12.14.2009 11:32 AM
Petrol introduces carry case for Red One camera

Petrol has introduced the Petrol Red Bag (PRB-15), a new camera carrier specifically designed to transport and protect the Red One digital camera.

The Red Bag’s dual-direction, upside down zippers provide quick and easy access to the interior. Inside, a removable upper tray with detachable dividers provides room to store the Red One’s essential accessories. Nylon handgrips on either side of the tray allow for easy removal and carrying.

Underneath, the Red One camera fits comfortably in the bag’s lower padded compartment. When a panel is removed from the upper accessory tray, the camera can be stored without disturbing the viewfinder. An adjustable nylon strap holds the camera firmly in place. Four detachable padded dividers help secure the compartment’s contents and form pockets for additional storage.

The PRB-15 comes with a separate fabric sleeve to hold the Red One’s steel support rods. With the rods inside, the sleeve stores against the lower chamber’s middle divider. The system includes a built-in, smooth-gliding wheel and tote assembly, Griplock interlocking top carrying handle, and a padded shoulder strap. The exterior is constructed of black ballistic nylon and Cordura.



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