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ONA Prince Street Camera Messenger Bag (Black, Waxed Canvas)

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ONA Prince Street Camera Messenger Bag (Black, Waxed Canvas)
Key Features
  • Holds DSLR, 2 Lenses, 11" Laptop/Tablet
  • Streamlined Back Pocket
  • Front Flap, Antique Brass Buckle Closure
  • Dual Front Pouches
Designed to hold a DSLR, rangefinder, or mirrorless camera with an attached lens, plus two extra lenses, the black Prince Street Camera Messenger Bag from ONA also has room for an 11" laptop or tablet. It offers a streamlined back pocket for documents, magazines, or thin books, and dual front pouches for accessories, such as your smartphone, memory cards, or batteries. The bag has a fold-over front flap secured by two belt-like straps with antique brass buckle closures.
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ONA Prince Street Overview

Designed to hold a DSLR, rangefinder, or mirrorless camera with an attached lens, plus two extra lenses, the black Prince Street Camera Messenger Bag from ONA also has room for an 11" laptop or tablet. It offers a streamlined back pocket for documents, magazines, or thin books, and dual front pouches for accessories, such as your smartphone, memory cards, or batteries. The bag has a fold-over front flap secured by two belt-like straps with antique brass buckle closures.

Padded interior dividers allow you to customize the organization and placement of your gear to your liking. Convenient rain-diverting side flaps keep your valuable equipment protected from the elements. The Prince Street is carried via the adjustable shoulder strap with comfort pad, or the slim and removable top grab handle. It's handcrafted from water-resistant waxed canvas with full-grain leather details, for durability and style.

Room for a DSLR, rangefinder, or mirrorless camera with attached lens, two extra lenses, plus an 11" laptop or tablet.
Streamlined back pocket for documents, magazines, or thin books.
Dual front pouches for accessories, such as your smartphone, memory cards, or batteries.
Fold-over front flap secured by two belt-like straps with antique brass buckle closures.
Padded interior dividers allow you to customize the organization and placement of your gear to suit your needs or preferences.
Rain-diverting side flaps keep your valuable equipment safe in inclement weather.
Carried via the adjustable shoulder strap with comfort pad or the slim, removable top grab handle.
Handcrafted from water-resistant waxed canvas with full-grain leather details, for durability and style.
UPC: 685987706918

ONA Prince Street Specs

Carry/Transport OptionsHandle, Shoulder Strap
ColorBlack
Type of ClosureFlap with Clasp Buckle
Laptop/Tablet CompartmentSingle Compartment: Fits 11" Laptop
Interior TypeInsert with Adjustable Dividers (Hook & Loop), Empty
Number of Dividers2
Monopod/Tripod HolderNo
Security LockNone
Environmental
IP RatingNone
General
MaterialsExterior: Canvas (Waxed)
Padded InteriorNo
DimensionsExterior
12.5 x 10 x 4.5" / 31.8 x 25.4 x 11.4 cm
Interior
12 x 9 x 4" / 30.5 x 22.9 x 10.2 cm
Weight3.3 lb / 1.5 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.17 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)14 x 12.35 x 6.65"

ONA Prince Street Reviews

3 years and going

By Mandy
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-05-11

I've had this bag for 3 years now and while it hasn't been very far in the last couple years, it made some serious miles in 2019. I absolutely loved it when I got it and still do. Looking forward to making some more miles soon.

Top Class

By Jonathan
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-17

Really one of the best bags I've ever had in the past 15 years. Top-quality. Fits my Canon R6 without a grip with a 50mm mounted and still room for another lens and battery etc.

Ona Prince Street perfect bag.

By Mark
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-29

The craftsmanship of this bag is superb, comfortable on my shoulder and looks great.

Upgrade from my bowery

By Stephanie
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-26

been using the bowery for years and felt it was finally time to upgrade to a bigger bag. Love the look of this bag and it's so much roomier than I expected.

Gorgeous Bag

By Lorne
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-20

In keeping with the review title, I reiterate that it is gorgeous in look, feel and smell. That's great but it's also the kind of bag that may well have STEAL ME written all over it. It's a little smaller than I had expected but it seems to be able to expand to accommodate most of the equipment I'd want to carry in it. It's not for the professional packing large zoom lenses and telephotos but for my Leica and Sony A6000 series bodies and lenses it's fine. Just keep an eye on it when you put it down in public.

Perfect size for ipad pro 12.9

By weiming
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-10-04

The bag can handle ipad pro 12.9 with case and apple pencil.

Perfect indiscreet camera bag

By Karl
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-02-28

I really love this bag. Carry around a Hasselblad 907X CFV II 50C with a 45P lens on... And can spaciously place two other prime lenses in the bag with this camera, and even squeeze in a 13" MacBook Pro in the back with room to spare. For wondering around cities, it's indiscreet and allows me easy access to the camera when needed. No one really notices this bag when it's slung over my shoulder, which is a great way to carry 14,000 worth of gear around without drawing attention. The leather handle is rugged and allows me to snatch up the bag when in a hurry to catch the tube. Plus, if not needed, it can be removed easily. Was out in a heavy down pour in Wales the other day for 15 minutes while walking from the car to my place of residence, and the waxed canvas like material did a good job at keeping the water out of the bag and off the camera. The cunning flaps at the side help keep out any rain from entering the side. That aside, I did notice the back pocket (where I kept a USB-C cable) did get a bit of water in it. Not enough to soak through the inner material, but enough so I wouldn't wonder around the city for an hour in a torrential downpour and expect this bag to keep dry. That said, I have yet to test this assumption. My only two gripes with this bag is that the front pockets, while they can easily hold three batteries and store lens caps and a filter in, there's not a lot of room for the charger. Perhaps they could have made these front pockets slightly bigger? Also, the Hasselblad and two additional prime lenses are heavy and, while a shoulder pad is provided, it's not great, especially when slinging the bag around to one's front when wearing it so one can get the camera out. What I did was cut the supplied pad off and put on a chocolate coloured Billingham SP40 Shoulder Pad. Now I am happy with the bag, as it doesn't cut into my shoulder and I can walk the city at night for hours taking shots without drawing attention to my activities.

Great with a few issues

By Homer
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-24

Let's first address the obvious: you can get a good bag for a lot less money then this. That said, you can get a good camera for a lot less then a Leica so that's our market here. I have a Leica and this bag and am fine with what I paid. Now that's out of the way..It's a great bag. It holds a good amount for a walk around and is very well padded. In my opinion, it's too thickly padded and that's actually an issue. In the 6 years I've owned it, it still doesn't feel broken in but more like a box on my hip. The other issue I have with this bag is that the strap doesn't adjust properly. If you tighten it to a normal length the pad gets in the way of the buckle. I'm 6' but my 5'4" girlfriend has the same issue so I'd say this was a design problem. I basically just use it with the shoulder pad on my chest. Haven't brought myself to cutting it off but I probably should. Other then those real issues, I still love this thing and use it a good amount. I generally keep an M6, extra lens or two and my other pocket dump in here and use it as a walk around bag but it's also large enough to hold a dslr and lens or even my hasselblad 500 with room to spare. It's a very attractive bag and the leather is the real star here. Comparing it to some of the other "genuine" or even "full grain" leather bags, there is an obvious difference. This has a depth, hand feel and character to it that you only find in higher end products.

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