Monthly Archives: February, 2016

Canon 2400 Digital SLR Camera Case Gadget Bag + Tripod Kit for EOS 6D, 70D, 7D, 5DS, 5D Mark II III, Rebel T3, T3i, T5, T5i, T6i, T6s, SL1 DSLR

Kit Includes:

* 1) Canon Gadget Bag 200DG – Protect your valuable camera investment with this Canon Brand camera carrying case. Made from rugged, water-repellant Nylon, and outfitted with a non-slip reinforced handle, this compartment case will easily hold your camera, lenses, flash, and accessories. A mesh pocket inside the top flap provides for easy access to film, memory cards or batteries. Large zipper pocket inside the front flap protects filters, pens, cleaning supplies, and lens caps. Additional zippered side pockets for storing extra accessories. Travel is made even easier and safer with the slip-resistant shoulder strap. Tripod carrying straps. The best feature however is its large (9.5 x 7 x 6 in.) padded storage and compartment space. Removable velcro dividers provide individual customization to your equipment. Whether you use this case for your Digital or your 35mm SLR, the Canon Compartment Case will hold all of your most essential accessories. >>> Get extraordinarily sharp pictures that will exceed your expectations.
* 2) Deluxe Photo/Video Tripod – Get extraordinarily sharp pictures that will exceed your expectations! With the use of a tripod you can achieve greater performance and maintain image quality for cropping and larger picture sizes. Hold it steady enough to deliver all the performance the equipment you invested in can provide. Get into some pictures yourself, with the self-timer feature and your SLR camera held secure on this tripod. The Pros already know! Go to any sporting event and you will see them on the sidelines, or even in the controlled situation of a studio, using some means of support, usually a tripod. Main Reasons to use a Tripod: Get maximum image quality whether you are shooting stills or video. Extremely Sharp pictures at shorter focal lengths and macro applications. Avoid camera shake from hand holding, and never worry about shooting at slower shutter speeds.
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