Cam Crate case for the rugged photographer

Hardy case promises to protect your shooter whether you're braving sandstorms, wading through crocodile-infested waters, or navigating dense jungles.

Cam Crate
Matthew Geyster

If Indiana Jones were a photographer and needed a camera case, the Cam Crate would be it.

Whether you're braving sandstorms in the Gobi desert, wading through the crocodile-infested Amazon, or negotiating the dense jungles of Sumatra, this rugged case promises to protect your shooter. It's waterproof, mudproof, crushproof, and even shockproof.

Able to fit most dSLRs, the camera case by product designer Matthew Geyster has a quick-access latch that allows users to quickly open and close the container and features a soft, padded interior. It's made from a hardy composite material and comes with a lifetime warranty, as well as a carry strap.

At the time of writing, this Kickstarter project has 104 backers with 52 days to go. If you want a tough case to protect your precious dSLR from the elements, a $50 (inclusive of shipping) dollar pledge could get you your own Cam Crate.

Cam Crate
Matthew Geyster
(Source: Crave Asia)

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