Manfrotto Announces Advanced² Camera Bags 

Manfrotto has introduced the Advanced² collection of bags for videographers and photographers.

Manfrotto said the new collection includes six backpacks, five shoulder bags and three holster bags. The bags are reliable and functional, accommodating the most popular camera forms from the latest DSLRs and mirrorless cameras, to drones and handheld camera gimbals.

The Advanced² backpack range includes the Compact, Active, Gear, Fast, Hybrid and Travel models, which offer a choice of configurations for varying personal preferences. The range features advanced protection systems to keep video and photo gear safe, and is designed to maximize comfort with sternum straps and padded back panels.

The collection is a combination of premium coated materials, sophisticated urban style, durability and functionality. The bags feature new tripod holders, smart storage systems for gear, laptops, tablets and personal items. They are water repellent and have a special rain cover for the worst weather conditions.

All models in the Advanced² collection are made of high-quality materials which are durable and lightweight. 

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