Tenba CCV45 Car Case for 4 x 5" Monorail View Camera

BH #TECCV45 • MFR #634-405
Tenba
Tenba CCV45 Car Case for 4 x 5" Monorail View Camera
Key Features
  • Holds Camera, Lenses, and Accessories
  • Waterproof Ballistic Nylon
  • Interior Padding and Dividers
The Tenba Car Case CCV45 is a padded case primarily designed to safely transport a 4 x 5" monorail view camera plus lenses, film holders, and film to and from a location shoot. It is built with Tenba's Safe construction which is lighter construction than other Tenba Air Cases without sacrificing protection. Its ballistic nylon exterior is waterproof and highly resistant to punctures while the padded interior walls and dividers are designed to absorb and disperse shocks.
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Tenba CCV45 Overview

The Tenba Car Case CCV45 is a padded case primarily designed to safely transport a 4 x 5" monorail view camera plus lenses, film holders, and film to and from a location shoot. It is built with Tenba's Safe construction which is lighter construction than other Tenba Air Cases without sacrificing protection. Its ballistic nylon exterior is waterproof and highly resistant to punctures while the padded interior walls and dividers are designed to absorb and disperse shocks.

UPC: 026815203009

Tenba CCV45 Specs

Interior
Interior Dimensions12 x 15 x 21.5" / 30.5 x 38.1 x 54.6 cm
Padding0.25" / 6.4 mm Foam
DividersYes
Exterior
Closure TypeZipper
Carry and Transport Options2 x Connecting Handstrap
2 x D-Ring
Material of ConstructionNylon
Exterior Dimensions (W x H x D)13 x 16 x 22.8" / 33.0 x 40.6 x 57.8 cm
Weight7.8 lb / 3.5 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight10.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)23 x 16 x 12.5"
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Is the pictured shoulder strap included? It is ...

Is the pictured shoulder strap included? It is not listed in "what's in the box".
Asked by: rodolfo
Yes the shoulder strap is included.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2020-10-19

Does the lid also have the ABS plastic wall? ...

Does the lid also have the ABS plastic wall? Would the lid be able to handle ~ without sagging, or damage ~ an old-school Gitzo Studex tripod, maybe 10+ lbs., staped on top? Thx!
Asked by: David
Yes, there is corrugated ABS in the top as well. It will handle a tripod resting on top.
Answered by: Peter
Date published: 2020-10-19

I don't see the luggage straps pictured? Do they ...

I don't see the luggage straps pictured? Do they come with the case? How long are they? Thank you!
Asked by: David
The CCV45 does not have trolley strap on the back.
Answered by: Peter
Date published: 2020-10-19

Would this case be suitable for a Broncolor Scoro ...

Would this case be suitable for a Broncolor Scoro A4s laying on it's side?
Asked by: Chris
It would not be large enough of a case.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2020-03-18

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Can the interior dividers be moved or removed to change the configuration of the space?
Asked by: Greg P.
Yes they can.
Answered by: Barry G.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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is this a rigid case? how much weight can it handle? 35lbs??
Asked by: Steve
Yes, the case has air-channeled ABS plastic in the walls, so it is hard sided. It can easily handle 35 lbs. Most of the photo rental houses in the U.S. use this case for heavy lighting generators and heads.
Answered by: Peter W. Tenba Expert
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Last question from me: what are the dimensions of the PP11 lens pouch that's included?
Asked by: Greg P.
It is 11 Long x 5 High x 6 Deep.
Answered by: Alex S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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We have used all PortaBrace bags in the past, but I'm considering this because it looks like the dimensions are well-suited to my application. How does it compare in quality and toughness? It has to be able to handle heavy use (and some abuse).
Asked by: Greg P.
They are definitely tough. If you go to any photo rental company in the U.S. or in much of the world, they have stacks of Air Cases and Car Cases. If they can hold up in rental, they will hold up anywhere.
Answered by: Peter W. Tenba Expert
Date published: 2018-08-27
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