Tenba 632-602 Shootout Small Shoulder Bag

Tenba 632-602 Shootout Small Shoulder Bag is camera bag to carry a D-SLR digital camera, 1-2 lenses, flash and accessories. The bag features Special, weather-sealed zippers keep the elements out, Exclusive WeatherWrap™ cover included – the fastest, easiest auxiliary rain cover around; Water-repellant, dobby/diamond ripstop nylon shell an optimum combination of light weight and durability, and Generously cushioned, ergonomically contoured, shoulder-gripping pad makes carrying even a heavily-loaded bag comfortable and secure. The Tenba 632-602 Shootout Small Shoulder Bag has exterior size 11 x 10 x 8.0″ (28 x 25 x 20cm) (WxHxD), interior size 8.5 x 9.0 x 7.0″ (22 x 23 x 18cm) (WxHxD), and weighs 3.0 lbs (1.36kg).

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


User Opinions

Tenba 632-602 Shootout Small Shoulder Bag User Reviews

Excellent Travel Bag
“I use this bag when traveling light with my D300s and a few DX lenses. It’s just the right size. I use a larger Tenba bag for the D700 and the heavy 2.8 FX lenses.” – By Mike Hilliard
Rating: ★★★★★

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Features & Specifications

Tenba 632-602 Shootout Small Shoulder Bag Features & Specifications

Whether you go out shooting with a camera and a single lens, or full kit with multiple bodies, lenses and a laptop, your needs for protection in adverse conditions are the same – cradle the equipment in a soft enclosure, and keep it dry no matter what. Shootout Shoulder Bags – from the smallest bag to the largest, full-system case – provide outdoor protection you can count on. The Small bag will fit a professional size SLR with a couple of lenses and a flash, and it will even fit a medium format camera like the Mamiya ZD, Phase-One or Hasselblad H3D with an extra lens or two. Weighing only three pounds, the Small bag is an excellent lightweight carrying case.

Features:
* Water-repellent, dobby/diamond ripstop nylon shell – an optimum combination of light weight and durability

* Special, YKK weather-sealed zippers keep the elements out

* Top of the line hardware – including heavy-duty zippers, welded steel D-rings, Duraflex® clips – ensures years of reliable use

* Exclusive WeatherWrap™ cover included – the fastest, easiest auxiliary rain cover around

* Quick-closure straps with side-release clips–use them to temporarily secure the flap when you are shooting and don’t need to zip the bag fully shut

* Fully adjustable, densely-padded divider panels and walls create a “custom-fit,” protective interior layout

* Side pockets have additional compartments for memory cards, batteries, cables, and other accessories

* Clear, plasticized mesh accessory pockets allow easy identification of contents. Vertical zipper design allows easy, “no-spill” access whether flap is facing up or down

* Drop-down front panel with compartments for card reader, phone, music device, and other small accessories

* Side handles double as attachment points for included Media Wallet and Mobile Phone/MP3 Player Pouch, or for other, optional accessories

* Bottom of the rear magazine pocket unzips to slide bag over a luggage/cart handle

* Movable/removable tie-down straps on bottom of bag, perfect for carrying tripod, jacket, or even an umbrella

* Included Media Wallet and Mobile Phone/MP3 Player Pouch feature removable security tethers


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