Weekly Giveaway – Ahhhh, so THAT’s what I need it for.

[photopress:products_shootsac.jpg,full,centered] Last week we posted a video about a camera bag called a ShootSac. When we first saw it at PhotoPlus, conceptually it worked. A strong bag for using on the go at an event. And it could be made to appear unobtrusive.
Although, honestly, that’s good for the stealth ,but not needed when you need to be seen as the person there to make a real photograph, not the casual shooter.Food for thought as we continue.

Which brings us to this:

This past weekend helped out friends and covered an event held in a hotel with huge presentations rooms, filled with seats. Now it was easy enough to set the main gear down, but when a move was required from one side of the room to the other for some variety and coverage, who wants to drag a main bag all over? There’s enough stuff to carry around.

That’s when it hit me – this is why the ShootSac was invented.If I had one of these, i could have loaded an extra lens, CF cards, Batts, and maybe a flash into an easy to carry, lighter weight unit and leave the main gear in a safe and secure place. I could’ve moved around covered, instead of wondering when I should make a pit stop and change lenses. Or if my phone was cool, sitting elsewhere in my jacket (it gets HOT in these places.)

Want one for free? Then read on:

Now we’re not talking about replacing any of your camera bags. You need to transport the goods in a safe, efficient and comfortable manner. What we’re talking about here is an on-the scene, worker
The fancy covers don’t interest me, but a well made low profile, working bag, does.
[photopress:0100_jess.jpg,full,centered] A wedding photographer can blend in and still get the work done.

Take a look at the video again.

And this week, we’re giving one of these away. With your choice of cover. As long as you are signed up for the NEWSLETTER, you are eligible.
Here’s how the weekly giveaway works:
On Weds, you will receive an email sometime that day,depending on your time zone. (9:00 AM PST)
When it gets there, read the email and click the links for a recap and new news from the site.Then hit reply, delete the body of the email (saving server space) and then put the giveaway word, found only in the NEWSLETTER, into the subject line, add a shipping address, imagine a much easier, responsive working situation,and hit send. The 21st person to respond will be sent one of these bags with a cover ( check out the site for choices ) of their choice. Yep, all for free. AND WE SHIP ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD!

And since we’re about to move into the holiday season, we’ll be stepping up the giveaways. Lot’s of them will be right here on the site.
Hey, It’s what we like to do.
( and we have a surprise for you in the email. A second chance kind of freebie. shhhhh.)

Cheers!
Damon Webster

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