Shimano Trench Deluxe Camera Bag
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- Barrow Fitting
- Extreme Internal Padding
- Watertight Storm Flap Lid with Compression Straps for Tripod etc
- 2 Fold Flat Side Pockets
- 12 Elasticated Loops for Lenses, Flashes etc
- Internal Mesh Pocket for Memory Cards, Batteries etc
Conceived in 1921, Shimano started business as a bicycle gear manufacture, but in the 1970s it broke into the fishing industry, bring its knowledge of gears, offering anglers amazing reels. 50 years later the company has evolved, still producing products from both cyclists and anglers. Shimano now has an impressive range of carp luggage to hold and protect your Shimano tackle!
For many anglers, the treasure of taking a photograph away with you from your fishing session of a trophy catch is what makes the hours of the end of waiting in that fishing chair worth it. So for that reason, the last thing you want when you’re out on the bank is an accident that ends up damaging your camera! The Shimano Trench Deluce Camera Bag ensures that your camera arrives to the bankside in one piece and fully working order so you never miss the opportunity to snap a shot of your proud capture!
Fitted with a watertight storm flap, you can rest assured that your expensive SLR camera is completely protected while you make your way out to the swim. If you’re carrying a tripod, you’ll find the compression straps on this camera bag really come into their own, keeping your hands free while ensuring you’re ready for anything.
The Shimano Trench Deluxe camera bag features 12 elasticated loops for safely securing your lenses, flashes, and other removable accessories, while extreme internal padding offers complete protection for the camera itself. The bag also sports two fold flat side panels ensure your camera and accessories are completely covered, while an internal mesh pocket provides handy storage for spare batteries and memory cards.
With most anglers, and certainly almost all keen carpers, taking photographs on a professional set up, rather than just a point, shoot, and hope for the best option, there can be a lot of delicate pieces that all need to be individually protected, to ensure you’re ready to shoot whenever your new PB chooses to grace your landing net. An organised camera bag may be just what is needed, after all a camera with a dead battery is no use so a bag that stores a spare battery or a recharging option is perfect.