New Manfrotto Bumblebee Pro Light camera bags

Manfrotto Pro Light bags are made of strong and lightweight materials. Reinforced fabrics and hollowed buckles reduce weight and are built to carry heavy gear and provide long-lasting comfort. Rip-Stop fabrics are used not only because they are tear-resistant but also because they protect your gear from impact. 

Pro Light Bumblebee 130 and 230 Backpacks

The Bumblebee Backpacks can be divided into top and bottom compartments by closing the main zipper stopper, enabling you to have quick access to gear from the top or separate the top part as a personal belongings zone. The signature AirSupport back & harness system not only distributes the weight among the shoulders, waist and hips but also maximizes breathability by using a suspended mesh panel. The length of load lifters, sternum straps, shoulder straps and waist belt are fully adjustable to give you the utmost flexibility. The tuck-away NeverLose tripod connection is always ready to carry a professional tripod with different lengths. In addition to external zip or stretchable pockets for accessories and water bottles, a lens pouch is added to the waist belt to make swapping lenses super quick and easy. It comes with a DuoFace sun/rain cover to protect from rain and reflect sunlight and keep the gear cool and dry all day long.

 

Pro Light Bumblebee M-10 and M-30 Messenger Bags

The M-10 and M-30 messenger bags incorporate the same technology as the backpacks just in a different configuration. The air support back & shoulder strap distributes weight and ensures breathability at contact points with the body. Opened by either Velcro, buckles or apply the NoiseFree Velcro silencer to achieve a quiet operation. The elastic NeverLose tripod connection is always ready to carry a mini tripod, a monopod or camera pole. Numerous external zip or stretchable pockets for accessories and water bottles. It comes with a DuoFace sun/rain cover to protect from rain and reflect sunlight and keep the gear cool and dry all day long. Carry on shoulder, across the body or by grab handle which can also be inserted to a roller handle for easy manoeuvre.

  • By Matthew Ward
  • 27 Jun 2017

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