The Boda Bag – A Real Worker !

Last week at PhotoPlus Expo in NYC we caught up with the companies putting out some of the best new products for your photographic life. Each day we’ll be bringing you more vids, to show you the gear up close and help you make your buying decisions.
Now we didn’t get to everyone, but honestly, we won’t show you the stuff that we think didn’t quite cut it. Sometimes a concept is great, but the product in person isn’t quite the same. Hopefully we can act as your eyes as we hit these shows and bring you closer to gear you’re thinking about.

Now from Boda, we have seen and used this lens bag, and the design is flawless. They spoke with enough shooters to see what they needed, and made sure it was incorporated into the design.

Now remember, this bag is to be used while working. not really a transporting bag. But when you are on the job shooting events, wedding, or any gig where you need access to your gear fast, this is the one.

These folks have chosen a very specific niche, and are owning it.

Coming up will be more gear, including vids from Nikon, Canon,Leica, ThinkTank, Epson, HP and more.

So in our further testing, here is another version of our vids, this time in Flash (you should all be using that in some form at this point).
What do you think?
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