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Compagnon – Leather Camera Bag

We are Vitalis and Valentin. We are cousins and companions. Since we were childs we spent a lot of time together – in sports, travelling and photographing. A few years ago we were looking for a camera bag, but not the typical one, more a casual style camera bag. After a long search we were frustrated and started to think about our own camera bag. And today, a long way after these days we are here with our compagnon camera bag. You are a photographer? You love nice looking and functional gear? You love natural tanned leather? You can help us to bring the compagnon story to the next level. A few facts about the bag. The compagnon bag is designed and developed for your daily use. The outer material is buffalo leather that is vegetable tanned without further additions. The compagnon bag has a fully customizable interior compartment for lenses, flashes and all the gear you use. Our leather has that “pull-up” effect, that gives the compagnon bag a patina effect over time, which tells your story of your compagnon bag. The bag is intended for the following equipment (you can, of course, put more or less inside). In the bag are two long and three short pads for a fully customizable interior, so you can customize the bag how you need it.

Compagnon – Leather Camera Bag
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Gadget Flow Rating 9.8/10
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Discovered on Dec 6, 2013, 8:00 am EST
Discovered by Matt Halpin
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