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PortaBrace Backpack with Semi-Rigid Frame for Panasonic AG-UX180 (Black)

PortaBrace Backpack with Semi-Rigid Frame for Panasonic AG-UX180 (Black)
Key Features
  • Fits Panasonic AG-UX180
  • Touch-Fastening Padded Interior Dividers
  • Accessory Pockets Under Lid
  • Zippered, Exterior Accessory Pockets
Store, protect, and transport your camera and accessories with the black Backpack with Semi-Rigid Frame for Panasonic AG-UX180 from Porta Brace. This backpack is designed to hold a Panasonic AG-UX180 camera, and may also be used as a sling bag. For protecting and organizing gear, the pack has a padded, touch-fastening interior divider. Under the zippered lid to the spacious main compartment are clear pockets for storing slim accessories such as filters, cables, and the like. And on the exterior, zippered pockets for batteries and other larger peripherals. Photographers will appreciate the useful side pocket for holding the base of a small tripod, light stand, or other support gear. An adjustable strap above this pocket secures the midsection of the tripod.
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What's the weight rating of the side tripod holder? Can it take the weight of a Manfrotto 504HD head mounted on 535 carbon fiber legs?
Asked by: Dale
The combined 504HD and 536 carbon fiber legs weigh about 11 lbs, not a problem for the tripod pocket. However, the closed length of the tripod and head is 35 which is way too long. We suggest a separate carry case for the tripod or a smaller tripod.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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