Mountainsmith Zoom Camera Bag
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Free Shipping. Mountainsmith Zoom Pack FEATURES of the Mountainsmith Zoom Pack Clamshell access to camera carrying main compartment (SM) Sized to fit Micro 4/3 and HiZoom Point and Shoot (MD) Sized to fit Micro 4/3 with lens and kit DSLRs Front panel accessory pocket Interior padded compartment with camera carry dividers Accessory pocket under the lid Removable waistbelt Detachable shoulder strap Lens case attachment point (MD) SPECIFICATIONS of the Mountainsmith Zoom Pack 500d S-Kodra High Tenacity Nylon 5000mm PU 210d Liner Atlilon Foam SPECIFICATIONS for Small Weight: 11 oz / 0.31 kg Dimension: (H x W x D): 5.25 x 6.25 x 5in. Interior Dimension: 4.75 x 5.75 x 4.5in. SPECIFICATIONS for Medium Weight: 1 lb 1 oz / 0.5 kg Dimension: (H x W x D): 10.5 x 7.25 x 5.5in. Interior Dimension: 10 x 6.75 x 5in.
Ideal for Micro 4/3 and DSLR kits with room to spare, the medium Mountainsmith Zoom camera case protects your photo gear and keeps your camera handy for those fleeting moments you want to capture.
There's a saying in photography that goes, "The best camera is the one you have with you." It's half-true. Your best camera should be your best camera that's always in the Mountainsmith Zoom Camera Bag. This mighty bag is made from high-tenacity 500D S-Kodra nylon and has a water-resistant PU coating to meet your outdoors-lovin' lifestyle. You can wear it around your hips as a lumbar bag or use the removable shoulder strap for carry options. The reverse clamshell opening makes grabbing your camera quick and easy, so you never miss a shot. You can stash a point-and-shoot or Micro 4/3 in the small, and a kit DSLR in the medium size to give you options. To keep SD cards, cords, and extra batteries organized, Mountainsmith designed the Zoom with an external front panel accessory pocket and an interior pocket under the lid. If you are out taking Nat Geo-worthy shot and the rain comes, toss on the removable storm cover to protect your expensive gear. and head out into the hills with your camera protected and at the ready on your hip.