National Geographic NG W2021 holster review
Review Date : Mon, 3 Aug 2009
Author : Nigel Atherton
There are several reasons why you may choose a smaller bridge or superzoom camera, compared to a DSLR...
|Pros:||Eco material, convenient size|
|Cons:||Price too much for small pouch|
There are several reasons why you may choose a smaller bridge or superzoom camera, compared to a DSLR. The main overriding reason is the portability - the large focal range saves space of the three or four lenses a DSLR combination would facilitate.
However, chances are you'll still want a bag of sorts for your superzoom or bridge camera, and if this is the case and you're looking for a bag for it, the National Geographic NG W2021 Holster could be just the thing.
Made from National Geographic's smart new grey cotton fabric, it comprises a padded main zippered central compartment and smaller front zip pocket both protected by a cover flap with a Velcro fastener.
The shoulder strap is adjustable but not removable, and there's also a grab handle and D ring.
The bag also comes with a foldable plastic rain cover-cum-shower cap to keep it dry in the rain - a feature which is often overlooked by bag manufacturers. N
ational Geographic bags are made from soft eco-friendly materials, fitting with the enviromental ethos of the company and you get a five-year warranty too. The only downside is the price.
Available from www.supporttheexperience.com