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Wotancraft Ryker Camera Bag Review By David Thorpe

David Thorpe is putting the Wotancraft Ryker camera bag to the test to find out if it's the perfect bag for street photography fans.

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David Thorpe is usually reviewing Micro Four Thirds lenses and cameras but today, he's turning his attention to a camera bag from Wotancraft Ryker. 

The Wotancraft Ryker is constructed from soft leather and as the price tag suggests, it's built to last and is definitely one of those bags that will look better with age. 


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David's looking at the Wotancraft Ryker from a street photography angle as, in the words of David, 'street photography relies on speedy camera handling and keeping a low profile' which means a camera hanging around your neck isn't the most ideal look. 

"The Wotancraft Ryker bag keeps the camera to hand when you are on the prowl but secure when you are travelling to your hunting ground," says David. 

Inside, there's room for 3 lenses, a camera body and an iPad. There's also room for accessories in the front/rear pockets. 

The Wotancraft Ryker is priced at £465. 

Previously, ePHOTOzine has reviewed the Wotancraft Trooper which also features in our Premium Camera Bag Round-Up.

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antonoat 15 6
22 Jan 2020 8:03PM
That looks more like the Wotancraft Raven than the Ryker, think you may have your models mixed up! Cheers, sure is a nice looking bag.

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