Can you ship a camera inside an the shoulder camera bag/case?
If the inside of the camera bag is stiff, and has no shock absorbing material, I do not recommend shipping the camera inside one of these camera bag/cases. The camera must first be wrapped in bubblewrap as described earlier and sealed shut with tape, styrofoam peanuts are then placed inside the camera bag. Now put the camera inside the hardened camera bag/case, seal the camera bag/case, then place that camera bag inside a shipping box with ample styrofoam peanuts all the way around. It’s important that the camera “float” inside of the camera bag/case. If you pack the camera inside the camera bag too tightly the shock absorbing capability of the camera bag will be neutralized, and that is not a good thing. The styrofoam peanuts both inside of the camera bag/case and outside of the camera/bag case allow the camera to “float” during shipping. The odds of someone properly shipping a super-8 camera inside one of these shoulder bags that have the hardened internal supports are very very low