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Petrol PD335 D-SLR Campack Plus

B&H # PEPD335 Mfr # PD335
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Price: $234.95
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You Pay: $134.95
Product Highlights
  • Holds 2 Video-Enabled D-SLR Cameras
  • Holds Laptop With Screen Size up to 17"
  • 900D and Ballistic Nylon Exterior
  • Padded Central Compartment
  • Removable Articulated Dividers
  • Exterior Front & Side Accessory Pockets
  • Dual-Directional, Easy-Glide Zippers
  • 3D Mesh Fabric for Air Circulation
  • Removable Rain Cover
  • Mini Pouch Holds up to 4 Memory Cards

The PD335 D-SLR Campack Plus from Petrol is a camera/PC backpack perfect for on-the-move camera work when travel and hiking to locations is required. Packed with a host of industry-leading advantages, its bright red padded central compartment has room to hold two video-enabled D-SLR cameras with lens mounted while a secondary two-sided zippered rear compartment can hold a laptop with up to a 17" screen size. The exterior of the backpack is made of 900 denier and ballistic nylon.

Removable articulated dividers form enclosed storage pockets for important accessories. The pack also has exterior front and side accessory pockets for added storage areas. Meanwhile, a mini pouch can hold up to 4 Flash memory cards. Dual-directional, easy-glide zippered closures ensure contents stay safely inside the pack. Exterior straps are included for carrying a tripod. The system's center panel bridge of 3D mesh fabric is designed to encourage air to circulate and keep your equipment cool when you're on the move.

Carrying options include a padded top carrying handle or the integrated backpack harness. This ergonomic backpack system was optimally designed to provide correct weight distribution and greater carrying comfort. And finally, a removable rain cover is also included to protect your valuable equipment in extreme weather conditions.

Construction
  • Constructed of 900 denier and ballistic nylon
  • Dual-directional, easy-glide zippers
  • Bright red padded central compartment has room to hold 2 video-enabled DSLR cameras with lens mounted
  • System's center panel "bridge" of 3D mesh fabric is designed to encourage air to circulate and keep things cool
Compartments
  • Removable articulated dividers form enclosed storage pockets for important accessories
  • Secondary two-sided zippered rear compartment can hold up to 17" laptop
Pockets
  • Exterior front and side accessory pockets
  • Flash memory card mini pouch (holds up to 4 cards)
Carrying Options
  • Padded top handle
  • Shoulder straps
  • Exterior straps for carrying tripod
  • Ergonomic backpack system optimally designed to provide correct weight distribution and greater carrying comfort
Material Exterior: 900D and ballistic nylon
Interior: Padded central compartment, 3D mesh fabric bridge
Type of Closure Dual-directional, easy-glide zippers
Exterior Dimensions (LxWxH) 22.26 x 16.15 x 12.21" (56.5 x 41 x 31 cm)
Interior Dimensions (LxWxH) 21.08 x 14.18 x 8.27" (53.5 x 36 x 21 cm)
Tripod Holder Yes
Waist Belt No
Carrying/Transport Options Padded top handle
Shoulder straps
Exterior straps for carrying tripod
Weight 8.1 lb (3.68 kg)
Petrol PD335 D-SLR Campack Plus
  • 8 x Internal Dividers
  • Rain Cover
  • Flash Memory Card Mini Pouch
  • 2-Year Warranty
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