Kata KT DC-435

Kata KT DC-435 is camera bag to hold a compact digital SLR with short or built-in zoom lens and accessories. The bag features Two built in pockets for storing media cards and batteries close at hand and easy to access, two spacious side pockets to hold accessories such as charger, cables etc. and one flexible, quick access, external neoprene side pocket Included rain cover folds neatly away into an integrated pocket and can be hung out to dry on the small buckle next to the handle, or tucked away for storage in one of the pockets and has also Carrying options include: sturdy padded grip handle, shoulder strap or rear loops for a waist belt. The Kata KT DC-435 has exterior size 7.8 x 5.11 x 6.8″ (20 x 13 x 17.5cm) (LxWxH), interior size 6.0 x 4.1 x 6.4″ (15.2 x 10.5 x 16.5cm) (LxWxH), and weighs 15.58 oz (442g).

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Overall Rating: ★★★★★ | Latest Price Info


User Opinions

Kata KT DC-435 User Reviews

Very nice
“I wanted a compact camera bag for 1 camera + lens, and maybe an additional lens and some film. This bag is perfect. Compact, well built, nothing excessive. I use it with a Leica MP w/50mm Summilux-M and a 28mm Elmarit-M. There is room for few rolls of film, plus the outside side pocket is good for the cell-phone. If your gear is large, then this is not the right bag, but if you want a small, easy to carry around bag, then this is excellent. Plus it comes with a weather protective cover (for rain/snow/dust).” – By SMK
Rating: ★★★★★

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Features & Specifications

Kata KT DC-435 Features & Specifications

The Kata DC-435 Digital Case is designed to hold a compact digital SLR with short or built-in zoom lens and accessories. It is a comprehensive camera bag which features TST RIB structural protection, and is designed with style to hold and organize your equipment. The main compartment holds the camera in top grip position, while on the two sides you can store and protect lenses, flash or other accessories. There are two built-in pockets for storing media cards and batteries close at hand, two spacious side pockets to hold accessories such as charger, cables etc., and one flexible, quick-access, external neoprene side pocket.

The included Elements Rain Cover folds neatly away into an integrated pocket and can be hung out to dry on the small buckle next to the handle, or tucked away for storage in one of the pockets. Carrying options include a sturdy padded grip handle, a removable, adjustable shoulder strap, and rear loops for a waist belt.

* Digital case made to carry a digital SLR with lens attached, additional lenses or flash, and other accessories,

* The interior has TST RIB structural protection for the equipment.

* The yellow interior enables perfect viewing of contents in the toughest lighting conditions.

* Main compartment with two dividers can be customized to fit specific equipment.

Pockets
* Two built in pockets for storing media cards and batteries close at hand and easy to access
* Two large side pockets to hold accessories such as charger, cables etc.
* One flexible, quick-access, external neoprene side pocket
* The included Elements Rain Cover folds neatly away into an integrated pocket, and can be hung out to dry on the small buckle next to the handle, or tucked away for storage in one of the pockets.

Carrying options
* Sturdy padded grip handle
* Removable, dual-side, adjustable Elasto-Guard padded shoulder strap
* Rear loops for a waist belt.


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