Vanguard Launch New Bag, Tripod & Accessory Ranges

Vanguard has launched several new product ranges which will be on display at TPS 2019, with an emphasis on supporting mirrorless cameras.

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Vanguard have announced that there will be several new product ranges on display at TPS 2019. 

Vanguard will be on stand F61 at this year's show, and they will be introducing you to lots of new bag and tripod ranges. Vanguard say they have over 100 new products coming to market in 2019, with a particular focus on supporting mirrorless camera users. 

VEO Go

VEO GO

VEO 2GO Tripods fold down to just 32cm and weigh as little as 800g for the ultimate in portability. Despite this they can cope with a camera kit weighing up to 6kg and include Arca Swiss compatibility, three easy set leg angles, removable spiked feet and a low angle adaptor. There are also two extra tall models including the VEO 2GO 265HCB that fold down to 41cm, but extends to 164cm for even the tallest photographer.

Alongside the ultra-portable tripods there are new VEO GO Bags. Taking advantage of the characteristics of most mirrorless cameras, VEO GO Bags are compact, lightweight and stylish. Designed in high-quality materials, these bags are designed to disguise that you’re carrying a valuable camera kit and the VEO GO 34M includes an internal tripod compartment for the VEO 2GO 32cm tripods.

VEO FLEX

VEO FLEX

For anyone looking for a modern roll top design, VEO FLEX Bags offers a collection of shoulder bags and backpacks with a roll top for mirrorless cameras. Apart from the design, the roll top offers improved security and water resistance to the top of the bag, and can be unrolled to offer more space.

In the shoulder bags, the roll top also offers the ultimate in wide access as it can be rolled back to give you the easiest access possible to your camera kit.

VEO range

VEO RANGE 

For those wanting a retro modern look, VEO RANGE Bags offer a traditional look, with modern twists in the design and materials. Available in a choice of backpacks or shoulder bags, the VEO Range have models suitable for either DSLR or mirrorless cameras.

The backpack feature split compartments – a top compartment for everyday items and a lower compartment for your camera kit. The shoulder bags feature two models with a “double-decker” design which allows you to store your camera kit on top and use the lower compartment for additional lenses or even a travel tripod.

 

VEO SELECT

These premium backpacks are made with best in class materials to a high-quality standard, with models for both DSLR and mirrorless cameras.

Available in Black and Military Green, these backpacks feature rear and side access, with a daypack section above. They also come with a shoulder strap that allows you to switch from backpack to shoulder bag in seconds. There is also a stylish, rugged shoulder bag that is ideal for transporting PRO levels of gear between shoots.

 

ALTA accessories

As well as tripods and bags, Vanguard is introducing a range of ALTA ACCESSORIES to help you get the most out of your photography. Use the Alta Stone Bag as a means to add weight to any tripod (or use it as a platform for holding kit in the field). 

Rain Covers from £20 RRP, spare Battery Cases from £15 RRP, a Shoulder Pad for carrying your tripod across your shoulder in comfort for just £15
RRP and Lens Pouches from £20 all help to organise and protect your kit. 

 

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