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M-ROCK Cascade Soft Case

5/5 (1 Reviews)


Product Description

The stylish Cascade can carry most digital camcorders or a compact DSLR camera body with up to a 4.5 inch lens attached. The Cascade includes one adjustable divider and a padded U shaped lens cradle for loading the camera horizontally with the grip conveniently facing up. The Cascade can be carried as a shoulder bag, backpack or tummy bag as it has two shoulder straps and six D-rings. M-ROCK's modular system makes it possible to quickly adjust the carrying capacity. The Cascade has the most features of any bag in its size class. Includes two shoulder straps. H- 5.25 x D- 4 x W- 7.75 inches (13 x 10 x 19.4 cm).


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Maurice Chi a Casual

Date Reviewed: April 20, 2011

Bottom Line:   
If you are like me, destined to have one camera body and just one zoom for most, if not all casual shootings, bag your gears in a M-ROCK Cascade. It's a well designed dSLR camera bag with an outward zip opening top - very convenient to put in and pull out your camera. In the bag the camera lays on its side with the lens resting on a cradle. The bag is light, with 2 straps that can be worn on one or two shoulders, or wrapped around your waist. There are pockets to store a spare battery, extra memory card, and perhaps a polarized filter. You will not only be delighted with all the thoughtfulness that went in to the design, but its durability, made, look and feel as well. The replacement warranty adds more value then others. Superb!

If you like to lug all your lenses and other gears along, there are many other choices of M-ROCK camera bags. Check them out! They are all made with the same quality and style. You wouldn't be disappointed.

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Duration Product Used:   6-10 years

Price Paid:    $40.00

Purchased At:   spotlight photo

Type of photography:   Outdoor



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