The ONA Savannah Bag is Designed to Fit a Variety of Cameras (And Stuff)

ONA has just announced a brand new camera bag: the ONA Savannah. This is a smaller camera bag not designed to hold a whole lot of stuff and instead really targeted at the photographer who has a small kit on them and worries about the whole editing process at a later time frame. The bag is made of all leather and has a foam padded interior, magnetic closure, and zip pockets.

The ONA Savannah was designed to either be worn over one shoulder or cross body. To that end, it’s also got a very small and thin looking strap. However, when you consider the bag is designed to hold a DSLR and lenses or a mirrorless camera and lenses, then it starts to make a bit more sense. If you remove the interior dividers, you can use the bag as an every day style carrying bag.

Personally, the rounded bottom looks a bit odd to me but I haven’t seen or tried this bag in person. It makes me believe the product is a bit more tailored towards women–which is absolutely perfectly fine. I haven’t seen many camera bags with a round bottom shape. However, I’m sure that considering ONA’s design principles it will get better with age. It’s designed to get worn away and beaten up with everyday use. More photos and tech specs are below. It’ll run you $219 when it launches on Wednesday.

Exterior Dimensions: 8”Hx9”Wx4.5”D

Internal Dimensions: 6”Hx8.5”x3.5”D

Weight: 1.1 lbs

Colors: Black

Chris Gampat

Chris Gampat is the Editor in Chief, Founder, and Publisher of the Phoblographer. He also likes pizza.