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The Porta Brace MO-VX9 Ikan VX9 Flat Screen Field Monitor Case (Signature Blue) is designed to carry and protect an Ikan VX9 8.9" HD-SDI LCD monitor. The case is made from 1000 denier Cordura nylon with a padded interior. The easy clean Slip-Not bottom has access to the 2 threaded support holes.
There is a pop-up visor that shields the screen from glare. It folds to protect the screen during transport. The back of the monitor can be fully enclosed protecting the cable connections, AC unit or battery while providing ventilation. The case opens completely to provide more ventilation. The case is carried by a removable shoulder strap with a suede leather pad. There are two sets of "O" rings; one set is for attaching the strap. The other is for viewing the monitor wirelessly white it is around the neck.
Monitor Bag Basics
Custom-fitted to an Ikan VX9 8.9" HD-SDI LCD monitor
Accommodates AC power and batteries
Pop-up visor shields screen from glare and folds to protect the screen during transport
Back can be fully enclosed protecting cable connections, AC unit or battery while providing ventilation
Case opens completely for ventilation
The monitor can be used wireless or mounted to a stand
Easy access to controls, switches and connections
1000 denier Cordura nylon exterior
Slip-Not bottom is easy to clean and has access to the 2 threaded support holes of the monitor
Two sets of "O" rings; one set is for transport, the other is for viewing around the neck when case and monitor are working wirelessly
In the Box
Porta Brace MO-VX9 Flat Screen Field Monitor Case for Ikan VX9 8.9" HD-SDI LCD Monitor