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Dennis Hissink : April 20th 2005 - 07:00 CET

M-Rock ships Biscayne Bay and Denali bags


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M-RockM-Rock ships Biscayne Bay and Denali bags : M-Rock, the ultimate camera and accessory bag manufacturer, announced that it is shipping the Biscayne Bay and Denali bags made especially for detail-oriented photographers. New to the M-Rock camera bag line-up for 2005, the Biscayne Bay is the perfect little camera bag shaped to fit mini digital point n' shoot digital cameras. Priced at only $16, the Biscayne Bay beats the competition with loads of user-friendly features packed into a small mini-cam package. Also perfect for carrying essentials while jogging or playing sports, this bag doubles as a modular accessory pouch that can be attached to either side of M-Rock's medium and larger camera bags.
M-Rock ships Biscayne Bay and Denali bagsBiscayne bay bag - Has it all
This bag has it all: rugged good looks with an assortment of color combinations; an ultra soft non-abrasive interior; two useful pockets for carrying batteries, memory cards and other small accessories; triple protection from the rain with a rain-flap, zipper and front buckle and a weather jacket that covers the bag for complete protection; and thick closed cell foam that helps protect your camera from impact. The Biscayne Bay is available immediately priced at $16.

Denali bag - Perfect for holding larger cameras
Also new to the M-Rock line-up is the Denali bag for digital cameras with large zoom lenses. The Denali is perfect for holding larger than point n' shoot/smaller than SLR digital cameras. For fast accessibility, the Denali holds the camera with the grip facing upwards at an easy-to-grab position. The Denali is the most feature packed bag in its size range, with two shoulder straps to carry it as a shoulder bag, backpack or chest pack; a weather jacket for protection against extreme conditions; an ultra soft, non-abrasive interior; lots of pockets and sleeves for your digital accessories; bungee straps for carrying a light jacket or small tri-pod below the bag; and thick closed cell foam and plastic panel inserts for excellent protection. M-Rock's smaller bags can also be attached to the left and right sides of the Denali for added carrying capacity. Priced at $40.00, the Denali can also be converted into a comfortable fanny pack with M-Rock's Modular Belt. The Denali bag is available immediately priced at $40.





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