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Peak Design Launches the ‘Three in One’ Field Pouch V2

Peak Design has updated its Field Pouch that it says is three bags in one: an organizer for a larger bag, a small walk-around essentials satchel, and a belt-mountable waist carry bag. The weatherproof nylon canvas shell on the outside keeps the interior -- wrapped in soft felt -- safe.

Moment Unveils New Rugged Slings, A Step Into Bags for Larger Cameras

Moment started as a company that designed high-quality lenses for smartphones, but the startup is quickly becoming a general brand that outfits photographers and filmmakers with everything from straps to filters to bags. Now the company is stepping into the world of bags for full-size cameras with the launch of its new Rugged Camera Sling.

A Photographer’s Review of the Peak Design Everyday Sling

First of all I just want to say this: Peak Design got the name of the Everyday Sling wrong. This bag isn't the Everyday Sling, it's the Everything Sling because this bag literally does everything I would ever possibly need to do when I'm going out.

The Cheapest DIY Camera Stabilizer Might Be a Shopping Bag

Here's a neat, simple, and cheap little trick that'll help you get smooth footage when shooting video or a hyperlapse with your DSLR. If you don't have the money or the need to pony up for a serious stabilization system, try using a shopping bag instead!

The CAMSLINGER Streetomatic is a Hip Camera Bag With Quick Access

German photography accessory company COSYSPEED has just introduced their latest creation on IndieGoGo. The CAMSLINGER Streetomatic is a sling strap and camera bag for mirrorless cameras, DSLRs, and superzooms. Aimed to rest comfortably on your outer thigh, the CAMSLINGER promises one-handed operation while protecting against rain, bumps, and dust.

Review: Peak Design’s Everyday Messenger Bag is Both Sexy and Smart

The Everyday Messenger bag is Peak Design’s latest product to make a debut on Kickstarter, and it has blown past its $100,000 goal and raised over $2.2 million so far. Designed with the help of photographer Trey Ratcliff, the bag aims to fulfill the “workflows of photographers, creative, travelers, and commuters." We got our hands on the world's first pre-production sample bag, and today we'll be taking a closer look at it.