Tenba Announces the Cineluxe Pro Gimbal Backpack 24

Tenba said the Cineluxe Pro Gimbal Backpack 24 was designed to allow videomakers to transition between shooting locations with a fully built and balanced MōVIi Pro or DJI Ronin 2 rig.

Using the gimbal's own quick release, Tenba said the interior camera stage can be removed from the ring and protected inside the backpack while the ring is strapped to the outside.

The backpack enables most camera rigs to be stored with lens, monitor and other gear attached and ready to shoot.

This is the first video camera backpack developed with a quick access "doctor bag" style opening. The bag includes two padded wraps and a padded zippered pouch, as well as a camera security strap.

To ensure the backpack is comfortable to carry even when loaded, it features Tenba's ventilated Airflow back panel and Pivot-Fit harness straps that automatically adjust for different shoulder and body types.

The backpack is priced at $448.95 and will ship on June 1, 2019.

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