The PD620 Rolling DigiSuite DSLR Camera Case from Petrol Bags features a durable Nylon exterior and enough room to bring along 2 DSLR cameras and all their accessories. The bag's telescoping handle and durable wheels make it an ideal travel companion for any photographer.
The main compartment features a double zipper that opens completely for easy access to all contents. Inside, adjustable dividers allow you to fully customize the interior for your equipment. The interior padding and soft interior protect your camera and accessories from the rigors of travel. Easily store items such as spare lenses, a camera base plate, a viewfinder, chargers as well as spare batteries and cables.
The DigiSuite's lid features a padded enclosure designed to hold a laptop with up to a 17" screen. Additionally, the lid features a mesh pocket designed to keep smaller accessories within easy reach. Use it to store spare batteries, memory cards, and personal items such as a passport, phone, or wallet so you can quickly access them at any time.
- Meets most airlines' carry-on size regulations
- Front lid unzips quickly to reveal central compartment contoured to comfortably fit up to two DSLR cameras with lens attached
- Detachable internal dividers secure contents and create pockets for storing accessories such as spare lenses, a mattebox, camera base plate, follow focus, camera light, viewfinder, or cables
- With dividers removed, functions as a regular suitcase
- Padded pouch on lid's interior can hold personal computer with up to 17" screen
- Contents surrounded and cushioned by soft padded red brushed polyester
- Exterior plastic exchangeable logo frame for personal branding
- Internal one-piece ABS honeycomb frame for extra protection
- Auxiliary zippered storage pouches for personal accessories
- Exterior front pocket
- Telescoping, square-frame tote bar and inline skate wheels provide smooth roll-along toting
- Top and side carrying handles
- Dual-directional, easy-glide zippers
- Constructed of black 900D and ballistic nylon fabrics