Kata H-14 GDC Holster Case

Kata H-14 GDC Holster Case

Kata H-14 GDC Holster Case

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Product Highlights

  • Fits D-SLR Two Lens Kit
  • 1680D Ballistic Nylon Case
  • TST Thermo Shield Technology
  • Removable Divider
  • Removable Media Kit
  • Double-sided Elements Cover
  • Carrying Handle
  • Removable, Adjustable Shoulder Strap
  • 3D-mesh Wide Belt Loop
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Kata H-14 Overview

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The Kata H-14 GDC Holster Case is a 1680 denier ballistic nylon holster case made to carry a digital SLR and accessories. It utilizes the protection of TST materials while allowing for quick access to a digital SLR camera and zoom lens set. The camera is held in place by looping the divider around the lens vertically or positioning it horizontally and creating a bottom compartment for an additional lens or flash unit. The removable media kit holds batteries and memory cards. It has two exterior side pockets and three accessory pockets that will store filters, cleaning kit, light meter, cell phone, PDA and more.

The H-14 case has a double-sided Elements Cover in the lid; black side out in rain, and in sun reverse to the silver side for heat reflection. When wet or dirty, store the cover in its mesh pouch and hang out to dry. It is carried by a handle, a shoulder strap or a 3D-mesh loop for an optional waist belt. The holster features a double closure system; a two-slider zipper and a one-hand operating quick closing buckle.

1680 denier ballistic holster case made to carry digital SLR and accessories
TST (Thermo Shield Technology) provides a level of protection against shock, vibration and impact.
Removable divider in main compartment
Pockets
  • Flat clear pocket in lid
  • Two large outside pouches for zoom lens, flash or water bottle
  • Two interior pockets for accessories
A removable media kit is included; which is a digital organizer for memory cards and spare batteries
Double-sided Elements Cover is an emergency cover is used to protect your case and equipment in inclement weather: black side out in rain or snow, and in sun reverse to silver for heat reflection.
Carrying Options
  • Carry handle
  • Removable, adjsutablesShoulder strap
  • 3D-mesh wide belt loop
In the Box
Kata H-14 GDC Holster Case
  • Shoulder Strap
  • Elements Cover
  • Media Kit
  • Divider
  • Limited 5-Year Warranty
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    Kata H-14 Specs

    Material Exterior: 1680 denier and 840 denier ballistic nylon
    Exterior: TST (Thermo-Shield-Technology)
    Yelloop Interior: Brush nylon / PES
    Interior: Open cell foam padding
    Buckles: Duraflex acetal and nylon
    Type of Closure Zippers
    Buckle
    Exterior Dimensions 10.2 x 7.1 x 11.8" (26 x 18 x 30cm) (LxWxH)
    Interior Dimensions 8.7 x 5.3 x 10.2" (22 x 13.5 x 26cm) (LxWxH)
    Accommodates Digital SLR with a zoom lens attached, additional lens, flash and accessories
    Carrying/Transport Options Handle
    Shoulder strap
    Belt loop
    Weight 1.5 lbs (700g)

    Kata H-14 Reviews

    H-14 GDC Holster Case is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 21.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Know what you have before you buy Originally I plan to have the H-14 to carry my Canon D20 with EF-S 17-55mm IS USM lens, a EF 70-200mm IS USM lens, and a 580EX Speedlite flash. But H-14 is not big enough for the EF 70-200mm IS USM lens. H-14 is only good for a D20 with EF-S 17-55mm lens, a EF 28-135mm IS USM lens, and a 580EX Speedlite flash. Once a lens is in the side bag, no lens hood can be attached to the lens in the main compartment. The main compartment cover does not allow quick retrieve of the camera. The closure of the main compartment flap is a bit intricate to fully close. The zipper on the flap is also difficult to open and close. Overall the H-14 case is comfortable to carry around.
    Date published: 2009-02-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Bag The Bag is small, offers good protection and holds a lot of equipment. It comfortably holds my D60, 18-105VR with hood, 70-300VR with hood, 35 1.8 with hood, SB400 flash, two cir polarizer filters, extra memory, extra batteries and a small IR remote release. The important thing about this bag is to spend some time trying different equipment configurations. I can comfortably carry the camera with either lens attached by quickly rearranging the items in the bag. The bag holds the same amount of equipment with my brother's D90 with Tripod quick release attachment in place of my D60.
    Date published: 2010-06-19
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great case to have I use it to carry with my Canon 20D/17-55mm lens/580EX Speedlite/memory cards/batterys/lens hood. It is very easy to access the camera. But the H-14 is a little small for the 70-200mm lens. I have to use another bag with me when I use the 70-200mm lens on the camera. If another smaller lens was put in one of the side pocket, and the Speedlite was in the other side pocket, the 20D camera with the 17-55mm lens can not be put in the main compartment. The only thing that is not so great is the zippers of the main compartment cover are very difficult to open and close.
    Date published: 2009-03-08
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from sturdy bag I use this for my Olympus E-3. It barely holds the E-3. I can carry the body with attached lens, an extra zoom lens, and a flash/3rd lens. My wide angle lens attached to the camera creates a very tight fit, so I hope that corrects itself once this bag works itself in. Very stiff construction, which could be a benefit or weakness. Any body larger than the E-3 (are there any?) wouldn't fit in this bag (width wise).
    Date published: 2008-08-18
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from I would buy this product again and again The best holster I ever had, it can store my D300 with 16-85 on it, together with 70-300VR in one pocket and SB800 in another!!! The holster is not very lightweight but the construction and sturdiness worth to carry it with me. Did I mention the additional peace of divider that can be used in the main compartment - it can allow me to hide the 50mm/1.8 under the body and 16-85...
    Date published: 2008-08-24
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from tough, protective bag This is my favorite day bag; I bought a 2nd one after my husband took it over to use for day trips. He packs it on the motorcycle in his tank bag and is good to go. I find the bag not only attractive but perfect for all around use. It is the one I inevitably toss in the car for daily use. Works well with the 50D and 135L, and I keep a 2nd lens in side bag, as well as misc extra small items in the other side pocket. Also use with 5D and 300L, etc. This bag is exceptionally durable and the strap very comfortable as well. It is perfectly sized for a camera and one lens; I also have the Kata H-16 which works for the larger lens or I can stack a smaller lens beneath the camera/lens. The interior is bright yellow which makes finding things much easier. I use these 2 bags 95% of the time.
    Date published: 2009-03-20
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic Bag - Highlight recommend it! This a great bag. It's got room for my 40d, power adapter, 50, 18-55 and 28-135 lenses. And, I've still got one pocket left for a 70-300. It's well built, has plenty of padding and comfortable to carry around. I highly recommend it.
    Date published: 2008-05-03
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from almost what I expected, but... ...a few design flaws limits its usefulness to me. First the good news--the H-14 is well made insofar as having the ruggedness that I admire in my Kata R-103 backpack. However I conclude that several design quirks in the H-14 diminish or frustrate the user experience. First on my list of issues is the hard, thick plastic Kata emblem (about 2x2) that's stitched onto the middle of the main (center) zippered flap; besides being ugly, this emblem is so thick and stiff that it prevents the flap from easily closing over (i.e., conforming to) the bag and its contents. The emblem assures that the flap will extend stiffly outward from the bag and cause interference in close quarters. A second problem for me is the welted seam along the top rear of the center flap where the flap is stitched/hinged to the bag. This bulky, stiff welting manages to stick out nearly 1/2-- far enough to assure that the bottom edge of my dSLR snags on it almost each time I remove the camera. Actually it's my camera's Arca-type quick-release plate that snags so predictably on this seam. Without the plate, a camera would likely encounter less interference. BTW, I use an Olympus E-3. Finally, there's an included accessory divider strip: it's about 12 inches of padded Yelloop material with hook-fastener strips at each end. I had hopes it could facilitate carrying some small accessories in the bottom of the bag, but frankly I cannot figure out how to use it effectively. IMHO the divider is an afterthought; its size and design are not appropriate for use in this holster. All-in-all the H-14 was somewhat of a letdown--I like the shoulder strap and the bag's rugged construction.I would recommend it with reservations. I should mention that it's barely large enough for my Olympus E-3, and I'd expect that larger DSLRs (many Nikon and Canon models) would likely need the larger (H-16) model.
    Date published: 2010-01-03
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