Tenba Introduces Solstice Camera Back Packs

Tenba said the Solstice cost-conscience camera back packs have the balance of durability and light-weight construction for videographers and photographers.

Tenba said features such as side access, a rain cover, tripod pocket, waist belt and reflective details make these packs ideal for hiking, biking or travel. Rear-access to the entire gear kit gives shooters peace of mind against pick-pocketers when touring.

The bag allows videographers to change lenses without having to put the bag down on a muddy hiking trail. Users can allocate more or less space to camera gear or personal items. It also allows storage of a tripod or monopod.

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