WaterField’s new iPhone Camera Bag makes sure you’ll never miss a shot

Smartphones are the most ubiquitous cameras around these days, with iPhone photography only getting better over the years. With many ditching their point-and-shoots or even DSLRs, more and more photographers are opting to use their pocket-sized device to capture photos and videos. WaterField, a veteran Apple accessory maker, has now released a bag specifically for these iPhone photographers in honor of the new device slated to launch this afternoon.

Based in San Francisco, WaterField has been in the iPhone accessory game for 10 years now. Having released a variety of sleeves, bags and other gear over the past decade, the company has now unveiled its new iPhone Camera Bag in celebration of the milestone. And with the latest iPhone’s release right around the corner, WaterField looks to offer the perfect solution for those wanting to take full advantage of the new device’s camera.

WaterField’s new iPhone bag features a compact design and is wrapped in either high-quality full-grain leather or classic black ballistic nylon. Don’t let the bag’s small form-factor fool you, as it utilizes space efficiently to make the most of its size. On the inside, it is packed with enough room to hold everything an iPhone photographer needs when setting out to grab that perfect shot. Alongside any model of the smartphone, be it the SE or 7 Plus, the bag also has room for up to four photography lenses, a mini tripod and other accessories.

The bag is also versatile in the ways it can be worn when on-the-go. Sporting the traditional shoulder strap, it can be used just like any other camera bag. But in a less typical fashion, WaterField has also designed it with the ability to mount on one’s belt, which lends itself well to the compact size. In both cases, you’ll find that the bag is said to offer quick access to your iPhone so you never miss a shot.

If you’re looking to take your iPhone photography to the next level and WaterField’s bag has caught your eye, it is now up for preorder. The bag is available at two different pricing options; $99 for the black ballistic nylon or $129 for the premium leather. While the wait isn’t too long, shipping is slated to begin later this month on September 27th. It may have a steep price, but for those looking to make sure they never miss a shot may find the bag worth every penny.



WaterField Designs, an innovative San Francisco manufacturer of bags and cases for digital gear, announces its new iPhone Camera Bag: a compact, adjustable pouch that stylishly and conveniently stores the iPhone—iPhone X, 8, 8 Plus or comparable model, up to four iPhone photography lenses and a mini tripod. Available in full-grain premium leather or classic black ballistic nylon, the WaterField iPhone Camera Bag attaches to a belt or slings crossbody, keeping the iPhone quickly accessible at the hip for speedy two-handed access — critical when a few seconds can make the difference between a missed shot and a great one that goes viral.

“To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the iPhone, we asked customers what kind of iPhone case they’d like, and they inspired us to create this function-specific iPhone Camera Bag. There’s just nothing much like it currently available,” explained owner Gary Waterfield. “Smartphone cameras and attachable lenses keep getting better, and the world of mobile photography keeps growing exponentially. Now pros, amateurs, Instagrammers — anyone who just wants to take better photos — can pack their camera and accessories into a small camera bag that keeps the gear they need for that perfect shot available at a moment’s notice.”

The WaterField iPhone Camera Bag is optimally-designed to use space efficiently. Inside, the bag includes a dedicated, easy-access pocket for the iPhone and battery pack and adjustable padded dividers for up to four smartphone camera lenses. An additional zippered mesh pocket stow cords and lens attachments. Two stretchy straps hold a mini-tripod in place along the bottom of the bag.

The full body of the mini camera bag is padded with a single piece of dense foam, thereby eliminating potential weak points at seams. A waterproof zipper helps keep equipment safe from the elements. The iPhone camera bag can be carried crossbody with the included removable shoulder strap or slipped onto a belt using two loops attached to the rear of the bag. These carry options keep the bag within easy, hands-free reach for quick access to camera and accessories. An optional carabiner is available for users to hook the compact case to a larger day bag.

The WaterField iPhone Camera Bag joins a 10-year tradition of WaterField Designs iPhone cases. WaterField’s most recent favorites are now available in custom sizes to fit new iPhone X, 8 and 8 Plus models: the Suede Jacket, Finn and Finn Access Wallets; the Cycling Ride and Cycling Club Pouches; and an upcoming new Spinn case.

Availability & Pricing

The WaterField iPhone Camera Bag:
Price: $99 (ballistic nylon) to $129 (leather).
Colors: Premium, full-grain chocolate leather or Black ballistic nylon (vegan).
Dimensions and weight: 8 x 4 x 3 inches. Ballistic: 6 oz. Leather: 8 oz.

Pre-order now. Shipping begins by September 27, 2017.

Additional WaterField iPhone Cases
The Spinn: $59.
The Suede Jacket: $12 to $17.
iPhone Finn Wallet: $59 to $69
iPhone Finn Access Wallet: $69 to $79.
Cycling Club Pouch: $49
Cycling Ride Pouch: $79

About WaterField Designs
WaterField Designs is an innovative San Francisco designer and manufacturer of bags and cases for tech-savvy consumers who want to transport their technology stylishly and responsibly. WaterField manufactures custom-fitted, high-quality cases and bags for a full range of laptop computers, smartphones, tablets, gaming devices and other digital gear. All products are manufactured to exacting standards entirely in San Francisco. More information at “Our Story”


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