Aquapac Stormproof SLR Camera Pouch

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Aquapac Stormproof SLR Camera PouchHave more fun on your adventures with this Aquapac Stormproof SLR Camera Pouch. This bag is specifically designed to be used with SLR cameras and their lenses. It is made of tough 420D PU-Coated Nylon and high-frequency welded seams in order to be very durable and last for a long time. It has a very convenient handle that you can use to carry it with just one hand. It has foam padding to keep your camera safe wherever you take. You can use its integral lash tab to lash it down. You can take it with you while jogging, biking, on water adventures, and a lot more. Plus, a one year warranty ensures that you get a high quality product. Plus, its roll-down seal is great at keeping out mud, or spray on a kayak. Go on your adventure with peace of mind with this Aquapac Stormproof SLR Camera Pouch.

- SunnySports

The rugged, waterproof Aquapac(R) Stormproof(TM) Padded SLR Camera Pouch protects your SLR camera from water, weather and minor impacts. Take your camera with you and leave the worries behind.Foam padding protects your camera from minor knocks and bumps.The roll-down seal keeps out rain, mud and spray. (Not recommended for submersion.)The included adjustable strap lets you carry your camera over the shoulder, around your neck or at the waist.The integrated lash tab is perfect for lashing this waterproof camera case to a kayak deck, canoe or raft. Like most Aquapac Cases it'll float if you drop it in the drink.Seams are high-frequency welded to form a super strong waterproof bond.This case withstood Testing: Protected against heavy seas/temporary flooding - Water projected at all angles through a 12.5mm nozzle at a flow rate of 100 liters per minute at a pressure of 100kN/m2 for 3 minutes from a distance of 3 meters