TODAY’S PATENT – VEST FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS
There are various forms of jackets and vests specifically designed for hunters, carpenters, and fishermen, but very few are designed to be used by serious photographers. In today’s patent, we will discuss
Stephen R. Quayle’s invention, “Vest for photographers” (US4241459A), patented by the USPTO on 30th December 1980.
The present invention relates to a vest to be used by photographers. The main intention behind this is that a serious photographer often is required to carry a considerably large number of individual equipment and accessory pieces than either a hunter, a carpenter, or a fisherman. Accordingly, there is a need for a vest-type structure specifically adapted to contain and protectively support different forms of photographic equipment.
The main objective behind this invention is to provide a vest for the photographers where the compartments consist of defining portions that are substantially fully padded. It is a simple, easy, and long-lasting invention.