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Steve Huff shares important insight into THREE NEW CAMERA BAGS; Wotancraft, Tenba and Blackforest bags!

June 07, 2018 0 Comments

Steve Huff shares important insight into THREE NEW CAMERA BAGS; Wotancraft, Tenba and Blackforest bags!

Its always good to take advice and suggestions from more experienced people in any work we do. As developers and design heads of camera bags, we are trying to push our boundaries with better materials, innovation and improving functionality of our bags. We have been very grateful to have gotten in touch with Steve Huff who has always given a very genuine feedback which matters if you are progressive.

Best camera messenger bag

It does take a lot of time and energy though. But its necessary. After launching two camera messenger bag styles, we had a lot of requests for something smaller where a mirrorless system can easily fit in and also the smaller body cameras with a lens or two.

What we have created is something so timeless which is attributed to its minimalist appearance.

Curating the right shades of waxed cotton canvas which is protective, very subtle, elegant in feel and looks and forms the structure of the bag supremely well. A lot of elements go into preparing a bag for a camera and we had it just right.

To add a touch of vibrance to the leather version, we have used a luxe cherry red shade of cotton twill premium grade fabric which complements it in every aspect. 

There is a certain function any camera bag must do, protect the gear and not break apart. The K2, small camera messenger bag just ticks all the boxes right for those who need well made, durable, stylish, minimalist camera bag which can go around the world with them.

We are sharing below the review link where Steve Huff gives important insight into three new camera bags he has received for his feedback. We loved the Tenba Roadie Roller and the Wotancraft Commander Backpack as well.

Click here to view the complete review by Steve Huff.