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Kata PR-420 Photo Reporter Bag

Kata PR-420 Photo Reporter Bag

Kata PR-420 Photo Reporter Bag

B&H # KAPR420 MFR # KT PR-420
Kata PR-420 Photo Reporter Bag

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Product Highlights

  • Fits 2 D-SLR, 2-3 Lens Kit
  • 1680 and 840D Ballistic Nylon Exterior
  • Removable Interior Pad
  • Three Modular Dividers
  • Detachable Handle
  • Removable Shoulder Strap
  • Elements Cover
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The Kata PR-420 Photo Reporter Bag (Black) is a 1680 and 840 denier ballistic nylon bag designed to carry 1-2 digital SLR camera bodies, 2-3 lenses (up to 70-200mm) with flash and accessories. There is a removable interior pad that supplies rigidity and extra protection for the equipment. The padded interior also has 2 large and 1 small modular dividers to customize the case. The top opening allows easy access to the equipment from the top of the bag without having to open the entire bag.

The 420 reporter bag has an organizer pocket on the front of the bag that will hold small personal items like a wallet, passport, and pens; and 2 large pockets will hold flash and other accessories. There is also 1 padded side pocket with a removable insert for an extra camera body and a side pocket for accessories. It is carried by a detachable handle, a removable, adjustable shoulder strap with pad or an optional DTS Insertrolley. The bag has an Elements Cover with a pocket that is used in rain or snow black side out, and in sun reverses to silver for heat reflection.

Construction
  • 1680 and 840 denier ballistic nylon exterior
  • TST protection
  • Open-cell foam interior
  • Interior removable pad
  • Yelloop interior smooth brush nylon/PES lining
  • Two large and 1 small modular dividers
  • Acetal and nylon buckles 
Top opening allows easy access to the equipment from the top of the bag without having to open the entire bag
The interior of the bag is made of a loop fabric called Yelloop to which the Modi-Vers dividers can be attached. It is a bright yellow material, so that the contents can be viewed with ease
TST (Thermo Shield Technology) rib structure provides protective zones for the camera where it will most likely be impacted by shock, vibration
On Board
Conforms to current FAA airline carry-on regulations 1
Pockets
  • Organizer pocket on the front of the bag will hold small personal items like a wallet, passport and pens
  • Two large pockets will hold flash and other accessories
  • One padded side pocket with removable insert for an extra camera body
  • One side pocket for accessories
Carrying options
  • Detachable handle
  • Removable, adjustable shoulder strap with pad
  • DTS Insertrolley compatible
The shoulder strap attaches to the case via a DP dual use aluminum buckle, this rugged yet lightweight buckle, accepts either a quick-release hook or the strap itself. Either option ensures that the strap will cross the shoulder at the optimal angle for comfort and stability
Elements Cover with storage pocket is used in rain or snow black side out, and in sun reverse to silver for heat reflection
In the Box
Kata PR-420 Photo Reporter Bag
  • Shoulder Strap
  • Detachable Handle
  • Small Divider
  • 2 x Large Dividers
  • Removable Pad
  • Padded Pocket Insert
  • Elements Cover
  • 5-Year Warranty
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    Specifications
    Material Exterior: 1680 and 840 denier ballistic nylon
    Yelloop Interior: Smooth brush nylon/PES lining
    Interior: Open-cell foam
    Buckles: Acetal and nylon
    Type of Closure Quick-release buckle
    Exterior Dimensions 16.9 x 9.4 x 9.4" (43 x 24 x 24cm) (LxWxH)
    Interior Dimensions 10.2 x 6.3 x 7.9" (26 x 16 x 20cm) (LxWxH)
    Tripod Holder No
    Accommodates 1-2 digital SLR bodies, 2-3 lenses (up to 70-200mm) with flash and additional accessories
    Carrying/Transport Options Detachable handle
    Shoulder strap
    Weight 2.2 lbs (1.1kg)
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