Stroppa Has a Handcrafted Battery and Memory Card Case For Photographers

 

Have you ever wanted to just grab your kit and go, keeping things minimal with maybe a camera, lens, and not much else? It can be nice to do that now and then, but you always run the risk of leaving without an extra battery or memory card – and we all know how bad it sucks when that happens and you need it. Stroppa made a handcrafted leather memory and battery carrying case that can easily slip into a pocket or car console, so you always have them with you.

Designed to make organizing and managing both your memory cards and batteries easier than ever, the Stroppa case comes in four variations, with capacities ranging from one battery and one memory card up to four batteries and four memory cards. The simple leather pouches could easily fit into a coat pocket, car console, or backpack pouch, making always having an extra battery and memory card on you a simple endeavor.

Hand stitched with a classic and durable saddle stitch technique, and crafted with natural leather and scratch resistant finish, the Stroppa is sure to offer your batteries and memory cards a solid and protective home while you are out and about.

Currently, the Stroppa is available for both the Fujifilm NP-W126 battery and the Leica Q BP-DC12 batteries, with more battery size compatibility coming soon. They do note that they are capable of taking special requests for camera batteries they don’t currently offer, and there is no additional fee, just a slightly longer delivery window so they can design and manufacture the cut dies. No doubt Sony, Canon, and Nikon batteries are likely coming soon.

If you are interested in picking one up, you can grab them directly from the Stroppa website where they start at $43 for the single version to $60 for the quad version.

Anthony Thurston

Anthony is a Portland, Oregon based Boudoir Photographer specializing in a dark, moody style that promotes female body positivity, empowerment, and sexuality. Besides The Phoblographer, he also reviews gear and produces his own educational content on his website.