Mountainsmith Announces 5 New Camera Bags
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Mountainsmith has launched an assortment of redesigned camera bags for the photographer seeking to capture the experiences in the great outdoors. Designed with the consultation of National Geographic photographer Andy Mann, the new bags offer a better fit through correct load dispersion and serious protection for your photographic equipment. There are five bags in the range including Parallax, Borealis, Spectrum, Descent and Tour FX (pictured). For more information, visit the website below.
Mountainsmith Press Release
Redesigned for 2014, Mountainsmith offers an assortment of comprehensive camera carry solutions for the photographer seeking to capture the experiences in the great outdoors. Coupling 30 years of pack building experience with the consultation of National Geographic photographer Andy Mann, Mountainsmith offer a better fit through correct load dispersion and serious protection for technical photo gear. Featuring unparalleled access and ergonomic ease of use for the photographer, protected with a water-resistant high-tenacity fabric, these bags are just as comfortable at home as they are far off the grid.
Please visit: http://mountainsmith.com/index.php/camera.html?cat=47&#page=1 to learn more and watch videos about the 5 camera carry solutions Andy Mann has created (Parallax, Borealis, Spectrum, Descent, Tour FX)
The #1 choice for National Geographic contributing photographer, Andy Mann. Referred to by the designer as the "photo studio with shoulder straps," The Parallax covers all of your camera carrying needs. The Parallax camera backpack features best in class media organization and an innovative side-access DSLR case that can be deployed and connected to become a chest mounted accessory.
-1880 cu. In.
-Three-point access to camera gear
-Side Panel Access(Deploys chest-mount DSLR case)
-Top Panel Access
-Padded compartment with internal dividers for custom camera carry
-Two front organization pockets including padded laptop sleeve (Fits 17" screens)
-Secondary iPad/Kindle/Tablet sleeve
-Side panel pocket with zip out bottom for tripod and light stand carry
-Padded waist belt with zippered pocket
-Side compression straps for accessory carry and load stabilization
-Dual density shoulder straps with load lifter suspension
-Lens case attachment point
-Removable rain cover