Cloak Shoot-Through Camera Bag Is Perfect For Paparazzi

Posted: Mar 16 2010, 8:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:01pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
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If you are the sort who likes to go out with your DSLR camera and shoot lots of pictures, but don’t like to use a camera bag because you don’t want to miss any picture taking opportunities, Cloak has a bag for you.

The thing is said to the world's first shoot-through camera bag. That sounds a bit weird at first until you see the simple way the bag works. You take off the lens cap of your camera, slip the thing into the bag and the open bottom lets the camera be used without having to take it out of the Cloak bag.

That way you can carry the bag on your shoulder and still take shots on the spur of the moment without having to fight to get your camera free. This may well be the perfect back for those looking to stealth shoot some pics of wildlife or celebrities.

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