August 11, 2011 – PRESS SUMMARY – Leading the way in carrying solutions for over 30 years, Tenba announces an expansion of their Discovery and Vector collections. Responding to popular demand, Tenba has added a Photo/Laptop Daypack and Photo/Tablet Daypack to their Discovery collection, and a Photo/Laptop Daypack and Photo Sling Bag to their Vector collection. These bags round out two already very popular collections of lightweight, versatile photo carry gear that Tenba introduced earlier this year.
The Discovery Mini Daypack has a front, padded photo compartment that fits a DSLR camera body with 2-3 lenses and accessories, plus a rear sleeve that fits an iPad or similar tablet up to 10 inches. It also accommodates the 11-inch MacBook Air. The Large size Daypack will fit a laptop up to 15 inches and fits an expanded camera system of 1-2 DSLR camera bodies and 4-6 lenses. Each bag is made with rugged, water-repellant nylon and has an expedition-grade shoulder harness.
The Vector Photo Sling Bag combines the ease-of-use and accessibility of a camera shoulder bag with the all-day carrying comfort of a backpack. It can also be converted to a long lens bag for a 300mm f/2.8 attached to a camera body. The Vector Photo/Laptop Daypack fits a laptop up to 15 inches, plus 1-2 DSLR camera bodies as well as 3-4 lenses. Each bag is available in the three popular Vector trend colors — Oxygen Blue, Krypton Green and Cadmium Red — plus Carbon Black.
All Tenba Discovery and Vector camera bags include Tenba’s exclusive WeatherWrap™ fast-deploying all-weather cover.
The new Discovery and Vector bags are available now at suggested retail prices ranging from $79.95 to $139.95. To find more information about these bags, and to see a full video demonstration of all Tenba products, visit www.tenba.com.
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