Leather Camera Bags
You're all about function and form. And you need a camera bag that fits the bill. What better material than leather?
Leather camera bags offer many benefits. The main benefit you'll find with a leather camera bag is its durability. Leather is an incredibly tough material that will only look better over time. On top of that, leather is water-resistant. So, if you get caught in light rain or accidentally spill some water on your bag, there's no need for panic. Your camera gear will be okay.
Authentic leather camera bags, such as the ones you'll find in our catalog, have less chance of tear than synthetic materials. Leather is also resistant to dry abrasion and, unlike other materials, leather also resists dust mites and fungal attacks.
As you can see, leather camera bags are a superior choice.
Whichever leather bag you choose, you'll be satisfied with worry-free peace for years to come.
Why is important to choose a Real Geniune Leather Camera Bag?
As you read earlier, authentic leather camera bags have less chance of tear than synthetic materials. Leather also becomes more attractive as you use your bag. Faux leathers will start to peel and tear within a year of use.
Fundamentally, faux leather isn't even leather at all. Whereas genuine leather comes from animal hides such as cattle, buffalo, or oxen, faux leather starts as a plastic base that's covered in wax, dye, or polyurethane to imitate genuine leather.
For those of us that are proponents of quality, artificial materials won't do.
It's so crucial that you protect your camera with genuine leather rather than cheap imitations that will end up breaking and putting your camera in jeopardy. Don't settle for less.
Get yourself a genuine leather camera bag today.
Camera Brands You Can Buy Bags For
The top camera brands you can buy cases for include the following:
Although there aren't many varieties of cases available for Nikon, there are still enough out there that makes finding the ideal Nikon camera bag easy. Nikon D3300 camera bags are one of the top searched bags by consumers, MegaGear also provides leather and neoprene bags for D3300 models.
Canon camera bags can also be purchased. Like Nikon, there aren't many bags to choose from, but there's still a decent amount.
Sony, on the other hand, has dozens of different kinds of cases for its cameras. If you want to protect your Sony camera, then there is no shortage of bags to pick from. MegaGear cases for Sony Cybershot cameras are offering comfort and safety which you will need.
Leica is one of the brands that are loved by photography professionals. Leica has a reputable history and gained trust since decades. Having a good Camera bag for your Leica will protect your camera from any potential accident or damage. Leica camera bags are available in leather and neoprene. There is also a huge number of colors available, where you can select one based on your taste, such as black, grey or brown.
Finally, there are cases available for Olympus cameras. Olympus has many models, which is why it's not a surprise that there are dozens of styles or colors available for MegaGear Olympus bags.
Leather Camera Bag Models
Our genuine leather camera bags support many camera brands and models, including the Sony Alpha A7 III and the Leica D-lux 7.
Choose from a variety of different sizes and colors and be proud to show off your camera in a bag that offers form and function.
Take a look and see which of our genuine leather camera bags best suits your needs as a photographer.
Sony Alpha A7 III
Sony calls this camera its basic model, but the Sony A7 III is far from basic. It has a 24-megapixel backside-illuminated sensor that improves low-light performance and increases the camera's dynamic range.
The A7 III boasts a whopping 693-point autofocus system and takes 710 shots per battery charge. It takes ten frames per second and shoots video in 4K as well. Not to mention the boundless magazine of other features.
From a value standpoint, the Sony A7 III is one of the best cameras around. And as the old saying goes, only the best for the best.
That's why you need a genuine leather camera bag to sport your A7 III in. Go ahead. Check out all of your options on our website and spend that money you saved on the A7 for some fresh new gear.
Leica D-lux 7
The Leica D-Lux 7 trumps the A7 III with a high-speed autofocus and burst shooting of 11 frames per second. It also shoots 4K video and has integrated Bluetooth and WiFi for easy upload capabilities.
Leica has always been a powerhouse when it comes to cameras. If you're a lucky owner of one of these pieces of art, then you need a camera bag to go along with it.
The only proper bag that comes to mind is a genuine leather camera bag. Both leather and Leica are timeless; they're both rugged and define the true essence of form and function.
How to pack a camera in a bag?
The number one rule when it comes to packing your camera bag is always to keep things snug. Your bag should never be overstuffed or have space around equipment. Let's outline the thought process behind a successful pack:
When packing your camera bag, plan ahead of time. There's nothing worse than going on a shoot and realizing you forgot an extra battery, your memory card, or a headlamp.
Now that you know what you need, it's time to pack. And as tempting as it is to stack your 50mm on top of your 35mm lens, don't do it! The more contact your gear has with other equipment, the more likely you are to open up your camera bag to broken stuff.
Once packed, the only thing left to do is enjoy the shoot! When accessing your leather camera bag be mindful of the pack's orientation. You don't want to open the main compartment to have all of your precious gear fall on the pavement. Also, don't forget to be delicate when repacking. Always keep it snug!
We offer our shoppers tons of options when it comes to camera bags. There's no reason for you to purchase a bag that doesn't fit your needs. So, start browsing our wide selection and find yourself a durable camera bag that keeps your gear safe and organized.
How big should a bag for camera be?
If you didn't read above, then we still have some things to go over.
Your camera bag should accommodate all of the gear that you want to take without being cramped. If your camera bag has extra space, that's room for your equipment to become damaged from moving around. If your camera bag is too small, and you stack gear in the same compartments, that's asking for trouble.
So, get a dedicated camera bag. It'll protect your gear better, keep it more organized, and give you some peace of mind. It'll be the best decision you ever make.
And remember, keep it snug!
How much are camera bags costing?
Do a quick Google search, and you'll see that camera bags range anywhere from $25 to well above $200.
Whether you want your bag to be waterproof, insulated, or shock-resistant will dramatically influence the price. Different build material and bag size also directly affects the price. And sometimes you're just paying for the logo of a well-known brand.
You'll pay an extra $50 to $100 for a name brand bag. This price influx doesn't always mean better quality, either. Don't be fooled by these brand names: you should only consider brands when it comes to purchasing a camera. Otherwise, stick to affordability.
The build, storage, access, comfort, and price are your main points of interest when purchasing a camera bag.
Here at MegaGear we offer our customers leather camera bags that are durable and affordably priced. It'll be hard for you to find a better price anywhere else.