ONA Announces the New Black Collection Camera Bags

The Black Collection Lifestyle

Today, ONA is announcing a brand new addition to their lineup of bags–sort of.

It’s called the Black collection, and it features bags which are, well, black. It includes a Nylon version of both the Brixton and the Camps Bay, but also includes the launch of a brand new bag called the Hamilton. The latter is the company’s first roller bag and is designed to hold lots of gear like a DSLR, lights, lenses, etc. All of the bags are characterized by ballistic Nylon, Italian leather accents, and gunmetal brass hardware. They’re also seemingly more affordable than their predecessors.

For the most part, both the Brixton and the Camps Bay are still the same, but with a special new design involving Nylon. More details on the ONA Black Collection are after the jump.

The Hamilton


The Hamilton features ballistic Nylon and full-grain leather accents plus gunmetal brass hardware. It meets most airline carry-on requirements and a dual compartment design. When it hits the streets for sale, it will cost $589.


Exterior Dimensions: 22″H X 13.5W X 9″D l Hard Case Interior Dimensions: 21.5”H X 12.5”W X 5.5”D l Weight: 8.5 lbs



The Nylon Camps Bay


This bag features ballistic nylon, full-grain Italian leather accents and brass hardware. Like the original Camps Bay, it’s designed to hold a camera with a 70-200mm f2.8 lens attached and seven addition lenses along with most 17 inch laptops. It will cost $409 when it launches.



Exterior Dimensions: 17″H X 13″W X 6.5″D l Interior Dimensions: 16.5”H X 11”W X 5”D l Weight: 4.4 lbs


The Nylon Brixton


Like the other two bags, this one features ballistic Nylon, brass hardware and Italian leather accents. We’re sure it’s bound to be one of the favorites of the group and can hold a 13 inch laptop with no problems. When it launches, it will cost $279.



Exterior Dimensions: 13.5″L X 10.5″H X 5″D I Interior Dimensions: 13″L X 9″H X 5″D l Weight: 3.1 lbs

Chris Gampat

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