K-Tek Introduces Case For The Zoom F6 Mixer/Recorder

K-Tek has introduced a Stingray bag for the new Zoom F6 Mixer/Recorder.

The K-Tek design team emphasized easy entry all around for the Zoom F6. Dual zippers encircle each side panel to reveal inputs, outputs and controls. The bottom flap opens wide to access the internal battery packs on the bottom of the F6. A large buckle securely snaps the bottom closed or opened.

Whether it is carried over the shoulder or worn around the body, the integral waistbelt/shoulder strap is adjustable for various sizes. Made of breathable material and padded for comfort, it also offers 2 MOLLE rigging points for additional accessories.

For tabletop operation, a built-in adjustable kickstand enables control of the interface and comfortable viewing whether the user sits or stands.

To protect the F6, an integrated frame enables stability and protection. Multi-layer walls offer exterior durability and the soft orange high-contrast interior makes it easy to visually separate the bag from the recorder. Inside, extra wide velcro straps securely attach the F6 for solid support.

External dimensions for the Stingray Zoom F6 bag are 7.7 x 6.5 x 3.2 inches (19.6 x 16.5 x 8.1 cm) and the internal size is 7.48 x 6.3 x 1.62 inches (19 x 16 x 4.1 cm). The weight of the empty unit is just 0.98 pounds (444 grams).

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