Introducing the Axis, Tenba’s Toughest Camera Backpacks
Take your photography and videography equipment with you to the most testing environments in the Tenba Axis Backpacks, one of Tenba’s toughest camera backpacks to date. The Tenba Axis Backpacks are available in 3 sizes – 20L, 24L & 32L - and are available from 5th October via selected Tenba stockists.
Tenba Press Release
The NEW Tenba Axis Backpacks are your key to confidence on any adventure - take your photography and videography equipment with you to the most testing environments, with one of Tenba’s toughest camera backpacks to date.
Inspired by their ultra-durable bags made for military maneuvers, Tenba has launched a brand new series of super-tough backpacks designed to keep camera gear protected even in the most extreme conditions.
These new super robust packs are ideal for seasoned pro photographers and videographers, as well as for those just starting to explore their creativity at a more adventurous level.
The Tenba Axis Backpacks are available in 3 sizes – 20L, 24L & 32L
The new backpacks are manufactured from uncompromising materials and hardware – featuring a specially-coated hydrophobic exterior for maximum water repellence, YKK ® zippers and clips, and heavily reinforced stitching. The Tenba Axis Tactical Backpacks even come with a 5-year warranty!
For the ultimate in comfort, the Axis Tactical packs also feature a new and exclusive fully-adjustable airflow harness – allowing the pack to be fitted precisely to virtually any torso size. Key features include:
FEATURES & BENEFITS
3-Point Camera Access —
Exchange camera gear through the side, top or rear of the bag. Side Access for quick camera removal while wearing
the bag, Top Access to work out of the bag within a small footprint, and Rear Access to get at all
your gear at once.
Height-Adjustable Airflow Harness —
Tenba’s specially-developed harness can be customised to fit virtually any torso size, and allows easy, micro adjustments to the strap height. Perforated foam and ventilated mesh combine to keep air flowing on hot days.
Supportive hip belt is
removable to streamline the bag.
Reflective MOLLE Webbing — Allows limitless expandability with Tenba Tools Lens Capsules, Battery Pouches and Memory Card Wallets, as well as military
-standard pouches and accessories. Tenba’s MOLLE webbing includes a subtle thread that is highly reflective to ensure safety
when walking or riding a bike near cars at night.
Front Organising Pocket —
Plenty of space for cables, batteries
and other accessories, and deep enough to fit a rain jacket or other oversized camera gear.
Padded Laptop Sleeve —
Located inside the rear access panel, the protective sleeve fits
a laptop up to 15 inches in the 20L, or a 17-inch laptop in the 24L and 32L.
Tripod Compatible —
Dual MOLLE-compatible straps and a built-in reinforced cup allow the secure attachment of virtually any size tripod.
Two mirrorless, DSLR or cine cameras with lenses as long as 300mm 2.8 in the 20L pack and 400mm 2.8 in the 24L and 32L packs. Also fits DJI Mavic and other compact drones.
Rain Cover —
Added layer of protection in wet weather conditions. Removable so it can be washed and/or dried when needed.
The Tenba Axis backpacks are available in black, in three sizes:
Tenba Axis Tactical 20L Backpack – UK SRP £180.00
Ideal for 1-2 Mirrorless or DSLR cameras with 5-7 lenses, up to 300mm f2.8. Also, an excellent choice for DJI Mavic and other compact drone systems.
28cm (w) x 47cm (h) x 15cm (D)
30cm (w) x 50cm (h) x 22cm (D)
Tenba Axis Tactical 24L – UK SRP £200.00
Suitable for 1-2 Mirrorless or DSLR cameras with 6-8 lenses, including up to 400mm
29cm (w) x 49cm (h) x 17cm (D)
32cm (w) x 51cm (h) x 24cm (D)
Tenba Axis Tactical 32L – UK SRP £225.00
The largest capacity, great for 1-2 Mirrorless or DSLR cameras with 7-9 lenses, up to 400mm f2.8
32cm (w) x 54cm (h) x 17cm (D)
35cm (w) x 57cm (h) x 25cm (D)
The Tenba Axis Tactical backpacks are available from 5th October via selected Tenba stockists.
For more information visit https://tenbatough.tenba-bags.... (live from 1st October 2018)