Peak Design, renowned for its innovative and high quality camera bags, has introduced the second incarnation of its Peak Design Field Pouch. The Field Pouch V2 is an ultra-compact camera pouch designed to carry daily essentials like your phone, a notebook, keys, spare batteries or a couple of filters - ideal for summer weather when you’d rather not store such items in a coat.
A compact camera like a Sony RX100 VII or a small mirrorless body with an attached pancake lens could fit inside, while a larger camera can be mounted to the outside of the Field Pouch V2 via Peak Design’s Capture Clip quick release camera clip attachment (sold separately).
The bag features two clip mounting points, along with an improved pocket layout over the original Field Pouch. All fabrics are recycled, including the soft felt internal lining and waterproof 400D exterior nylon. A clever roll top flap opening enables quick access to your kit, plus it also allows the bag to expand to up to double its minimum volume so you can choose to carry more gear or alternatively eliminate unused space.
Inside, 8 stretch pockets, zip pockets and stretchy cords keep smaller items in place and organised. An included strap enables you to carry the bag on your shoulder or as a sling, but the Field Pouch V2 is also designed to be used as a secondary bag within a larger backpack so you can organize smaller items and stop them rattling around, potentially damaging a camera or lenses.
The Field Pouch V2 comes with the reassurance of a “no-hassle, no-rhetoric” lifetime guarantee and is available in a choice of three colors: midnight blue, charcoal and black. The Field Pouch V2 is available to pre-order now from B&H in US priced at $44.95. UK buyers can find the bag for £42 at Park Cameras. Aussies can pick up the Field Pouch V2 direct from Peak Design for AU$60.13 a pop.
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