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I have an Urban Classic Ryker 001 leather camera bag for sale Used with M240 and 2 lens + accessories (iPad etc) Finish: Classic Black Leather with Coffee Brown Accent The bag has had little use and is in excellent condition Comes with Wotancraft dust storage cover. Excellent review by Steve Huff My preferred first choice to sell to fellow UK resident, either collect in person (Lancashire) or ship for £15. If no interest in UK then may be prepared to ship internationally If any questions, please PM me.
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After joining the Leica community with my first red dot camera purchase last month, I treated myself to a little bag to keep her warm and dry. Been trying to find a Wotancraft Ryker Camo for months as they are quite rare to find to buy. WC put me in contact with their distributor in Singapore, Drew & Berry. They came up trumps and I purchased their last bag. Top rate service from D&B, nothing was too much trouble and I did exchange alot of facebook messages with them 4 days Singapore to UK. Here she is... oh and a camera strap Very pretty Barton box Please let this be the last bag I buy (in true form, I have several!). Good job I don't like handbags very much, leaves me funds for a very nice camera bag instead ! Quality is fab, looks stunning and blends in well, doesn't shout camera bag You could say I had my eye on the bag before I bought the Q, then I just had to bring them together ! I have several pics but even reading the instructions on how to upload, I can't manage more than one !
Hi, as promised, the Wotancraft people send me the new MKII insert as soon as they had it ready. It is a very well made insert, waterproof (thermo sealed), and quite shockproof. Actually, because it incorporates a waterproof zipper, it is a bag in itself. Therefore it can be carried in whatever you like. I do put mine inside a Billingham Hadley Pro, where it fits snuggly. The interior can be arranged as usual, with velcro attached walls. These walls have in their interior some sort of sheet that give them a very nice stability, so that it is possible to put the M9 horizontally on the top of the two of them that are so to say hinged. The solidity is first class, but at the same time it is a lightweight item. Tomorrow I will post some pictures of it. Regards, Manolo