Eclipse Solar Gear Bags

Eclipse Solar Bag

I thought these were bags to stuff your gears into when you go watching a solar eclipse? No, Antonio, these are bags made by a company called Eclipse Solar Gear, and you take these bags with you when you go out shooting pictures in the boondocks. You charge your batteries with these bags by solar power.

Cool, ha? These durable bags come with integrated flexible solar panels that can charge your electronic gadget or camera. Eclipse says the new ‘Nova’ Solar Camera Bag, in particular, is ideal for the avid outdoor photographer using a digital SLR camera. It includes adjustable dividers, and foam inserts to customize the bag to your needs.

There’s another one, the ‘Nomad’ Bicycle Trunk Bag that features a large main cavity, an upper cavity, side and rear pockets, as well as the solar panel designed to trickle charge your electronic gadgets and batteries during casual rides or long treks out on the mountain trail.

Now, go, Antonio. Check out that solar gear from Eclipse.

[Site: EclipseSolarGear.com]
[Via: PhotographyBLOG]

Chris Malinao

About Chris Malinao

Chris teaches Lightroom as workflow software to photography students at the FPPF, Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation. He also teaches smartphone photography.

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