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Useful items to simplify remotes
Pro lightweight rack case
KPRC-2, KPRC-4: KPRC-2 and KPRC-4 lightweight rack cases feature rigid plastic panels designed to absorb shock and protect equipment; a water-resistant luggage-grade nylon exterior; and 20mm padded laptop pocket that opens to the interior of the rack case so cables can be pre-wired for quick setup and easy transport. Rigid flaps open in the front and back. A front flap has additional 20mm foam padding to protect knobs and front panels. Rack rails are recessed 1" to allow additional room between front flap and equipment. Comfortable bolted soft rubber handles are on top and bottom for multiple transport options.
LED illuminated cable protector
Firefly: Combining a high-visibility safety-green lid with rows of animated red LED lights, the Firefly offers cable protection and tripping hazard prevention in low-light environments. With a 36" length, it fits in most commercial doorways. Anti-snag features such as tapered channel divers and beveled edges on the lid prevent bundled cables from snagging during loading and unloading as well as a flat hinge design that starts with the lid instead of the base to keep the lid from "pinching" the cables, and prevents the protector from collecting dirt.
Pop-up Tents: This selection of quality graphic tents provides many options for furthering branding efforts. Full coverage custom graphics are available for canopy tents of any size, so it is possible to create virtually any desired effect. If something more direct is preferred, logo tents provide an ideal showcasing of your company image. Highly customizable, there is no limit to the type of engaging presentation that can be made with our portable aluminum canopies and tents.
Promotional Design Group
Pop UP Tent with Logo: Promotional Design Group tents are manufactured in the U.S. and feature a 3-year warranty. They feature higher-grade fabrics for longer life and 2" anodized aluminum tubing on the frames that can resist high winds without bending easily. All tents are zinc plated to prevent rust and corrosion. All tent graphics are heat sealed to prevent water permeation and an aqueous protective coating is applied using a laminator to all digitally printed tent tops, sidewalls and short skirts for additional UV protection and and a more durable and protective barrier against scuffing.
Think Tank Photo
Multimedia Wired Up Collection: With the introductions of the Canon 5D Mark II and the Nikon D90, and with the line blurring between still and video/audio imaging, photographers and videographers are increasingly required to be experts in multimedia. A Multimedia DSLR is defined as a DSLR that has the ability to take still photos, video, and audio required to create a multimedia presentation. To aid them in carrying their imaging and audio gear comfortably and accessing it quickly, Think Tank Photo has launched an entirely new concept and industry first in carrying equipment, The Multimedia Wired Up Collection. The products include: Multimedia Wired Up 10 and 20, Wired Up Mic Drop In, Wired Up Recorder, Wired Up Big Audio, and Wired Up Wireless Mic Kit.
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