FSI Solutions Introduces the CAM3 Camera Carrying Case

FSI Solutions new CAM 3 camera case allows professional videographers to carry their fully rigged digital cameras for quick shooting right out of the case.

FSI said the CAM 3 case gets rid of the longtime problem of ungainly, difficult to transport and overly expensive professional camera cases. The CAM 3, which can be wheeled, used as a backpack or carried on the shoulder, offers a new design concept that can accommodate many mid-sized camera models.

This case features a durable cordura and ballistic nylon exterior wrapped around solid thermoformed impact resistant plastic. The exterior is fitted with a large zippered accessory pocket and secure tripod holster. Inside the case is soft padded foam, customizable velcro inserts, straps for securing gear and a removable padded zipper pouch for storing charts and small accessories.

Cam 3

Cam 3

The CAM 3 has a retractable telescoping handle and large wheels for easy transport, and offers versatile carrying options including hidden backpack-style shoulder straps and an oversized single shoulder strap.

The case, which weighs 15.5 pounds, fits ARRI Amira, Alexa XT and Alexa, AJA CION, Blackmagic Design URSA and URSA Mini, Kinefinity Kinemax 6K, Phantom Flex 4K, Weisscam HS2, Sony FS700, F5-F55 and PMW-F3, as well as many ENG camera models.

The pre-order price is $395.00. When the CAM 3 ships in May, the price will climb to $495. Approximate dimensions are 29.15 x 17.7 x 15.35 inches. 

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