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The D-Light Hybrid-531 will carry and protect both your stills camera and your video camcorder in a single bag that can be split in two. A TST RIB running down the middle of one of the components provides structural protection while light yet durable RipStop fabrics and foams join together to create a lightweight protective compact case perfect for every day use. The two pouches are similarly sized; one will hold a small DSLR or bridge camera while the other will store a handycam. Both are equipped with an internal accessory pocket and a horizontal divider under which cables can be stored if these are not in use they fold against the inner wall allowing you full use of the space. An external Elasto-Guard pocket on each is useful to store small accessories you need close at hand. When interconnected the features work in unity as if it were one bag the handle and shoulder strap connect at each end to one of the pouches. When split into two entities each can be used separately: One pouch has a shoulder strap connection and a belt loop connection on the rear while the second has a shoulder strap connection and a belt attachment flap on the side. Note that only one padded shoulder strap is supplied and only one of the pouches has a handle when they are split. Includes items to enhance performance such as: ? Tripod connecting straps can be attached only when both components are interconnected. ? Rain Cover for protection in rough weather conditions. Include items 2 Tripod Straps 1 Rain Cover 1 Shoulder Strap
I bought this on a whim as I needed to put my camera in the bag I usually carry to work, and instead of getting an insert why not get a bag which could work as inserts? Read morePublished on 4 Dec. 2012 by Frank
The bag is sturdy enough and made of quality material but is practically useless if you want easy, quick access to your camera as the zips are awkward to operate, and in a bad... Read morePublished on 1 Nov. 2012 by Croftybaby