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Cosyspeed Streetomatic Street Hunters promo cover

If you’d like to own a piece of rare Streethunters.net memorabilia you need to make sure you check this out! As regular readers of Streethunters.net, you’re probably already familiar with Cosyspeed, a manufacturer of innovative hip holster camera bags for mirrorless cameras (and more recently DSLRs) that are perfectly suited for street photographers. Cosyspeed and Street Hunters enjoy a fantastic ongoing relationship stretching back over several years, beginning in 2014 when we reviewed an early edition of the Camslinger Camera Bag for street photography, and continuing with Cosyspeed offering prizes for the lucky winners of our street photography monthly theme contests throughout the whole year of 2016, as well as sponsoring a variety of our street hunts, including those in Hamburg, Germany, Istanbul, Turkey, and London, England. The close relationship between Streethunters.net and Cosyspeed continues to this day, as Cosyspeed are the sponsors of the 3rd Annual Street Hunters meeting in London on the 25th of August this year, which includes both a film street photography workshop and a flash street photography workshop! So, just how can you get your hands on your very own limited edition camera bag that celebrates the partnership between our two brands? Read on for more…

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Cosyspeed Streetomatic Street Hunters Edition 1

We’ve got some very exciting news for all you Street Hunters readers! We’re delighted to announce the arrival of the first ever official Street Hunters product collaboration, the COSYSPEED Camslinger Streetomatic Street Hunters Special Edition! We’ve partnered up with COSYSPEED, manufacturers of the ‘The Fastest Camera Bag in the World’ for a very special street photographers’ camera bag. Read on for more…

Winner of the neck ties competition


Dear Streethunters.net Readers,

June 2016 has come to an end. It is time to announce the winner of the June 2016 Monthly Theme Contest!

The theme of the contest was “Neck Ties” and we had asked you all to send in photos that had been shot from a very low angle. You responded by sending in 9 amazing photographs! Thank you all for submitting your lovely work!

As per the rules of the contest, the 3 editors of the Streethunters.net website Andrew Sweigart, Digby Fullam and myself, chose one photo each. The next step was to select the very best one of the three and present it here to you.

So, the lucky winner of the June 2016 Monthly Theme Contest is Lucia Laura Esposto and this is her photograph.

Street Hunters Contest - January 2016

Hello Streethunters.net Readers!

As mentioned in previous post “Announcing the New Monthly Theme Contest Rules”, this year we have made some changes to the contests that we have every month. The new rules are also included in this post and will be included in each contest post from now on. For your convenience, here are the new rules:


So, from now on, you will be asked to submit your photos, just as you always did but we will not select the TOP 10 and share them with you so you can vote for your favourite. What we will do is share ALL photos with you and we will then each pick a personal favourite photo. Andrew will pick one, Digby will pick one and I will pick one. Those 3 photos will be the month’s finalists and they will be announced sometime in the middle of each month. 10-15 days later, we will announce the winning photo of the 3 finalists and we will also write the reason why that photo has one. For example it has an amazing composition, or terrific light, etc.

So, now it is time for the Monthly Theme Contest for January 2016! The Monthly Theme Contests are a fun activity that anyone can participate in! Every month we choose a Theme. What we ask is for you, our StreetHunters.net Readers to participate by each sending to us a Street Photograph at streethunters.net@gmail.com based on that Monthly Theme. So for example if the theme is Silhouettes, then we would like you to each send a photo with a Silhouette moment. Your photo can be taken any time in history, we don’t mind, as long as it has been taken by you and nobody else.

CAMSLINGER 160 Street Edition Submissions Closed


A while back we reviewed the Cosyspeed CAMSLINGER bag which we liked! We thought it was a high quality product, useful for Street Photographers. During our review we made some suggestions that we asked Cosyspeed to take into consideration. One of those suggestions was an all black CAMSLINGER for Street Photographers! This product is now a reality! Cosyspeed revealed it at Photokina this year and it has been received well. I am certainly psyched about it!

To celebrate the new CAMSLINGER, Cosyspeed asked us to hold a special Street Photography contest for you the Street Hunters Readers. The winner of the contest will win a brand new CAMSLINGER 160 Street edition! How cool is that!?

Cosyspeed suggested that the idea for the contest should be ours, so Andrew and myself thought about it and came up with one that we think will be loads of fun! We shared our idea with Cosyspeed and they loved it! So here it is!

Cosyspeed Camslinger 105


Dear StreetHunters.net Readers, this is the first official review that we are writing and the lucky product that will be reviewed is the Cosyspeed Camslinger Camera Bag. Since we haven’t done any reviews ever before and we have no experience writing one what so ever, please understand that we might not do a perfect job on the first go. What is important though is that we will write the Cosyspeed Camslinger Camera Bag review objectively, based on the experience after using it for nearly one month in the streets. It is imperative that you, our Readers receive our honest opinion. We think it is equally important for the product makers to get an honest opinion also.

In this review, we will examine the Cosyspeed Camslinger Camera Bag from different aspects and we will look at various factors that make it the product it is. So, here is the list of things we will look at / examine in our review:

  1. Size / Weight
  2. Varieties
  3. Product quality
  4. Durability
  5. Ergonomy (usability & comfort combined)
  6. Selling point
  7. Price / Value for money

For each point we examine, we will give the bag a grade from 1 to 10. So for example if we like the size we will give it an 8 or 9 or 10. If we don’t, we will give it a 2 or 3 or 4 and so on and so forth. At the end, we will add up the points, divide them by the number of things we examined and get an average score. Of course one important thing you should take into account is that we will look at this product from a Street Photographer’s perspective only. So let’s get to it!