New MindShift Gear Exposure Shoulder Bags
Mindshift Gear – my personal camera bag of choice for several years now – has announced the new Mindshift Gear Exposure Bags which offer unprecedented comfort and protection from the elements in a shoulder bag!
There is no such thing as bad weather, only bad gear. MindShift Gear’s new Exposure shoulder bags are storm-resistant carrying solutions for the active photographer in virtually any outdoor environment. Built with high performance waterproof sailcloth panels, strategically placed storm flaps, water-repellent DWR fabric, and a sturdy Tarpaulin bottom; the Exposure protects camera gear from the elements and withstands the rigors of adventure photography. And, with its cross-body stabilizer strap, the Exposure moves with you while you’re active or is removable for more causal environments. A waterproof rain cover is included when it’s time to put the camera away and hunker down. Exposure shoulder bags come in two models, the Exposure 13 and the Exposure 15, and in two colors, Black and Solar Flare. The Exposure 13 fits a 13” laptop; the Exposure 15 fits 15” laptops. A 10” tablet fits in zippered pocket. And if you use the special link below to order, you will receive free gear and free shipping!
Get your Mindshift Gear Exposure Bags here: Mindshift Gear Exposure Bags.
Richard Bernabe is a professional photographer specializing in travel, wildlife, and nature as well as an author of books, magazine articles, and travel essays published world-wide. Richard is a global influencer is the fields of photography, travel, and wildlife conservation with more than one million followers on social media platforms. He leads several photography tours and workshops all over the world and is invited to speak to photography and conservation groups all across the globe. For more great information on new images, gear reviews, book projects, and photography workshops and tours, Sign Up For Our Newsletter.
Thanks for your review on the Mindshift Gear. I’ve been researching new materials lately and came across this post. Although I don’t shoot in rough elements, I’m always looking for more supportive bags. Thanks!
Thanks for posting this product review. Super helpful and knowledgeable
Hi, Richard Bernabe. I really love active photography in virtually any outdoor environment. From what you do, I learn something new. I was looking for this that I can be done as like you. Thanks a lot.