M-Rock Double Access Camera Bags Launch in USA

September 12, 2012 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Accessories | 0 Comments |
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In early October 2012 M-Rock’s new line of camera bags, camcorder bags, lens bags, sling-backpacks and accessory items will be arriving in the USA, featuring the original Double Access Camera Bags. The company’s top and front opening Double Access Notebook Camera Bags 5000 series consists of four sizes; The Cascade 5020 for compact system cameras with a MSRP of $100, The Glacier 5040 and Grand Canyon 5060 for a regular SLR camera body with MSRPs of $107 and $112 respectively and the Everglades 5080 for a Pro SLR Camera or a regular SLR camera with battery grip attached with a MSRP of $118. The Cascade 5020 and Glacier 5040 include a rear pocket that can hold an iPad sized tablet and the larger Grand Canyon 5060 and Everglades 5080 can hold a small notebook.

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In early October 2012 M-ROCK’s new line of camera bags, camcorder bags, lens bags, sling-backpacks and accessory items will be arriving in USA, featuring the original Double Access Camera Bags.

M-ROCK’s top and front opening Double Access Notebook Camera Bags 5000 series consists of four sizes; The Cascade 5020 for compact or mirror-less SLR cameras with a MSRP of $100, The Glacier 5040 and Grand Canyon 5060 for a regular SLR camera body with MSRPs of $107 and $112 respectively and the Everglades 5080 for a Pro SLR Camera or a regular SLR camera with battery grip attached with a MSRP of $118. All four bags come with the same divider configuration and can hold one camera body with a minimum of two lenses and a flash. The stand out feature is the top or front access into the camera bags. The top access works best when carrying and accessing the bag from above, and the front access is ideal with the bag back down on a table top. The Cascade 5020 and Glacier 5040 include a rear pocket that can hold an iPad sized tablet and the larger Grand Canyon 5060 and Everglades 5080 can hold a small notebook.

The bags are light weight but built to last with the closed cell foam reinforced with plastic panels for strong impact protection. The bags include a rain jackets, a lens cloth, useful pockets with a snap hook for keys. The rubber label has a small opening to thread headphone wires into the front pocket which has water resistant lining. The bags converts into rollers by attaching M-ROCK’s Modular Cart 7080 handle through the loop behind the bags, where double stacking with another M-ROCK bag is possible. The rear loop makes it possible to slide the bag over the telescope handle of a suite case. The carrying capacity can be quickly increased by attaching any two of the five bags in M-ROCK’s 2000 Series. The bags include one shoulder strap but M-ROCK’s accessory item the 7030 Shoulder Strap and elastic Stability Belt ($18) make it possible to carry the bags as backpacks or harness style. M-ROCK’s Modular Belt 7050 attaches behind the Double Access bags for carrying as comfortable fanny packs. The bags include a five year warranty against manufacturer defects and a 50% credit towards a new bag for defects after five years.

Michael Rockwell established M-ROCK in January of 1995 with the unaltered goal of manufacturing top quality, feature rich and functional camera bags. The latest range featuring the Double Access camera bags and sling-backpacks represents the best of all M-ROCK designs from the last 17 years. Rockwell stopped doing business for an entire year to focus on complete the designs, locating reliable factories and making sure everything is in place for a successful launch.



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