M-ROCK GSM 673
The Great Smoky Mountain (GSM) includes a well padded shoulder strap but can be quickly converted into a smooth roller bag if one purchases M-ROCK’s separate and modular Trolley 698. The GSM has a notebook pocket on the back for up to a 15.5 inch laptop computer and is sized just right to carry a regular or Pro SLR body with multiple lenses or be used as part camera, camcorder and gadget bag. The bags dimensions are H 10 x W 16 x D 5 with plenty of give in the mid area if needed. It includes three main dividers to create four separate sections and four smaller dividers which can divide those four sections horizontally for top and below use, or vertically for side by side use. There is also a padded U lens cradle included that can be attached to the bottom of the bag or mounted on top of a horizontally positioned divider so a SLR camera with a short lens attached can be loaded horizontally with grip facing up.
A large all covering lid and rainflap includes a mesh pocket with a lens cloth and the bag can be opened quickly with via one quick release buckle. The useful front pocket has many inner sleeve pockets for all items imaginable, a key hook, a weather jacket that can also be used as a lens changing sack to protect your camera guts from the elements, and a wire port for headphone wires. Should you ever run out of space M-ROCK has four sizes of lens bags, of which any two can be attached to the left and right sides of the GSM.
The bag is built with water resistant 600D nylon, dens closed cell foam reinforced with thin plastic for excellent impact absorption, and has a non abrasive interior with soft felt lining. The bag comes with a life time warranty against manufacturer defects in workmanship or materials, a MSRP of $110.00 and is available in four attractive color combinations that appeal to all ages and males and females. The Modular Trolley 698 is priced at $44.00. Full product details are available at www.m-rock.com.
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