Organizing the 335: Superflex Inserts & Delta Pockets
I’ve separated the use of Superflex Inserts and Delta Pockets from the main article on the Billingham 335, as they are an additional expense, above and beyond the price of the bag.
The 335 does include two Superflex Inserts and a flap, with the purchase of the bag. But to truly optimize the interior space to the sizes and shapes of your personal gear, you’ll likely have to buy additional Superflex Inserts.
Additional Superflex Inserts & Delta Pocket
By optimum, I mean the ability to balance the need to carry all of your equipment in a limited amount of space, while having fast access to all of your essential gear during assignment. Ideally, having the most important lenses for that type of assignment already mounted on one or two bodies, so it’s ready to shoot.
Billingham 335: Long-Lived Classic Camera Bag
Billingham 335 Camera Bag
Billingham camera bags have been manufactured since 1979, six years after the company was founded, when it initially made fishing and game bags. They are some of the best-made bags in the world. The company uses first class materials, the build quality is superb, the bags are highly water-resistant and, despite a few quirks, the designs are mostly functional.
The Billingham 335 lineage can be traced back to a bag that was released in ’79, and has evolved over the decades. Today, it remains as one of the most popular models of their entire line. It has significantly more carrying capacity than their other popular model, the Hadley Pro.