Once upon a time there was a very successful bag company by the name “Kata bags”. Kata was acquired by Manfrotto (VITEC group) and earlier last year completely merged into it to become “Manfrotto bags”.
The move which resulted in a layoff of hundreds of loyal dedicated Kata employees gave some of the talented designers the opportunity to take destiny into their own hands and found “miggo“. The company was established to equip photography enthusiasts with comfortable, smart and simple carrying solutions for their “real” cameras.
miggo’s first product, “Strap & Wrap” was a Kickstarter success story that retrieved more than $80,000 and brought over 1500 backers on board.
Now miggo is back with a new interesting product, the “AGUA”. AGUA (“Water” in Spanish) is a storm-proof camera-carrier. It is different than the common waterproof camera bag because it allows intuitive quick-drawing of the camera. The AGUA’s special structure allows the photographer to comfortably carry his camera close to the body in any weather – rain, snow, sandstorm or even in a dense urban environment, without worrying about the fate of his expensive equipment – and draw it quickly and with ease at the right moment to capture a perfect shot.
More details about AGUA and miggo’s new kickstarter campaign can be found HERE