Tenba Launched Cineluxe Collection of Camera Bags at 2016 NAB

The first to bring the “doctor bag” style opening to backpacks and rolling cases, Tenba’s new Cinelux bag collection gives uncompromising image makers the quickest possible access to their gear when shooting.

Tenba said the Flex-Core dividers are unique in their combination of stiffness and flexibility, providing a secure separation between cameras and lenses. They are both rigid and bendable, allowing for quick, on-the-fly tweaks to the interior layout to fit changing camera systems.

Cineluxe bags include a selection of protective padded wraps and pouches that allow sensitive equipment to be safely stored alongside larger cameras and rigs, offering more versatility than traditional Velcro dividers.

The “doctor bag” style opening is crafted from anodized aluminum bars that give unobstructed access to the interior while also increasing the bag’s rigidity and camera protection. To meet the needs of traveling image makers, the “doctor bag” functionality has been fitted to a carry-on compatible rolling case and two backpacks.

The Cineluxe bags feature a water-repellent exterior of 840-denier junior ballistic nylon with YKK zippers, a waterproof “Body Armor” bottom panel and an equipment-friendly interior of ripstop nylon and soft, brushed tricot.

Each bag includes a WeatherWrap rain cover and trolley straps to piggyback onto larger rolling cases.

The Cineluxe collection includes two carry-on compatible backpacks with Tenba’s comfortable Pivot-Fit Airflow harness and waist belt, a carry-on compatible rolling case with specially developed shock absorbing wheels, and three shoulder bags that range from 15 to 22 inches in interior length.

Cineluxe bags will be available July, 2016.

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