You paid an arm and a leg for your camera, so don't be stuck with a dead battery and a broken lens on the beautiful adventure you want to document. The Matador Camera Basel Layer is a step up from the fleece bag you've been stowing your camera in, and it even has its own strap so you don't have to shove it in your pack. Sorona, a synthetic down filling, insulates the camera against the cold conditions around you as you hike as well as provides padding for the cargo in case you bump it or need to set it on a rock. An integrated rain cover deflects light precipitation, defending your investment against the elements. The roll-top closure makes this bag compatible with most camera and lens combinations, and can be removed from the camera in seconds so you're always prepared to get the shot.
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