With NAB fully underway, Tenba went ahead and introduced some new additions to their Roadie II camera bags in the form of a shoulder bag and a backpack. There are tons and tons of HDSLR camera users out there so these can obviously hold the cameras, lenses and accessories. However, the company also states that the bags can hold significantly larger gear.
If you plan on dropping $30,000 on a new Canon C500, then you’ll be happy to know that these bags can hold all of that gear and more. Indeed, you’ll need to ensure that you’ve got quite some extra muscle to bring all of it, but at least this means that you won’t need one bag for your camera, one for lenses, etc.
Special features of the bags include:
– Tall monopod/shotgun mic pockets, quick-access audio compartments, padded integrated laptop storage, wide, unobstructed openings, oversized pockets for large batteries, hard drives and cables, and much more.
– Rugged, water-repellant ballistic nylon exteriors, genuine YKK zippers, waterproof bottom panels and industrial/military-grade webbing.
– Padded dividers systems that will adjust to fit drastically different camera systems, from larger video cameras like the RED Epic and Canon C300, to smaller DSLR systems from Canon, Nikon and Sony.
The Roadie II Video Backpack and Shoulder Bag will be available by June 1st at suggested retail prices of $299.95 and $279.95 respectively.