Shipping & Rack Cases That Transport Equipment Securely
When your work teams travel with valuable tools and equipment, heavy-duty bags with multiple compartments store essential items securely, keeping them in place and easy to find for when employees start work. Save time and money, and avoid injuries by making sure your work teams always have the right bags for carrying the tools of their trades. Choose large general-duty bags that sling over shoulders or carry-on bags with molded wheels and pull-handles for heavier loads. Photography crews need specialist camera bags with padded compartments that separate and protect costly cameras and fragile lenses.
Rugged Bags for Tough Jobs
Travel cases that carry contract workers' heavy-duty tools and equipment need to be especially sturdy and strong. Ergodyne's gear bags, constructed from durable, abrasion-resistant materials, help keep equipment and protective clothing stowed safely while on the move. Pockets that close securely with heavy-duty zippers help separate tools and personal items for easy location and access. Avert the risk of employees suffering shoulder strain by providing rugged carry-on style luggage bags with roller wheels and retractable pull handles for extra-heavy loads.
Protect Valuable Camera Gear
Camera crews typically travel with thousands of dollars worth of fragile equipment. Protect your company's investment with special protective cases to securely stow and transport the range of equipment they need for location shoots. Cases hold two or more DSLR or SLR camera bodies and various lenses in separate, padded compartments, along with batteries, memory cards and accessories. Many crews also need additional space to carry laptop computers to process photos on the go. Large rolling camera cases produced by companies such as Jill-e Designs hold all this equipment with ease. The cases' telescopic pull handles help reduce back and shoulder strain, preserving the teams' energy for those important photoshoots.
Camera Insert Bags Are Neat and Discreet
Traveling through hazardous, high-crime neighborhoods with expensive photographic equipment can make camera crews feel vulnerable. Camera insert bags designed to fit inside regular backpacks are ideal for disguising valuable contents. These insert bags have moveable padded dividers and accessory pockets that allow photographers to customize the interiors to suit their equipment. When photographers are also transporting personal items for overnight stays, a camera insert bag that fits inside their favorite carry-on baggage or travel bags helps them to travel light and reduces the number of bags to manage on public transport.
Smaller Camera Bags to Grab and Go
If you send out a photographer on a simple shoot or to cover a story, smaller camera bags are ideal for carrying a single camera and maybe a couple of lenses. Simple shoulder bags typically feature carry handles for easy grab and go, while slightly larger swing bags can also hold tripods. Alternatively, Ape's top-loading holster bags fit onto waist belts, keeping cameras safe and easily accessible in crowded situations. Basic sleeve-style cases keep compact point-and-shoot cameras safe from sharp items when team members stow them in jacket pockets or purses.