Manfrotto launches stylish Windsor Collection bags
Manfrotto has launched its new Windsor Collection, a series of camera bags including the Windsor Backpack, Windsor Messenger (small and medium sizes) and the Windsor Reporter. All four bags are designed to carry camera gear in ‘flawless style,’ with the backpack being the largest of the bunch and the Messenger S bag being the smallest.
The Manfrotto Windsor Backpack can accommodate a DSLR with an attached 70-200mm F2.8 lens and two extra lenses, as well as a 15" laptop, a tripod (via external leather straps), and various accessories. In contrast, the Windsor Reporter is a shoulder bag large enough for a DSLR with an attached 24-70mm lens and two other lenses.
The Windsor Messenger S, meanwhile, is large enough to hold a compact system camera with a standard lens, according to Manfrotto, plus one or two other lenses, or an entry-level DSLR plus ‘multiple lenses' and a tablet. The medium-sized Messenger can accommodate a medium DSLR with an attached 70-200mm F2.8 lens and two or three other lenses, plus a tablet.
All four bags feature similar styles and materials, including a water repellant coating, the Manfrotto Protection System for protecting gear from bumps and leather trim. All four bags are available now, with the Windsor Backpack priced at $170, the small Windsor Messenger at $120, the medium Messenger $140, and the Windsor Reporter at $130.
Manfrotto Launches Lifestyle Windsor Camera Bags
Four stylish models suitable for different equipment configurations
Upper Saddle River, N.J. (November 17, 2016) – Manfrotto, a leading global innovator and manufacturer of premium photo, video and lighting support products and accessories, announces the launch of the Manfrotto Windsor Collection, a stylish addition to their Lifestyle camera bag offering. The Windsor Collection features genuine leather trim, premium water-repellent fabric and metal details. The interior of each model is enhanced with a tartan pattern lining. This collection was designed for photographers who enjoy traveling in comfort while having their equipment within easy reach.
- Superb quality photography carrying solutions
- Carry gear safely, comfortably and in timeless style on field trips
- A variety of models to hold different equipment configurations
- The perfect bags to explore with – even when not taking pictures
The new Collection caters to a variety of photographic styles:
The Manfrotto Windsor Camera and Laptop Backpack for DSLRs – a perfect choice for field trips, this bag features a removable padded internal compartment which holds a medium DSLR with up to a 70-200 mm lens attached and two additional lenses. Equipment is always at hand through the quick-access side opening, so no shot is missed. All delicate essentials stay safe in the top compartment. The internal photography insert can be removed to turn what is a camera backpack into a traditional one. A padded compartment fits a 15” laptop and two adjustable leather straps on the front of the bag keep a tripod secured.
The Manfrotto Windsor Camera Reporter Bag for DSLRs is a shoulder bag designed to keep photography gear safe in flawless style. It fits a medium DSLR with a 24-70 lens attached, an additional 70-200 mm lens and up to two standard lenses. When photography is not on the agenda, it remains a perfect bag for everyday use. With plenty of pockets, it keeps personal items and a 13” laptop securely organized. It also features a hidden side pocket to store a water bottle and two adjustable leather straps on the front of the bag which can keep a tripod secured. An adjustable shoulder strap and shoulder pad provide additional comfort.
The Manfrotto Windsor Camera Messenger for Compact System Cameras come in two sizes, Medium and Small. The Medium size fits a medium DSLR with up to a 70-200 mm lens attached and two to three additional lenses. A 15” laptop is kept safe in its own padded compartment. The Small size holds a Premium Compact System Camera with a 24/70 lens and two additional lenses. It features a safe compartment for a tablet. All personal items can be safely stored on the inside and outside zippered pockets. The adjustable shoulder strap and the shoulder pad provide additional comfort. A zippered top opening gives you the ability to access your gear in the fastest way possible.
All four models are engineered with internal dividers, providing maximum protection for photographic equipment and other electronic devices. Lenses and accessories are kept safe in the special protection areas at the heart of the bags. The dividers can easily be configured to accommodate varying photography equipment requirements.
MB LF-WN-BP Lifestyle Windsor Backpack $169.99
MB LF-WN-RP Lifestyle Windsor Reporter $129.99
MB LF-WN-MM Lifestyle Windsor Messenger M $139.99
MB LF-WN-MS Lifestyle Windsor Messenger S $119.99
For additional information about Manfrotto, visit manfrotto.us. Follow Manfrotto on Facebook at facebook.com/ManfrottoSchoolOfXcellence, on Twitter @manfrotto_us or instagram.com/manfrottoimaginemore.
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