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August 1, 2006

Tenba Xpress Camera Bags

Tenba has introduced Xpress™, its new collection of colorful, lightweight, camera / electronics bags.
The new series is launching with three pouches, three shoulder bags and a photo backpack, all offered in five color combinations. The company, long-known for its high-end professional bags, says that the Xpress designs, colors and pricing will appeal to a broader audience, including casual shooters and hobbyists.
The Xpress collection features pouches to fit all popular point-and-shoot digital cameras, as well as a range of other portable electronics such as iPods/mp3 players, PDAs, and portable video games. For the photo hobbyist, the various-sized shoulder bags will hold everything from bridge cameras up to digital SLRs, some with room for additional lenses. All Xpress shoulder bags have room for accessories, memory cards, instruction books and other small items. The compact, comfortable and versatile photo backpack can be configured to meet the needs of virtually any imaging enthusiast, with room for a full-sized DSLR and multiple small- to mid-size zoom lenses.
The new collection stands out with its colorful micro-ripstop trim panels and color-matched woven logos. The bags are crafted of durable, weather-resistant, 600 denier outer material in black with teal, red, grey or olive accents, or in gray bags with orange trim. Streamlined zippers with concealed coils and easy-grip, rubberized pulls, padded shoulder straps with heavy-duty, twistfree hardware, and protective rubber bottom feet (on shoulder bags) are among the other features included. All Xpress bags and pouches also include Tenba’s exclusive Clearview media card windows, for protective storage and easy identification of flash cards.
Tenba, founded nearly 30 years ago, has traditionally focused on elite/high-end professional camera bags and shipping cases. But according to Tenba product manager Peter Waisnor, “with the introduction of Xpress, the hobbyist or casual shooter can own a quality, ‘status’ brand with great features, at a consumer-oriented price point.”
Xpress products range in (manufacturer’s suggested) retail price from $13.50 to $90.00.
For more information, visit www.tenba.com

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