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Thursday, February 23, 2012

Booq Python Collection Provides the Digital Age Photographer with the Ideal Camera Bag for Every Situation

4 new camera bags protect and organize while providing unmatched accessibility, giving photographers all the tools they need for that perfect shot
Sierra Madre, California – (February 23, 2012) – Booq, a leading brand of premium laptop bags, backpacks and iPad carrying cases designed for creative pros, unveils the new versatile Python camera bag collection. The needs of photographers and ambitious photo enthusiasts have evolved. With iPads, ultra-compact laptops and cameras of various form factors being integral parts of a photographer’s life, the Python collection accommodates this gear through refreshingly innovative design solutions and functional protective elements, all in strikingly elegant designs. Each of the four new camera bags caters to unique user requirements and all are available at and retailers throughout the country.
The booq approach to product design is to provide the best solution around clearly defined user requirements. While every Python camera bag is made to house any size DSLR with both attached and additional lens(es), plus a wide array of accessories, each bag has a unique carrying style and each interior is customizable in its own way. Rather than the flimsy padding commonplace in mass-market bags, the Python collection utilizes sturdy, densely padded interior dividers to organize a variety of gear. Booq’s durable water-repellent ballistic nylon holds its form with or without a full load, while the collection’s gray exterior and plush red interior makes it easy to locate all your black camera gear, allowing you to swap out lenses or grab an accessory quickly and easily. 


“Moments of the Human Condition” provides rare glimpse into history’s iconic images

Allendale, NJ (February 23, 2012) – Leica Camera, Inc. announces a new Leica Lecture Series titled “Moments of the Human Condition” featuring internationally acclaimed Photojournalist Peter Turnley. Offering a unique look into the life and work of one of the world’s preeminent photojournalists, this Leica Lecture Series is free to the public and includes stops in Austin, TX on April 18, 2012, Washington, D.C. in May 2012 and New York, NY in October 2012. Throughout the past three decades, Turnley has viewed history’s most critical events, much through the lens of a Leica: from the fall of the Berlin Wall and the 1989 revolutions in Eastern Europe to the devastation at Ground Zero on September 11, 2001 and most recently, the turning point in the Egyptian Revolution. These lectures allow participants to not only view these iconic photographs but also hear the stories behind the images that have shaped our views of world history. 

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