These camera bags are Morally Toxic

Morally Toxic
(Image credit: Morally Toxic)

Morally Toxic may be a new name in camera bags, but the brand actually comes from 3 Legged Thing, the British manufacturer of some of the best tripods with rock ’n roll-inspired names such as Ray, Winston and Brian. 

First in the range is a backpack, which goes by the name Valkyrie, and a messenger bag Wraith. Valkyrie comes in 20-liter ($299.99 / £259.99 / approx AU$413.52) and 25-liter ($309.99 / £269.99 / approx AU$426.26) capacities, while Wraith is available in 15-liter ($209.99 / £169.99 / approx AU$288.75) and 20-liter ($219.99 / £179.99 / approx AU$302.50) sizes. 

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Adam Waring

Adam has been the editor of N-Photo: The Nikon Magazine for almost 12 years, and as such is one of Digital Camera World's leading experts when it comes to all things Nikon-related. 

Whether it’s reviews and hands-on tests of the latest Nikon cameras and lenses, sharing his skills using filters, tripods, lighting, L brackets and other photography equipment, or trading tips and techniques on shooting landscapes, wildlife and almost any genre of photography, Adam is always on hand to provide his insights. 

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