Manfrotto Has a New Camera Bag Collection for City-Dwelling Photographers

Manfrotto Has a New Camera Bag Collection for City-Dwelling Photographers

Manfrotto’s new Manhattan line of camera bags are feature-rich and highly adaptable based on what’s in your kit. As lifestyle bags for the city, presentation and durability are also key elements in their design. Here’s a closer look at the three introductory options of the Manhattan collection, the Mover-50 backpack, the Speedy-10 messenger, and the Changer-20 shoulder bag.

The Manhattan bags have an exterior that is water-resistant with a coated material on the bottom side that can be wiped clean. They use resistant ballistic fabric with premium zippers and pulls. All three come with an removable rain hood that can be deployed during inclement weather on your commute.

Each bag has padded media compartments, hidden pockets, and straps for securing travel-sized tripods or other items. The new Flexy Camera Shell removable insert is used to store your camera kit in the bags and are secured by Velcro straps.

Manhattan Changer-20 Camera Shoulder Bag

  • Three-way bag: shoulder sling, tote bag, and backpack.
  • Fits DSLR with 70–200mm f/2.8 lens attached plus two additional lenses.
  • Fits 15-inch laptop and iPad Pro 9.7-inch tablet in dedicated compartment.
  • Many pockets for personal belongings.
  • Priced at $119.99, available now.

Manhattan Mover-50 Camera Backpack

  • Fits DSLR with 70–200mm f/2.8 lens attached plus four additional lenses, flash, and compact system camera with lens.
  • Fits 15-inch laptop and iPad Pro 9.7-inch tablet in dedicated compartment.
  • Back and top access design.
  • Priced at $159.99, available now.

Manhattan Speedy-10 Camera Messenger

  • Fits DSLR with regular lens attached plus two additional lenses.
  • Fits 12-inch laptop and iPad Pro 9.7-inch tablet in dedicated compartment.
  • Features a chest strap for added stabilization and doubles as a trolley strap.
  • Priced at $99.99, available now.
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I like they are stylish and not costing an arm and leg that everyone else seems to think they could charge.