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These Cosyspeed phone bags are the best way to protect your camera phone

The German brand Cosyspeed are known for their range of fast access camera bags, but now they're bringing that design ethos to the mobile phone photographer and filmmaker too – and The Photography Show's Burst Mode studio was able to get a closer look at their exciting new products. 

Cosyspeed's new range of phone cases includes the Phoneslinger Power, which features the ability to recharge your phone via contactless. However, there are also plenty of other bags that you can use to keep your add-on lenses, microphone, gimbal and other accessories at hand.

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The Cosyspeed Phoneslinger Power is designed for smartphone photographers and videographers who hate running out of power at the worst possible moment. The power bank integrated into the smartly designed bag has 10,000mAh of extra juice to help keep you topped up throughout the day.

Fitting any smartphone from the iPhone 11 to the Galaxy Note, the Cosyspeed Phoneslinger Power features FIDLOCK-Magnetic closure and a detachable loop on the back that you can attach to a belt. There's a hidden pocket for bank cards on the inside and the bag is made out of a high-quality weather-resistant Duo-Tone Nylon D600 fabric.

We really enjoyed getting a closer look at the Cosyspeed Phoneslinger range. However, the Cosyspeed Phoneslinger wasn't the only bag that Cosyspeed brought along. We were also lucky enough to see their camera bags as well! To find out more about the Cosyspeed range, watch the video above or check out the Gadget Bag website.

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Louise Carey

With over a decade of photographic experience, Louise arms Digital Camera World with a wealth of knowledge on photographic technique and know-how – something she is so adept at that she's delivered workshops for the likes of ITV and Sue Ryder. Before joining the site, her formidable hands-on abilities served her well as features editor for Practical Photography. A freelance photographer in her own right, she is a proud Nikon DSLR shooter.