SKU: GC47-MS915

MindShift Gear Filter Hive Storage Case

The Filter Hive Storage Case from Mind Shift Gear is a two-piece accordion-style filter organiser for holding six 4x6" rectangular and six 82mm circular filters. The Hive features a protective exterior case plus a removable interior divider that holds your filters. The removable divided insert features a protective dust flap.You can use the two sections either together or separately. Colour-coding on the interior dividers allows you to rapidly identify your filters.

The exterior is coated with a water-resistant material with an additional polyurethane undercoating. Inside, the lining is 200D polyester, nylex lined filter pockets, closed-cell antilon foam, nylon binding tape, and 3-ply bonded nylon thread

The entire case can be belt-mounted or attached to your tripod via its quick-release connection. Front and interior zippered pockets are provided and accessed using thumb pulls. All the zippers are YKK design. The rear of the case features a belt-mountable panel and quick-release grab handle for buckling to a tripod.

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The Filter Hive Storage Case from Mind Shift Gear is a two-piece accordion-style filter organiser for holding six 4x6" rectangular and six 82mm circular filters. The Hive features a protective exterior case plus a removable interior divider that holds your filters. The removable divided insert features a protective dust flap.You can use the two sections either together or separately. Colour-coding on the interior dividers allows you to rapidly identify your filters.

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