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Domke Adds F-300 Long Lens Bag to Classic Collection
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Domke, a division of The Tiffen Company, has announced the addition of the F-300 Long Lens Bag to its Classic Collection. Back by popular demand from Associated Press Photographers, the F-300 is designed specifically to protect cameras with a 300mm lens attached.


The Domke F-300 is foam padded on all 4 sides. The design allows the camera with attached lens to be stored vertically for faster access. A 45-degree angle zippered main compartment allows quick access and sure handling of the lens barrel. The F-300 has an expandable front pocket with fitted weather flap as well as a rear pocket for accessories.

The adjustable 2" Gripper Shoulder Strap consists of twin tracks of high-friction rubber that are woven into the thickest, toughest cotton webbing so that it clings to the shoulder and runs completely around the bag for extra support. There’s also hook and loop straps on the side to hold a monopod. A reinforced carrying handle is yet another assurance of protection for your valuable lens.

Made of soft, supple, heavyweight cotton canvas, this material breathes, minimizing the risk of condensation. Its smooth, soft texture is friendly to both equipment and clothing. The fabric is naturally water-resistant, and includes a repellent treatment in the dying process for an extra measure of protection.

Strong, easy-glide YKK zippers complete the F-300 lens bag for protection and durability. Available in black only.

Domke bags are the preferred choice of the White House Photographer’s Association.

www.tiffen.com

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