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Petrol Bags New Digiback Pack for DSLR Cameras
Posted Oct 18, 2010 Print Version     Page 1of 1

Petrol Bags, a Vitec Group brand, introduces the equipment protection solution for transporting and carrying video-enabled DSLR cameras. The new Digiback DSLR Backpack sports a smart, ergonomic shell design in black 900D and ballistic nylon fabrics and is packed with features designed to offer the ultimate in practicality, convenience, and equipment protection.

The top lid of the Digiback unzips smoothly to reveal an upper compartment contoured to fit a DSLR camera with the lens attached. When outfitted with a telephoto or other extra long lens, the camera can be inserted with the lens in a vertical position. The spacious lower chamber has ample room for accessories. Removable internal dividers help secure contents and create pockets perfect for holding a mattebox, camera plate, follow focus, extra lenses, camera light, spare batteries, viewfinder, and more. There’s even a space for holding a personal computer. The inside contents is cushioned by layers of soft, padded easy-view, brushed polyester.

The Digiback’s integral backpack system is constructed using breathable 3D mesh. Padded shoulder straps and adjustable sternum and waist straps provide correct weight distribution and ensure easier carrying. Cushioned back support is provided for optimal spinal comfort. A unique opening system is designed to protect the backpack system from damage by dirt or extra wear and tear when placed on the ground. Contents are accessible from either side, and a rear zipper completely exposes the pack’s interior. Additional features include double-sided exterior monopockets for additional storage and dual directional easy-glide zippers.

For further information on the Digiback (#PD331) please go to http://www.petrolbags.com

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