This was posted 1 year 2 months 13 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

  • out of stock

Agva Camera Bag $4.95 (Was $29.99) Delivered @ Australia Post Online


On Sale.

The Agva Camera Bag is lightweight, durable and easy to carry. Its memory foam interior protects all your delicate gadgets, including cameras.

Memory foam interior
Great for keeping delicate items safe
Dimensions (L x W x H):
58.6 X 35.2 X 10 cm
0.15 kg

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  • +2

    Got one, not sure why! Thanks OP.

    • Ye, those dimensions are very odd.
      Dimensions (L x W x H):
      58.6 X 35.2 X 10 cm

      It's like chunky back pack dimensions except for height…
      I'm expecting it to be DSLR size.

  • +1

    Purchased 1 thanks

  • +1

    Same, Who know might come handy for something someday :D

  • +1

    Thanks OP, bought

  • +1

    Thanks op

  • +1

    Same here, don't know why but ordered one! Thanks Op!

  • +1

    for more pics and size reference

    • +1

      The dimensions specified in Auspost website (58.6 X 35.2 X 10 cm) would indicate the item is much larger than the item on your ebay link.

      • these dimensions are very likely to be fantasist.. 58x35cm is the size of an old VHS recorder :)

        curious to see what size turns up…

        • +1

          It is shaped like a DSLR camera bag.
          I have one it is 18.5L/across 9W-Deep/Thick 21H
          The given dimensions might fit a flat packed backpack, probably just an aberration.

  • +1

    just what i needed. hope it's the right size for my mirrorless sony alpha.

  • +1

    Purchased 2 thanks.

  • +5

    The amount of money I save using ozbargain < the amount of money i spend buying crappy stuff of ozbargain

  • +2

    Don't have a camera. Bought one anyway. Don't forget Cashreward

  • +1

    Thanks OP - Yeah those dimensions sounds big for the image provided. Ah well purchased anyway

  • +1

    this one seems big enough to carry my cat

  • +2

    It was bundled with a Canon point and shot last year, for size comparison.

  • +1

    i have absolutely no need for this.

    with that said, in for 1.

    I hate you, but thanks OP. its hard to pass up good deals. lol.

  • +1

    Don't have a DSLR or any need… But I bought one

    • +2

      Just use it as a bum bag, there is no look so stylish that it can't be improved by adding a bum bag.

      • That's ok, will just use it for camping trips

  • Damn it, just spent $107 on a Lowepro a week ago!

    • +2

      Hand in your ozbargain badge

  • Is Agva a knock-off brand of Agfa?

  • +1

    Thanks OP, already have 6 bags.. what's one more to the collection!

    • So I'm not the only one guilty of buying so many bags… I'm so tempted to get the Kathmandu Transfer in grey too, but I have way too many bags…

  • OOS :(

    • I can still add to cart. When does it say OOS for you?

      • +1

        Back in stock now

      • At the front. Cant even add to cart as oos.

        Tried again just now.

        • sold out again then

  • +1

    Received mine today. Much smaller than expected, definitely not the dimensions posted on the website.

    W14 x D10 x H13.5

    Picture for reference, half decent case to carry a small lens or small bottle of hand sanitiser?

    • Yeah, quiet disappointed as well. Anyone missing out is definitely not missing out much at all. Small, poor quality, not as pictured. Can barely fit my x100V and seems like the zipper will break in a month or two. I would not pay $5 let alone rrp $30.

      • Just received mine too.
        Wonder if we can complain about false advertising….

        Link is gone and I can't seem to find my order confirmation!

    • I was judging the size based on the photo from here:

      I'm now skeptical that photo is scaled to size.

      Couldn't fit a D90 with my smallest lens:

      Will have to relegate this to more mundane duties.

  • Collected mine today. 1/2 descent, just fits my mirrorless Sony A6000 with a 16-50mm lens, wouldn't fit anything bigger!
    Very misleading info from AusPost indeed

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