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Ari Marcopoulos Camera/iPad Bag Plus Free Photography Book

Incase partnered with renowned photographer Ari Marcopoulos to create a camera bag that meets his exacting standards. As a veteran photographer whose work takes him across the globe to a variety of locales and climates, a durable yet comfortable bag is a must. The result of this particular design challenge is a low-profile bag with optimal weather resistance, long-wearing comfort, excellent protection and functional features that allow Ari to access his equipment as quickly as possible, never missing a shot.
The Camera Bag also comes with Now Is Forever, a limited-edition book of unpublished Ari Marcopoulos photographs.


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Features


Heavy-duty canvas construction with water-repellent coating
Adjustable padded DSLR camera and lens compartments
Reversible ergonomic, padded across-the-body shoulder strap with one-handed adjustment slack pull and large side release buckle
Quick-access point-and-shoot camera pocket with faux-fur interior and protective flap with magnetic closure
Removable rain fly with custom Ari Marcopolous print
iPad slip pocket with faux-fur lining
Zippered access to padded interior storage compartment
Exterior cargo straps
Interior pocket for documents
Interior zippered pocket
Padded haul handle
Two interior side stash pockets
Custom Ari Marcopoulos branding elements
Comes with Now Is Forever, a limited-edition book of unpublished Ari Marcopolous photographs

Specs

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Compatibility
iPad
SLR, DSLR
Color
Gray
Dimensions
18.9" x 11" x 6.7"
48cm x 28cm x 17cm
Styles
Ari Marcopoulos, camera, camera bag, DSLR, gray, photo, sling pack

Price

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To purchase this bag for $199.99, click here
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