Vanguard Camera Bags

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Vanguard Heralder 38
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Vanguard Heralder 38

Bag

Great construction and a thoughtful design with features such as a top flap zip for quick access meant Photo answers really couldn't find fault with The Heralder 38. It'll keep a fair bit …

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2 reviews | 3 opinions

 

Vanguard Skyborne 51
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Vanguard Skyborne 51

Rucksack

Although ePHOTOzine liked the Vanguard Skyborne 51, they did find it to be a little bit of a Jack of all trades, master of none. It definitely has broad appeal though with its good all-round design, …

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1 review | 1 opinion

 

Uprise 48
Vanguard Up-Rise 48

Rucksack

"Are you looking for a sturdy backpack that you can rely on day in, day out? If so, the Vanguard Up-rise 48 is one of the best options and at a reasonable £99, it scores well in value for money

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2 reviews | 14 opinions

 

More information at: Digital Photo, 6/2010 Ultimate Bag Buyers' Guide A camera bag should offer a good level of protection, safety and capacity. Here are six that do just that. In test: Six camera bags were reviewed and rated. … to review

 
Vanguard Heralder 28
Vanguard Heralder 28

Bag

The best thing about the Heralder 28, says Digital SLR User, is its quick access top flap, but it also has other excellent features such as a tripod holder or a padded shoulder strap to prevent …

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1 review | 1 opinion

 

 
Vanguard BIIN 50
Vanguard BIIN 50

Rucksack

Vanguard's BIIN 50 is one of the lightest bags in DSLR User's comparison, something that's important if your kit is already hefty enough and you don't want to add extra weight to …

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2 reviews | 3 opinions

 

 
Vanguard Skyborne Series
Vanguard Skyborne Series

Rucksack

The team at TIPA were pleased by how the Vanguard Skyborne Series manages to combine impressive functionality with a comfortable, ergonomic design. They found that along with offering plenty of space …

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1 review | 1 opinion

 

 
Vanguard BIIN 59
Vanguard BIIN 59

Rucksack

"A really smart lightweight bag here. Comfy straps for smaller bodies are worth a note, as is the main divider between the two parts of the bag, which is adjustable up and down depending on …

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1 review | 1 opinion

 

 
Vanguard Outlawz 17Z
Vanguard Outlawz 17Z

Bum bag, Bag

Thanks to being a bit larger than other bags in Digital SLR User's round-up, Vanguard's Outlawz 17Z will take a DSLR with a telezoom lens. Its versatility allows for it to be carried …

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1 review

 

 
Vanguard BIIN 37
Vanguard BIIN 37

Rucksack

"The 37 is all about doing a proper job of organising your gear into a smaller space. Lots of pockets, access points and handy touches that make life easier make it one well worth considering if …

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1 review | 7 opinions

 

 
UPRise 34 Shoulder Bag
Vanguard UP-Rise 34

Rucksack

"This option has openings in both the front and the back, to help you get at your gear no matter what angle you're working at. It also features a unique one-zip expansion system that gives …

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1 review | 4 opinions

 

 
 
Vanguard Up-Rise-Series
Vanguard Up-Rise-Series

Bag

"... with its ability to expand in size to accommodate your changing lens and gear needs. Every Up-Rise model expands with one easy zipper motion and shrinks back down when you don't need …

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1 review | 8 opinions

 

 
Vanguard Up-Rise 15
Vanguard Up-Rise 15

Bag

The fantastically flexible Vanguard Up-Rise 15 really impressed Digicambuyer reviewers with its plentiful pockets for your camera and extras too.

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1 review | 1 opinion

 

More information at: Digicambuyer.co.uk, 9/2009 Vanguard Up-Rise 15 The main compartment can be divided, there's room for your memory cards, a rain cover, and it can be carried as a shoulder bag or simply attached to your belt loop, making the Vanguard Up-Rise 15 a brilliantly functional bag that offers your camera complete protection. … to review

Vanguard UP-rise 46
Vanguard UP-rise 46

Rucksack, Wheeled travel bag

To reinforce steadfastness while on the go, there are sternum and waist straps. With ample amounts of ventilated cushioning on the lumbar pad and straps, the Vanguard stayed comfortable on the …

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1 review

 

Vanguard Pampas 47
Vanguard Pampas 47

Rucksack

The Vanguard Pampas 47 sling bag measures 19x13x25cm, and a fully loaded camera will fit inside. Thanks to the one-strap cross shoulder design, it is both comfortable to carry and easy to slide round

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1 review

 

More information at: Practical Photography, issue 8/2009 Vanguard Pampas 47 sling bag When you may need to use your camera at a moments notice, it is handy to have it set up and ready to use. To enable this you need a bag like the Vanguard Pampas 47 sling bag that is easily accessible with enough space to accommodate a fully loaded camera. … to review

Vanguard Pampas 59
Vanguard Pampas 59

Rucksack

The Pampas was one of the largest bags on test, but due to its two-compartment design, fitting a DSLR and lenses into the padded compartment meant detaching lens from body. Digital Photo magazine …

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1 review

 

 

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