When you want to shoot without the full bag on your back, you can keep a few lenses and accessories protected with a small pouch or wrap
Published October 7, 2008
There are times when no gadget bag will do. When you’re out shooting with one D-SLR and two zooms, a bag can just get in the way. Even so, it’s still important to protect the lens that’s not on your camera. That’s when you reach for a wrap or a floppy case.
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