Matin(www.matin.co.kr) showcased its newly launched bag Ballad-400 at The 25th Seoul International Photo & Imaging Industry Show(P&I 2015), which ran Apr. 16-19.
Matin Ballad-400 has an ample storage room, simple design, with an affordable price. The Ballad Series is very popular in Japan's Yodobashi Camera, and has already become a steady seller in Germany and China.
It is a large-sized bag with W345 x D145 x H245mm, which is large enough to store a flagship camera with a vertical grip attached to it. It can also store a camera with either a 24-70mm or 20-200mm lens attached to it. There is a flap pocket where users can store a tablet PC.
Made with canvas, making it suitable for outdoor activities, and pockets surrounding the bag makes it convenient to put small items without opening the bag. It comes in black and green, and priced at 63,000 won.
Along with Ballad-400, Matin also showcased other camera equipment for visitors try them out.
Since its launch in 1989, P&I made an indispensable contribution to the development of Korea's photo and imaging industry and culture. It is the first trade show in Korea to be approved by the UFI(Union des Foires Internationales), and has been selected as the "Promising Exhibition" by the Ministry of Trade Industry & Energy(MOTIE) for 14 consecutive years. P&I exhibitors will receive global marketing assistance funded by MOTIE.
This year's P&I will be filled by the participation of 150 photo & imaging related companies including the world-class photo equipment companies like Canon, Nikon, Saeki P&C, Sony, Snaps, taking up 700 booths showcasing 300 brands.
AVING News will run a media hotspot at the show and run a product-promotion event "Starshot" for exhibitors that submit promotion application.