Agua Camera Bag by Miggo

Jun 18, 2015

Category: Gear

Cameras can be quite an expensive investment, and with all of the money you’ve spent on your shiny new device, you’re going to want to find someway to ensure that it doesn’t get damaged.

Introducing Agua the brand new all-weather camera case by Miggo. It’s an IPX3 storm-proof camera carrying case specifically designed to protect your camera from the elements while still giving you quick draw snapshot ability. The Agua is lightweight and comfortable to wear, but it still gives your camera excellent protection. In fact, it has double layer protection against water damage, with an inner layer of neoprene. The Agua is already fully funded on Kickstarter and is currently trying to reach its stretch goal to include more bells and whistles. You can pick it up for $55 right now as an early backer. [Purchase]

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