Kata Pro-Light FlyBy-76

Kata Pro-Light FlyBy-76 is camera bag to protect and organize a large amount of gear such as 2 to 4 DSLR camera bodies with 8-10 lenses (up to 600 mm), flash and many other photo accessories. The bag features TST (Thermo Shield Technology) rib structure provides protective zones for the camera, Aeriform foam is perforated super light laminated and reinforced EVA and EPE foams; Specially formed, foam encased, spring steel Spine Guard for ultimate structural protection; Honeycomb panels are formed and shaped rigid honeycomb reinforcement panels, etc. The Kata Pro-Light FlyBy-76 has exterior size 22 x 14.6 x 10 (56 x 37 x 25.5cm) (LxWxH), interior size 20.5 x 13 x 8.7″ (52 x 33 x 22cm) (LxWxH), Computer area: 20.5 x 1.6 x 13″ (52 x 4.0 x 33cm) (LxWxH), and weighs 10.5 lbs (4.8kg).

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


User Opinions

Kata Pro-Light FlyBy-76 User Reviews

The right tool for the job
“Since I often shoot my MK III 1ds tethered to a 17″ macbookpro, I wanted a camera case I can check on the plane which would hold everything I can’t afford to loose on a shoot. This case holds 4 lenses, a backup 5DII body, batteries, cards, Expodisk, computer, cables, Hoodman loupe, light meter, color meter, model and property releases and misc items.” – By focalman
Rating: ★★★★★

Small but fits a lot of gear
“This rolling case it’s just what I need: small with plenty of room; light and very configurable.
I can easily fit all the gear necessary for weddings, even a zip disk, and there is still room left over. Some rolling cases does not allow to remove the wheels, and sometimes this can be an inconvenient, but not the FlyBy76.”
– By MArc
Rating: ★★★★★

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Features & Specifications

Kata Pro-Light FlyBy-76 Features & Specifications

The Kata Pro-Light FlyBy-76 Rolling Case (Black) is a sleek, low profile On Board professional organizer designed to provide the best traveling, storage and working solutions. The bag is made from lightweight, durable Ripstop nylon and polyester mesh exterior, with a TST (Thermo Shield Technology) rib structure that provides protective zones for the camera where it will most likely be impacted by shock, vibration and Aeriform foam that is made of perforated super light laminated and reinforced EVA and EPE foams. It is also has additional protection from a specially formed, foam encased, spring steel Spine Guard and Honeycomb rigid panels that are formed and shaped. The Yelloop interior is a bright yellow material for viewing the contents with ease and attaching any optional Modi-Vers dividers. The modular interior allows removal of various components that are not necessary for a specific shoot.

The Pro-Light FlyBy-76 bag has a main compartment that will protect and organize a large amount of gear such as 2 to 4 D-SLR camera bodies with 8-10 lenses (up to 600mm), flash and many other photo accessories, that is partitioned with modular Aeriform dividers. Along the back panel is a full length Elasto-Guard 17″ laptop compartment which when not in use just flattens out of the way. Travel documents and personal effects can be stored in the front flat external pocket. A Sneak-a-peek name tag holder discreetly located name tag pulls out when identification is required. Two tripod connecting straps can be attached to the front of the case. The bag is transported by vertical and horizontal handles, a removable, adjustable GSS Gecko shoulder strap and an included DTS Insertrolley attaches for wheel along transportation.

Construction
* Lightweight, durable Ripstop nylon and polyester mesh exterior
* TST (Thermo Shield Technology) rib structure provides protective zones for the camera where it will most likely be impacted by shock, vibration
* Aeriform foam is perforated super light laminated and reinforced EVA and EPE foams
* Specially formed, foam encased, spring steel Spine Guard for ultimate structural protection
* Honeycomb panels are formed and shaped rigid honeycomb reinforcement panels
* Toblerone shock absorbers are made from synthetic thermo-rubber that absorbs shocks and protects the case from abrasion, dirt, mud and standing water
* Yelloop interior is a bright yellow material for viewing the contents with ease and it can attach optional Modi-Vers dividers
* Spider Webbing Straps are thin and narrow nylon and Polypropylene straps; that are super strong and durable
* Modular Aeriform dividers will comfortably organize additional lenses and accessories
* Recessed Duraflex buckles are reduce surface buckles for extra light functionality
* Zipper closure

On Board
Meets current FAA specifications for carry-on luggage

Compartments
* Main compartment will protect and organize a large amount of gear such as 2 to 4 D-SLR camera bodies with 8-10 lenses (up to 600mm), flash and many other photo accessories, that is partitioned with modular Aeriform dividers
* Along the back panel is a full length Elasto-Guard 17″ laptop compartment which when not in use just flattens out of the way

Two tripod connecting straps can be attached to the front of the case

Pockets
* Travel documents and personal effects can be stored in the front flat external pocket
* Sneak-a-peek name tag holder discreetly located name tag pulls out when identification is required

Carrying options
* Vertical and horizontal handles
* Removable, adjustable GSS Gecko shoulder strap
* Included DTS Insertrolley attaches for wheel along transportation


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