The BK-2NOR Backpack Camera Case with Wheels now combines the Shoot-Ready® rigid frame protection of our BK-2NR backpack with our smooth-rolling, off-road wheel system. The case is made of abrasion-resistant 1000-denier Cordura® material. It has a rigid, hollow-core (leightweight) plastic frame, and thick etha-foam padding. The case interior has a Veltex lining, which is extra-soft against sensitive equipment. The copper interior color makes it easier to view equipment and accessories inside the case.
The case can carry camcorders up to 18-inches in length along with accessories, a laptop, and tripod. The case has a padded pocket that will hold a 17-inch laptop computer, side tripod pocket with a cinch strap, camera cradle and additional accessory pockets. It includes a CS-B9 pouch, PB-SMP small pillow and a white balance card. The backpack has extra foam padding and non-slip material on the shoulder, removable waist straps, and padded side support straps.
The BK-2NOR has smooth-rolling, off-road wheels with ball-bearings and solid steel axles for added strength. The wheels are also removeable to help prevent damage during air-travel.
This case, like all of our other soft cases, is made in Vermont, USA.
1000 denier Cordura nylon Non-absorbent closed-cell foam padding Removable soft divider 7" x 11" Removable ridged divider 7" x 11" PB-BSMP small pillow to protect camcorder Zipper closure
Padded laptop pocket for 17" laptop computer Two side hook and loop pockets Side mesh pocket Three side slip pockets Front mesh pockets Front hook and loop pocket with interior slip pocket Four clear interior vinyl zipper pockets Side tripod pocket with cinch strap
Padded backpack straps Padded side support straps Padded removable waist belt adjusts to fit all heights and body types
Breathable mesh back and lumbar support Extra foam padded, non-slip straps Side support straps are padded and rest comfortably across the rib cage
- 1x DIV-7X11CORR Corrugated Divider 7-inches X 11-inches
- 1x CARA-BRNZ Carabiner with Flashlight
BUILT TO LAST, SINCE 1972
Portabrace cases have been built by hand in Vermont since 1972. And while professional audio and video technology continues to change at a relentlessly fast pace, one thing has remained the same for over 40 years: our commitment to quality. From the highest quality materials, to the hand-built wooden equipment models, to the reinforced sewing techniques designed to strengthen weight-bearing contact points, our production processes are designed to make our cases the toughest and most reliable products available.