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Manfrotto Lino Collection: Custodia VIII Camera Pouch (Gray)

B&H # MALC8CP Mfr # MB LOPC-8GG
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Product Highlights
  • Water-Repellent Nylon/Leather Exterior
  • Dual Zippers With Touch Fastened Flap
  • Padded Interior
  • Protects DSLR From Shock, Dust and Dirt
  • Can Be Nested Within Another Bag

The gray Lino Collection: Custodia VIII Camera Pouch from Manfrotto provides a serious level of security to your DSLR body. The water-repellent nylon/leather exterior prevents moisture from seeping in while the well-padded interior guards against shock and incidental bumps and abrasions. The Custodia will also keep dust, grime, dirt and other airborne contaminants from damaging your valuable camera body.

The pouch is accessed via a dual zipper system that opens and closes on one side of the pouch. The dual zipper system means rapid access to your camera. As an additional point of closure, the flap is affixed with a strong touch fastener that seals before you activate the zippers. Once the pouch is closed, it can easily be nested within another bag, such as a backpack. The Custodia VIII Camera Pouch is a reasonably-priced way to transport, store and guard your valuable DSLR body.

Water-Repellent Exterior
A specially applied coating to the fabric keeps it moisture-resistant
Dual Zippers
Two zippers, connected by a nylon pull grip provide rapid access to your lens
Touch Fastened Closure
The dual zippers are accented by a touch fastened flap for additional sealing capability
Carry-On Form Factor
FAA and airline carry-on specifications are subject to change without notice, please check with your airline before designating this case as a carry-on item. Most airlines require carry-on items to have an external linear measurement that is equal to or less than 45.0" (114.3 cm). The external dimensions of this case add up to 13.4" (34.0 cm)
Material Water-repellent nylon/leather exterior
Type of Closure Dual zippers connected by nylon pull grip
Touch fastened flap
Carrying/Transport Options Not Applicable
Exterior Dimensions 3.15 x 4.72 x 5.51" (8.0 x 12.0 x 14.0 cm)
Interior Dimensions 2.95 x 4.53 x 5.3" (7.5 x 11.5 x 13.5 cm)
Weight 0.3 lb (0.13 kg)
Manfrotto Lino Collection: Custodia VIII Camera Pouch (Gray)
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    ManfrottoLino Collection: Custodia VIII Camera Pouch (Gray)
     
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    5.0

    I'll keep buying Manfrotto Lino pouches!

    By PhotoDog

    from Penn Valley, CA

    About Me Photo Enthusiast

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    Pros

    • Compact
    • Lightweight
    • Love the grey and red
    • Stylish
    • Well Padded

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Neutral grey camoflage
      • Protecting Camera
      • Storing Camera
      • Transporting Camera

      Comments about Manfrotto Lino Collection: Custodia VIII Camera Pouch (Gray):

      I use this pouch to store my Canon Rebel XTi with battery grip (without attached lens) while in my safe. It fits snugly, and would be a compact way to carry your camera in your travel bag. It is nicely padded, with a perfect balance between protection and bulk. It secures with both velcro and a twin zipper. The grey color matches the inside of my LowePro pack, and all my lenses have matching Manfrotto Lino cases. You only have to have one lens drop and require repair, as I did, before you too enclose all your gear in these wonderfully made pouches! Why not do it before it happens?

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