weather.  Every detail of the bag is designed in such a manner to provide the maximum amount of comfort, ease of use and protection.    



Similar to the Packington, the 225 model features a robust khaki canvas construction, top grain tan leather trim and solid brass fittings.  The camera bag has deep, soft compartments to keep valuable camera gear safe and dry.  The high quality materials used to create the bags are designed to mold to the body, working to ease the burden of carrying heavy camera equipment.  The double handles make the bag easy to grab and go no matter if it is open or closed.  The quick release buckles allow easy access to the bag contents, and securely holds the waterproof flap in place when not in use.

With their functional, durable and attractive design, Billingham camera bags are a great option for protecting expensive camera equipment.  While they may be on the pricey side, the quality materials, robust construction and excellent ergonomic design that goes into every handcrafted Billingham bag is quite impressive.  The Billingham designers work with the sturdiest, most comfortable and most waterproof materials available to make certain that a photographer's valuable photographic equipment will be safe and secure.    
~L.M.  

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