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Tenba Tools BYOB 9 Camera Insert - Blue

The BYOB Range of Camera Inserts have been given a fresh new look!

Now available in new herringbone fabric in blue with a new dark grey interior. Taking onboard consumer feedback Tenba have included D-rings and a removable shoulder strap. The nylon webbed D-rings design means they are extra strong and rigid, providing a light-weight attachment point for the clip attachment of the shoulder strap, that can also be used with any standard bag strap. This highly requested addition means that with the D-rings Tenba have eliminated the need for Packlite bags and Packlite Kits. It also means that with this new design element that the BYOB Camera Inserts will no longer fold-flat but can still be used within another bag to carry and protect a camera in any bag as well as be easily removed and carried on its own.

The BYOB Camera Inserts provide protection for a camera inside any bag, backpack, suitcase or handbag. The soft-shell moulds easily to the shape of any carrying bag. The inserts fit a variety of camera solutions, with pockets to organise accessories.

The BYOB Range comes with water-repellent 300D herringbone polyester exterior and reliable YKK zippers, with stretchy mesh side pockets that securely hold a water bottle, table tripod or other accessories.

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