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Kata photo reporter bags are available now in three sizes

Kata photo reporter bags are available now in three sizes - Kata introduce new protective photo reporter bags.

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Designed for reporters on the move, the new Kata photo reporter bags are ready to grab and go at any moment, meaning you will never miss that important lead and capture the perfect shot.

The Kata photo reporter bags are available in three sizes allowing you to protect your kit, no matter how much you have. You can customize the internal compartments with the modular dividers while an internal removable insert lets you define the rigidity of the bag, allowing you to either leave in for a more protective bag or to take out to make the bag more compact in tight situations.  

A top access opening allows you to easily reach your equipment from the top of the bag without having to open the entire bag and the quick release buckle lets you easily access all your gear within the bag.

The padded shoulder strap means you can carry your equipment comfortably or when you are in a hurry, you can tuck the bag under your arm using the detachable handle strap. Insertrolley capability lets you easily slide the bag on top of your luggage trolley or to add to the perfect partner the Kata insertrolley, which is sold separately.

An organizer pocket on the front of the bag will hold your small personal items like wallet, passport and pens while two larger pockets will hold a flashgun and other accessories. The sides of the bag feature one padded pocket for an extra camera body and an additional pocket for items you want close at hand.

The provided elements cover that is regularly included with bags from the award winning Kata range easily fits over the bag to protect your kit in rainy situations with the black side and in extreme sunny situations the silver side can be used to keep the bag cool.
  • The PR-420 fits 1-2 D/SLR bodies plus 2-3 lenses (up to 70-200mm) with flash and additional accessories.
  • The PR-440 fits 1-2 D/SLR bodies plus 3-4 lenses (up to 300mm) plus accessories with flash and additional accessories.
  • The PR-460 fits 2-3 D/SLR bodies plus 4-5 lenses (up to 300mm) plus accessories and a 15" laptop.
The new photo reporter bags are available now at the following RRPs:
  • PR-420 Photo Reporter bag £129.95
  • PR-440 Photo Reporter bag £149.95
  • PR-460 Photo Reporter bag £169.95

Readers requiring further information should visit Bogen Imaging.

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mark_delta 7 1.3k
12 Jun 2009 10:21PM
Reporters dont take pictures they just borrow pens and paper from photographers , press photographers do and on my camera I leave the flash on a side bracket with a quantum connected, so this bag is useless as a press bag as it claims.
make one that fits a 1dmkii with a 24-105 and a flash on a side bracket that holds a 70-200 to change in to is as well and has a pocket for the quantum turbo,and a spare battery or two then come back with a bag that's actually some use to a press photographer ...
I will only be too happy to help you design it !!!!!
because oh boy do we need it !
MattGrayson 7 622 3 England
19 Jun 2009 3:09PM
It is called a Photo Reporter bag and I talked to Bogen who said it was designed around Canon Pro gear. I've used the PR460 and it fits loads of stuff in. I think it could fit your kit in if you rejigged the dividers.
I'm not a press photographer but I've seen them on the news and stuff and I don't recall any side brackets being used these days, so I guess they've gone with the majority. Smile

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