With all the SeaLife hardware goodies revealed at this year’s DEMA Show, it’s only fitting that SeaLife is also introducing a bag to put it all in—the Photo Pro Backpack.
Complete with bold red accents and SeaLife logo, the new backpack features a spacious padded compartment for storing your camera and photo/video lights, and five zippered pockets for accessories. Six moveable dividers allow you to arrange your gear as desired, and a waterproof liner is designed to stop wet equipment in one compartment from affecting dry gear in another. Large rubber feet on the bottom of the backpack allow it to stand upright without touching the ground, and there are also two drain holes to give any water an escape route.
The Photo Pro Backpack ships in February next year and has an MSRP of $100.
SeaLife Introduces the SeaLife Photo Pro Backpack
Orlando, FL - SeaLife is introducing their new SeaLife Photo Pro Backpack at the DEMA (Dive Equipment & Marketing Association) tradeshow. The SeaLife Photo Pro Backpack features a large padded camera/lighting compartment with 6 adjustable dividers to fit virtually any combination of cameras, lights, strobes, lenses and accessories. The compartment’s waterproof liner prevents wet camera gear from leaking into the adjoining dry compartments.
The SeaLife Photo Pro Backpack has 5 zippered pockets for storing common items, like cables, spare batteries, chargers, adapters, manuals, smartphone, sunglasses, etc. Also included is a larger padded compartment for small laptops or tablets. The back of the backpack features soft, breathable padding so that it rests comfortably against the wearer’s back. The SeaLife Photo Pro Backpack’s exterior is made of durable x-grade nylon to keep items such as fragile camera equipment and laptops safe and secure. A retainer strap wraps around the backpack to prevent gear from falling out in the event the zippered pockets are not closed or become damaged during travel. The external zippers are made of corrosion-proof material suitable for marine environment.
On the bottom of the SeaLife Photo Pro Backpack, six rubber feet are in place to keep the backpack standing upright and not directly touching the ground. Two large drain holes are also on the bottom, so any water that makes its way inside will not be stuck inside of the backpack.
The SeaLife Photo Pro Backpack is expected to be available for shipment in February 2018.
|SL940||SeaLife Photo Pro Backpack||$99.95|
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