The Nimble Streamline Expandable Shoulder Bag

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The Nimble Streamline Expandable Shoulder Bag

29.95

The Nimble Streamline is designed to look like a traditional shoulder bag, but differs from traditional camera bags because its compact camera compartment is accessed from a zipper on the front of the bag.

A seemingly flat zippered pocket on the front of the bag opens to reveal a concave area suitable for holding your mirrorless camera. The inside of this compartment is separated by a padded divider, which allows you to store an extra lens. This design was created to prevent someone from reaching into your bag and stealing your camera and lenses. 

There's also a padded internal compartment designed to hold an iPad mini or comparable tablet, stash pockets for small accessories, a back pocket for papers, and lots of room in the main compartment (measuring 9.1 x 2.2 x 7.5" on the inside).

Mirrorless cameras with longer lenses can be stashed in the main compartment. The front area is better designed for compacts and spare bodies. I store my OM-D E-M10 with 14-42mm EZ compact zoom in the front zippered pocket, and the E-M5 Mark II with standard lenses in the larger main compartment.

And if all of those features weren't cool enough, there's an expansion zipper for the main compartment. So if you find something interesting during your exploration that you want to bring home, you have room to do so.

The finishing touch is the Walking Man logo discretely placed on the inside flap. He greets you when you open it to access your accessories or keys from the key leash that's also located there.

This is the bag I used for my CES assignment, and I loved it. It's a keeper! (Last photo of it is from a Starbucks in Las Vegas.)

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