Tuesday, December 13, 2016

New-Photo Gear Gifts from Tenba

Gifting a photographer can be a challenge, especially with so many options to fit different gear and varied tastes. The following camera bags make great gifts for every photographer on your list – from casual to expert. 
For the traveler: BYOB (Bring Your Own Bag) and Packlite Travel Bag - Tenba’s BYOB Camera Insert is the best way to convert any purse or bag into a secure camera bag. BYOB padded camera inserts also fit inside Tenba’s Packlite Travel Bags, the world's first packable, self-stowing camera bag. Packlite bags can be easily stored inside larger camera bags, backpacks and rolling cases, or utilized separately when a smaller bag is desired. 

For the adventurer with varied equipment: The Tenba Shootout 14L ActionPack is the only backpack designed to allow the serious GoPro user to protect and organize a large camera system (up to 4 cameras with tons of accessories), and still work out of the bag while on a bike or snowboard or involved in any kind of outdoor sports activity.

For the fashion-conscious photographer: Tenba Switch camera bags feature changeable flaps so you can go from a black bag to blue, pink or camouflage just by unzipping the top cover and adding a new one. They are tough camera bags disguised as fashion bags – each bag features a series of pockets specifically designed to carry and protect equipment. 

For the photographer with sophisticated style: Tenba’s Cooper collection offers classic messenger style bags with soft, water-repellent cotton canvas and leather trim. Cooper bags come in four sizes to fit everything from mirrorless/csc/rangefinder cameras with an iPad mini, up to large DSLRs with a 15-inch laptop.

For a stocking stuffer: The Reload CF 6 memory card wallet carries up to 6 CF cards, and it has a hook and loop to attach to a belt, shoulder strap or backpack harness straps to keep memory cards close at hand. Tenba's unique angled pockets make it easy to remove cards quickly, and the included security cable attaches to a D-ring on a bag or tripod for safety. A clear pocket on the back provides storage for business cards.

Check out the Tenba site for more info!

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