Kata KT H-14 GDC

Kata KT H-14 GDC is camera bag for quick access to your film or digital SLR camera and zoom lens set. The bag features Large main compartment with five padded accessory pockets and included media kit, Exterior made of highly durable, waterproof TST (Thermo Shield Technology), and Carry via included shoulder strap, handle or waist belt; compatible with optional S-308 sling carrier. The Kata KT H-14 GDC has exterior size 10.2 x 7.1 x 11.8″ (26 x 18 x 30cm) (LxWxH), interior size 8.7 x 5.3 x 10.2″ (22 x 13.5 x 26cm) (LxWxH), and weighs 1.5 lbs (700g).

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

User Opinions

Kata KT H-14 GDC User Reviews

Fantastic! Just what I needed
“I just got this holster, and I love it. I also have the Kata R-103 that I use to carry almost all of my equipment. I use this holster however for my “light days”. With it, I can bring my D-80 with the 18-135mm bolted on, a 70-300 VR lens, and the SB-800 flash unit with ease. There is enough space to put in a couple of EN-EL3E batteries. It has an pocket where I put my memory cards, and spare flash batteries. With the TST, military standard nylon and internal foam padding, I am assured my gear is safe. It also comes with an all-weather cover that shields the entire holster and equipment from rain or intense heat from the sun. “ – By RollingRocks
Rating: ★★★★★

Quality Bag
“High quality built bag. Kata has the best built soft cases for protection of your expensive gear. I also own the R-102 backpack. This holster can fit a Canon 30D with grip, 70-200 f/2.8L (hood reversed) on the side pocket, 430EX flash (defuser mounted) on the other side pocket, Sigma 10-20(hood reversed) on the bottom of the bag with my camera and EF-S 17-55 IS (hood reversed) mounted. Plus extra batteries, cards, cleaning cloth, filters, etc.” – By Linkz
Rating: ★★★★★

Definitely great for light days
“I too have the Kata R-103 which holds my Canon XSi, HV-30, and 15″ Mac Book Pro which is awesome when I travel. But there are also them light days when it’s not necessary to carry a backpack and all my equipment. The Kata H-14 case is exactly what I was looking for. It holds my XSi w/battery grip and kit lens attached and 17-85mm in one side pocket and my HV-30 camcorder in the other. Highly recommended, Kata is most definitely my number one choice when taking care of my investments.” – By G. Fisher
Rating: ★★★★★

Great choice for travel
“I currently shoot a Nikon d300 and was searching for a bag to carry all my options for shooting. This bag can hold 2 regular zoom lenses (ex. nikon 18-200 and 70-300) and one small lens (ex. nikon 50mm) and flash (ex. sb600) without being over packed. It is heavy but for that much gear what would you expect. If you are thinking about it buy it you will not be disappointed. My only regret is not purchasing it sooner.” – By G. Fisher
Rating: ★★★★★

Kata H-14 GDC Holster Case
“Awesome bag if you just want to cart around a few lenses and camera… Kata’s site states exactly what it does, so check them out too.. I upgraded to Kata R102 bag from this one because I needed more room for added lenses and gear… These people build body armour for the Israeli Army and they certainly know how to build Camera bags.. Personally, I wouldn’t buy any other brand and I’ve seen them all.. “ – By Norman24
Rating: ★★★★★

top quality camera bag
“Kata makes great bags. This was my favorite go-to bag for my 40D & telephoto but I lost to my husband when he started taking his camera on his motorcycle. It fits into the tank bag, and has sufficient protection that there is no worry about camera damage. I have since bought the Kata H16 as I now have a bit more camera – very similar but a bit more room. One aspect of this bg is that the interior is a bright color which makes it extremely easy to find things inside. Just another Kata plus. The bag has both zipper & latch; use either/or. Can be opened one handed for a quick shot. I highly recommend.” – By M. ANNE
Rating: ★★★★★

A must have for an enthusiast level photographer
“I have used it to keep the following at different times: [Combo A] A Canon Rebel XSi + Sigme 70-300mm lens in the main compartment, A Canon 28-105mm lens + a 50mm 1.8 II lens in one side pocket, Lens/body caps + battery charger + cleaning kit in another side pocket, Spare SD card in top sleeve above the camere; [Combo B] (a bit tight, but 50d does fit in there), A Canon 50d + Tammy 17-50mm 2.8 lens in the main compartment, Lens/body caps in one side pocket, battery charger + cleaning kit in another side pocket, Spare CF card in top sleeve above the camera; [Combo C] (My current kit), A Nikon D90 + 18-105mm lens in the main compartment, A Nikon 70-300mm VR lens in one side pocket, Lens/body caps + battery charger + cleaning kit in another side pocket, Spare SD card in top sleeve above the camera; Bonus: It looks great!!” – By Prash Chopra
Rating: ★★★★★

Excellent case for Pentax K20d
“Excellent construction and protection (sturdy material, substantial padding, large YKK zippers and strong stiching), Numerous useful storage pockets for filters, batteries, memory cards, etc. Main compartment easily holds the camera with 50-200mm zoom lens and battery grip, flash and additional zoom/prime lens, Yellow interior makes it easy to find items, Comfortable shoulder strap, Useful rain cover, Fits inside most of my backpacks during camping trips, and Looks cool” – By Mark Prystauk
Rating: ★★★★★

Outstanding, well built, spacious bag
“I bought this bag here on amazon and upon its arrival it was clear that this bag, just like the R-103 series backpack (which i also have), is extremely well made and the build quality is second to none. It provides spacious pockets, accessory battery and flash card holder, all weather reversible cover. One side of the cover is for sun, the other is for rain and other nastiness. The equipment that i managed to fit into it so far Canon 40D with 70-200mm L IS f/2.8 Lens attached in main compartment, Tamron 28-70mm f/2.8 in side pocket, Canon 550 EX flash in the second side pocket, Several filters in the back pocket, Cell Phone, batteries, charger into internal pocket “ – By M. Levant
Rating: ★★★★★

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Kata KT H-14 GDC Expert Reviews

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Features & Specifications

Kata KT H-14 GDC Features & Specifications

The Kata H-14 GDC Holster Case is a 1680 denier ballistic nylon holster case made to carry a digital SLR and accessories. It utilizes the protection of TST materials while allowing for quick access to a digital SLR camera and zoom lens set. The camera is held in place by looping the divider around the lens vertically or positioning it horizontally and creating a bottom compartment for an additional lens or flash unit. The removable media kit holds batteries and memory cards. It has two exterior side pockets and three accessory pockets that will store filters, cleaning kit, light meter, cell phone, PDA and more.

The H-14 case has a double-sided Elements Cover in the lid; black side out in rain, and in sun reverse to the silver side for heat reflection. When wet or dirty, store the cover in its mesh pouch and hang out to dry. It is carried by a handle, a shoulder strap or a 3D-mesh loop for an optional waist belt. The holster features a double closure system; a two-slider zipper and a one-hand operating quick closing buckle.

* 1680 denier ballistic holster case made to carry digital SLR and accessories

* TST (Thermo Shield Technology) provides a level of protection against shock, vibration and impact.

* Removable divider in main compartment

* Flat clear pocket in lid
* Two large outside pouches for zoom lens, flash or water bottle
* Two interior pockets for accessories

* A removable media kit is included; which is a digital organizer for memory cards and spare batteries

* Double-sided Elements Cover is an emergency cover is used to protect your case and equipment in inclement weather: black side out in rain or snow, and in sun reverse to silver for heat reflection.

Carrying Options
* Carry handle
* Removable, adjsutablesShoulder strap
* 3D-mesh wide belt loop

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