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Kata KT CC-192 DV/HDV Case

4.5 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

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  • TST protection and shock absorbency
  • Large main compartment with full length internal side compartment for accessories
  • Optional set-up customization by using included dividers or Kata's Modi-Vers system
  • Large external pocket for personal effects or more equipment
  • Quick one pull double zipper top opening + quick closure buckle

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Product Description

This Kata case is designed to hold your small digital camcorder. Compact in size and well padded this case will keep your equipment well protected. The adjustable dividers assure you a great fit

Product Information

Product Dimensions 20.9 x 8.7 x 8.7 inches
Item Weight 3.7 pounds
Shipping Weight 4.1 pounds
ASIN B0018Z71MQ
Item model number KT CC-192
National Stock Number 6760-01-564-3433
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4.5 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #766 in Camera & Photo > Camera & Photo Accessories > Bags & Cases > Camcorder Cases
Date first available at Amazon.com May 5, 2008

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By Stephen Rustad on February 6, 2012
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I ordered the Kata KTCC-192 to hold a Canon XL-2. With a little fiddling, I got the camera, the 20x lens and a 3x lens in the bag. It's a tight fit, but the compact size of the bag - given what it's holding - is a definite plus. The bag is very sturdy, well-padded and the buckles / fittings are robust. I bought it's little brother to hold a Canon GL-2 some years ago and that bag his held up remarkably well. Kata has my vote - twice.
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There's more room here than I expected. I had plenty of room for my Panasonic HMC-40 (with handle, Panasonic XLR adapter, and shotgun mic attached), charger, headphones, filter kit, all the necessary cables that came with the camera, and an extra 20' XLR cable. One of my favorite things about the bag is the rubber "grips" on the strap that help keep it comfortably on your shoulder

I give it 4 out of 5 because I would have liked a little more padding on the bottom of the bag although I had enough room to add padding and still have plenty of room for everything. Also, a computer won't fit, so to keep from carrying two shoulder bags (extremely uncomfortable), I have upgraded to a backpack.

Overall, a great shoulder bag
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Bought this Kata bag for my Panasonic Pro AG-HMC150 and it works great. The bag is fairly small, but just big enough to fit the camera, media and audio equipment. Very durable and light weight. Love Kata bags.
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This is a fantastic grab bag to have a fully built C300 in it which you can just pull out and start shooting with. Its not secure enough for air travel but if it is with you all the time it's light and well suited for the job.
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