Kata KT DW-491

Kata KT DW-491 is camera bag to carry a compact digital SLR camera with lenses and accessories. The bag features Rain cover – The provided elements cover will protect your valuable equipment during rainy and extremely dusty conditions includes TST Rib provides discreetly structured protection, where it counts and Shoulder Strap – Ergonomic, so it fits your exact shoulder grade for optimal carrying angle also this bag is compatible with the Kata EPH system which will allow you to connect additional bags. The Kata KT DW-491 has exterior size 12.2 x 5.5 x 6.7″ (21 x 14 x 17cm) (LxWxH), interior size 6.3 x 4.7 x 5.9″ (16 x 12 x 15cm) (LxWxH), and weighs 1.2 lbs (526g).

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

User Opinions

Kata KT DW-491 User Reviews

It is just what I was looking for
“I was worried a bout the size, but it is perfect for my stuff. I can carry my Canon Rebel Xsi, 1 basic kit of lens, one extra battery, baterry charger, extra memmory card, cables and it is watterproof
One thing that really love is that it doesn’t look like a Camera bag, it is discrete enough and it can be used on the shoulder or on the waist”
– By Rafael Lopez
Rating: ★★★★★

Great Camera/Camcorder Waist Pack
“….On my travels, I have had to use the accompanying rain cover (bright yellow) which is easy to affix to the bag when on your waist. It was easy to put on at the water rides and quick rain showers. It also dries quickly, though it’s not truly waterproof, just resistant. The most unique design to me is the yellow interior. This makes it extremely easy to see inside the bag even in low lightning. Very thoughtful design. The construction is solid, the warranty is 5 years (to life if registered). So with the exception of the annoyance of interfering D-ring loops, this is a very well designed and useful camera bag well worth the money.” – By D-Martin
Rating: ★★★★★

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Features & Specifications

Kata KT DW-491 Features & Specifications

The Kata DW-491 Waist Pack (Black) is designed to carry a compact digital SLR camera with lenses and accessories. The case is made from reinforced Nycore grid exterior fabric with a smooth Yelloop lining and EVA + PE closed-cell foam interior padding. The main compartment will hold the camera in the top grip position with a lens on each side. There are interior and exterior pockets to hold memory cards and other accessories. The included elements rain cover folds neatly away into an integrated pocket.

The waist pack is carried by a padded grip handle, a thick padded waist belt or a removable, adjustable shoulder strap. It is compatible with the EPH system which will allow it to be connected to other bags such as backpacks and torso packs.

* Reinforced Nycore grid exterior
* Smooth Yelloop lining for easy interior viewing
* EVA + PE closed cell foam interior
* TST Rib structured protection
* Duraflex buckles
* Self-healing inverted zippers
* Polypropylene and nylon webbings
* One removable divider

* Two side pockets for extra lenses or accessories
* Two built in pockets for memory cards and batteries
* Elements rain cover folds neatly away into an integrated pocket
* Compatible with the EPH system which will allow it to be connected to other bags such as backpacks and torso packs

Carrying options
* Removable, adjustable shoulder strap
* Padded grip handle
* Thick, padded waist belt

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