What better to buy a gadget fiend this Christmas than a nifty accessory for their phone, laptop or camera?
Lowepro's latest additions to its lineup of all-weather camera bags.
San Francisco-based bag maker Timbuk2 is now finally offering its own camera bag solution that holds your camera gear while looking the same as one of the company's standard messenger bags.
There's something reassuringly boring about camera cases, with their black weatherproof fabric and chunky zips. Seeing a gap in the market for something a little more stylish, Lowepro's Luxe range attempts to redress the balance.
Facebook fans of Lowepro get first glimpse of new camera bags.
So you got a new snapshot camera, eh? Here's a quick list of essentials you should consider getting more sooner than later.
Made entirely from pure new wool felt and selected Nappa leather, this protective sleeve from Hard Graft has a strip on the outside so you can slip your hand through it to hold the case while you shoot.
Although it's a solid backpack for toting some pro gear and a large laptop, the Lowepro Fastpack 250's design still has a few rough edges.
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To celebrate its 40th anniversary, camera bag manufacturer Lowepro has announced the release of a backpack which allows you to both shoot and protect polar bears at the same time.
A solid, compact backpack, the Lowepro Fastpack 100 lets you carry a dSLR and a lens or two, plus some personal items in comfort.